Read The Autumnlands, Vol. 2: Woodland Creatures Online Free - Stranded in the mountains, the Great Champion and the young dog-wizard Dusty discover gods, goats, living statues, oracular crows, and dangerous secrets about the history of the Autumnlands. Secrets that could help them save the world--if they're able to survive.
This hit epic-fantasy series--named Best of 2015 by The Onion's A.V. Club-- continues, by superstar creators KURT BUSIEK, BENJAMIN DEWEY, and JORDIE BELLAIRE. Collects THE AUTUMNLANDS #7-14.
|Title||:||The Autumnlands, Vol. 2: Woodland Creatures|
|Number of Pages||:||184 pages|
July 24, 2017
You know, for a rather unextraordinary start, this volume did some interesting things. It explored this weird world, threw in Sheep People and Goat People, and gave the Champion some space not to act like a dick.
Even though I read it and had to put it aside to travel, I enjoyed myse...
May 18, 2017
Three stars because of the artwork. While the story arc in this collected volume is an entertaining adventure, it doesn't move much. Whereas in the first volume the animal characters were new and exciting, here they only seemed sketched out and glossed over to me. Also, Learoyd's abilities are re...
April 03, 2017
It's been a while, but Kurt Busiek and Benjamin Dewey's Autumnlands returns for a second volume as Learoyd and Dusty set off on a journey across the lands below and run afoul of mutants, a horny goat, and robots. Lots of robots.
The history of the Autumnlands is slowly drip-fed to us as the story...
March 16, 2017
For all the occasional outbursts of violence, The Autumnlands is one of Image's cosier comics, a relaxing wallow in a bath of familiar - but very well executed - science-fantasy tropes. Case in point: volume 2 spends a whole enjoyable issue in a town full of beer-drinking anthropomorphic sheep. K...
April 13, 2017
A compelling story, great artwork, and goat people with Scottish accents and kilts. What more could you ask for?
March 26, 2017
All joking aside this was a pretty good middle volume
August 08, 2017
Wolverine with a sword meets Homeward Bound with a sci-fi setting in a magic dress. Or something. It's got a LOT going on, but it's compelling, and I liked it. Nice mythopoeia laid bare from the beginning and always building, and I'm looking forward to the next volume. The art is pretty darn good...
March 13, 2017
Though this volume isn't quite as good as Volume, it continues to be a beautifully illustrated, well-characterized, evocative, and innovative fantasy.
This second volume is interesting for its total embrace of the pulp stylings that the first volume had played with. But, it turns out that they're...
March 08, 2017
A solid second volume in a (so far) awesome fantasy series. This one follows Learoyd and Dusty in the aftermath of the events in volume one. We get a lot more world building here, and the focus on just the two characters means there is a bit more time for character development.
While this extra ti...
December 14, 2017
I wasn’t that big a fan of volume of Autumnlands. The illustrations grabbed me, but the story was confusing and ‘epic,’ – epic in the sense that it wasn’t in any hurry to get where it implied it was going. I certainly didn’t plan to pick up the sequel, but volume one was on the shelf, and I kept...