Art Feature: Afterlight: End of the World

Posted by on Oct 3, 2011 in General Chaos | 0 comments

Something a little different for you today, an art feature for a fantasy graphic novel. Mostly, I talk about words here, but images can relate a story just as powerfully. I got this request and I was so blown away by the artwork that I just had to show you guys some of what this artist, Joseph Corsentino, had to offer. Here’s the description:

Time of the Faeries: Afterlight is a four-part graphic novel series that explore the origins of the Faeries, the evolution of Angels and Vampires from a common Fae ancestor, and their own unique adaptations to the modern world. It follows the alliances and tensions that develop between these three species as they struggle to protect human civilization or shape it to their will. The Afterlight follows several lines of cause and effect, revealing possible versions of the Apocalypse at the hands of all three species.

In the first book, Afterlight, End of the World, we begin at the end with the Angel Apocalypse: a dying Earth, ravaged by war, now hosts only a few scattered pockets of humanity. These last survivors are being hunted to extinction by starving Angels, their energy consumed so that the Angels might live. Below ground, a small band of shape-shifting male faeries called the Phelans struggle to protect the last collection of human life in Los Angeles and a mysterious young girl who may hold the key to their survival. Above ground, as the winged forces amass to complete their genocide, a lone Angel named Halyon struggles to understand what went wrong, and why her race now hunts the very people they were charged to protect.

The 8 page Prologue is available at in digital book form.

Links (official website) <—-no trailing S at the end (Twitter) (online store) (Order The Afterlight on

Now, on to the drool-worthy art: (Click to see them bigger, it’s worth it!)

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