Matt Forbeck, author of The Marvel Encyclopedia, New York Times-bestselling author
“Let Kosloski and Lavoy take you back to the real history of the island of Irish monks we saw in Star Wars: The Last Jedi and then watch them layer an epic yarn on top of it.”
"As a home schooling mom, I am always looking for ways bring history alive and present. I also seek out resources that are genuinely interesting, accurate, and express positive values. FINNIAN AND THE SEVEN MOUNTAINS not only hits the mark on all of the above – but it is something that my husband and I truly enjoyed ourselves!"
Lisa M. Hendey, author of I Am God's Storyteller
"Two issues into Finnian and the Seven Mountains, I'm hooked! Congratulations to the talented team at Voyage Comics for creating a compelling new series that's filled with adventure, virtue, and intrigue. I can't wait to follow this story!"
Brandon Hale, bestselling author of Prince Martin Wins His Sword.
"Featuring mystery, high-stakes adventure, and breathtaking art, this first installment of Finnian and the Seven Mountains is sure to enchant readers, young and old alike. I can't wait to see where this saga takes us!"
What ‘Batman: The Last Knight on Earth’ teaches us about the dark side of suffering
Batman has a long history and writers have portrayed him in a variety of ways. Detective. Superhero. Leader. Antagonist.
Bruce Wayne usually has a complex background no matter the story. Scott Snyder’s comic book series, Batman: The Last Knight on Earth, features a futuristic DC landscape with Bruce Wayne waking up in Arkham Asylum. The staff try to convince Bruce he created the Batman persona as a means to cope with the death of his parents.