A review by teawolf
Flight, Vol. 5 by Bannister, Scott Campbell, Svetlana Chmakova, Chris Appelhans, Sonny Liew, Made, Kazu Kibuishi, Joey Weiser, JP Ahonen, Phil Craven, Matthew Bernier, Dave Roman, Richard Pose, Reagan Lodge, Kean Soo, John Martz, Tony Cliff, Ryan North, Steve Hamaker, Michel Gagné, Paul Rivoche, Sarah Mensinga, Graham Annable, Kness


My favorite of the Flight anthologies so far. I love them all, but each new one seems to be at least a bit better than the last.

There were one or two stories I didn't care much about, but I still liked them. The art is beautiful. I particularly love Michel Gagné's style in "The Broken Path". "The Aqueduct" was an interesting blend of fantasy subgenres. "The Dragon" has an interesting story and striking art, and is perhaps my favorite in the book... along with "n", "The Chosen One", and "Scenes In Which the Earth Stops Spinning and Everybody Flies Into a Wall", and numerous others...

Any lover of fiction, art, and/or graphic novels should definitely check this book out. I eagerly await the release of the next anthology in July.