Invisible Kingdom, Vol. 1

Invisible Kingdom, Vol. 1

Hugo and World Fantasy Award-winning author G. Willow Wilson (Ms. Marvel, Wonder Woman) and Eisner winning artist Christian Ward (Black Bolt) team up for this epic new sci-fi saga!

In a small solar system in a far-flung galaxy, two women--one a young religious acolyte and the other, a hard-bitten freighter pilot--uncover a conspiracy between the leaders of the most dominant religion and an all-consuming mega-corporation.

On the run from reprisals on both sides, this unlikely pair must decide where their loyalties lie--and risk plunging the world into anarchy if they reveal the truth.

One of AV Club's most anticipated comics of 2019!

Collects Invisible Kingdom #1 - #5.

Title:Invisible Kingdom, Vol. 1
Edition Language:English
ISBN:9781506712277
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    Invisible Kingdom, Vol. 1 Reviews

  • Chad

    Visually this book is stunning. Christian Ward's art is made for otherworldy sci-fi adventures. His colors pop off the page. My one complaint would be the space battles. They are overly busy and I cou...

  • Calista

    Oh geez. This started out a complete mess. It's a bunch of images and characters slapped together with little connecting threads and the reader is expected to put it together themselves. I'm tired of ...

  • Chris Lemmerman

    Look, after Ms. Marvel I'll probably follow G. Willow Wilson anywhere, but pairing her with Christian Ward is just begging me to get involved. Invisible Kingdom tells the story of two women, one a tra...

  • Rod Brown

    As with Ms. Marvel, the characters are stronger than the plot, but the whole thing is quite pleasant. We have a spaceship with a ragtag crew a la Firefly on the run from a big bad corporation and a co...

  • Sara

    Wow.Just wow.Sometimes that's all I got.Somewhere in a distant galaxy two women are on very different paths. Vess has just taken her vows as a "none" of the Renunciation, the leading religion in her w...

  • Dakota Morgan

    I kept waiting for the big reveal in Invisible Kingdom and was somewhat disappointed to close this first volume with the knowledge that it really is just about Big Business and Big Religion teaming up...

  • Rory Wilding

    My introduction to G. Willow Wilson was reading her seminal run of Ms. Marvel with artist Adrian Alphona that introduced the world to the 16-year-old Muslim superhero Kamala Khan. Not only did this co...

  • El_Commutador

    I love Dark Horse, a publisher that usually takes risks with comic books. Unfortunately, these books dont always deliver; but when one does deliver (as in this case), it does big way.Also, the fact th...

  • delaney

    3.5I got all 5 issues in a bundle (the bookstore put them all together as a set; total of $5), so I don't have this volume but I do have the 5 issues it will contain. Which, was a good thing because a...

  • RG

    Tackling alot of different difficult themes into one book is hard however thr author seems to do it well however, the sense if worldbuilding and compelling world at that gets lost amongst her message....