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'''''Heaven's War''''' is a fantasy graphic novel by Micah Harris and Michael Gaydos.
 
'''''Heaven's War''''' is a fantasy graphic novel by Micah Harris and Michael Gaydos.
  
The story is set in [[1938]] and features a fictional history in the lives of [[Charles Williams]], [[Tolkien]] and [[C.S. Lewis]] (see [[Inklings]]).
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The story is set in [[1938]] and features a fictional history in the lives of three [[Inklings]]: [[Charles Williams]] (the title "Heaven's War" likely is a play on Williams's first novel, ''[[War in Heaven]]''), [[J.R.R. Tolkien|Tolkien]] and [[C.S. Lewis]].
 
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[[Image:Michael Gaydos - TolkienWilliamsLewis.jpg|left|thumb|A panel from the comic. From left to right: fictionalized versions of Tolkien, Williams and Lewis]]
 
Williams who had been once a member of a Hermetic society, is the main protagonist of the story.
 
Williams who had been once a member of a Hermetic society, is the main protagonist of the story.
  
 
==Editorial synopis==
 
==Editorial synopis==
 
:''[[1938]]: As the world moves toward global war, a secret angelic battle is waged in the heavenly realms to determine mankind's fate. The infamous Aleister Crowley plans to manipulate those angelic struggles and thus shape the world according to his will. Only "[[The Inklings]]" - fantasy authors [[J.R.R. Tolkien]], [[C.S. Lewis]], and [[Charles Williams]] - oppose him. They must decipher a landscape of sacred geometry to intercept Crowley at the threshold of heaven. And, for one of the Inklings, the pursuit will reach outside time itself.''
 
:''[[1938]]: As the world moves toward global war, a secret angelic battle is waged in the heavenly realms to determine mankind's fate. The infamous Aleister Crowley plans to manipulate those angelic struggles and thus shape the world according to his will. Only "[[The Inklings]]" - fantasy authors [[J.R.R. Tolkien]], [[C.S. Lewis]], and [[Charles Williams]] - oppose him. They must decipher a landscape of sacred geometry to intercept Crowley at the threshold of heaven. And, for one of the Inklings, the pursuit will reach outside time itself.''
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*[http://www.readaboutcomics.com/2004/01/30/heavens-war/ Review] on ''Read About Comics''
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Latest revision as of 00:17, 21 October 2012

Heaven's War
Heaven's War.jpg
AuthorMicah Harris and Michael Gaydos
PublisherImage Comics
ReleasedJanuary 5, 2004
Pages120
ISBN978-1582403304

Heaven's War is a fantasy graphic novel by Micah Harris and Michael Gaydos.

The story is set in 1938 and features a fictional history in the lives of three Inklings: Charles Williams (the title "Heaven's War" likely is a play on Williams's first novel, War in Heaven), Tolkien and C.S. Lewis.

A panel from the comic. From left to right: fictionalized versions of Tolkien, Williams and Lewis

Williams who had been once a member of a Hermetic society, is the main protagonist of the story.

[edit] Editorial synopis

1938: As the world moves toward global war, a secret angelic battle is waged in the heavenly realms to determine mankind's fate. The infamous Aleister Crowley plans to manipulate those angelic struggles and thus shape the world according to his will. Only "The Inklings" - fantasy authors J.R.R. Tolkien, C.S. Lewis, and Charles Williams - oppose him. They must decipher a landscape of sacred geometry to intercept Crowley at the threshold of heaven. And, for one of the Inklings, the pursuit will reach outside time itself.

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Published fiction books relating to J.R.R. Tolkien and Arda
 The Chronicles of the Imaginarium Geographica:
 Here, There Be Dragons | The Search for the Red Dragon | The Indigo King | The Shadow Dragons | The Dragon's Apprentice
 Ring of Darkness:
 Elven Blade | Black Lance | The Adamant of Henna
Stand-alone works:
 Heaven's War | Looking for the King | Mirkwood: A Novel About JRR Tolkien