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A Transformational Story
The Mannamong Comics Online and Books

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The Mannamong Comic - Chapter 1 - The Girl Who Speaks to Spirits

A sickly girl is whisked away to a mysterious garden in her sleep, encountering spirits of nature known as mannamong.

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The Mannamong Comic - Chapter 2 - Fiery Desperado

The rogue mannamong responsible for making Kali sick haunts her in her bedroom.

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The Mannamong Comic - Chapter 3 - Pyrexia

Kali reflects on the toll her illness has taken on her mother and focusing her concerns on the other changes the rogue mannamong has afflicted on her.

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The Mannamong Comic - Chapter 4 - The Legend of Tontorus

An elderly man who is able to see the mannamong like Kali informs her about the rouge, named Tontorus, and the infamy behind his legend.

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The Mannamong Comic - Chapter 5 - The crimsong Pearl

Kali reunites with old family friends Jewel and Trent and encounters a mannamong named Blitzstreak, claiming to help her be rid of Tontorus.

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Who are the mannamong?

The mannamong are mythical spirits created by Mother Nature to guide and protect humanity. They were known as a legend throughout the world, something passed down through generations as a folklore tale. But they become real to one little girl in an unexpected way. Believing in the bedtime stories about the mannamong from her mother, Kali’s world is turned upside down when she learns one has been possessing her after running away from his prison. Kali struggles to convince her mother they are real.

Mannamong comic online Kali meets Gisenes

The Setting

There are two realms, the mortal and spiritual…

Earth is fictitious, with its own setting different from ours. Kali’s hometown and culture are based on modern western life. Even her ethnicity and lineage are not based on real-life groups but inspired by Native American cultures.

The spiritual realm is where almost all the mannamong resides, hiding from the mortal realm, observing humanity from a distance in a separate dimensions. Dreams are the only way for humans to interact there momentarily in an astral form until they’re awakened. Only those with heightened spiritual awareness like Kali will remember the events witnessed with clarity and have control of their movements with that realm. Mannamong traverse between the two domains using gateways only they can open.

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In a modern-day world similar to ours, legends have been told of spirits called mannamong created by Mother Nature to guide and protect humanity. These stories were believed throughout the world until they faded into myths.

The mannamong continue to roam unseen by all except for one girl Kali Teal cursed with a rogue mannamong hibernating inside her. Under his control, Kali grows deathly ill and confused by the contradiction of mannamong born to help others.

Kali must unravel the mystery behind them and this particular one holding her hostage as he hides from his pursuers. Time is running out. Her very existence is a stake.

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comic 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.
Amazon Customer
Super cute book for kids!!!
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I bought this book for my kids and they loved it!! My 9 year old read it to my 5 year old in a couple of days. They inhaled this, it was a real treat for them. If your kids like Pokemon, Digimon, etc. they will enjoy this book.
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