The The Seventh Dagger; "The Origin of Glory" wiki last edited by sofearna on 06/25/14 03:23PM View full history

Alan Moore is without question the most critically acclaimed and influential writer working in the industry today. His long-awaited Glory series has been eagerly anticipated for years, and now Avatar is releasing it with an all-star lineup of cover artists. This first issue finds the goddess Glory's worrying mother Demeter wondering how her daughter can ever fit in on Earth with the mortals. But her peaceful, perfect island of Thule is troubled by an unexpected visit from Lilith, queen of the underworld, who threatens to strike at Demeter where she is weakest, her daughter Glory! This issue also has a Golden Age Glory story written by Alan Moore and drawn by Melinda Gebbie! This series features the same intricately crafted plot, world renowned characterization and razor-sharp dialogue that has made Alan Moore so amazingly popular.

VariantCover ArtistltdRelease Date
LinsnerJoseph Michael Linsner
FinchDavid Finch
Finch GoldDavid Finch
wrapMarat Mychaels
MychaelsMarat Mychaels
MartinMatt Martin
DefenderKarl Waller
HaleyMatt Haley
Finch PrismDavid Finch500January 2002
FierceMatt Haley1500January 2002
Fierce EmeraldMatt Haley500January 2002
Andy ParkAndy Park2000February 2002
TroubleMarat Mychaels1000February 2002
Trouble Ruby RedMarat Mychaels250February 2002
Sean ShawSean Shaw1500March 2002
Royal BlueDavid Finch100March 2002

Finch Ruby Red

(release as set w/ #½)

David Finch400September 2002

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 Seven of Swords Possible meaning to the name "The Seventh Dagger" could be a nod to the tarot deck's minor arcana card the Seven of Swords.  In the minor arcana the swords are an "air" symbol.  They represent strength, power ans authority.  The more negativity aspects of the sword are responsibility, violence and suffering.   The actual Seven of Swords is the archetype to the thief.  The thief in the picture is trying to walk away with two much that he actually leaves two swords behind.  This ...

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