Land of the Living Gods #1
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Land of the Living Gods #1

Writer: Isaac Mogajane Artist: Santtos Publisher: Aftershock Comics Release Date: February 9, 2022 Cover Price: $4.99 Critic Reviews: 3 User Reviews: 1
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It is said that when the world dies, the spirits of the first people will return to witness the last days of humanity. Well, the spirits have arrived, and the end is here. But not everyone has given up hope.
Naledi, a teenage girl living in the deserted city once called Johannesburg, has always believed that there is a land, hidden away in time where the gods still live. And where there are gods, there are miracles. Perhaps even miracles that are big enough to save our dying planet. And so, after a lifetime of isolation, Naledi will head out into the unknown with little to hold onto but her faith - and her magical pet plant, Buyo.
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  • 10
    Comics Bookcase - Anna Bailey Feb 9, 2022

    Land of the Living Gods #1 is the exact post-apocalyptic read I didnt know that Ive needed since I Am Legend. Read Full Review

  • 8.9
    Multiversity Comics - Matthew Blair Feb 11, 2022

    Its a solid start to the heros journey with a lovable character, fantastic world building, and breathtaking artwork. Read Full Review

  • 8.4
    The Fandom Post - Chris Beveridge Feb 2, 2022

    While I can do some basic guessing at the course of this series simply because I've read so many stories over the years, it's the execution and trappings that will draw readers in. The team here is certainly distinctive and this is exactly the kind of stuff that kept me reading comics in the 80s with the independent books that were out there when I was tiring of superheroes as a kid. And are the kinds of books that stuck with me years later. The script works well even if there are times some of the interchangeable language was a bit frustrating to the flow, while the artwork has a whole lot of appeal. I'm definitely intrigued to see where all of this is going to go and where both writer and artist are going to shine more. Read Full Review

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