Media Release — Outside the mystical city of Shambhalla, an evil sorcerer plots to steal an artifact from a legendary cave. The only one who can help him is Shambhalla’s most nortorious thief: Ala ad-Din, better known as Aladdin. But when the sorcerer crosses Aladdin, it sparks an adventure that spans from Shambhalla’s borders to the ends of the Earth in a tale filled with magic, romance, courage and adventure.
Radical Publishing is proud to announce that for the first time ever, Aladdin: Legacy of the Lost, the fresh new take on the classic adventure tale, is now available for order in Diamond Previews in one complete trade paperback. Written by multi-Eisner nominated Ian Edginton (Victorian Undead) with gorgeous interior art by fan-favorite artist Stjepan Sejic (Witchblade) and rising star Patrick Reilly, Aladdin: Legacy of the Lost takes readers on a journey to the world of the Arabian Nights and beyond with the travels of the notorious rogue, Aladdin.
This new deluxe trade paperback collects the full miniseries with a number of extras, including an in-depth interview with critically acclaimed writer Ian Edginton, never-before-seen production renderings and a gallery featuring the internationally acclaimed artwork of Luis Royo (Heavy Metal), Marko Djurdjevic (Thor), Arthur Suydam (Marvel Zombies), Clayton Crain (X-Force) and many more.
Aladdin: Legacy of the Lost Trade Paperback is available to order now in the May 2010 edition of Diamond Previews, shipping July 2010.
The critics agree – Aladdin: Legacy of the Lost is a hit!
“In fact, Aladdin is yet another title that makes a strong case for Radical being the future of comics and the company that will continually raise fans’ expectations of what they can expect from the medium.” Jerome Maida, Philadelphia Daily News
“Radical’s interpretation of this well-known tale combines dazzling heroism in a rich fantasy realm.” Kris Bather, Broken Frontier
“Aladdin: Legacy of the Lost is a great reinterpretation of a classic tale, which brings the story up to date for a modern audience.” Edward Kaye, Hypergeek
“Fans of the Aladdin legend should really enjoy the way that Edginton keeps things familiar while still taking ownership with his intriguing changes and strong character work.” Ryan Schrodt, The Weekly Crisis