Eowulf gets Mike Cavallaro’s Nico Bravo graphic novel spinoff


Eowulf and the Descendant’s Dilemma through Mike Cavallaro, is a mid-level graphic novel spin-off from the Graphic novel by Nico Bravo series, bought by Marc Siegel to the first second Eowulf and the Descendant’s Dilemma follows Eowulf, a pint-sized descendant of Monster Slayer Beowulf, who played a major role in Nico’s adventures and is now set to take center stage in a few of his own. Mike Cacalklaro tweeted “Glad to see this is finally announced! Thanks @PWKidsBookshelf, @ 01FirstSecond, @CarynWiseman and @AndreaBrownLit #EOWULF!” Eowulf first appeared in Nico Bravo and the Hound of Hades, so described;

Take another look at your favorite myths and legends in this hilarious new graphic novel from Mike Cavallaro! I have a problem? At Vulcan’s Celestial Supply Shop, you can find the magical merchandise to make things right. The seasoned staff, a child named Nico Bravo, a sphinx named Lula, and a unicorn named Buck, pride themselves on providing “legendary service and expertise in all areas of the Arcane.” But Nico’s world is about to be turned upside down, and it’s thanks to his latest client: Eowulf, the little descendant of monster slayer Beowulf. Determined to continue the family business, this alleged warrior plans to kill Cerberus, the terrifying three-headed dog of Hades. There is only one problem: Cerberus is the only thing preventing the hordes of the Underworld from entering the land of the living. Can Nico stop Eowulf from triggering a zombie apocalypse?

And now Eiwulf has a series all to himself. Eowulf and the Descendant’s Dilemma will be released in winter 2024 and Mike Cavallaro’s agent Caryn Wiseman at Andrea Brown Literary Agency negotiated the agreement for global rights.

First Second Books is a New York-based American publisher of graphic novels, and an imprint of Roaring Brook Press, which is part of Holtzbrinck Publishers, distributed by Macmillan, with Editorial and Creative Director Mark Siegel and Editorial Director Calista Brill.

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