3-page Previews: Rage – Bane of Demons

Rage - Band of Demons

Rage – Band of Demons

Rage, Bane of Demons is a Graphic Novel written by Eric Peyron and painted by Thony Silas on sale on most digital devices. Follow the adventures of Rage, Nicodemus, Ariane and Tuk, as they try to get rid of the demons invading the Kingdom of Arthkan! For more info about the first Graphic Novel and the Rage Series, connect to the Rage Website, at http://www.ragewebsite.com.

Rage - Bane of Demons page 10

Rage – Bane of Demons page 10

I have been asked to choose three pages and write a few words about it, so I chose to showcase the pages that best describe the tone of the story. In the first part of the story, High Mage Nicodemus has been sent by his king to free Rage, a creature made by the Gods thousands of years ago to kill demons. As Rage tended to kill humans too, the Gods imprisonned him in a mountain, where he still lies to this day. In this page, Nicodemus has found him and is going to free him under conditions. I needed this dialog between the two main characters to clearly establish what their relation will be.

Rage - Bane of Demons page 17

Rage – Bane of Demons page 17

Rage is free and under the spell of Nicodemus. He can’t hurt anyone unless Nicodemus allows him to do so. But he kept his free will, and Nicodemus left him alone for a little while. In a previous page, it was established that after being imprisoned for so long, he needed food, drinks and girls. So Nicodemus took him to an inn. In this scene, I wanted to make clear that Rage definitely isn’t a good barbarian. Gods actually created him as the ultimate caveman, and he is mostly a nightmare waiting to happen.

Rage - Bane of Demons page 37

Rage – Bane of Demons page 37

I didn’t quite know which page to choose for this third page without spoiling surprises. So, here is a beautiful splash page showing Rage and Nicodemus entering the Fortress of Kahel, which has been taken by demons a few months ago. Rage is going to fight Master Demon Torg, the bad guy of the story. The image speaks for itself.

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