Eric Shanower's "Age of Bronze" to receive full-color re-release from Image Comics

Eric Shanower's "Age of Bronze" to receive full-color re-release from Image Comics

Are you a fan of The Iliad?  Did you cut your teeth on The Odyssey?  If so, Image Comics may have just the book for you: Eric Shanower's Eisner-nominated Age of Bronze.  The historical fiction series, which began publication back in 1998, will be re-released with full-color editions beginning this fall.  The first volume, A Thousand Ships, details the early days of the Trojan War, and Shanower's black and white pencils will now have colors from John Dallaire.

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EISNER WINNER ERIC SHANOWER’S AGE OF BRONZE RETURNS WITH FULL-COLOR EDITIONS
Volume 1—A THOUSAND SHIPS—hits stores this September

PORTLAND, OR, 05/21/2018 — Eric Shanower (The Wonderful Wizard of Oz, Little Nemo: Return to Slumberland) will release all-new full-color editions of his acclaimed historical fiction series beginning this September with AGE OF BRONZE, VOL. 1: A THOUSAND SHIPS.

Helen runs off with Paris. Agamemnon declares war on Troy. Achilles hides among girls. Odysseus goes mad. And that’s only the beginning.

This is the Trojan War like you’ve never seen it before, featuring vibrant colors by Harvey Award-nominated Black Cherry Bombshells creator John Dallaire that lift the politics and passion of Eric Shanower’s work to new heights.

“I'm really happy to present AGE OF BRONZE in color at last,” said Shanower. “Color gives an exciting new dimension to the story. John Dallaire has been great to work with, and I hope readers will really love the new look.”

 

Age of Bronze, Vol. 1: A Thousand Ships will be available on September 12.

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