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Golden Plates (2005) comic books

  • Issue #1
    Golden Plates (2005) 1

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    by Michael Allred & Laura Allred With The Golden Plates, Mike Allred begins his most ambitious project to date: adapting the entire Book of Mormon in a series of graphic novels! The Book of Mormon is a record of people who left Jerusalem in 600 BC through their destruction in Central America in 400 AD. Prophets passed down the record of the intrigue, wars, and visions on thin metal plates. Did these amazing things really happen? The first volume is an extra big 64-page installment that follows the Prophet Lehi from Jerusalem, the establishment of the plates, and spectacular visions of the future including the great vision of Nephi. In addition to illustrating the events, Allred is including various archeological and anecdotal evidence at the end of each volume! SC, 64pg, FC $7.99 Cover price $7.99.

  • Issue #2
    Golden Plates (2005) 2

    by Michael Allred & Laura Allred. Mike Allred is presenting a visual adaptation of all the events in the entire Book of Mormon in a series of 12 graphic novels. Volume Two begins with a round ball of curious workmanship (the Liahona) which leads The Prophet Lehi and his people through the wilderness to an isolated lush landscape (Southern Arabia). Nephi is filled with the Power of God and builds a ship that takes them to the Promised Land (Central America) approximately 591 years BC. When they reach the new world, growing contention causes the people of Lehi to split into two dominat tribes, The Nephites, and The Lamanites. And the plates are passed on for the first time. In addition to illustrating the events, Allred is including various archeological and anecdotal evidence at the end of each volume which will blow your mind! 7x10, 64pgs, FC (2 of 12) SRP: $7.99 Cover price $7.99.

  • Issue #3
    Golden Plates (2005) 3

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    Adaptation & art by Michael Allred; Colors by Laura Allred VOLUME THREE: THE DEATH OF NEPHI & THE LAST OF THE JAREDITES? Mike Allred's visual adaptation of The Book of Mormon shifts into high gear in volume three as over four hundred years transpire in the Promised Land after the death of Nephi. Powerful events and prophesies are contained that are said to be inspiring the best illustrations of Allred's career, as well as the stunning color work of the award-winning Laura Allred. In Volume Three The Isaiah barrier is lept; the learned man and unlearned man is revealed; Zenos and the allegory of the tame and wild olive tree is laid out; the great city of Zarahemla is discovered along with the last survivor of the ancients known as The Jaredites, and The Prophet Mormon speaks and explains the abridgement, what was, what is, and what will be. In addition to illustrating the events in The Book of Mormon, Mike Allred is including various archeological and anecdotal evidence at the end of each volume that is sure to be thought-provoking. 64pgs, FC (3 of 12)SRP: $7.99 daptation & art by Michael Allred; Colors by Laura Allred VOLUME THREE: THE DEATH OF NEPHI & THE LAST OF THE JAREDITES-Mike Allred's visual adaptation of The Book of Mormon shifts into high gear in volume three as over four hundred years transpire in the Promised Land after the death of Nephi. Powerful events and prophesies are contained that are said to be inspiring the best illustrations of Allred's career, as well as the stunning color work of the award-winning Laura Allred. In Volume Three The Isaiah barrier is lept; the learned man and unlearned man is revealed; Zenos and the allegory of the tame and wild olive tree is laid out; the great city of Zarahemla is discovered along with the last survivor of the ancients known as The Jaredites, and The Prophet Mormon speaks and explains the abridgement, what was, what is, and what will be. In addition to illustrating the events in The Book of Mormon, Mike Allred is including various archeological and anecdotal evidence at the end of each volume that is sure to be thought-provoking. Cover price $7.99.