Michael Moorcock's Elric Vol. 2: Stormbringer by Julien BlondelMichael Moorcock's Elric Vol. 2: Stormbringer by Julien Blondel

Michael Moorcock's Elric Vol. 2: Stormbringer

byJulien BlondelIllustratorDidier Poli, Robin Recht

Hardcover | March 31, 2015

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When his people are mercilessly massacred, Elric, the albino former Emperor of the ancient island of Melniboné is cast out into the world. However, fate brings him into the possession of Stormbringer - the fabled, bloodthirsty demon-sword that will sustain him and dominate his destiny. 

Elric Vol. 2: Stormbringer is the second instalment of the stunning graphic novel adaptations of Michael Moorcock's most famous work, Elric of Melniboné.
Comic book writer, game author and journalist Julien Blondel worked as a radio host for 14 years before becoming a DJ. In 1994, he abandoned the electronica scene for a career in writing. Since then he's written numerous successful screenplays, comics and short stories.Didier Poli has worked for various animation studios including Disn...
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Title:Michael Moorcock's Elric Vol. 2: StormbringerFormat:HardcoverDimensions:64 pages, 11.1 × 8.3 × 0.43 inPublished:March 31, 2015Publisher:TitanLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:178276125X

ISBN - 13:9781782761259

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"The best graphic adaptation of the story" - Michael Moorcock“Captures the epic grandeur of Michael Moorcock’s vision like nothing before!” - Ron Marz (Silver Surfer, Green Lantern)“Craig Russell’s work on Michael Moorcock’s character, Elric, has been illuminated by a haunted, decadent quality.” - Walter Simonson”Every page is beautifully drawn” - Starburst Magazine“I loved it. Recommended.” - SciFi World“tremendously dark and deeply engaging!” - Comics Review“Elric has never looked, sounded and been better!” - Comics Trash"From the colours and shadows to characters’ movement and panel flow, the visual story that unfolds is the truly astounding one." - Infinite Comix"This adaptation in some ways surpasses the original work" - Fandom Post"Dark and angry yet beautiful and tragic, mixing light and shadow to tell the story" -  Clandestine Critic"Beautifully Illustrated, It’s A Terrific Addition To The Comic Book Incarnation Of Elric." - Scoop"If Titan Comics takes this series to the limit–adapting countless stories of Elric - I’d rather sit down with a stack of their books to read over and over than watching the Extended Versions of Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit." - Sci Fi Monkeys