Michael Adam
Lengyel

Michael Adam Lengyel is the author/illustrator of The Mannamong comic series. Here you will find a webcomic version of the first 5 chapters, a podcast on Michael’s story art journey, the Xemn Club an insider look at The Mannamong series and a  fan store.

GRAPHIC NOVEL SERIES

THE MANNAMONG

online comic

Legends say the mannamong are spirits created by Mother Nature to guide and protect humanity. But eight-year-old Kali Teal learns they are indeed real. From an unexplained illness to a mannamong appearing in her bedroom, Kali learns one mannamong has an alternative plan that turns her life upside down. What does this mannamong want? Find out in the first volume of The Mannamong.

story artist podcast

Follow writer and artist Michael Adam Lengyel on his personal journey building his dream career in entertainment through his flagship project, The Mannamong. A supernatural fantasy graphic novel series aiming to reach animation. Discussing his creative process in writing, his inspirations growing up, and new discoveries he’ll learn about relaying stories in visual form. All through his work and sharing his thoughts on other works of fiction ranging from the movies, games, comics, and shows that he loves.

xemn club

Xemn is the ability to awaken your sixth senses to the unseen realm. Awaken yours by getting a glimpse behind the scenes of Michael Adam Lengyel’s The Mannamong comic series. Learn more about the series’s lore, witness the comic’s progression, anecdotes from the author, and access to exclusive content in the store.

Qwibble

Qwibble – The Quivering Bag of Bones is constantly rattling in his sack whenever he’s nervous or scared. Not the bravest monster to roam the realm of creepy crawlers. Don’t let his timidity fool you. When push comes to shove, Qwibble will try with all the courage he has to face his fears. But that doesn’t mean he won’t be afraid of doing it.

store

Shop for mannamong books, prints, collectible cards and enamel pins, exclusive bundles and more.

reviews

Outright Geekery
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If Mom and Dad are Potterheads along with little Billy and Suzy, then you are going to love The Mannamong. And though this book is geared for readers around 8-12, this is a series full of wonder and magic that can be enjoyed by adults as well!
The PullBox
You don't pick Tontorus… he picks you!
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Lengyel has done the improbable by crafting a story that’s geared toward a younger audience without making it unreadable for us old folks. His writing style is perfectly suited to the job, staying relatively straight forward and accessible, while slipping in sly moments of humor and just enough maturity to keep adult readers involved.
Amphibian Press
Anything that captures my child's attention so fully gets five stars!
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My son reads all the time and it's hard to keep up with him. But when this book came in the mail, I handed it to him and didn't hear from him till dinner. He's eight and was reading at the table (a no-no in our house) so I told him to put it away until after. That's when he informed me that was his second time through and he was desperate for the second book! he read it one more time during his reading time before bed and has continued to return to it between other books. The next day he brought it to school. I hope some of his friend's parents buy it. It's so worth it and I'll be keeping an eye out for book 2!
B. Everson
Looking Forward to Volume #2!
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My husband and I backed this on Kickstarter and we do not regret the pledge. The artwork is cute, friendly, and extremely approachable which contrasts with the story's rather dark premise. Furthermore, while Kali is a strong and competent protagonist, her vulnerability and confusion by her situation are palpable to a degree not often found in children's literature. Her predicament leaves her understandably bewildered and grief-stricken by the consequences of a something she never asked to be part of, but her wits and attention to detail help her find some measure of control in the madness.
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