The Amory Wars | Coheed and Cambria Wiki | FANDOM powered by WikiaThe Amory Wars is the story behind Coheed And Cambria 's first five albums, told more elaborately as a series of comic books and a novel. The concept is written by Claudio Sanchez , who largely bases the stories on his experiences. The comics are published by Evil Ink Comics , Claudio's own publishing company. The story takes place in the fictional universe known as Heaven's Fence , containing seventy eight planets and seven Stars of Sirius, all held together by a beam of light known as The Keywork. However, there are also some un-catalogued races which inhabit the Fence, such as the IRO-bots and the Stars. After the scrapped issues of The Bag.
The Amory Wars.1
Coheed and Cambria on Why Their Nerdy Comic-Book Saga Had to End
The Story takes place in several volumes. In order of release they are:. I am a film and television student in my final year of studies and amateur writer. I am a Child of the Fence and have a lot to be thankful for as far as Coheed and Cambria is concerned. It is because of Claudio's terriffic work that I gained more self-confidence in regards to pursuing my own creative ventures. I created this website as a small "thank you" gesture, as well as a place where fans could go if they wanted to get a different perspective on the meaning of the songs in relation to The Story. I should stress here that I do not own any of the works on this website save for my own analytic articles.
Uh-oh, it looks like your Internet Explorer is out of date.
unraveled novel by russell jonathan
Batman: The Long Halloween
The Amory Wars , originally titled The Bag. The story of The Amory Wars is also the focus of the band's music. Each studio album released by the band with the exception of The Color Before the Sun tells a chapter in the science fiction saga originally narrated by Sanchez's lyrics. Many individual songs on these albums e. The Amory Wars is set in Heaven's Fence, a collection of 78 planets held in place by interconnecting beams of energy, known as the Keywork.
Everyone has an artist who resonates with them on a deeper level than any other. Someone who speaks to them personally, giving them a role model. As much as I want to share my excitement with others, very few people have even heard of the series. Even I only recently read the comics after years of being a Coheed and Cambria fan. Hopefully I can convince people to read the comic along the way, but at the very least this history will allow readers to jump into the latest issues. I first discovered Coheed and Cambria in high school. It was purely by chance, but the killer art of the Afterman album attracted me.
Suck it, Superman. Beneath the surface the shit hits the fan. The Story centers around the Killgannon Zelda reference? I like to think so family, Coheed and Cambria husband and wife, mother and father to Claudio, Josephine, Mathew and Maria. Coheed is left with two options kill your children or we will do it for you. Coheed and Cambria soon find out there was never a Sinstar virus at all. So why were the children killed?