The stakes of the mind-bending story spun in Black are raised to a new level in Red. In one world, Thomas Hunter must lead a small, highly trained force of 30,000 against an unstoppable army of a million warriors. In the other he will face an evil beyond the scope of imagination.
Thomas wakes up to discover not a day has passed on earth. He and his sister are still trying to stop the outbreak of the Raison Strain. Thomas bounces between worlds again trying to be a ...more
This is something that Thomas Hunter doesn't intend to find out anytime soon. Thomas is a busy man, what with saving the "histories" from a fatal airborne virus that will wipe out most of Earth's population in basically 3 weeks. And, leading Elyon's men in a war against the betrayal forged by the Horde in the "fantasy" world, which is Earth in an alternate dimission.
The man never gets a free moment ...more
The Circle Trilogy is an amazing story. I'm sure it's even better as a book, but the graphic novels are great as well and offer amazing art. I don't think I have seen any other writer do ...more
I feel like this volume of the comic lost a lot more in translation from the novel than the first in the series. Having no idea of the novel's contents, I was really quite lost. There was so much jumping quickly from one realm to the next with seemingly large gaps of time being missed while Hunter slept. This cause ...more
Anyway, still really enjoying this ser ...more