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Sithrah: Kingdom of the Air Hardcover – June 1, 2015
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"A curiously mature and seasoned sensibility. Discover why Jason Brubaker's unique characters will show he's definitely arrived in the field of comics." -- Sam Kieth, The Maxx
About the Author
Jason Brubaker began his career in graphic novels in 2011 with the Xeric Award winning reMIND which also got on the Great Graphic Novels for Teens list 2012. He works at Dreamworks Animation in Visual Development on many movies including Kung Fu Panda, Kung Fu Panda 2.
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DESIGN: The artwork is absolutely gorgeous. Brubaker, used to work at Dreamworks Animation Studios, so it's no surprise that this book is crafted so beautifully. The book is a very durable hardback book with very stylistic cloth binding on the spine. The paper stock is VERY good, and every page is a work of art in itself.
PLOT: The product description is an apt description. It's well written and wonderfully paced, making for a very smooth read. It's a short book, but this is just volume one! It's hard to judge a story based solely on the first volume, but I can truthfully say that this volume sets up the plot with a good, solid foundation that will leave you excited for more. It will be great to see how the story progresses in the later volumes.
The best part is if you're still unsure whether you want to get this book, read some of it for yourself over at :http://sithrah.com/page/001/ The entire series is in the process of being uploaded for FREE on the sithrah.com website! Give it a try and see how you like it!
Sithrah is one of the stories that shows all that is good with comics - a combination of typography and illustration. Where no sound is made, the words demonstrate noise. Where there is no movement, pictures demonstrate motion. Where everything is frozen in place, in-between panels and across the page, time and space progress. In short, it’s great for seasoned readers but may be a little obscure for newcomers to graphic novels.
This particular graphic novel is different from Brubaker’s previous graphic novel ‘ReMind’. It has a more story-like novel reading and picture book viewing, meshed in together with a graphic novel experience. Which surprisingly, didn’t break-up the flow of the story but rather got me caught up in it in a way I hadn’t experience before.
My advice. Take your time reading this graphic novel. Get lost in its pages. By the time you get to the end you’ll be asking excitingly, ‘What happens next?’