Tales of Carnival Row

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Pub Date 17 Jan 2023 | Archive Date 17 Jan 2023

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Take a trip down The Row with the official expansion of the hit Amazon television series!

In the dark and magical world of CARNIVAL ROW, there are many stories to be told. Explore the Burgue, where war-weary humans and fae strike an uneasy peace and eke out a meager co-existence in Legendary Comics' new anthology graphic novel TALES FROM CARNIVAL ROW.  Take a closer look at the myths and half-truths surrounding Philo, Vignette, Millworthy, Agreus, Tourmaline, and Aisling.

Writers George Mann (WYCHWOOD, NEWBURY & HOBBES) and series writers CM Landrus, Charles Valasquez-Witosky, and Jordan Criar have crafted tales that will shed light on some of the most popular characters from the neo-noir Victorian fantasy television series.      
Take a trip down The Row with the official expansion of the hit Amazon television series!

In the dark and magical world of CARNIVAL ROW, there are many stories to be told. Explore the Burgue, where...

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ISBN 9781681160931
PRICE $21.99 (USD)
PAGES 156

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Good story and great illustrations.This was a deeper dive into the Carnival Row universe with complex and interesting storylines.

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Wow! I really loved this graphic novel interpretation of the TV show. It's really not a novel, more a collection of short stories that illuminate various parts of the characters' backstories. The art is terrific and I thought this was a great read for fans of the show.

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I admit I really enjoyed the tv show. But I am also pretty thoroughly predisposed to like a fantasy steampunk show! If you’re a fan of the show and are glad there’s going to be a second season then this is absolutely going to be a graphic novel for you. I would be pretty happy to see more comics published set in this world.

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