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“It’s a surprisingly thoughtful and contemplative book” – Another Magic of Myths review January 31, 2013

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It’s always nice to start the new year with some good news, so we’re happy to see that Magic of Myths: season one has got another positive review to its name – this time over at the New Readers… Start Here! blog:

Magic of Myths feels like it’s been written from the heart, like it’s really important to Brotherson, and so it’s a surprisingly thoughtful and contemplative book.  I say surprising, because the art is quite cartoony and if you just swept your eye over the page you would probably think this was a simple, lighthearted read, however it is far more than that.

You can read the whole review here: http://paipicks.blogspot.co.uk/2013/01/magic-of-myths-season-1.html

Many thanks to Saranga for her time and the kind review.

If you’d like to review Magic of Myths: season one get in touch.

Onwards and upwards to Magic of Myths: season two

Magic of Myths: season one gets a couple reviews November 25, 2011

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We’ve been fortunate enough to have a couple reviews written about Magic of Myths: season one, both positive.

The first is over at Chud.com, where the book gained 3 and a half stars out of 5. You can read the review here: http://www.chud.com/54533/thors-comic-column-527/. Reviewer Jeb Delia said:

“For every clichéd post-Tolkien character or trope that we meet, Brotherson finds a way to skewer our expectations, or place a different twist on the expected… [and] Sergio Calvert’s cartoony work is a complete delight.”

The second review is at GeekPlanet Online, where editor and reviewer Dave Probert called Magic of Myths: season one:

“A fun, enjoyable book that will leave you wanting more.”

You can read the whole thing here: http://www.geekplanetonline.com/index.php?option=com_k2&view=item&id=2076:magic-of-myths&Itemid=106

Thanks to both Jeb and Dave for their time and kind words. And if you want to review Magic of Myths: season one or have read it and want to tell us what you think, feel free to get in touch.