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Published on May 22nd, 2018 | by Dana Folkard

AGE OF BRONZE RETURNS WITH FULL-COLOUR EDITIONS!

Eric Shanower (The Wonderful Wizard of OzLittle Nemo: Return to Slumberland) will release all-new full-colour editions of his acclaimed historical fiction series beginning this September with AGE OF BRONZE, VOL. 1: A THOUSAND SHIPS.

Helen runs off with Paris. Agamemnon declares war on Troy. Achilles hides among girls. Odysseus goes mad. And that’s only the beginning.

This is the Trojan War like you’ve never seen it before, featuring vibrant colors by Harvey Award-nominated Black Cherry Bombshells creator John Dallaire that lift the politics and passion of Eric Shanower’s work to new heights.

“I’m really happy to present AGE OF BRONZE in colour at last,” said Shanower. “Color gives an exciting new dimension to the story. John Dallaire has been great to work with, and I hope readers will really love the new look.”

AGE OF BRONZE, VOL. 1 (ISBN: 978-1-5343-0829-9, Diamond code: JUN180059) hits comic book stores Wednesday, September 12th and bookstores Tuesday, September 18th. It can be preordered via AmazonBarnes & NobleBooks-A-MillionIndiebound, and Indigo.

Select praise for AGE OF BRONZE:“[Shanower’s] dialogue is formal but not florid, and the narrative flow is clear and simple. But the story also has many amazing scenes for an artist—and Shanower makes the most of them, with a fine-lined style in black and white drawings evoking woodcuts and classical paintings.” —Publishers Weekly 

“Gripping to read and beautiful to look at, a feast of images fit for the gods.” —Salon

“Expertly rendered… This comic oozes historical accuracy from every pore.” —Wired

“A worthwhile addition to anyone’s collection. I would heartily recommend this series to anyone interested in the Trojan War, Greek mythology in general, or the Mycenaean Bronze Age.” —Ancient World Magazine

“Shanower draws on intensive archaeological research and his own uncanny psychological insight to depict an ancient world that is wholly, tragically human.” —New York Times Book Review

“Shanower’s sureness of the tiniest details feeds AGE OF BRONZE’s barreling momentum.” —The Washington Post

“As erudite as it is entertaining, Shanower’s Herculean task is executed with the grace of the gods.” —Entertainment Weekly


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An absolute nerd with a passion for all things sci-fi! Lover of comics, coffee and Geralt of Rivia. Mother of Dragons!



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