WindMaker – The History of Atala [DIGITAL PDF Art Book]

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Inspired by African mythology, Windmaker: The History of Atala (Hardcover) is one part art book, one part prequel story to both the Malika: Warrior Queen & WindMaker: Return of a King graphic Novels. Pulling from the amazing depths of African history, Roye Okupe, writer of the hit graphic novel series E.X.O., creates a breathtaking kingdom called Atala. With this art book, he sets the foundations for what is definitely a deep and meaningful universe (The YouNeek YouNiverse) of heroes. Illustrator Godwin Akpan’s painting breathes life into the story in an amazing way. From dragons, to mythical relics, a feuding royal family and magical swords, this book turns the fantasy genre on its head by placing familiar concepts in an awe inspiring African setting.

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Inspired by African mythology, Windmaker: The History of Atala (Hardcover) is one part art book, one part prequel story to both the Malika: Warrior Queen & WindMaker: Return of a King graphic Novels. Pulling from the amazing depths of African history, Roye Okupe, writer of the hit graphic novel series E.X.O., creates a breathtaking kingdom called Atala. With this art book, he sets the foundations for what is definitely a deep and meaningful universe (The YouNeek YouNiverse) of heroes. Illustrator Godwin Akpan’s painting breathes life into the story in an amazing way. From dragons, to mythical relics, a feuding royal family and magical swords, this book turns the fantasy genre on its head by placing familiar concepts in an awe inspiring African setting.

1 review for WindMaker – The History of Atala [DIGITAL PDF Art Book]

  1. John R. (verified owner)

    It’s 4 stars because I am selfish and want more, more, MORE! 🙂 Imagine West Africa meets Ming China, plus mythic family, monks, dragons, elemental stones, and ambition risking the stability of the world. Solid world-building foundation that is easily approachable for others, and leaves open mysteries for later. (Great for roleplaying game (e.g. D&D) campaign ideas, too!)

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