Forgotten Stories ePUB Þ Paperback

Forgotten Stories ePUB Þ Paperback

Forgotten Stories [Download] ➾ Forgotten Stories Author Greg Anderson-Elysée – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk Accidentally breaking a barrier between our world and theirs called THE MOTHER KINGDOM Is'nana the son of Anansi accepts the responsibility for releasing creatures of horror into our world villains wh Accidentally breaking a barrier between our world and theirs called THE MOTHER KINGDOM Is'nana the son of Anansi accepts the responsibility for releasing creatures of horror into our world villains who want nothing but to cause chaos and mayhem to achieve their own diabolical or selfish goals With guidance from his father Is'nana not only strives to live up to his father's name but to also reach his own potential while he seeks to discover his individuality and place in the world.


10 thoughts on “Forgotten Stories

  1. Lissette Lissette says:

    This was a nice book about the son of the African spider god Is'nana has accidentally released some baddies from another realm and must now hunt them down in the human world before they cause too much chaos It is reminiscent of Marvel's Spiderman and to a lesser degree DC's StaticIs'nana is a likable sympathetic character and I like that his father accompanies him on his uest to right his wrongs The fact that Anansi holds back until Is'nana is overwhelmed in a fight is a nice touch showing how a father is letting his son learn to fight his own battlesI liked the artwork in the first half but the second half was drawn in a looser style that made it a bit hard for me to follow Other than that a great graphic novel I look forward to reading the next in the series


  2. Michael Michael says:

    PDF There's some real promise here The prologue suffers from a lack of focus part of that due to a failure of clarity in the artwork but the main story has some good stuff working for it There's a nice balance between horror elements superhero adventurism this particular aspect could be pulled back a little bit I felt your mileage will vary and world building mythology


  3. Josh Josh says:

    Based on African mythology here is the touching story of the spider god Anansi and his son Is'nana as they fight to protect our world from the leopard god and other horrors that were unleashed when they crossed over from the Mother Kingdom to Earth


  4. Rj Perry Rj Perry says:

    Fresh Original Nicely paced graphic novel with interesting characters Superbly written and drawn Not merely a Horror comic this book delivers on many levels Highly recommended


  5. Ada Ada says:

    I don't care how but I NEED THIS IN MY LIFESeriously don't forget to buy this Even though you have to pay through the nose for itIT'S BASED ON ANASI STORIES THE ONLY SPIDER YOU LIKED


  6. Jim Jim says:

    Been interested in reading this since I learned about it it in Black Comix Returns So when I saw the Kickstarter for volume 2 I jumped at the chance to get it And it did not disappoint The writing was great I loved the stories and the art is so fitting Check it out if you can


  7. Tey Tey says:

    I love the concept and Is'nana as a character It's dope Looking forward to the next ones


  8. Nancy Nancy says:

    Really enjoyed the story I think it is interesting and love that it is based on Anansi


  9. John John says:

    Here is an interesting superhuman spider Rich in folklore and a pinch of horror


  10. Thistle & Verse Thistle & Verse says:

    I really liked that Anansi and his folklore was the base for this comic I'd read some of the stories of Anansi as a kid and so it was nice to see this reimagining Readers didn't need to come in with a knowledge of Anansi to understand the story The panels of Osebo possessing his victims are well drawn and unsettling I was a little thrown off by the change in art styles between the cover and the story I'd describe the style as impressionistic but I still enjoyed it


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10 thoughts on “Forgotten Stories

  1. Lissette Lissette says:

    This was a nice book about the son of the African spider god Is'nana has accidentally released some baddies from another realm and must now hunt them down in the human world before they cause too much chaos It is reminiscent of Marvel's Spiderman and to a lesser degree DC's StaticIs'nana is a likable sympathetic character and I like that his father accompanies him on his uest to right his wrongs The fact that Anansi holds back until Is'nana is overwhelmed in a fight is a nice touch showing how a father is letting his son learn to fight his own battlesI liked the artwork in the first half but the second half was drawn in a looser style that made it a bit hard for me to follow Other than that a great graphic novel I look forward to reading the next in the series

  2. Michael Michael says:

    PDF There's some real promise here The prologue suffers from a lack of focus part of that due to a failure of clarity in the artwork but the main story has some good stuff working for it There's a nice balance between horror elements superhero adventurism this particular aspect could be pulled back a little bit I felt your mileage will vary and world building mythology

  3. Josh Josh says:

    Based on African mythology here is the touching story of the spider god Anansi and his son Is'nana as they fight to protect our world from the leopard god and other horrors that were unleashed when they crossed over from the Mother Kingdom to Earth

  4. Rj Perry Rj Perry says:

    Fresh Original Nicely paced graphic novel with interesting characters Superbly written and drawn Not merely a Horror comic this book delivers on many levels Highly recommended

  5. Ada Ada says:

    I don't care how but I NEED THIS IN MY LIFESeriously don't forget to buy this Even though you have to pay through the nose for itIT'S BASED ON ANASI STORIES THE ONLY SPIDER YOU LIKED

  6. Jim Jim says:

    Been interested in reading this since I learned about it it in Black Comix Returns So when I saw the Kickstarter for volume 2 I jumped at the chance to get it And it did not disappoint The writing was great I loved the stories and the art is so fitting Check it out if you can

  7. Tey Tey says:

    I love the concept and Is'nana as a character It's dope Looking forward to the next ones

  8. Nancy Nancy says:

    Really enjoyed the story I think it is interesting and love that it is based on Anansi

  9. John John says:

    Here is an interesting superhuman spider Rich in folklore and a pinch of horror

  10. Thistle & Verse Thistle & Verse says:

    I really liked that Anansi and his folklore was the base for this comic I'd read some of the stories of Anansi as a kid and so it was nice to see this reimagining Readers didn't need to come in with a knowledge of Anansi to understand the story The panels of Osebo possessing his victims are well drawn and unsettling I was a little thrown off by the change in art styles between the cover and the story I'd describe the style as impressionistic but I still enjoyed it

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