The Books of Magic Vol. 6: The Burning Girl

The Books of Magic Vol. 6: The Burning Girl
By John Ney Rieber (writer), Peter Snejbjerg and Peter Gross with Michael Wm. Kaluta (artists)
Published by DC Comics/Vertigo
Originally released July 2000

Availability: Amazon.com
Cover price: $17.95
Format: Soft cover, color, standard-size
ISBN 1563896192

Synopsis from publisher:
An adolescent boy with unimaginable power, Tim Hunter is destined to become the greatest magic wielder of all time. But after a mystical adventure traps the young wizard in the mythical land of Faerie, he finds himself caught up in the alternate realm’s war with Hell. Now in order to save himself and the inhabitants of Faerie from an impending holocaust, the reactionary sorcerer must free his girlfriend from his jealous mother’s curse while simultaneously warding off the legions of the underworld.

Notes:

This is the seventh publication collecting The Books of Magic series of comic books. All material in this publication was written by John Ney Rieber and illustrated by Peter Snejbjerg. Peter Gross illustrated issues #39, #40 and #41. The cover was painted by Michael Wm. Kaluta.

Reprints:

  1. The Books of Magic #33 (1997)
  2. The Books of Magic #34 (1997)
  3. The Books of Magic #35 (1997)
  4. The Books of Magic #36 (1997)
  5. The Books of Magic #37 (1997)
  6. The Books of Magic #38 (1997)
  7. The Books of Magic #39 (1997)
  8. The Books of Magic #40 (1997)
  9. The Books of Magic #41 (1997)
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