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Weapons of the Gods. Vol. 7
Wong, Tony, 1950-
Personal Author:
First edition.
Publication Information:
Fremont, CA : ComicsOne Corp., [2003]

Physical Description:
108 pages : chiefly color illustrations ; 26 cm
Reading Level:
Suggested 13 up.
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X V. 7 Graphic Novel Central Closed Stacks

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Tian and Snake battl Freaky Bone and the Dark Jester with a little help from another Demon Army. Back at the farm house, Bufon Ju has his hands full with Hidden Sky and his mechanical weaponry. Plus Blackheart Nan, Hong Dong and the rest of the Dong Clan are about to receive a very unwelcome surprise from Fire Lord's minions.

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Publisher's Weekly Review

The first volume in this Hong Kong kung fu comic has all the elements of a major epic: detailed, dynamic artwork; a ferociously complicated plot; and a large cast of characters who need serious counseling. Wong lovingly depicts the martial arts combat with pages of bodies sailing through the air as the fighters launch themselves at one another. Wong also offers wonderfully intricate architectural panoramas and some vivid character sketches, especially full length portraits of grotesque warriors. These glowering characters are plotting against each other even when they're not trading blows. They represent their personal desires, of course, but also those of their clans as they contend for the magical power embodied in the weapons of the title. Wong spins many plot threads and, naturally, this installment leaves them dangling. Some of the conflicts are a bit loony, for example that of Tian Wen, a foundling who grew up as the playmate of princess Snow Bei. The two are deeply in love, but when Bei visits the weapons factory where Tian works as a blacksmith, Tian childishly insults her. Veins pop out of Bei's forehead and she unleashes a blast of psychic energy, sending a flock of red hot weapons hurtling at Tian. It's hard not to giggle at moments like this, but this is one kung fu comic that readers can laugh both at and with. (Apr.) (c) Copyright PWxyz, LLC. All rights reserved