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Anafae Liber Duex #1


“Anafae”, known collectively as Mother Nature: the regenerative force of Spring and Mother Earth herself, manifests in the form of an Otherworldly woman. In a future Dark Age, a global plague destroys all life on the planet, and Anafae takes to the earth, sky and sea to see what has become of her realm.

Monica Richards, James Neely

Standard Comic
Full Color
Page Count: 52

What It's About

Liber Deux – Recollection is the second book in the Anafae series, in which Anafae begins to unlock the secrets of the plague, all the while transforming everything she touches. From the enchanting Robo-kitty, we learn of the short life and tragic death of Allaine, a genetically engineered child created by Charles Syms, leading research scientist of the GenetiBioCorp Metanation. And as General Lagan begins to torture his prisoner, the enigmatic Anna Mante, for answers to the plague’s beginnings, her deep connection to Anafae begins to reveal itself.


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