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 and Jim Fern (AMAZING SPIDER-MAN, X-MEN ANNUAL, and CROSSING MIDNIGHT) on an epic adventure 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 first chapter!
"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." -- Matt Forbeck, The Marvel Encyclopedia, New York Times-bestselling author
"FINNIAN AND THE SEVEN MOUNTAINS by Philip Kosloski and Michael Lavoy bring us a taste of Irish lore. And we want more." -- ComicsVerse
"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!" -- Brandon Hale, bestselling author of Prince Martin Wins His Sword.
Rated - ALL AGES
Physical: Printed in a saddle-stitch paperback comic book.
Digital: Delivered in a PDF file.
Scratched & Dented: These items have a scratched or dented COVER. The interior contents are guaranteed to be readable and is untouched.
My 9 yr old loved them. He can’t wait for the fourth!
My son loved them! He devoured them all at once and was able to tell us the story of Finnian after—so a win/win!
I bought the comics as a present. I love the artwork and the story. It's good to know something of the true history of the places and times shown on film.
GREAT STORY AND GRAPHICS
So cool to get these comic books based on history... looking forward to next set of Finnian books!
I’m still reading Skellig Michael! Loving old church history...