Masque of the Red Death

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Go! Media Entertainment LLC, Jun 1, 2008 - Comics & Graphic Novels - 176 pages
3 Reviews
In a decadent, perfect future, Anton Prosper uses his vast fortune and scientific genius to seek the ultimate power of life over death. But when the beautiful prodigy Steffan Kabala enters Prosper's life, he unlocks a tempestuous passion that may send the entire planet hurtling into a bloody maelstrom of destruction.

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Review: Wendy Pini's Masque Of The Red Death Volume 1

User Review  - Derek Royal - Goodreads

Perhaps one of the most ambitious Poe comics adaptations out there, at least in one doesn't intend to remain "true" to the original. Read full review

Review: Wendy Pini's Masque Of The Red Death Volume 1

User Review  - Jami - Goodreads

It probably goes without saying that I'm a huge ElfQuest fan, so that's the reason I picked this one up. I love Pini's style, I love Edgar Allen Poe, and there was even I time when I indulged in a bit ... Read full review

About the author (2008)

Author and illustrator Wendy Pini was born in San Francisco in 1951. In 1969, Richard Pini read a letter written by Wendy Fletcher that had been published in The Silver Surfer comic book. They struck up a correspondence and married in 1972. She has created covers and illustrations for numerous publications including Galaxy Science Fiction, Galileo, Marvel Comics, and DC Comics. In 1978, they created Warp Graphics and the Elfquest series of comics, graphic novels, and prose works. Elfquest was one of the first independently published American comic series. In 1992, they started allowing other artists and writers to produce Elfquest stories. She also created two graphic novels based on the television show Beauty and the Beast.

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