Rex Mundi, Vol. 4: Crown and Sword

Rex Mundi, Vol. 4: Crown and Sword Arvid Nelson Juan Ferreyra
  • Title: Rex Mundi, Vol. 4: Crown and Sword
  • Author: Arvid Nelson Juan Ferreyra
  • ISBN: 9781593078249
  • Page: 261
  • Format: Paperback
  • Rex Mundi, Vol. 4: Crown and Sword Arvid Nelson Juan Ferreyra Rex Mundi Vol Crown and Sword Paris Europe is still in the grip of feudal warlords the Catholic Church has all the power of a secret police force and sorcerers stalk the streets at night Welcome to the world of Rex Mundi M
    Paris, 1933 Europe is still in the grip of feudal warlords, the Catholic Church has all the power of a secret police force, and sorcerers stalk the streets at night Welcome to the world of Rex Mundi Master Physician Julien Sauniere stumbles onto a thousand year old brotherhood dedicated to protecting the secret of the Holy Grail a secret that threatens to drown the woParis, 1933 Europe is still in the grip of feudal warlords, the Catholic Church has all the power of a secret police force, and sorcerers stalk the streets at night Welcome to the world of Rex Mundi Master Physician Julien Sauniere stumbles onto a thousand year old brotherhood dedicated to protecting the secret of the Holy Grail a secret that threatens to drown the world in blood Sauniere digs deeper and deeper into the mystery of the Holy Grail and finally he uncovers the connection to the Duke of Lorraine The Duke, meanwhile, is forced to make a bid for power when the king orders his arrest If he can t succeed, he will surely hang
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    About Arvid Nelson Juan Ferreyra


    1. Arvid Nelson is an American comic book writer, best known for the Rex Mundi series.


    432 Comments


    1. I like this series the I read of it In fact, I m fairly breathless with anticipation about what will happen next now that I ve finished volume four Ferrayra s art still bugs me The story, however, ramps up several notches and things get out of hand With Dr Sauniere is on the run with both the Inquisition and Lorraine s people in hot pursuit It really does seem like everyone in this book is a sorcerer all of the sudden The storytelling still strikes me as stunted but it s such an excellent story [...]

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    2. I don t understand why comic series need to change artists for every run or sometimes even every issue I liked the first collection immensely for the art was well drawn, dark, and inventive The change of artists changes the features of the characters, the look of the series locations, and the general feel So, you can tell that I didn t like the art as much in this one, right Which is too bad because the story accelerates after two mostly expository volumes and the stakes are raised.

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    3. Very intriguing alternative history has been an element from the beginning of this series The new alternative parallels to the events of the 1930s are really clever and make for a great backdrop In the end, this series will probably be an overall 4 stars, even though the individual books were only 3 stars More to come.

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    4. Europe is at war The Duke of Lorraine is running France Dr Sauniere heads to the south of France for clues The Doctor finds himself with a new ally, the Duke s daughter The story seems to me positioning itself for a conclusion This volume has Juan Ferreyra s artwork only, his style while not detracting from the story certainly does not enhance it either.

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    5. This is the first graphic novel series I ve read It is very well researched and great twists I agree with others that didn t care for the change in illustrator from the earlier volumes This book has a comic book feel, and I agree that the illustrations don t fit the dark tone of the story Having said that, I found it difficult to put the book down.

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    6. The action really picks up in this volume, and Juan Ferreyra s art has improved as the volume progresses.

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    7. Things is getting CRAZY No matter how alternate the history in Europe, some things will always be the same

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