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Liam Sharp’s Eisner-Nominated ‘Starhenge’ Saga Continues In ‘Ore: A Starhenge Graphic Novella’


Legendary award-winning artist and writer Liam Sharp (Green Lantern, Spawn: The Dark Ages) is returning to his fantastical realm of StarHenge to summon a new spellbinding tale, ORE: A STARHENGE GRAPHIC NOVELLA. The news comes shortly after it was announced that Sharp earned an Eisner nomination for Best Painter/Multimedia Artist (Interior Art) for StarHenge: The Dragon and the Boar and for Nocterra: Nemesis Special, also published by Image Comics.

Following the events of StarHenge, in which a future Merlin travels to 5th-century Britain to prevent monstrous time-traveling robots from robbing the universe of magic, Ore: A StarHenge Graphic Novella charts the battle between the resurrected Ur-Queen and the horrifying AI of the CAST, in a galaxy-spanning conflict where ALL sentient life is threatened. A first look at a selection of pages from the graphic novella shows Sharp’s stunning illustrations and the genesis of Ore, revealing the plans of her many avatars: to save as much life as they could, and to make the CAST learn how to suffer. Ore: A StarHenge Graphic Novella will hit shelves this August from Image Comics.

Ore: A StarHenge Graphic Novella blurs the line between illustrated books and comics, with a blistering, hard sci-fi saga of epic proportions,” said Sharp. “The graphic novella expands the StarHenge universe with a galaxy-spanning saga focusing on the Ur-Queen after her physical death. Becoming an agent of vengeance against the implacable might of the CAST—alien AI wearing human skin faces—she fights a losing battle in search of a single idea that might tip the balance…”

StarHenge Book One: The Dragon And The Boar Deluxe Edition is now available for purchase in stores and on digital platforms.  Ore: A StarHenge Graphic Novella will be available for purchase at comic book shops and digital platforms, including Amazon Kindle, Apple Books, and Google Play on Wednesday, August 7.