Finnian and the Seven Mountains Volume I: Issues 1-4

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Seeking to avenge the death of his parents at the hands of Viking marauders, a young man named Finnian leaves his monastic school in Ireland to find a legendary sword rumored to have the extraordinary power to defeat evil.

Join writer Philip Kosloski, and artists Michael LaVoy, Jay David Ramos (GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY, EXTRAORDINARY X-MEN) and Jim Fern (AMAZING SPIDER-MAN, X-MEN ANNUAL, and CROSSING MIDNIGHT) on an epic journey that begins on the mysterious island of Skellig Michael, where the sword was last seen.

Will Finnian find the mythical sword and lead the way to victory? Or will the Vikings continue to destroy innocent villagers?

Find out what happens in this epic adventure series!

*Note: This is a single volume paperback edition containing issues 1-4 of the Finnian Series.

Product Specifications

Rating: 10+ (contains some mild comic violence) 

Pages: 92 pages

Format: Single Volume Paperback

Customer Reviews

Based on 15 reviews
Daniel Zapata

dialog a little clunky. art is top notch. story pacing is highly variant.

Crystal Gil
I love the story!

In my son's own words: I love the story! I wish there were more!

Damien Essex
Beautiful story with lovely art.

I look forward to reading it again!

Holly Denman
A hit with my four year old grandson

I ordered 1-4 in anticipation of a visit from my four year old grandson who is unchurched. I had him at the first page! Over the next few days we read and reread the story of Finnian and the questions he had got more and more intense and more and more Catholic. I prayed for the Holy Spirit to give me the words. When I asked him what he wanted to do our last day he said " I want to read Finnian, then I want to BE Finnian!" Sooooo we made a treasure map, we learned about Vikings, made our back yard into the Seven Mountains..and I played several roles including Abba. In the end, he asked me to teach him to pray and I gave him a miraculous medal and his own copy of Finnian 1-4. P.S. we also read Phantom Phoenix #1 which ended in this comment "Grammy, when do we get more of that story.? The person who wrote it I think knows more than they are telling us!" Thank you, thank you, thank you!!

Paul Durando
Love the series, have one tiny suggestion/pet peeve

I love the series and it’s originality, it’s characters and it’s fun use of traditional legends and lore. However, there is an annoying trend in your books that I think could be easily fixed. It feels like every other word is in bold type, which is supposed to enhance or reinforce what the character is saying but just ends up tripping my mind and making the dialogue seem forced. It’s been the case in the Phantom Phoenix books as well, and I think that your excellent writing could feel a lot more organic if it didn’t feel like the characters were stressing every other word. Anyway, thank you for your hard work and I look forward to future issues of both series.