Item description for Thorgal - Child of the Stars (Thorgal) by Grzegorz Rosinski, Van Hamme & Luke Spear...
Overview In "Child of the Stars," a baby is found in an alien spacecraft and raised by a primitive Scandinavian tribe and named Thorgal ; and in "Aaricia," Thorgal saves a young girl from the clutches of elves.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 0.25" Width: 7.25" Height: 10.25" Weight: 0.5 lbs.
Release Date Aug 15, 2007
Publisher Cinebook, LTD
ISBN 1905460236 ISBN13 9781905460236
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More About Grzegorz Rosinski, Van Hamme & Luke Spear
Grzegorz Rosinski's brilliant career began in his native Poland. There, he earned a degree from the Academy of Art in Warsaw, and worked as an illustrator and graphic designer. Following a move to Belgium, Rosinski met Jean Van Hamme and the two joined forces to create one of the most popular comic series in Europe: Thorgal. In 1979, Rosinski won the Michaelmas Prize of "Best Realistic Drawing" for this series. At present, Rosinski is producing a new series with J. Dufaux entitled La Complainte des Landes Perdues, a story set in Medieval Ireland. He currently resides in Switzerland.
Reviews - What do customers think about Thorgal - Child of the Stars (Thorgal)?
Great Stories,but..... Apr 24, 2008
as much as I'm happy that this series is now in english, Why is the publisher printing this series out of order? It makes no sense. There are subplots that run through out the series and now is discombobulated because of it. This volume is actually 7th in the series. Just because it's the origin doesn't mean you have to start there.
The book itself is amazing, it ties sci-fi and fanasty together without cheesiness. It's well illustrated and the story is fast pace without skimping on characterization.