Heaven's War

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Image Comics, 2004 - Comics & Graphic Novels - 120 pages
1938: As the world moves toward global war, a secret angelic battle is waged in the heavenly realms to determine mankind's fate. The infamous Aleister Crowley plans to manipulate those angelic struggles and thus shape the world according to his will. Only "The Inklings" - fantasy authors J.R.R. Tolkien, C.S. Lewis, and Charles Williams - oppose him. They must decipher a landscape of sacred geometry to intercept Crowley at the threshold of heaven. And, for one of the Inklings, the pursuit will reach outside time itself.

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User Review  - vpfluke - LibraryThing

This is a graphic novel which takes the third most published Inklings author into a more esoteric realm than the other two, C.S. Lewis and J.R.R. Tolkien wrote about. But the latter two figure ... Read full review

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If you know anything about the Inklings or Charles Williams you'll be immediately engaged otherwise it might take someone a bit to catch on to this cleverly researched, cerebral encounter with the occult. Read full review

Contents

Section 1
33
Section 2
38
Section 3
39

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MICHAEL HARRIS began writing "The Atomic Times "in 1955 when he was an army draftee stationed on Eniwetok and finished fifty years later. In between, he married novelist Ruth Harris (in 1970) and spent years as a public relations executive at CBS Television, eleven of them on the staff of "The Ed Sullivan Show." In addition to welcoming the Beatles at the airport on their first trip to the United States, he is the author of "Always on Sunday," the bestselling (and unauthorized) biography of Ed Sullivan.

James Pruett began his career as one of the co-founders of the critically-acclaimed anthology series, Negative Burn in 1993. It was through this association with Caliber Comics that James became the Managing Editor for Caliber in September 1994. While at Caliber, he created The Apparition and Black Mist and wrote several series and edited hundreds of titles. After Caliber, James continued to do freelance writing, particularly for Kaos Moon published by the European Comic Company, Tusk Entertainment, where he served as Managing Editor, in addition to writing for such titles as X-Men Unlimited for Marvel. James continues to write when his new profession in the corporate world gives him a breather. Desperado Publishing released two of his graphic novels- Abandoned with painted art by Michael Gaydos, and Black Mist featuring art by Mike Perkins. James currently is working on several treatments and screenplays for various studios and is hard at work on his next graphic novels, Strait Jacket and Synergy. Writing credits include: X-Men Unlimited; Negative Burn; Black Mist; The Apparition; Kaos Moon; Raven Chronicles; Caliber Core; Abandoned; Burning Circle; Kilroy; Book of Angels; Inferno; among others.

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