I’ve seen a preview of the first volume of this trilogy, an epic graphic novel called Last of the Irin, that’s currently being published online at lastoftheirin.com. So while I suspect it’s the kind of thing that Grovel readers might be interested in, you don’t have to take my word for it, just go and have a look yourselves.
It’s a science fiction fantasy story that, at first glance, looks dark, violent and very compelling. Opening in 591BC, when gods still walked the Earth, it quickly jars from fantasy to sci-fi, as technology, advanced weaponry, biological warfare and all sorts of other cool things get added to the mix.
The story is set to take in the Earth-bound battle between God and the Devil, from ancient times through to the present day, where the balance of power seemingly lies in the hands of a young Armenian refugee called Anahita.
I’m expecting to do a full review of this first volume soon but, in the mean time, why not head over to lastoftheirin.com and let me know what you think in the comments, below?