Sinbad - Rogue of Mars

Greg Thompson Ryan Burton Jeffrey "CHAMBA" Cruz

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Sinbad - Rogue of Mars

Sinbad Rogue of Mars He s sailed the seven seas and explored unknown lands fought countless monsters and battled evil wizards but Sinbad s newest adventure may be the greatest and most dangerous he s ever had Eight ye

  • Title: Sinbad - Rogue of Mars
  • Author: Greg Thompson Ryan Burton Jeffrey "CHAMBA" Cruz
  • ISBN: 9781616239442
  • Page: 340
  • Format: Paperback
  • He s sailed the seven seas and explored unknown lands, fought countless monsters and battled evil wizards, but Sinbad s newest adventure may be the greatest, and most dangerous, he s ever had Eight years have passed since the assassination of the benevolent Zhar Dadgar and the curious disappearance of his heir Akhdar, Dadgar s villainous nephew, has usurped the DozhakianHe s sailed the seven seas and explored unknown lands, fought countless monsters and battled evil wizards, but Sinbad s newest adventure may be the greatest, and most dangerous, he s ever had Eight years have passed since the assassination of the benevolent Zhar Dadgar and the curious disappearance of his heir Akhdar, Dadgar s villainous nephew, has usurped the Dozhakian throne and enslaved the Azurian people, igniting a civil war within the once peaceful kingdom A prophecy foretells the coming of a stranger from a distant land who will vanquish the false king and restore the rightful ruler to the throne Could Sinbad be that stranger, or is he merely a pawn in Akhdar s treacherous game.

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    1. Andy on said:

      I love the old Ray Harryhausen Sinbad films, and I like the books of John Carter, and to me, Sinbad: Rogue Of Mars is the perfect combination.Soon to be a motion picture, says the blurb on the back, as Morningside Entertainment has bought the movie rights, and the graphic novel does come across as very cinematic, well at least part of it. I'm not really a fan of changing artists in the middle of a graphic novel / story arc, but half way through chapter four it starts off with a different artist, [...]

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