Issue #3 Of The Lion & The Unicorn Out Now!

NEW ISSUE OF GENERE BUSTING BRITISH COMIC SERIES HITS THE SHELVES

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June 2015 – The eagerly awaited third installment of the urban-mythic, sci-fantasy graphic
novel, The Lion & The Unicorn has landed. Described as having the richness and depth of
Game of Thrones with the diverse appeal of The Hunger Games, the third installement of
Volume 0, The King is Dead, is avalible now in deluxe print and extended, digital-exclusive
formats via TheLionandTheUnicorn.net

In this, the penultimate episode to Volume 0, we see our two protagonists – The Lion,
an exiled war hero and The Unicorn ‘the girl who wants to save the world’ – take a step
closer to their first meeting and the showdown that will provide the finale to this ‘prequel’
volume.

In this, the penultimate episode to Volume 0, we see our two protagonists – The Lion,
an exiled war hero and The Unicorn ‘the girl who wants to save the world’ – take a step
closer to their first meeting and the showdown that will provide the finale to this ‘prequel’
volume.

The print edition, influenced by the large format British comics of the 1980’s and 90’s is
a beautiful, oversized, 28 page magazine format, produced to extremely high standards
as ethically and environmentally as possible. Issues 1 and 2 sold out of numerous comic
shops across the UK including London’s Mega City, Orbital and Gosh!

The digital version of each edition, has been painstakingly re-formatted, specifically for viewing fullscreen a backlit on tablet devices, with the page count extended from 28 to 45

Whatever the format Pure says: “The point is to tell a great story with engaging characters
and a world to lose yourself in completely. I always wanted to push past the politics and
pop culture and create a timeless myth, a legend to inspire and entertain, to elevate and
enlighten, like all good should.“

Copies of The Lion & The Unicorn, The King is Dead can be purchased from: ComiXology
or direct from the website.

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