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FREE Part I of "Allwënn: Soul & Sword"

"I was there when Allwënn decided to baptise his sword with her name.
When he refused himself a heart that he truly owned.
When he wanted to die and we did not let him.
I was there...
Somehow, I think I am still there..."

This is the legend of the indomitable Allwënn, son of elves and dwarves. A man who sometime wanted to die, a man who sometime loved a woman, a man who sometime was not a man, but a beast. This unique graphic novel is one of those rarities than only authors themselves can develop. An intense tale of strong, evocative prose with stunning color illustrations.

Full edition includes an extra Art book at the end, with sketches and step by step digital paintings.

"Allwënn will enter our lives and the blade of his sword will scratch our entrails."
Luis Royo & Rómulo Royo (Artists)

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January 1st, 2014
Allwënn: Soul & Sword Staff: Jesús B. Vilches and Javier Charro Overview: It's gothy and emo but it has amazing art and prose. Review: Alright next on my post-hangover 2014 review binge is Allwënn: Soul & Sword. I [...]
June 28th, 2013
The art is excellent, very well designed. However, there are few illustrations, which recur more than once. The story could have been better designed and the interaction between art and the plot could be better developed. Lack action and lack narrative [...]
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September 28, 2013
This title was added to our catalog on April 22, 2013.