Now an original series starring Rosamund Pike as Moiraine!
Created with the cooperation of the Jordan estate, adapted by well-known comics writer Chuck Dixon and illustrated by the talented Chase Conley, The Eye of the World: The Graphic Novel has been hailed as an exciting interpretation of Robert Jordan's classic fantasy novel. This volume features brilliant interior art by Andie Tong.
In The Eye of the World: the Graphic Novel, Volume Two, Rand al'Thor, Egwene al'Vere, and their friends flee their home village in the company of Moiraine and her Warder, Lan Mandragoran. Pursued by their enemies, the group seeks sanctuary in Baerlon. Rand's nightmares grow darker. Moiraine takes Egwene under her wing. Lan warns them to trust no one, but should that distrust extend to Lan and Moiraine as well?
Chuck Dixon is a comic book writer best known for his long runs on several Batman titles in the 1990’s for DC Comics. Throughout his prolific career, Dixon has written for Evangeline (Comico Comics), The Savage Sword of Conan, The Punisher War Journal (Marvel Comics), Robin, Nightwing, Detective Comics (DC Comics), and Simpsons Comics (Bongo Comics). Dixon worked closely with Robert Jordan on the graphic adaptation of New Spring and with Jordan’s estate on The Eye of the World graphic novel.
“All of the dialogue is straight out of the book. All the characters look like how I might imagine them. Fans of the books will be reminded of the things they enjoyed about the series in the first place. ” —Geeks of Doom on The Eye of the World: the Graphic Novel, Volume One
“The Eye of the World continues to be a series of genuine passion, technical virtuosity, and grand, epic adventure.” —Broken Frontier on The Eye of the World: the Graphic Novel, Volume One
“The series should provide fans of the novels with an enjoyable take on an old favorite and possibly introduce new readers to this fantasy classic.” —The Jersey Journal on The Eye of the World: the Graphic Novel, Volume One
“The story feels like it was intended for the comic-book medium. That is probably in no small way due to Chuck Dixon's hand in this. I hope there are more such top-flight comic-book adaptations of popular fantasy series in the offing.” —ComicCritique on New Spring: the Graphic Novel