“Hold, No’madd! Down below lies the beast that killed your father! But consider: Life is full of despair. Can despair be a gift? One with many layers that may take years to unfold? Now go. Face your father’s killer. But think — what action would a true champion take?”
“I know this is hard. But I must follow Tyon’s call. Whispers foretold this day would come. I vow…to find these intruders. Whoever they are. Defeat them. And return home. ”
GraphicsPolicy reviews No’madd: “Overall, an epic odyssey almost as grand as Homer. The story by Andrew Kafoury is smart, action-packed and well developed. The art by the creative team is gorgeous. Altogether, a story that shows how powerful the journey can be, even when one is looking for the destination.” Story: 10 Art: 9.7 Overall: 9.8 Recommendation: Buy Link to … Continue reading
No’madd is taken into Whispers Cave and shown images of a race who lived thousands of years before he was born: “The Ah’kee. Tyon’s children. Their kingdoms stretched along The Waves. A noble race. As gentle as they were wise. Undone by dark sorcery.”
Lettering is the most important, and delicate part, of any comic book presentation. It is also one of the easiest ways for an editor to reject your book. (“Learn how to letter. Learn how to draw hands. Learn how to not suck.” Etc.) No’madd is so lucky to have the legendary Tom Orzechowski as the letterer. Not just because he … Continue reading
I really like this page, it shows two children from different tribes who have been through a lot of hard stuff and they are going to put down their differences to work things out.
Huge thanks to Graphic Policy for giving No’madd: The City of Empty Towers #1 (of 3) 9.5 out of 10 and recommend people buy. “A great introduction to a new hero. One whose devotion, much Ned Stark in Game Of Thrones, may be his cardinal sin. The story by Andrew Kafoury is dense, well-characterized, and intelligent. The art by the … Continue reading
Whispers, known as The Hermit of The Stones, is a Ka’ii seer. But since the future is not yet written he can only “whisper” into the ear of fate. On the wall of his cave he has painted images of No’madd’s journey to The City of Empty Towers. No’madd’s son, Taron, is shown these images and learns that his long … Continue reading