Damsels #5

Damsels Transported magically to the northern Enchanted Forest Rapa and Heinrich find themselves under the protection of an axe wielding woods woman Out on the desolate Myvathen Mire our little mermaid seize

  • Title: Damsels #5
  • Author: Leah Moore
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 193
  • Format: ebook
  • Transported magically to the northern Enchanted Forest, Rapa and Heinrich find themselves under the protection of an axe wielding woods woman Out on the desolate Myvathen Mire our little mermaid seizes the chance to confess all to her beloved prince King Oberon welcomes new recruits to his faerie army as the secret of what lies at the heart of the Enchanted forest, and wTransported magically to the northern Enchanted Forest, Rapa and Heinrich find themselves under the protection of an axe wielding woods woman Out on the desolate Myvathen Mire our little mermaid seizes the chance to confess all to her beloved prince King Oberon welcomes new recruits to his faerie army as the secret of what lies at the heart of the Enchanted forest, and what is at stake in the war to come, is revealed.

    • Damsels #5 by Leah Moore
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      Posted by:Leah Moore
      Published :2019-08-08T21:08:48+00:00

    About " Leah Moore "

  • Leah Moore

    LEAH MOORE is an author, columnist, and digital comics evangelist, born in Northampton, England in 1978.Leah s comic writing career began in 2002 with stories for America s Best Comics Most recently her solo comics scripting has appeared as part of Dynamite Entertainment s Gail Simone masterminded crossover series Swords of Sorrow 2015, with Francesco Manna In 2006 Leah wrote the story and copy to accompany The Royal Mail s 40th anniversary Christmas Stamps She has written columns and articles for The Big Issue, Lifetime TV online, and Comic Heroes Magazine.Since 2013 Leah has been the Project Manager of the innovative, free to use, digital comics publishing and reading platform Electricomics She was also the contributing editor of Electricomics flagship release, co writing the sci fi story Sway, with art by Nicola Scott.

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