Elric: The Balance Lost #2

Elric: The Balance Lost #2

Writer: Chris Roberson Artist: Francesco Biagini Publisher: Boom! Studios Release Date: August 3, 2011 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 2
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Signs continue to appear throughout the Multiverse that the Cosmic Balance is in peril, and the Eternal Champion is caught in the cross-hairs! Across worlds, Elric, Hawkmoon and Corum begin to face the force that threatens to overpower them all, while Eric Beck, a modern-day video game designer, must acknowledge that his reoccurring dreams of a Pale Prince aren’t all in his head... Join New York Times bestseller Chris Roberson (SUPERMAN, iZOMBIE, STAN LEE'S STARBORN) as he teams up with legendary fantasy author Michael Moorcock to bring Elric back to comic books in an original ongoing series! See why Neil Gaiman called Moorcock “my model for what a writer was” while Warren Ellis said he is one of the “eight core sites in my creative genome.”

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    Comics Bulletin - Danny Djeljosevic Aug 2, 2011

    Comics need to be more fucking bonkers than they are. Movies are kicking our ass despite being at least 10,000% more poorly written and 50,000% less imaginative. These filmmakers, they're capable of doing pretty decent superhero movies and these days. They can adapt Lord of the Rings now, y'now. We gotta step our shit up or we'll get eaten alive. Read Full Review

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    Comics Bulletin - Ray Tate Aug 6, 2011

    Elric: The Balance Lost #2 (Ray's review)Posted: Saturday, August 6, 2011By: Ray Tate Chris RobersonFrancesco Biagini, Stephen Downer (c), Travis Lanham (l)BOOM! Studios Back in the '80s I devoured sword and sorcery books. It was my Tolkien period. I read the Ring books. I read the Gor books, and I also discovered Michael Moorcock. I had already read the John Carter and Carson of Venus novels. So I was prepared for mixing science fiction, magic and swordplay. Read Full Review

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