About the Author: James A. Owen

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  • Starchild
  • James A. Owen
  • 14 September 2018

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  1. Shanna 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 Crossroads The Innkeeper s Tale shows Martin Keeper weary with the dragging day, what with committing suicide not being easy He attempts 1st drowning himself at the pond, but walks away with bad sniffles, he tries poison and gets the shits, he even cuts his neck, but spends some time cleaning up his rug of the blood By the end, he d lain in a road and a cart finally runs him over after almost waiting an hour, he instead offering the man whom hit him a drink They walk to his inn close by, the man being the first to stop, since Martin d broken his wheel with his bod, the man offering to listen to his woes, and Martin beginning with his trouble starting when he d made the soul deal with Satan This surprises the man a bit, but they re then interrupted by TwoPenny Jack, Martin looking fearful, but offering a drink, TPJ sharing a story per the house rules.His story follows a good man, but had high hopes, and not much good fortune, he hoping aloud of his hopes, and the devil listening for having a spot open for a soul, the good man getting his inn and desirable location with full wine stock, the man untouched for a decade before his debt was to be collected, until this evening, Martin s face impassive throughout listening, the devil, 2PJ concluding with the time coming at midnight, the man whom ran Martin over, speaking about wishing to see the contract, 2PJ ID ing him as Oberon of the Fay, he able to determine a way around the deal being to return 2PJ s coin and answer an unanswerable riddle and vice versa 2PJ clarifies Oberon d take Martin s spot if he doesn t succeed, Oberon agreeing and Martin attempting to dissuade him, but Oberon insisting, since Martin s life was worth the little effort this d take him.Oberon s riddle contains mention of Starchild, and his q concerned the origin of Ezekiel Higgins and why he d gone to Fool s Hollow 2PJ is stumped, it now his turn to ask 2PJ has a doozy, as well, it regarding how the war of heaven and hell d have gone if the Fay hadn t bowed out, Oberon unfortunately not having the answer so Martin is taken and his only request is for Oberon to remember him When 2PJ returns, he asks whether Oberon wanted another go, jokingly, he stating Oberon had free reign to add to the inn, but couldn t exit, and whilst he couldn t take his soul, his physical body had been forfeit to him, 2PJ revealing the answer to his riddle, shocking and leaving Oberon looking weary.A GOOD 1 Wishing I had them complete, but I shall suffice on the 2 left I do have I believe these stories to be fairly insular, but even if I m wrong, this is how it be To the next

  2. Scott Lee 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 sets them walking again, resounding with the new story and harmonically echoing the stories of the past Fun, fun, fun, fun, fun I need to find Starchild.