Aria Summers Spell (2002) comic books 2002-2004
(W) Brian Holguin (A) Marc Pajarillo and Lan Medina FC 2-ISSUE STORY. 6-1/2 inches x 7 inches rather than conventional comic book size. In Stores the week of March 27th. The Concept: A tale of magic, mystery and a love that spans the ages. London, the summer of 1966. The air is electrified with music, the streets are bursting with color, and everywhere you look, Youth is king. Into this strange and brave new world, a wayward knight comes looking for his long lost love: Lady Kildare of the Faerie. Blissfully reunited, the expatriate Fairy Princess helps the time-lost Sir Thomas adapt to the mad whirl of life in the 20th century, a life of motorcars, rock clubs and pop art "happenings." It has been said that love conquers all, but Kildare must learn the hard way that, unlike her, not everyone is meant to live forever. Recommended for readers and fans of... Neal Gaiman, Sandman, and Witchblade. FC, 32pg $2.95 Cover price $2.95.
(W) Brian Holguin (A)Lan Medina In stores the week of June 19th. The Concept: Somewhere around the corner, just beyond the edge of perception, lies a world you never dreamed existed...a world where creatures of ancient myth and gods long thought dead walk unnoticed among us. Where ladies faerie dance lonely nights away, bathed in soft neon glare. Where every shadow holds a secret, and every secret has a price. Where danger and wonder can be found at any turn, if you know where to look. Welcome to the world of Aria. This Issue: It's 1967. Youth is king, London is swinging and Kildare is in Love. After almost 900 years, Kildare-adventuress, bon vivant and fairy-princess-in-exile-is reunited with her first true love, Thomas. Together they explore the electric wonderland of London nightlife, a place more exotic and strange than any fairy story, and where everyone and everything is about the "Moment." But what happens when the moment is over? Does anyone really live happily ever after? Don't miss the second of this enchanting two-part Aria tale. This story arc serves as an ideal jumping on point for new readers, as well as filling in crucial background details for dedicated Aria fans. Not to be missed. Recommended for readers and fans of Neil Gaiman, Sandman, and Witchblade. FC, 32pg (2 of 2) $2.95 Cover price $2.95.