prince of the astral kingdom chapter 1 pg 100

14th Oct 2019, 6:24 PM in The Beast of the Medina Azzahra
prince of the astral kingdom chapter 1 pg 100
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Zachary Cullen Alford 14th Oct 2019, 6:24 PM
Zachary Cullen Alford
CONGRATULATIONS!!! You made it to the end of chapter 1! Thank you all for sticking around. I hope you'll stay to see what happens next!


BUMBLEBEE 14th Oct 2019, 8:47 PM
It's a great story! Looking forward to the next chapter.
Zachary Cullen Alford 15th Oct 2019, 2:51 PM
Zachary Cullen Alford
Thanks, Bumblebee!I'm thrilled you like it!
Marcel 15th Oct 2019, 1:42 PM
Don't worry Zachary, anyone who's read this far is going to stick around. This is one of the best comics on here!
Zachary Cullen Alford 15th Oct 2019, 2:52 PM
Zachary Cullen Alford
Thank you, Marcel! Your support is inspiring!
Thracecius 18th Oct 2019, 2:00 PM
Bring on the world building! You have such a fascinating blend of genres and eras in this setting you've created, it reminds me of classic comics before they were relegated to the simplistic classification of "superhero nonsense". Reading this comic, for me, is reminiscent of Jack Vance's "Adventure Planet", a collection of four books that feels alive and full of High Middle Age meets space faring technology in a fashion I like to call "adventure sci-fi".

Keep up the great work! :)
Zachary Cullen Alford 18th Oct 2019, 6:33 PM
Zachary Cullen Alford
Thank you, Thracecius! Jack Vance? I'll have to check those out!
Thracecius 21st Oct 2019, 5:28 PM
Yep, he was one of the early sci-fi authors who built up the genre, along with luminaries such as Poul Anderson, Robert Heinlein and Arthur C Clarke. I've only read a few of his books (the Planet of Adventure and Demon Princes collections), but they were all highly imaginative and fun reading. You can find a list of books on his website if you're interested. The Planet of Adventure collection contains all four books of Tschai (The Chasch, The Wannek, The Dirdir, The Pnume) and was my first introduction to his writings, though he's probably best know for his Dying Earth series.