Four Star Review for Legend of the Mantamaji Graphic Novel

Legend of the Mantamaji ReviewLegend of the Mantamaji just received a four star review from Alex Widen, Examiner.com’s Brooklyn Comic Book Examiner.

Origin arcs can get bogged down in exposition if a writer isn’t careful, and while this initial volume has a lot of it, the story always makes sure to keep things personal as well as keeping up the mysteries involving the cast. The action sequences are always fast paced and exciting, and the initial volume does a terrific job of setting up all of the rules and premises of the franchise while ending things on enough of a cliffhanger that fans will be chomping at the bit for the next volume.

Read the rest of the review here: “Heritage is destiny in the first volume of upcoming “Legend of the Mantamaji

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Dreams of Comic Books and Superheroes

Legend of the Mantamaji Graphic Novel, Eric Dean SeatonRecently I was featured in an article from the great folks over at OZY.com discussing Legend of the Mantamaji, my comic book inspiration and more.

Do childhood dreams ever fade?

Not for Eric Dean Seaton, not even after he’d already accomplished one of his childhood dreams: establishing himself as an LA director and producer. By his early 40s, he had under his belt 175 television episodes, 18 music videos, Nickelodeon pilots. He’d been nominated for the NAACP Image Awards for his work on That’s So Raven and Mighty Med.

But another childhood dream still beckoned. And so here he is on a muggy July afternoon, wife in tow, manning a booth at the San Diego Comic-Con and promoting his forthcoming graphic novel, Legend of the Mantamaji.

Read more: Eric Dean Seaton: A Childhood Dream Beckons | Rising Stars | OZY

In 19 days you will learn before entering battle, the Mantamaji would exchange these final words: “When we meet again, let it be in victory.” What started as a simple rallying cry gained deeper meaning over time. “Victory” became the Mantamaji’s term for the place of soul-rest. Even if they did not win the battle, the Mantamaji would live on in Victory, a land beyond the farthest desert, where it is always cool as a twilight moon.

In 21 days you will learn that the Mantamaji fought best from the shadows. For it is said that they fought darkness by becoming like water: quiet, unpredictable, slipping in through every crack. The power of water is the power of surprise. Sometimes only that surprise kept the Mantamaji from death. Legend of the Mantamaji: Book 1 http://www.amazon.com/Legend-Mantamaji-Book/dp/1930315341/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1410966045&sr=8-1&keywords=mantamaji

In 21 days you will learn that the Mantamaji fought best from the shadows. For it is said that they fought darkness by becoming like water: quiet, unpredictable, slipping in through every crack. The power of water is the power of surprise. Sometimes only that surprise kept the Mantamaji from death. Legend of the Mantamaji: Book 1 http://www.amazon.com/Legend-Mantamaji-Book/dp/1930315341/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1410966045&sr=8-1&keywords=mantamaji

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