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Frank Thorne's Complete Ghita of Alizarr

Frank Thorne's Complete Ghita of Alizarr
  • Author: Frank Thorne
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  • ISBN: 1613452292
  • Page: 256
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Now, experience the complete Ghita mythos in one book. There have been various versions of these stories but this volume brings together Thorne's definitive take on Ghita of Alizarr.

Frank Thorne's masterwork, Ghita of Alizarr is finally being collected in its entirety in a hardcover archival edition sourced using the final versions of Thorne's original artwork. Now, experience the complete Ghita mythos in one book. There have been various versions of these stories but this volume brings together Thorne's definitive take on Ghita of Alizarr. If you're a fan of the adventures of the mighty warrior Ghita, there is finally a definitive version available, endorsed by the master himself, Frank Thorne.


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Frank Thorne's Complete Ghita of Alizarr
Language: en
Pages: 256
Authors: Frank Thorne
Categories: Comics & Graphic Novels
Type: BOOK - Published: 2020-11-10 - Publisher:

Frank Thorne's masterwork, Ghita of Alizarr is finally being collected in its entirety in a hardcover archival edition sourced using the final versions of Thorne's original artwork. Now, experience the complete Ghita mythos in one book. There have been various versions of these stories but this volume brings together Thorne's
The Complete Ghita
Language: en
Pages: 240
Authors: Frank Thorne
Categories: Comics & Graphic Novels
Type: BOOK - Published: 2001 - Publisher: Eros Comics

The definitive collection of Frank Thorne's,unexpurgated masterpiece, this book includes both,Book One and Book Two, as well as the little-seen,short story ""The Deathman's Head,"" Ghita's latest,adventure, plus over twenty never-before-published,photos and an in-depth feature on Thorne's leading,ladies from Sonja to Ghita to R.C. Harvey and a,voluptuous gallery of Ghita art!.
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In 1978, fresh off his run on Red Sonja, Frank Thorne went on to create the lusty warrior-goddess, Ghita. Imbued with the spirit of a mighty general, she would lead a rag-tag band against bloodthirsty armies, and along the way get in some tumbumping. This initial volume showcases some of