Evil is everywhere as Finnian continues his quest to find the remaining pieces of an ancient sword that could turn the tide in the battle against darkness. Opposition to his journey intensifies as his path converges with a powerful Viking king who is equally interested in the sword for his own vile purposes.
Mysterious creatures also threaten the lives of Finnian and his crew as they discover the power that lay hidden within the sword they possess.
What will happen next?
Will Finnian escape the clutches of the Viking king? Or will the sword fall into evil hands?
Find out in Issue #3!!!
Rated - Ages 9+ (contains some mild comic violence)
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.
A joy well done!! Can't wait for issue #4.
Finnian and the Seven Mountains #3
Want to support this unique ministry. My 2 girls are super pumped about the series.
Good quality overall. Good art, good pacing. The whole family loves it.
The Cover, interior design, and the Illustration style is excellent. Fantastic figures, detailed expressions, and realism in landscapes. Though it is a high-quality print it seemed costly for a 20 page comic. The 2-page history of Mont St. Michel was a real plus. The text and illustrations of a dark dungeon, fiery torches, and cruel faces is directed toward teenagers and is sadly not appropriate for pre-teens and under. My 4-year-old grandson was very interested in the pictures but after a page or two the dialogue held no interest for him and by page 6 with the ax held to a man’s throat, we closed it saying the men in this book are awfully mean and I judged the story as too dark. I was disappointed because I thought the Christian claim to the story would make it viewable for younger kids. The basic story idea is great. I wish the story portion for the cost was longer. Reading the middle only, left me wondering why they are trying to put the archangel Michael’s sword together. I liked the bird character. A map would have helped us place the story and would have been great if the road already traveled was marked. Love the user friendly format of your website and logo.