The Path to Destiny

The Path to Destiny Kia Asamiya is an internationally recognized modern master of sequential art and Dark Angel is the finest work yet to spring from the mind and pen of this Renaissance man of the comics Dark Angel is

  • Title: The Path to Destiny
  • Author: Kia Asamiya
  • ISBN: 9781562199302
  • Page: 494
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Kia Asamiya is an internationally recognized modern master of sequential art, and Dark Angel is the finest work yet to spring from the mind and pen of this Renaissance man of the comics Dark Angel is fantasy action at its best, a moving and breathtaking story of the dangerous journey to enlightenment of a young swordsman Guided by his spirit helper, Kye, and by his own sKia Asamiya is an internationally recognized modern master of sequential art, and Dark Angel is the finest work yet to spring from the mind and pen of this Renaissance man of the comics Dark Angel is fantasy action at its best, a moving and breathtaking story of the dangerous journey to enlightenment of a young swordsman Guided by his spirit helper, Kye, and by his own search for mastery of the arts of war, magic, and moral action Dark meets mang powerful opponents and spiritual guides who will test him and help him achieve his desting as a Phantom Saint Kia Asamiya is the creator of Martian Successor Nadestice Silent Moebius, and Steam Detectives, and the artist of Star Wars Episode One The Phantom Menace.

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    1. So-so fantasy story - the world is divided into 5 kindoms. Each of the four compas points has a guardian knight to protect it - whilst the central territory is shared between all 4. Our hero dark kills his master in a duel then accidentally wanders into the kingdom of the south rather than straight into neutral territory because he got lost. Has to face off against the guardian Leen and her generals. Generic in every sense, the characters are perfectly suited but nothing we haven't seen before. [...]

    2. Mediocre fantasy story with uninteresting artwork. Might get better in later volumes but I won't bother trying, despite this series being available at a heavy discount price at Righstuf.

    3. [Series Length: 5 volumes / Read: volumes 1-3](Would you like me to post a short review of this series? Feel free to place a request in my GoodReads InBox. Thanks!)

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