Synopses & Reviews
Hilda finds her world turned upside down as she faces the prospect of having to leave her snow-capped birthplace for the hum of the megalopolis. But why do the "Hidden Elves" want her to leave? Why is it that only she can see them? And who is the giant that turns up in the night?
Luke Pearson is the award-winning writer and illustrator of the Hildafolk series.
"[Hilda's world] is. . . a glorious, exciting if also rather menacing placeone children will be eager to enter. It's also visually arresting: exuberant and lively and faintly Miyazakian." New York Times
"Hilda is the little girl. And this is her folk tale. And pretty much everything you need to know about how good this is is there on that absolutely gorgeously delightful cover. By the end of it, youll have exactly the same smile as Hilda has." Forbidden Planet
For adults ... Pearsons measured storytelling ... and detailed, imaginative artwork make Hilda and the Bird Parade an absolute treat to dive into. Its hard to imagine a better all-ages comic will be published this year.” Slate
"very enjoyable, it's imaginative and fun for kids and adults too!" Renata Liewska, author of bestselling The Quiet Book
"If you know a young comics reader, or a a child that youd like to turn into a comics reader especially if they love fairy-tale-like stories this would be a great place to start them. Hilda isnt a superhero, but she sure saves the day." -Erica Friedman for Okazu
Re-printed due to popular demand, Hilda is back! With additional artwork and some Giant facts, Hilda fans won't be disappointed!
Re-printed due to popular demand, this new edition includes an exciting illustrated glossary of giants!
About the Author
Luke Pearson, author of Hildafolk, Hilda and the Midnight Giant, and Everything We Miss has fast become one of the leading talents of the UK comics scene, garnering rave reviews from the prestigious Times Literary Supplement and The Forbidden Planet International Blog amongst others. He was the winner of Young People's Comic category at the British Comic Award in 2012 and been nominated for the Eisner Award's Best Publication for Kids and Best Writer/Artist in 2013. He has recently worked as a storyboard artist on the cult classic show Adventure Time. Luke is a frequent contributor to a number of comic anthologies in the UK as well as self-publishing a number of small-run homemade comics.