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Saint Germaine: Magus and other stories
 The lead feature is Magus which ties into the Saint Germaine storyline but stands on its own. The Magus is said to be immortal and secrets are revealed as to how he obtained his immortality. There was a heavy price to pay and now, Beelzebub, the Lord of the Flies has come to collect. Will Magus sacrifice his only daughter to this master of the darkness? Also included here are two stand alone stories. “The Tragedy of Falstaff” is based on one of William Shakespeare’s most tragic characters. In an ALL NEW story, Saint Germaine narrates a story to writer, Victor Hugo and it deals with the love and tribulations of a hunchback at the cathedral of Notre Dame. “Quasimodo’s Tale” is about a hunchback, victim of cruelty yet still manages to find something to love in the world…until it is taken away.

Story by Gary Reed
Art by Craig Brasfield, Laval Ng, Bill Bryan, James Lyle, and others.
160 pages, black and white, $14.99

ISBN: 978-0983630791

Saint Germaine: Tales of an Immortal
A collection that compiles issues 5-8 and the one shots of “Casanova’s Lament” and “Man in the Iron Mask.”  Saint Germaine is a man who lives forever, feeding off the memories of those that are about to die.  In these stories, Germaine reminisces about his old friend, Casanova; searches for the answer of who was in the Iron Mask; deals with a friend living in the past of the Sioux Ghost Dance; and delves into the origins of the being known as Kilroy.

Story by Gary Reed
Art by Andy Bennett, Tom Bionodillo, Guy Davis, Vince Locke, James Lyle.

178 pg, black and white,    $19.99
ISBN: 978-0-941613-07-1


          (the original series)

The initial Saint Germaine Storyline, released by Caliber and then collected by Image Comics.

Introducing Saint Germaine and his long time lover, Lilith.  They steal men's minds.  He is a being who claims immortality yet has died a thousand deaths.  Death to him is nothing more than a state of consciousness. Features artwork from Vince Locke (Sandman, A History of Violence, Deadworld).  

Story by Gary Reed
Art by Vince Locke, Guy Davis, Philip Xavier, Mike Perkins, Nate Pride, Laurence Campbell, and Galen Showman.

Creator Gary Reed discusses Saint Germaine at Talking Transfuzion

“---Eclectic, dense with meaning, and by no means a quick or easy read, the comic takes its pleasure in not explaining the alpha and omega of its main character. The result is a character we do not completely understand with a history we cannot penetrate---in short, the most intriguing immortal in comics since Neil Gaiman's Hob Gadling." - Barry Lyga, Diamond Comics, Under the Reading Lamp

“A jewel of writing and design… a work that dares to dream…” - Lino Terlichi, Drive Magazine

“This is more than a winner, Saint Germaine is a stunning example of the power of the medium. It should be exalted." - John L. Kruze

 "… taken alternate comics into the next level of storytelling. I am in awe." - Jazma Online

"Saint Germaine from Gary Reed has to be one of most powerful things I've ever read. Outstanding, simply outstanding. They don't get any better than this." - Alicia Simmons, Fiction World.

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