The Nameless City: The Stone Heart #2

Writer: Faith Erin Hicks Artist: Faith Erin Hicks Publisher: First Second Release Date: April 5, 2017 Cover Price: $21.99 Critic Reviews: 4
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Book two in the groundbreaking Nameless City trilogy from graphic novel superstar Faith Erin Hicks Kaidu and Rat have only just recovered from the assassination attempt on the General of All Blades when more chaos breaks loose in the Nameless City: deep conflicts within the Dao nation are making it impossible to find a political solution for the disputed territory of the City itself.

To complicate things further, Kaidu is fairly certain he's stumbled on a formula for the lost weapon of the mysterious founders of the City. . . . But sharing it with the Dao military would be a complete betrayal of his friendship with Rat. Can Kai f more

  • 9.3
    Graphic Policy - pharoahmiles Dec 9, 2017

    Overall, a great installment to this trilogy which just made the previous book feel like a kid cartoon. The story by Faith Erin Hicks is suspenseful, emotional and action packed. The art by Hicks is gorgeous. Altogether, a great sequel to Nameless City, proving that Hicks is master of visual storytelling. Read Full Review

  • 9.0
    Multiversity Comics - Mark Tweedale Apr 5, 2017

    "The Stone Heart" is a sequel that upstages its predecessor"a truly rewarding reading experience, one I'm already eager to indulge in again. Read Full Review

  • 7.0
    Nerdophiles - Sam Wildman Apr 29, 2017

    So, if you have read The Nameless City then you need to read The Stone Heart. And if you haven't read either of them, you need to read them! This is one of my favorite graphic novel series and I'm sure it will remain one of my favorites for many years to come. Read Full Review

  • 6.0
    Comic Bastards - Dustin Cabeal Feb 15, 2017

    I'll be back for the final chapter, but it's clear to me at this point that I'm just here to be lightly entertained. This isn't going to go down as a classic for me, nor is it going to change comics in the way that Avatar did. It's wearing its influences on its sleeve, and that's okay, but that keeps it from being great. Read Full Review

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