Long out of print - this is the second volume of Wood's masterpiece! Bill Gaines, the publisher of "Mad and Tales from the Crypt," called Wallace Wood "the greatest science fiction artist that ever lived." Here, at last, is the second book in Wood's masterpiece, "The Wizard King Trilogy," a remarkable tribute to Tolkien's "Lord of the Rings" with its own distinctive magic. The story: a strange shadow falls over the elfish village of the Immi - a shadow with eyes. Odkin, a young Immi, investigates - and is drawn into a perilous plan to save the world from Anark, the blackest villain of all space and time. This intriguing story, long out of print, offers an exciting look at the dawn of the graphic novel. Wallace Wood's "Weird Science" comic books were named by "Entertainment Weekly" as one of the top 100 science-fiction influences in history. Ranked at number thirty-five on the list, Wood's work topped the movies "Brazil," "Soylent Green," "Mad Max," "Slaughterhouse Five," and "Forbidden Planet." Wood died in 1981. The features include: must-have for fans of graphic novels, "Lord of the Rings," fantasy, and manga fans; by the creator of "Weird Science," "Mars Attacks," "Fireball XL-5," and other influential art.
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