The Autumnlands, Vol. 1: Tooth and Claw

The Autumnlands, Vol. 1: Tooth and Claw

Kurt Busiek Benjamin Dewey / Sep 18, 2019

The Autumnlands Vol Tooth and Claw The debut collection of the hit epic fantasy series When the wizards of the Autumnlands reach through time to bring back a legendary hero they don t get the savior they expected But in a shattered b

  • Title: The Autumnlands, Vol. 1: Tooth and Claw
  • Author: Kurt Busiek Benjamin Dewey
  • ISBN: 9781632152770
  • Page: 319
  • Format: Paperback
  • The debut collection of the hit epic fantasy series When the wizards of the Autumnlands reach through time to bring back a legendary hero, they don t get the savior they expected But in a shattered, besieged city, he s their only hope of survival and possibly their entire world s, as well.Collects THE AUTUMNLANDS TOOTH CLAW 1 6

    The Autumnlands Volume Woodland Creatures Volume of his series was very good though not Busiek Conan good The Autumnlands is set in a world of animal people dog people, owl people, goat people, sheep get the idea They have magic instead of advanced technology, but the magic in the world has been weakening. The Autumnlands, Vol Tooth and Claw by Kurt Busiek Community Reviews Autumnlands opens in a world where a class of animal people is losing magic There is a second class of animal people homogeneous, dare I saw Natives, buffalos who deal the high class various animal people owls, dogs, cats, warthogs what not who have magic and live in The Autumnlands, Vol Tooth and Claw The Autumnlands Vol Tooth Claw and millions of other books are available for Kindle Learn Enter your mobile number or email address below and we ll send you a The Autumnlands, Vol Tooth Claw Image Comics When the wizards of the Autumnlands reach through time to bring back a legendary hero, they don t get the savior they expected But in a shattered, besieged city, he s their only hope of survival and possibly their entire world s, as well. The Autumnlands, Volume Woodland Creatures by Kurt The Autumnlands, Volume Woodland Creatures out of based on ratings reviews. The Autumnlands Vol Image Comics Database FANDOM The Autumnlands Vol published by Image Comics This page contains a list of all the comics included in The Autumnlands Vol published by Image Comics If you have found something that is not seen on this page, please add it to this list. The Autumnlands Vol imagecomics.fandom The Autumnlands Vol January, Cover Artists Benjamin Dewey, Skottie Young Writers Kurt Busiek Pencilers Benjamin Dewey Inkers Benjamin Dewey Colourists Jordie Bellaire Letterers Comicraft Country United States of America Previous Issue Next Issue The Autumnlands The Autumnlands The Autumnlands, Volume Tooth and Claw by Kurt Busiek The Autumnlands, Volume Tooth and Claw by Kurt Busiek When a secret conclave of wizards brings a legendary hero back from the forgotten past to save their dying world, they get a hero unlike anything they expected, and trigger a crisis none of them may survive From New York Times bestselling writer Kurt Busiek Astro. The Autumnlands Vol Tooth Claw Review Ninth Art The Autumnlands Vol Tooth Claw Review The Autumnlands Vol Tooth Claw by Kurt Busiek Benjamin Dewey, is an epic high fantasy series with a twist Enter a world of magic, filled with anthropomorphic animals. The Autumnlands, Vol Tooth and Claw Kurt Busiek The Autumnlands, Vol Tooth and Claw The Autumnlands is weird And I love it It s old school, pulpy stuff walking, talking animals, magic, floating cities and airships, walking chairs, gigantic winged insects as mounts, and a time traveler from the past with scifi implants.

    • Free Read [Science Book] ✓ The Autumnlands, Vol. 1: Tooth and Claw - by Kurt Busiek Benjamin Dewey Ø
      319 Kurt Busiek Benjamin Dewey
    • thumbnail Title: Free Read [Science Book] ✓ The Autumnlands, Vol. 1: Tooth and Claw - by Kurt Busiek Benjamin Dewey Ø
      Posted by:Kurt Busiek Benjamin Dewey
      Published :2018-010-22T08:10:45+00:00

    About "Kurt Busiek Benjamin Dewey"

      • Kurt Busiek Benjamin Dewey

        Kurt Busiek is an American comic book writer notable for his work on the Marvels limited series, his own title Astro City, and his four year run on Avengers.Busiek did not read comics as a youngster, as his parents disapproved of them He began to read them regularly around the age of 14, when he picked up a copy of Daredevil 120 This was the first part of a continuity heavy four part story arc Busiek was drawn to the copious history and cross connections with other series Throughout high school and college, he and future writer Scott McCloud practiced making comics During this time, Busiek also had many letters published in comic book letter columns, and originated the theory that the Phoenix was a separate being who had impersonated Jean Grey, and that therefore Grey had not died a premise which made its way from freelancer to freelancer, and which was eventually used in the comics.During the last semester of his senior year, Busiek submitted some sample scripts to editor Dick Giordano at DC Comics None of them sold, but they did get him invitations to pitch other material to DC editors, which led to his first professional work, a back up story in Green Lantern 162 Mar 1983 Busiek has worked on a number of different titles in his career, including Arrowsmith, The Avengers, Icon, Iron Man, The Liberty Project, Ninjak, The Power Company, Red Tornado, Shockrockets, Superman Secret Identity, Thunderbolts, Untold Tales of Spider Man, JLA, and the award winning Marvels and the Homage Comics title Kurt Busiek s Astro City.In 1997, Busiek began a stint as writer of Avengers alongside artist George P rez P rez departed from the series in 2000, but Busiek continued as writer for two years, collaborating with artists Alan Davis, Kieron Dwyer and others Busiek s tenure culminated with the Kang Dynasty storyline In 2003, Busiek re teamed with Perez to create the JLA Avengers limited series In 2003, Busiek began a new Conan series for Dark Horse Comics, which he wrote for four years.In December 2005 Busiek signed a two year exclusive contract with DC Comics During DC s Infinite Crisis event, he teamed with Geoff Johns on a One Year Later eight part story arc called Up, Up and Away that encompassed both Superman titles In addition, he began writing the DC title Aquaman Sword of Atlantis from issues 40 49 Busiek was the writer of Superman for two years, before followed by James Robinson starting from Superman 677 Busiek wrote a 52 issue weekly DC miniseries called Trinity, starring Batman, Superman and Wonder Woman Each issue except for issue 1 featured a 12 page main story by Busiek, with art by Mark Bagley, and a ten page backup story co written by Busiek and Fabian Nicieza, with art from various artists, including Tom Derenick, Mike Norton and Scott McDaniel.Busiek s work has won him numerous awards in the comics industry, including the Harvey Award for Best Writer in 1998 and the Eisner Award for Best Writer in 1999 In 1994, with Marvels, he won Best Finite Series Limited Series Eisner Award and the Best Continuing or Limited Series Harvey Award as well as the Harvey Award for Best Single Issue or Story for Marvels 4 in 1995 In 1996, with Astro City, Busiek won both the Eisner and Harvey awards for Best New Series He won the Best Single Issue Single Story Eisner three years in a row from 1996 1998, as well as in 2004 Busiek won the Best Continuing Series Eisner Award in 1997 1998, as well as the Best Serialized Story award in 1998 In addition, Astro City was awarded the 1996 Best Single Issue or Story Harvey Award, and the 1998 Harvey Award for Best Continuing or Limited Series.Busiek was given the 1998 and 1999 Comics Buyer s Guide Awards for Favorite Writer, with additional nominations in 1997 and every year from 2000 to 2004 He has also received numerous Squiddy Awards, having been selected as favorite writer four years in a row from 1995 to 1998,


    1. Excellent introduction to a world where anthropomorphized animals live on cities that float in the sky with the help of a magic that is fading from existence. To combat this magic shortage, a talented magic user gathers a coalition of wizards to bring a great warrior from the past to the present in order to reawaken the powers. The warrior is surprising, his summoning has unintended consequences, and the reader, after just a few pages, finds herself quickly caught up in a strange new world.Highl [...]

    2. Pros: magnificent artwork, fun Evil Dead/Army of Darkness vibe (in terms of a character dropping in from the future and being a little rough around the edges), interesting world building and magic system Cons: most of the main characters are annoying and/or pretentious, naked owl chicks are not hot (even less so when they’re mangled and dead), less interesting to read than to look atUpshot: the first volume of this series is like the sweet, dorky guy with the bad haircut in a teen rom-com—he [...]

    3. I went looking for something that wasn't DC to read so I picked this up why does this cat-person have boobs?(view spoiler)[(hide spoiler)]*closes book*["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>

    4. Firstly, before anything else, the artwork in this volume is absolutely beautiful and worth buying the book for on it's own. Ben Dewey manages to draw animals every bit as expressive and varied as humans, and his world building is second to none. Even the desolate landscapes of the Autumnlands are gorgeous to look at, and the painted pages in each issue are a joy.But of course, it's all tied together with Kurt Busiek's words, and as anyone knows, Busiek knows how to tell a good story. It's a slo [...]

    5. Well. That was disappointing. I just found the whole story rather boring and the artwork too dim and undetailed for my liking. It doesn't explain either why they're all over evolved humanoid animals.

    6. Es un trabajo excelente. El arte, los colores, la historia, los personajes, el mundo, etc. Pero mis espectativas eran tan elevadas, que era imposible cumplirlas.Esperaba que fuera el mejor comic de todos los tiempos, no lo es.No deja de estar entre los mejores, cualquier persona que aprecie la fantasia le va a encontrar lugar en su coleccion a este material. Pero es cuatro o cinco estrellas como mucho. No van a encontrar la perfeccion absoluta.Fue mi error en realidad, no de los creadores.PD: Re [...]

    7. Amazing world and I'm in love with all the different character's looks, but the story was a bit disappointing. I started getting bored with it in the second half. Hopefully the next issues will be better!

    8. Disclaimer: ARC via Netgalley.Also a thank you to Merry Meerkat who read and reviewed this. It was because of her(?) review that I picked it up. This collects issues 1-6 of Autumnlands, which quite frankly, just might be enough to get me to actually by comics as single issues again. Because seriously – hot damn! This is what comics should be. Screw that. This is what story telling should be. Autumnlands opens in a world where a class of animal people is losing magic. There is a second class of [...]

    9. So I've now read the entire volume for this and I have to say I loved the first issue the most. In the first issue we're introduced to a world only inhabited by animals. I loved seeing the way that these civilised animals had built up a culture and the reliance on magic for this culture was super interesting.As the book went on we get the introduction of a human character and this completely shifted the focus of the book in my opinion. I kind of wish that the human character wasn't coming into t [...]

    10. Fine, I guess. Army of Darkness meets Watership down. Art was nice but the story was a bit dull. Not sure if I'll continue or not.

    11. If you liked Dinotopia or the Katurran Odyssey, buy this right now. Is the symbolism of the English White Terrier oppressing the brown buffalo more than a little heavy-handed? Certainly. Is the art and whimsical fantasy worldbuilding enough to make up for it? Absolutely. Put Audiomachine on while you read and strap in for the kind of fantasy adventure you thought had disappeared twenty years ago. Parents, do take a gander through this before handing it to you child, though. Animals + Fantasy doe [...]

    12. That was pretty good. There was a flood of weird names and lingo at the beginning that was a little off putting, but once I started to get a sense of the characters and the relationships, I settled into the story and enjoyed it. I'm not happy it ended on a cliffhanger, but I'm in for the next installment. (view spoiler)[ It was an interesting twist that the animals viewed the human's behavior as uncivilized. I liked that the author called attention to the brutality of the Champion's strategic mo [...]

    13. Ben Dewey can draw animals like no one else, and that together with Kurt Busiek's writing makes this gorgeous first volume feel like an entire world. I would give this an extra star if I could because I can't think of another comic that features an anthropomorphic tapir, even in a bit part.

    14. Bullet Review:3or 4? It's a decent read, if predictable. I am curious what happens next.3.5?Damn this Champion is a royal a-hole!

    15. Ugh. This could have been (and was almost) a five-star, Saga-quality, Animal Farm/Watership Down/Monkey Wars/Castle Waiting grownup animal story comic with its gorgeous art and great plot, but -- and this is a big *BUT* because this kind of shizz should not be getting past editors and being published in 2015 -- the borderline-if-not-outright-racist stereotype depiction of the American bison characters as broken-English-speaking Plains tribal members, even as sympathetic as those characters are m [...]

    16. 3.5 StarsRe-iterating what everyone else is saying about this book, the artwork is stunning. Seriously.The storyline is good, though somewhat unoriginal at the moment. I do suspect Busiek will be doing much more with our conception of saviors in future issues, and I look forward to that. To be honest, I really enjoyed this first volume and I probably would have rated this book somewhat higher pre-Wild's End, as somehow all animal-based stories are suffering in comparison to WE's unique storytell [...]

    17. pretty bad fantasy, that is overloaded with crappy lore. Animal people that live in a time of fantasy and magic that pray to several gods including the goddess of housing and urban devoplment? what the shit? this is page 2 and it nose dives right away. It is such a terrible start that is filled with meaningless names and lore that you just want to throw the book out the window. I pushed the book away for a few days and came back and basically speed read through it to see if it goes anyways, it g [...]

    18. Esse primeiro arco da nova série de Kurt Busiek, Benjamim Dewey e Jordie Bellaire é uma das melhores coisas publicadas pela Image no momento.Ambientado num mundo fantasioso de seres antropomórficos que vivem numa sociedade construída com base em magia arcana, poderia ser só mais uma HQ de fantasia com um viés de RPG medieval, exceto que Busiek vai mais longe e introduz ficção científica como parte desse universo.Os arquétipos de personagem funcionam muito bem e poderiam sim, muito bem, [...]

    19. Amazing! The story was great, epic adventure, and action-packed. The art was phenomenal, added to the feel of the story and portrayed the characters emotions and feels in a real authentic way. Felt like an epic fantasy adventure tale with talking animals. And that's the dumbed down description of this story. Can't wait to pick up the next one!

    20. An Anthropomorphic fantasy tale. A village reaches back in time for their legendary savior, but they get something they didn't bargain for. A bit predictable but I am interested where this story goes.

    21. Kurt Busiek is a fine writer, but something's holding me back from really caring about any of this. It's alright if there's absolutely nothing else laying around.

    22. This was so awesome and a huge surprise. I checked this out on a whim and I'm glad that I did. The artwork is gorgeous and the storyline is very intriguing. It's epic fantasy at its finest. The writing is top notch and the characters are fleshed out quite nicely. This was damn good read and I loved every second of it.

    23. I never would have picked this up were it not for the author--beloved creator of Astro City--but I was pleasantly surprised by the fantasy world building as well as the usual good writing. Now, these are anthropomorphized animal characters, but this isn't a cute tale but a very violent one. Normally I don't like super-violent things but this was okay.

    24. This review originally published in Looking For a Good Book. Rated 4.0 of 5Autumnlands, Volume One: Tooth and Claw is a delightfully strange new graphic novel series by Kurt Busiek and Benjamin Dewey.Set in a different world where magic brought sentient life to the animal kingdom and most animals live in floating cities, the animals face a catastrophe as their magic fading and with it, the power that they held over the bison who were the only ground dwellers and workers, providing for the rest o [...]

    25. For the wizards of the Autumnlands, it is a time of quiet desperation. Their magic has continued to wither over the years, carefully hoarded but dying nonetheless. The animal folk live in luxury thanks to the power of their magics, inhabiting great floating cities miles above the ground-dwellers who toil away to supply the magicians with raw materials. In their hour of need, the wizards summon forth the "Champion" of ages past, whom prophecy has foretold will restore--or destroy--their way of li [...]

    26. The Autumnlands Tooth and Claw Volume 1 5 Stars, buy it.I've read up to issue 6 previously but need a refresher before going back to where I left off.  I still love the story and characters (except for the bad guys of course) and I still love the art.  I remember this from when I initially read the first 6 issues that I don’t like the long paragraphs that they stick on with the book covers. I’m not really sure what the book covers are supposed to be, maybe magical texts of theirs? The Autu [...]

    27. I wasn't sure what to make of this when I first picked it up. There seem to be an awful lot of comics on the stands these days that require you to buy into some weird fantasy world with rules that are only very slowly parceled out, and Autumnlands fits this description, too. At first. Slowly, the more I read, the more I realized just how much I was enjoying this and wanted to see the story continue. I was quite disappointed when I reached the end of the sixth issue, which closes out this first v [...]

    28. I've tended to think of Kurt Busiek as a steady writer - his work rarely dips in quality, but rarely soars either. But most of the Busiek I've read has centred on his earnest and humane conception of superheroes (company-owned or his own) - would this creator-owned fantasy saga change my opinion?Not really. The Autumnlands (original, more exciting title Tooth And Claw now relegated to a volume name) is skilfully done and looks terrific: Ben Dewey's lush illustrations capture every claw, feather [...]

    Leave a Reply