Sun Eater #1
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Sun Eater #1

Writer: Dylan Sprouse Artist: Diego Yapur Publisher: Heavy Metal Release Date: August 26, 2020 Cover Price: $4.99 Critic Reviews: 1
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Ninth century Norway is a land of bloody and civil strife, fanatical religious upheaval, and exploration. At its center is the warrior Kveldulf Bjalfisson, a drug addict and father willing to become a monster in order to save his son from his sworn enemy - King Harald Fairhair. This historic tale of war, peril, and atonement launches a new series of books for Heavy Metal, with a stunning cover by veteran artist Brian Stelfreeze.

  • 9.2
    Graphic Policy - Alex K Cossa Sep 2, 2020

    I won't lie; I picked Sun Eater #1 up because I was morbidly curious what a story created by Dylan Sprouse would be like, and I'm more than happy to say that it left me impressed. As the first issue in a longer miniseries (it was originally billed as nine, but I think it may have increased to twelve now), the creative team has delivered exactly what you want in the opening chapter of a story. Sun Eater #1, published by Heavy Metal, is a fantastic read. Whether you're just into capes and cowls, or you like to dabble in fantasy, this is a comic you really need to check out. Read Full Review

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