The final book of the New Testament has it all; action, monsters and a lot of spooky stuff, too. Revelation was written by the apostle John as he was shown what was going to come. Full of imagery, symbolism and of course...the final battle of good versus evil.
From 'every i publishing' and Zondervan comes an amazing and absolutely beautiful visualization of the final chapter of the Bible, 'The Book Of Revelation'.
First of all, this book absolutely lends itself to the visual presentation. Matt Dorff who did the adaptation of the book told me in an interview that 'Revelation' is like 'Lord Of The Rings' on steroids, and it certainly is.
But the books true power of this book is the stunning art of Chris Koelle. For this, Chris drew hundreds of powerful panels that reinforce what was revealed to John over 2000 years ago. For me it was reminiscent of Alex Ross' work on DC's 'Kingdom Come' series. You deserve the comparison, Chris!
This book would be a hard sell to readers if it wasn't for the easy to follow translation of Father Mark Arey and Father Philemon Sevastides. Since the text of Revelation is open for many visual interpretations, the team did an amazing job giving it that needed comic book flow.
'The Book Of Revelation' is more than just a comic version of the last book in the Bible. It is a classic story of good vs. evil at the highest level that Christian and non Christian will enjoy.
To find out more including how to order a copy, please go to http://zondervan.com/9780310421405
Matman Rating: 5 out 5 scary monsters and great endings!