Ten thousand years ago, in what would one day be known as North America, Young Hunter set out on an epic quest to overcome the Stone Giants who were terrorizing his people. Pitted against creatures of legend, Young Hunter journeyed to the innermost heart of his own humanity, even meeting the very gods of the land. He was entrusted with his tribe's most dangerous secret, a weapon that would change mankind forever.Inspired by the classic Joseph Bruchac novel, Will Davis brings a timeless story to life, as the lore of old spawns a thrilling new kind of graphic novel. Drawing from the enduring creation myths of the Abenaki nation, Dawn Land immerses readers in Young Hunter's vision quest and offers a fresh perspective on the Native American experience.
New York : First Second, 2010, c2009.
313 p. :,chiefly ill. ;,22 cm.
"Dawn land, a novel by Joseph Bruchac, was originally published by Fulcrum Publishing, Golden, Colorado, in 1993"--Colophon.
Statement of Responsibility:
story by Joseph Bruchac ; adaptation and art by Will Davis
Prehistoric peoples Comic books, strips, etc.
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