Little Bird: The Fight for Elder's Hope
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Little Bird: The Fight for Elder's Hope

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Description

Award-winning filmmaker DARCY VAN POELGEEST
teams up with Angouleme nominated artist IAN BERTRAM to bring
you the highly acclaimed, dystopian sci-fi, LITTLE
BIRD.

With the same limitless scope as
Star Wars, and the social-political explorations of A Handmaid's Tale, LITTLE
BIRD tells the story of a young resistance fighter battling against an
oppressive American Empire while searching for her own identity in a world on
fire. A gorgeously illustrated epic where one girl risks everything to save her
people, their land, and the freedom they so desperately
deserve.

Collects LITTLE BIRD
1-5.
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Product details

  • Hardback | 208 pages
  • 188 x 279 x 18mm | 835g
  • Fullerton, United States
  • English
  • 1534313451
  • 9781534313453
  • 5,510

Review quote

"IMMEDIATELY re-read it. GET THIS COMIC. It's...something else. Wow!"
-Patton Oswalt "Dark, surreal, and addictive." -Comic Book
Resources "Brims with excellent artwork."
-The Daily Californian "Little Bird is nothing short of a
masterpiece and we're only one issue in. We realize how insane that sounds, but
once you read this thing you'll see what we mean."
-Nerdist "A powerful and thought-provoking first issue.
The story is clever and well-rounded and the art is lovely in a surrealistic
way. I highly recommend this series." -Impulse
Gamer "There's a lot to unpack in this story for a
first issue though, so it might require a second pass, but that's hardly a
downside considering how easy it is to become immersed in Little Bird's
world." -ComicBook.com
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Rating details

81 ratings
3.86 out of 5 stars
5 33% (27)
4 31% (25)
3 26% (21)
2 9% (7)
1 1% (1)
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