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Coheed Kilgannon's suburban world is turned upside down by General Mayo Deftinwolf, who explains the nightmares of torture that violate Coheed's dreams are real – and that Coheed and his family play a crucial piece in a terrorist plot to destroy all the worlds of the Keywork. To save these worlds, Coheed and his wife, Cambria, must do the unthinkable...

From the imagination of Claudio Sanchez, the creative mind behind the music sensation Coheed and Cambria, comes a science fiction epic in the tradition of Star Wars and The Matrix – a new, star-spanning mythology, rooted in the story of one simple family. Hold on tight. The Amory Wars start here!                               

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What ever happened to Evil Ink's Second Stage Turbine Blade? 0

Unfortunately, Claudio Sanchez's Image debut pales in comparison to his unfinished Evil Ink saga. Amory Wars Second Stage Turbine Blade, Part 1 is the watered- and dumbed-down skeletal remains of its former glory, gutted of all the original's substance and singularity. I suppose Sanchez assumed all of his readers were already caught up on the hard to find Evil Ink version of the story and felt it wouldn't be necessary to do anymore than briefly cover the story's background and characters. It is ...

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