Heaven's War OGN


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Feb 28, 2005
Metro Manila, Philippines
Did anybody pick up Heaven's War by Micah Harris and Michael Gaydos (published by Image), when it was released last year or so?

Here's the description from the original Previews solicit:
1938: As the world moves toward global war, a secret angelic battle is waged in the heavenly realms to determine mankind's fate. The infamous Aleister Crowley plans to manipulate those angelic struggles and thus shape the world according to his will.Only "The Inklings" - fantasy authors J.R.R. Tolkien, C.S. Lewis, and Charles Williams - oppose him. They must decipher a landscape of sacred geometry to intercept Crowley at the threshold of heaven. And, for one of the Inklings, the pursuit will reach outside time itself.​

I didn't know what it was about, when it first hit the shelves, so I kinda dismissed it as yet another cerebral fantasy in the vein of Carey's Lucifer or The Dreaming (which were both competently-written titles; but not the kind of stuff I ever considered being "for" me).

However, the historical stuff and the pulpy overtones really caught my fancy, and I'm seriously contemplating ordering a copy.

Would anybody here give it a definite recommendation?

The reviews have me feeling a bit cautious; but even its apparent weaknesses might appeal to my geekier, scholarly side.



(The latter review has some sample panels.)
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How did I miss this? It sounds awesome.

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