Mouse Guard: Winter 1152

 MGW1   (Archaia, 2007–2009)

™ and © Archaia Studios Press

A direct sequel to Mouse Guard (Fall 1152), this book delves further into the magical world of mice laid out by writer/artist/creator David Petersen. In this volume, a harsh winter is about to befall the mouse people, and so Lady Gwendolyn, mistress of Lockhaven and head of the Mouse Guard, sends out a patrol in an attempt to unify the mice people and brace for the hardships to follow. “Starvation and illness will take more lives than the last winter war,” Gwendolyn forebodes, and it is just this fate she hopes to stave off… but can she?

The world of Mouse Guard is one that’s instantly attractive to fans of the fantasy genre, immediately recalling epics like The Lord of the Rings trilogy and, more specifically, the Redwall series of books. It’s no surprise that early issues of the first Mouse Guard series are incredibly hot in the collector’s market—this is one of those indie books that everyone has to get their hands on. Open it up, and you’ll see why.

— Eric Garneau

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#1

  7/1/2007
  $3.50
  $4.00
2 copies available from $3.99
 David PetersenDavid Petersen

#2

  10/1/2007
  $3.50
  $15.00
1 copy available for $9.99
 David PetersenDavid Petersen

#3

  1/1/2008
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 David PetersenDavid Petersen

#4

  7/1/2008
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 David PetersenDavid Petersen

#5

  2/1/2009
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 David PetersenDavid Petersen

#6

  5/1/2009
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Final IssueDavid PetersenDavid Petersen

Book #1 Variation A

 
  $149.95
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Limited Edition; Hardcover; Collects Mouse Guard: Winter 1152 #1-6; Dust jacket; ca. 2010David PetersenDavid Petersen

Book #1 Variation B

 
  $99.99
  $99.99
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B&W Edition; HardcoverDavid PetersenDavid Petersen

Book #1 Hardcover

 
  $24.95
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Hardcover; Collects Mouse Guard: Winter 1152 #1-6; Dust jacket; ca. 2009David PetersenDavid Petersen