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Elric: Stormbringer by P. Craig Russell
Requirements: CBR Reader, 91 MB.
Overview: There came a time when there was great movement upon the earth and above it, when the destiny of men and gods was hammered out upon the forge of fate, when monstrous wars were brewed and mighty deeds were designed. And there rose up in this time, which was called the age of the Young Kingdoms, heroes. Greatest of these heroes was a doom-driven adventurer who bore a crooning runeblade that he loathed. His name was Elric of Melniboné...king of ruins...lord of a scattered race that had once ruled the world.

Genre: Comics, Fantasy, Adventure, Adaptation.

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Elric: Stormbringer
    Galen Showman letterer
    Julie Gassaway other
    Lovern Kindzierski colorist
    P. Craig Russell cover, inker, other, penciler, writer
    Scott Allie, Jim Salicrup editor
    Published by Dark Horse Comics. 1997.

      Elric of Melniboné is a fictional character created by Michael Moorcock, and the protagonist of a series of sword and sorcery stories centring in an alternate Earth. The proper name and title of the character is Elric VIII, 428th Emperor of Melniboné. Later novels by Moorcock mark Elric as a facet of the Eternal Champion.

      Elric first appeared in print in Moorcock's novella, "The Dreaming City" (Science Fantasy No. 47, June 1961); subsequent novellas were reformatted as the novel Stormbringer (1965), but his first appearance in an original novel wasn't until 1972 in Elric of Melniboné. Moorcock's albino character is one of the better known in fantasy literature, having crossed over into multimedia, such as comics and film, though efforts towards the latter stalled over the years. The novels have been continuously in print since the 1970s.

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