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Two hundred years have passed since Ulf Haukur rose to power and established the Haukursson Clan as a force to be reckoned with. But the wild frontier days of Iceland are long gone. Can the family line continue into more modern and complicated times?

“The Icelandic Trilogy” continues with part 4 of 9, titled “Conversion.”

Written by BRIAN WOOD

Price: $2.99
iFanboy Community Pick of the Week Percentage: 1.0%
Avg Rating: 4.7
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  1. Have to say, despite really disliking the first issue, I am enjoying this arc. It has gotten better with each issue and I am really excited to see how this jumps 200 years and where the story is ultimately going. Starting to wish this book wasn’t going away…

  2. What a cover!

  3. Man, this book is fuckin’ fantastic. Wish I didn’t wait till the last arc to discover it.

  4. This is the best issue (and best arc) in over a year.

  5. This book is dope (cover is sick)…the art is done by Declan Shalvey in this issue not Paul Azaceta as it claims up top…which I favor his style over Azaceta so far after reading…

  6. Another solid issue. I didn’t really care for the characters in the last three issues of the trilogy. The second part started of much stronger with this issue. Can’t wait till next month now.

    • Of course I meant the first three issues of the trilogy. This issue almost made it to POTW for me if only it wasn’t for the amazing finale of the AV mini.

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