Far away in a distant galaxy, the people of the planet Prysmos lived in an age of great technology. They had taken control of all of the sources of energy, and enjoyed a life of comfort and ease for 7,000 years... but this was not to last, for the realignment of the three blazing suns of Prysmos signaled the end of the age of science and technology. When all of the electrical energy have been depleted from the world, an age of magic began. But it would take some time before men would believe this.
Years passed, and as the old order collapsed a new more primitive order rose form the rubble. Knowing that the balance of power between Darkstorm and Leoric could easily be tipped, both frantically searched for a military advantage. The ancient wizards Merklyn contacted both parties and told them that he was seeking brave knights, men and women of vision, as he wished to teach them the ways of magic.
Several knights then quest for magic, with only 14 succeeding. They were rewarded by giving them animal totems, which represented their true self in animal form. Those knights who carried staffs were also given great powers, such as Wisdom, Knowledge, Destruction, Invulnerability, Fear and a variety of others. Those knights without staffs were given the ability to empower vehicles. The two sides battle each other for control of the magic, as well as the rule of New Valarak and Prysmos.
This 13 part cartoon series, 6 part comic mini-series and short lived toyline is given new life by the team behind Transformers At The Moon.
So, issue three of Visionaries has come and gone, and unlike the previous two issues we didn’t purchase this issue on the day of release. This wasn’t down to being uninterested through, we were simply too busy on the day of release to get the comic. This is the mid-story issue for the five issue limited series, so let’s crack on.
Picking up from issue two Virulina is seen recruiting more Prysmosians and Visionaries to her cause. Include are three Spectral Knights (Cryotek, Feryl and Craggor (a series two character) along with Braxe (a series two Darkling Lord). The issue also debuts Mortdredd (though you will be forgiven if you mistake him for Lexor, as their designs are very similar).
During the same seen there are a few other Spectral Knights (coloured in blue) who are drawn from the back (and front from a distance). These include Reekon (though as a Spectral Knight), what appears to be Hydron (long blonde haired male), an unknown blonde female (totem not shown), brunette unknown (probably female) with an unclear totem (next to Reekon) and an unknown male with green hair and a mask (totem not clear).