The Moorcock Library: Elric Stormbringer

The Moorcock Library: Elric Stormbringer

by P. Craig Russell

Hardcover

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Overview

Hailed as a modern masterpiece on its first release and considered to be Russell's finest work. This volume collects the critically acclaimed, Eisner Award winning, 7-issue mini-series, adapted and drawn by the artist and writer, P. Craig Russell, who worked directly with Michael Moorcock on the script.

Stormbringer marks the climatic chapter of the epic Elric saga, bringing to a conclusion the story of Elric of Melniboné, wielder of the Runeblade Stormbringer, and his legendary quest for vengeance. The stage is set for one final battle between the forces of Chaos and Law, and one final, truly apocalyptic fight to the death between Elric and his mortal enemy Jagreen Lern for control of the Cosmic Balance.

Legendary artist P. Craig Russell adapts Michael Moorcock's greatest Elric novel of them all, combining the best elements of horror, sword, sorcery and fantasy into one truly remarkable and unforgettable story.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781787737259
Publisher: Titan
Publication date: 07/20/2021
Pages: 208
Sales rank: 219,335
Product dimensions: 6.50(w) x 1.50(h) x 9.50(d)

About the Author

P. Russell Craig born October 30, 1951 in Wellsville, Ohio, USA. Educated at the University of Cincinnati. Began his career in 1972 for Marvel Comics working on War of the Worlds, Dr. Strange, Killraven, Elric - The Dreaming City and for Marvel's Epic Illustrated. Also drew Batman and Sandman for DC Comics. He has adapted several Elric titles from the works of Michael Moorcock for Eclipse and Graphitti Desings. He has also created comic book adaptations of several operas including: Parsifal, Salome, Ariane and Bluebeard, The Ring of Nibelung, and The Magic Flute for Dark Horse Comics. He has also drawn Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Star Wars.

Winner of the Inkpot Award, the Locus Award for Best Non-Fiction. He won the Shazam Award for Best New Talent in 1974 and went on to win the Harvey Award for Best Graphic Album for Fairy Tales of Oscar Wilde, Volume 1, for which he also won the Parents' Choice Award in 1994 & 1995. He also won an Eisner Award for Best Limited Series in 2001 for The Ring of Nibelung.

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