At the start of the Autumn season of 1152, Saxon, Kenzie and Lieam, three of the Guard’s finest, are dispatched to find a missing merchant mouse who never arrived at his destination. Their search for the missing mouse reveals much more than they expected, as they stumble across a traitor in the Guard’s own ranks and a plot to overthrow the Guard itself in this first book of the Mouse Guard series.
In the Winter of 1152, the Guard face a food and supply sortage threatening the lives of many through a cold and icy season. Serving as diplomats Saxon, Kenzie, Lieam, and Sadie, led by Celanawe, traverse the snow blanketed territories to improve relations between cities and the Guard. This is a winter not every Guard may survive.
This prequel set in 1115 tells the story of how the wise oldfur Celanawe came to own and take up the title The Black Axe. The arrival of distant kin takes Celanawe on an adventure that will carry him across the sea and off any mouse-maps to uncharted waters and lands all while unraveling the legend of Farrer, the blacksmith who forged the mythic axe.
With rising cruelty and brutal intent from the weasels of Darkheather, Matriarch Gwendolyn is forced to throw the Mouse Guard into open war to defend the sanctity of every mouse life in the Territories in a bitter winter. Familiar Guardmice Kenzie, Saxon, Rand, Midnight, and Loukas are no longer used for patrol, but as soldiers needing to end their enemy’s ability to make war.
A storytelling contest at the June Alley Inn is the backdrop for this anthology Mouse Guard series. David Petersen handpicked the talents of: Jeremy Bastian, Ted Naifeh, Alex Sheikman, Sean Rubin, Alex Kain, Terry Moore, Gene Ha, Lowell Francis, Katie Cook, Guy Davis, Nate Pride, Jason Shawn Alexander, Karl Kerschl, Craig Rousseau, Mark Smylie & Joao Lemos to write and illustrate the stories told by the tavern mice.
June, the Inn & Barkeep at the June Alley Inn opens up her storytelling competition in the 2nd anthology of the Mouse Guard series. David Petersen handpicked the talents of: Stan Sakai, Nick Tapalansky, Alex Eckman-Lawn, Ben Caldwell, Christian Slade, Rick Geary, Jemma Salume, Eric Canette, C.P. Wilson III, Cory Godbey, Bill Willingham, Jackson Sze, Justin Gerard, &Dirk Shearer to write and illustrate the stories told by the tavern mice.
With her two storytelling competitions at the June Alley Inn being so well recieved by the mice of Barkstone and the greater Mouse Territories, June once again allows her past-due patrons to tell a tale to clear their tab in the third anthology of the Mouse Guard series. David Petersen handpicked the talents of: Mark Buckingham, Skottie Young, Hannah, Christenson, Nicole Gustafsson, C.M. Galdre, Dustin Nguyen, Kyla Vanderklugt, Mark A. Nelson, Jake Parker, Ramon Perez, Becky Cloonan, Ryan Lang, Aaron Conley, Fabian Rangel Jr., & Lauren Pettapiece to write and illustrate the stories told by the tavern mice.
Every hero was once a child, listening to stories of the heroes who came before them. It is the same with the mice of the Guard. Six mouse fables, as told to six familiar youngfurs, are collected in this book from 5 years of Free Comic Book Day stories to remind readers to be brave, stay true to yourself, and follow your heart.
In honor of the ten-year anniversary of the first self published issue, the Art of Mouse Guard 2005-2015 is a celebration of the world, characters, and process of David Petersen’s beloved series. Never-before-seen sketches, over 150 pages of full-color oversized artwork, and commentary from colleagues, collaborators, and Petersen himself in this unprecedented look behind-the-curtain.
Based on the award-winning Mouse Guard comic book and graphic novel series by David Petersen, this pen-and-paper traditional RPG designed by Luke Crane contains everything players need to know about the world of the Guard including rules for forming patrols and heading up missions into the Territories. Features artwork and extensive background material from series creator David Petersen.
1000 numbered copies of a slipcased oversized edition of Fall 1152 were produced in a way to showcase the entirety of David Petersen’s inked artwork from the Fall series at its original 12″ x 12″ size. Included are velum overlay pages to replicate the technique David used to create the weather effects in the series.
1000 numbered copies of a slipcased oversized edition of Winter 1152 were produced in a way to showcase the entirety of David Petersen’s inked artwork from the Winter series at its original 12″ x 12″ size. Included are velum overlay pages to replicate the technique David used to create the weather effects in the series.