Once & future, written by Kieron Gillen ; illustrated by Dan Mora ; colored by Tamra Bonvillain ; lettered by Ed Dukeshire, Volume two
The work Once & future, written by Kieron Gillen ; illustrated by Dan Mora ; colored by Tamra Bonvillain ; lettered by Ed Dukeshire, Volume two represents a distinct intellectual or artistic creation found in Mercer County Library.

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  • Once & future, written by Kieron Gillen ; illustrated by Dan Mora ; colored by Tamra Bonvillain ; lettered by Ed Dukeshire, Volume two
Main title
  • Once & future
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  • written by Kieron Gillen ; illustrated by Dan Mora ; colored by Tamra Bonvillain ; lettered by Ed Dukeshire
Variant title
  • Once and future
  • Old English
Language
  • eng
Summary
  • "When an ancient helmet at the British Museum is taken, Bridgette and Duncan are confronted by another hero of yore, one who will lead them to facing off against their most formidable challenge yet...a beast and his mother. Although Bridgette and Duncan stopped Arthur from retrieving the Grail and separated him from the legendary scabbard of Excalibur, the undead King of the Britons still has his sights on returning to our world and returning to power. By inadvertently changing the story of the famous King, Duncan and Gran have thrown the Otherworld into shambles, allowing for new legends and characters to make their appearance - and bring a world of trouble along with them."--Amazon
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  • illustrations
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  • fiction
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  • comics graphic novels
OCLC Number
  • 1230345441
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