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Witch & Wizard: The Manga, Vol. 2
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It was followed by a new book in the series each following year, with the exception of , until the release of the last book in the series, The Lost , in Two graphic novels set in the series' world were released in and through IDW Press. The novel follows fifteen-year old Wisty and her eighteen-year old brother Whit in a dystopian future where people can be brought up on charges of witchcraft. The teens and their parents are charged with witchcraft despite their claims that magic does not exist. They are taken from their parents after they begin to show magical abilities after receiving a book and drum stick and the children meet The One Who Is The One, the leader of the political party the New Order. The teens are sentenced to execution once they turn eighteen. Whit is reunited with his long lost girlfriend Celia, who reveals that she's a half-light spirit that existson an alternate dimension called the Shadowland.
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He is evil and menacing and is one year older than Wisty Allgood. Pearce appearance in the 3rd book "The Fire" as The One gives him the position as captain and the mission to capture Wisteria Allgood. He is seen to have the ability to melt people's faces off. He is later seen looking at images of Wisty on a screen. He seems to have an interest in her. Which The One instantly notices and comments on where Pearce blushes and gets aggravated saying he just was trying to see what made her so special. Pearce then starts asking why they can't just capture her and then they would have the power.