King's Road: The Long Way Home

King s Road The Long Way Home A civil war in another dimension impacts a seemingly normal American family Deadly mystical creatures raid the suburbs to assassinate Don s family who s revealed be royalty from another realm Don is

  • Title: King's Road: The Long Way Home
  • Author: Peter Hogan Staz Johnson Phil Winslade Douglas Sirois
  • ISBN: 9781616559618
  • Page: 106
  • Format: Paperback
  • A civil war in another dimension impacts a seemingly normal American family Deadly, mystical creatures raid the suburbs to assassinate Don s family, who s revealed be royalty from another realm Don is part of a royal, other dimensional clan and needs to quell a violent uprising and regain the family throne This collection includes all the Dark Horse Presents chapters drA civil war in another dimension impacts a seemingly normal American family Deadly, mystical creatures raid the suburbs to assassinate Don s family, who s revealed be royalty from another realm Don is part of a royal, other dimensional clan and needs to quell a violent uprising and regain the family throne This collection includes all the Dark Horse Presents chapters drawn by Phil Winslade Goddess, Howard the Duck and the continuing adventures of this strange family, as drawn by Staz Johnson Judge Dredd, Robin and colored by Douglas Sirois 7th Sword, Wizards of the Coast.

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    1. Peter Hogan is a thoroughly under-appreciated writer; it's a minor scandal that his Dreaming contributions have never been properly collected, and his other current Dark Horse series, Resident Alien, is a clever little slice of small-town weirdness which deserves the sales and attention it would be getting were it published by Image instead. But for all that, even Hogan can't convince me we need another portal fantasy story about a mystical realm where Earth's lost mingle with creatures of myth, [...]

    2. More reviews (and no fluff) on the blog surrealtalvi.wordpress/Since the premise of a fantasy world invading our contemporary world is so common, an author really needs an angle in order to be fresh and original. I don't think the that was achieved in King's Road. The story, characters, plot, and even the art were drearily banal. Nothing stood out to pique interest or create a reason to keep reading. Bog standard British "King Arthur" mentality and ridiculously over-Americanized illustrations an [...]

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