Legend of the Mantamaji: Book 1 - Graphic Novel

Legend of the Mantamaji: Book 1 - Graphic Novel

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As seen on MSNBC.com, Forbes, NBC, MTV, Black Enterprise, Ebony and The Source.com Legend of the Mantamaji is an all aged, three-book graphic novel series whose sweeping tale of magic and mystery, heroes and villains, has a fresh look, a modern setting—and an ancient beat.

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Elijah Alexander is a hotshot Assistant District Attorney in New York City who is about to learn something shocking: he is not fully human.

He’s the last of the Mantamaji, a long-lost race of warriors who once protected humanity from evil. He's the last person you'd want to save the world and he is our only hope when an evil sorcerer is resurrected and begins posing as a popular religious leader.

Can Elijah come to terms with his destiny in time to defeat an evil no Mantamaji has ever been able to defeat before?

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 Product Details:

  • Series: Legend of Mantamaji (Book 1)
  • Paperback: 216 pages
  • Publisher: And... Action! Entertainment; 1 edition (October 8, 2014)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1930315341
  • ISBN-13: 978-1930315341 

Review

Fans who bemoan the Big Two for a lack of vision or effort to create bold new characters and franchises should learn that innovation can often be found elsewhere.
Legend of the Mantamaji volume one is a must read for those who crave all of the spectacle and action of superhero comics yet want a comic which offers creative new ideas and a progressive storyline with real weight behind it.
 --Alex Widen, Examiner.com

The pacing in this comic is excellent. There are no dull moments and the foreshadowing of future allies and villains are perfectly placed throughout, with appropriate twists to keep you reading. This is one of the first comic books I've ever read that had enough brown people in it to look like it could actually have happened in NYC.
--Black Nerd Problems, L.E. H. Light