The stunning conclusion to the electrifying series The Rainbow Orchid sees our heros journey to the roof of the world
The dangers are increasing for Julius Chancer and friends as they continue their search for the legendary orchid, and a most unexpected discovery awaits them beyond the long-forgotten Uskandagadri Pass. Will they succeed in finding the mythical flower and make it back in time to prevent Urkaz Grope from winning the Wembley Orchid Competition and enacting his nefarious plans? What does the future hold for Evelyn Crow and her gang of desperate villains? Find out in the concluding episode of the biggest adventure in comics!
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Garen Ewing is a graphic designer and illustrator, as well as the author of a number of popular online comics, including Charlie Jefferson and the Tomb of Nazaleod.Review:
"A winning formula . . . something truly engaging and memorable." —Comic Heroes Magazine
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Book Description Egmont. 1 Paperback(s), 2012. soft. Book Condition: New. At the roof of the world, in this third volume in the series, the dangers have only increased for Julius and his companions as they enter the long-forgotten Uskandagadri Pass. Will they succeed in finding the mythical flower and make it back in time to prevent Grope from winning the Wembley Orchid Competition and completing his nefarious plans? Beautifully drawn in the "ligne clair" art style associated with The Adventures of Tintin, Garen Ewing's graphic novel series for 9-to-12-year-old readers won the Young People's Comic Award at the 2013 British Comic Awards. Julius Chancer—adventurous assistant to historical researcher Sir Alfred Catesby-Grey—embarks on a hazardous quest for the mythical rainbow orchid that takes him from 1920s Britain to the Indus Valley, and even deeper into the mysterious Hindu Kush. But hot on their heels is ambitious tycoon Urkaz Grope and his henchmen, intent on stealing the Trembling Sword of Tybalt Stone."The between-the-wars setting is meticulously rendered, the storyline intricate and engrossing. Ewing has crafted something at once reverential and joyous that has a life of its own."—Financial Times (London)"I couldn't like it more if I tried. It is all so beautifully done: the historical references are spot on . the dialogue is pitch perfect. The result is one of the most satisfying comics around, whether you are a small boy, or a grown woman."—Observer (London) 48. Bookseller Inventory # 50023
Book Description Egmont Books Ltd, 2012. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Rapidly dispatched worldwide from our clean, automated UK warehouse within 1-2 working days. Bookseller Inventory # mon0000015186
Book Description Egmont UK, 2012. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Never used!. Bookseller Inventory # P111405255994