WitchCraft

July 20, 2016 - Comment

The three fates, dark witch-goddesses of ancient Greece, seek revenge after their followers are savagely raped and slaughtered by barbarians. Across the generations, the witches’ priestess is reborn with one purpose–to slay the reincarnation of the barbarian’s chief, with subtle aide from the witches themselves. Ranging from ancient times to modern London, this haunting tale

The three fates, dark witch-goddesses of ancient Greece, seek revenge after their followers are savagely raped and slaughtered by barbarians. Across the generations, the witches’ priestess is reborn with one purpose–to slay the reincarnation of the barbarian’s chief, with subtle aide from the witches themselves. Ranging from ancient times to modern London, this haunting tale weaves a dark spell in the tradition of Vertigo’s Sandman. Graphic novel format. Available in September.

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Tom Knapp says:

Bad witch! Bad Ursula was a priestess to the triple goddess in the early days of Roman Britain. When she and her pagan sisters are raped and murdered by a band of massive and brutish Picts (by all reports a race of small people), Ursula cries for vengeance against her killer in a future life.The triple goddess Hecate, here portrayed along the lines of Neil Gaiman’s take on the Fates, complies — but she/they take their time in doing so. Because of some vague “rules” (which are poorly explained…

Anonymous says:

i picked this arch at a local convention i frequent every once in a while. what first attracted me to it was the artwork. The images are very well done and really match the tone of the book. many comics have a great cover and the inside pages look like crap, this on the other hand is as beautiful on the inside as well as the outside. The second thing that attracted me was the fact that it was an off-beat comic from the 90’s, where there was a lot of different experimentation on what is and what…

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