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Throughout their time as masters of the sea, Vikings traveled thousands of miles over Open Ocean in shallow boats with little protection from the elements. In this standalone issue, Brian Wood and artist Fiona Staples (North 40) chart the path of one boat headed horribly off course and into the realms of myth and terror.


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A crappy little life 0

  (No Spoilers) I have never read an issue of Northlanders.   It is a series I’ve heard alot of good things about but just have never gotten around to reading it.   This issue was given to me because I like Brian Wood and Fiona Staples.   Plus, even though it’s #29 in the Northlanders series, it’s a one-shot so it can be read as a stand-alone. I’ve been really enjoying Wood’s work over in Wildstorm’s Dv8: Gods and Monsters mini-series so I was eager to see what he’s been doing in this series.   ...

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It`s a Dag`s Life 0

Northlanders is a series that has passed me by, but it drew my attention as I enjoy history, and this period in particular - Vikings, brutal, wild, great mythology. This issue, The Sea Road, is a single-issue story - ideal. It`s a short tale of Dag. Dag is an aging trader, who takes his boat and crew on an alternative route in search, I guess. However, things just get from bad to worse. Facing off with a mutinous crew, who are not too happy with Dag taking off into the unknown (...

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