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VIDEO | The Mice Templar Vol. 2 Trailer

Behold the trailer for The Mice Templar: Vol. 2: Destiny, which shows off the art quite nicely.  Now some people swear by Mouse Guard and while I love that series The Mice Templar has a bit more going on in terms of action, magic, and epic scale.  Here is a bit of what I had to say in my review of The Mice Templar Vol. 1: The Prophecy:

"At its heart The Mice Templar is a coming of age story, but the authors have created a rich mythology behind the Templars.  The Mice Templar is bound to become a modern classic that is cherished and re-read for years. "
The Mice Templar: Vol. 2: Destiny has finished its complete run with the 6th and final issue coming out this week.  The collected edition release date has not yet been announced, but hopefully it should see the light in  early to late Fall at the latest.

UPDATE: I received an e-mail from Mice Templar co-creator Bryan J. L. Glass who said the 2nd series The Mice Templar: Destiny is 9 issues and will be split into two collected editions because of their size, which combined is nearly twice that of the first collected edition and break down as follows: 

PART 1 releases March 17 (collecting DESTINY 1-5)

PART 2 releases July 7 (collecting DESTINY 6-9)

The dates given are for comic shops as they get the first shot with bookstores and online getting it a couple weeks later.  In Fall 2010 we should be treated to Volume Three: A Midwinter Night's Dream.  Also, the series is project to run to four volumes.

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Harry Markov said...

Dare I say how awesome this one is. I haven't read this series, but the art is simply fascinating and my Harry sense tells me that I may very well hit jackpot with this one.

Don't you think the soundtrack is splendidly epic?

The Mad Hatter said...

The soundtrack is well done. Given your comic proclivities I think you'll get a kick out of the series.

Harry Markov said...

I even posted on my blog, with due credit and a link in return. :) Hope you don't mind. It is an extraordinary find that trailer.

The Mad Hatter said...

No problem whatsoever. I've been enjoying your theme month a lot. Great job!

Harry Markov said...

Thanks. :) I had a blast with it too and now I know a thing or two about what works and what doesn't and next year it will be better.