November 6, 2012
Posted by: Gina Gagliano
Categories: Books

New book!

We just got in copies of George O’Connor’s Poseidon, which comes out next March.  It looks super!

Pictures!

Here’s the cover.  You may not be able to tell from my (admittedly poor) photo, but the spear Poseidon has is bronze foil.  It looks swell!  An excellent contrast to the neon green.

Here’s the back cover.  Look at that line-up of Olympians covers.  Aw!  There are so many of them now — it’s like this is a series or something.

Also I like the fact that the copy actually uses the words ‘woe betide.’  Yay that.

Here’s an interior double-page spread — it’s Poseidon!  He is unhappy.  You could possibly tell all of that by just looking at the image.

In this panel there are some giant crabs!  Good times.

One of our favorite parts of this series is the back matter where there’s helpful information about all sorts of things!  Here’s a photo of profile of Poseidon (basic stats on his godliness, etc.) and then some text notes about allusions and sources for the material in the book.

We can’t wait to show you this one!

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