Starchild: Crossroads


      Starchild: Crossroads
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  • Starchild: Crossroads
  • James A. Owen
  • 20 March 2017

10 thoughts on “ Starchild: Crossroads

  1. says:

    I d refrain starting from a 2nd issue before reading the first, but I m gong to continue, since these were too tantalizing not to check out, not being certain if I ll discover the first issue for some time.It intros with the TwoPenny Inn being a place 1 could trade with real and imagined tales for drinks and rooms, at 1 point, the yarns being few and far between, the inn also being made with myths and folklore, memories and poems, it housed on the I d refrain starting from a 2nd issue before reading the first, but I m gong to continue, since these were too tantalizing not to check out, not being certain if I ll discover the first issue for some time.It intros with the TwoPenny Inn being a place 1 could trade with real and imagined tales for drinks and rooms, at 1 point, the yarns being few and far between, the inn also being made with myths and folklore, memories and poems, it housed on the Crossroads The Innkeeper s Tale shows Martin Ke...

  2. says:

    I d had this sitting around about a month, and finally just put down what I was reading because it kept calling to me This is a gorgeously illustrated comic, which will come as no surprise to anyone who has seen Owens artwork elsewhere The stories are quirky and fun and play with elements of literature, folklore, and myth which I always enjoy I love it when someone takes up these tales we think we know, makes them their own, and then ...

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