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The second NORTHLANDERS collection, featuring issues #11-16, takes place during the tail end of Viking rule in Ireland. A series of mysterious murders and arsons against wealthy citizens leaves the Viking occupiers worried that a potential uprising might ignite. When surprising details involving the crimes are revealed, though, their jobs become much harder! Once again, writer Brian Wood teams with artist Ryan Kelly (Local) for an intriguing, gorgeously rendered peek at the inner workings of society.
Two nations. Two killers. This land isn't big enough for both.
Clontarf, Ireland. A.D. 1014. The Norse occupation rules the Emerald Isle ith an iron fist. But one loyal son of the land refuses to kneel before the Viking conquerors.
Known only as MAGNUS, this vicious nomad has become a one-man insurgency. And the only thing he cares about more than spilling blood of his enemies is the life of his daughter, BRIGID.
But this man of war has a dogged pursuer. LORD RAGNAR RAGNARSSON, a confidant of the King and forensic specialist, follows Magnus's trail of corpses across the countryside and soon realizes that the best way to catch the killer is to provoke his bloodlust even further.
One man, dedicated to killing his way to an end to tyranny. Another man, just as dedicated to stopping him. But in the eleventh hour, a dark secret from Magnus's past threatens to unravel both his mission and his relationship with Brigid.