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The Complete Soulwind [Paperback]

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Beginning with a young boy being transported across the universe to retrieve the legendary sword Soulwind, and ending with an old woman unraveling the true account of creation, this tale spans time and space on its journey to the heart of story itself. Ancient myth, classic fairy tales, modern pulp, and futuristic adventure - they're all part of the larger tapestry of Soulwind.

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Pages   520
Est. Packaging Dimensions:   Length: 8.02" Width: 5.54" Height: 1.58"
Weight:   1.26 lbs.
Binding  Softcover
Release Date   Dec 10, 2003
Publisher   Oni Press
ISBN  1929998732  
ISBN13  9781929998739  

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More About Scott Morse

Register your artisan biography and upload your photo! Scott Morse is the award-winning author of more than ten graphic novels for children and adults, including SOULWIND; THE BAREFOOT SERPENT; and SOUTHPAW. He's currently an animator at Pixar and has also worked for Cartoon Network, Disney, and Nickelodeon. Scott lives with his loving family in Northern California.

Scott Morse currently resides in Burbank, in the state of California.

Scott Morse has published or released items in the following series...
  1. Magic Pickle

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This makes me wish Mr. Morse was a more prolific comic book creator  Aug 24, 2008
I love these "complete" volumes that collect an entire comic book series (complete bone, "" grease monkey, etc...) and it's for that reason that I picked this one up. It's encouraging to think that you can pick up a complete anything in literature for about $25.

I loved everything about this book: the art, the multiple plotlines (and how they are resolved), and the storytelling. It's ridiculous to talk about the scope because it sounds like something a third grader would think of - child becomes a hero, spans time and space - only that this has been executed by an obvious master of the medium. I'd like to read more about this series but haven't been able to find much on that there internets.

The author does have a website:
Interesting, but not great  Jan 1, 2006
I wanted to like this book more than I actually did. The story shifts between very different stories, that all eventually get connected. The art style changes as the story shifts. I felt lost in the beginning, but it does all tie together. It's got a lot of interesting elements: a cool, legendary sword; Celtic myth; Arthurian legend; a young boy questioning his life at a Japanese monastery; aliens and robots.

In the end though, I wasn't a huge fan of the art (although I loved Poke) and the story didn't grab me.
Strange,... But Great.  Aug 27, 2005
Soulwind is a book that should be read with an open mind and patience. Have an open mind about different story telling techniques and have patience and know that even though you don't quite understand what the heck is going on in the book now, you will later on. Mr. Morse tells a very rich story and, I believe is best enjoyed in one volume, due to the many threads that one is asked to follow.
I also really loved the art in this book and how it changed for the different story threads. It really seemed to fit in this book and shows of Mr. Morse artistic skills.
I have given this book to several of my friends who like comics (mostly mainstream) and have asked them what they thought. Pretty much the same response each time, "It is strange... but great!" That is Soulwind in a nutshell.
Deserves much wider exposure  Feb 26, 2004
I'd place this on the same level as Neil Gaiman's work with Dave McKean, both in terms of story and art. However, unlike McKean's patchwork surrealism, Morse relies on a minimal, flowing style, often using blank space and page layout to their own ends. It might be disconcerting to some that the artistic style shifts according to each story's perspective, but it's all part of a greater whole.

The groundwork is laid in the first chapter, which is told through the eyes of a boy in a Japanese monastery as he finds an odd sword in the river. Things then shift to the view of a young boy in 1947 who is transported by aliens to a planet inhabited by talking marsupials (who expect him to be their savior). In the middle, it shifts to present day, in which an elderly woman is reminiscing about her missing son.

Lost yet? Don't worry. Though the book jumps through time and vision, that's the point. This is a story about the beginnings of things and how everything's tied together. It manages to cover a complete rebuttal of the King Arthur mythos *and* the story of creation, all without becoming the least bit ponderous or self-important.

I'd place this among Gaiman's "Mr. Punch" and the "Watchmen" in terms of something that completely realigned my view of what the comics medium can do.


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