Lord Aldercrest, Sieur Extat, and Moth find themselves far from Highest House and in the forests that surround Moth's home village. Is it a good read?
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It's unclear whether Moth is more accepting of Obsidian than ever or more fed up than ever. Highest House #5 art by Peter Gross and Fabian Alquier Peter Gross and Fabian Alquier succeed in putting out another gorgeous issue, with the texturing of the world adding a lot of stylistic depth to the world Moth is visibly[...]
That makes for a more tense and interesting tale, and I quite like it. Highest House #4 art by Peter Gross and Fabian Alquier Peter Gross and Fabian Alquier continue to provide excellent artwork which brings this book to brilliant life The texturing and shapes evoke an old-world feel that complements the narrative well The color palette[...]
He is an intimidating yet fascinating character that controls every scene in which he is presented. Highest House #3 art by Peter Gross and Fabian Alquier Peter Gross' artwork remains both gorgeous and complex, as he makes many wide shots of the Highest House both intricate and beautiful There are many little details and things to discover[...]
The story has a direction, even if it's not necessarily an overarching conflict beyond that inherent in slavery. Highest House #2 art by Peter Gross and Fabian Alquier Peter Gross' art work is cartoonish and stylized, and yet it still has a rustic tint that fits the fantasy setting very well Each character has quirks in their[...]