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"An Ominous Interluded" Having survived the battle with Mordred and his army, Arthur begins to have visions of an invading army. Bickering amongst his knights continues as Sir Launcelot continues his love affair with Queen Gwynevere. And Mordred, held prisoner by Merlin, plots his revenge and makes alliances.
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"Leaving Home" Shacked in Merlin's dungeon, Mordred befriends Sir Aggravayne and instructs him to undermine his fellow Knights against one another. Arthur, finding no help from Merlin to interpret his dream of an invading army decides to leave Camelot and seek out the hermit Nacien.
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"When the Kings Away" Arthur's visit to the hermit Nacien quells his troubling visions but Nacien does not tell him of the far greater danger facing Camelot. Launcelot and Gwynevere decide to stop their love affair after one last night together but Arthur arrives back in Camelot that morning.
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"A Man's Castle Is His Home" Arthur discovers Launcelot and Gwynevere together upon his return to Camelot, coming to physical blows with Launcelot. Percivale, distraught over the affair frees Modred from Merlin's dungeon. Instead of fleeing Modred confronts Arthur and Launcelot as they fight against one another.
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"A Father's Love" Modred creates a demon horde to attack Camelot. A resurrected Sir Galahad returns to Arthur to foreshadow an impeding doom. Merlin frees himself from Modred's imprisonment to help the outnumbered knights against Morded's army. And the evil Morgan Le Fay returns.
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"Anything Thou Can Do…" Camelot is all but destroyed with few knights left to defend it as Modred's attack as taken its toll. Arthur finds himself isolated as his friend Merlin has lost his mind in the battle with Mordred.
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"Judgement Passed In The Hands of Children" Arthur is left powerless as he decides the future fate of Camelot and Launcelot decides to flee the kingdom over the discovery of his affair with Queen Gwynevere and her suicide attempt. But Sir Gawain is in pursuit against the betrayer.
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A unique tale of King Arthur and his Knights of the Round Table. Here, King Arthur did not die in the last epic battle against his bastard son Modred and his evil army but instead continued to rule Camelot. However, the divisions amongst his men continue and he struggles to maintain control of Camelot. Modred also survived the battle and more of the bastard son is revealed as well as he plans revenge against his father. Collects issues 1 -4.
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The Legend of King Arthur continues in Volume 2! The evil behind all that is threatening to destroy Camelot is revealed and when that evil is unleashed, many knights will fall. And in order to save all that he loves, King Arthur realizes that he must sacrifice others as he can’t save them all. The Camelot Eternal concludes with Arthur’s fateful decision. Collects issues 5 - 8.
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What if there really was a Garden of Eden - a place with a history before the first people we know of? A civilization cursed and banished underground for breaking their own commandment to live in balance with the Earth. When an evil coal operator discovers that the "sacred" carbon can burn forever, he will sacrifice the land and the people to extract the full deposit. When he awakens and releases a hell the surface world cannot imagine, the only thing that stands in the way of the ecological disaster, is a disgraced, ex-pro baseball pitcher and a community of courageous coal miners. "Danny Boyd’s Carbon combines three distinct genres- Lovecraftian gorefest, religious picture book and political allegory- to tell the story of our slow and conscious self-poisoning." - John Sayles, Director. "This graphic novel’s tale is a self-contained piece of world-building, loaded generously with imaginative flair and yet still grounded in reality like the wise Aesop born anew." - Richard Caldwell, Heavy Metal Magazine. "Boyd marries sci-fi monster flick ideas with Appalachian tragedy, showing us imaginative allegory and authentic profundity do not have to be mutually exclusive." - Chris Oxley, Ain't It Cool News
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