Maria and her friends are back in a collection of stories that offer a glimpse into their past, present, and future. From Viv’s journey to France, to a day in the life of Maria and her owl companions, and even a brief peek at the result of Ezekiel’s judgment, Maria the Virgin Witch: Exhibition allows fans of the series to enjoy their favorite characters once more with new and untold stories.
Maria has flaunted her magic one time too many under the watch of the Church of Heaven, and for this she has paid dearly, as a strike by the archangel Michael’s spear leaves her hanging on to life by a thread. But for all her ostentation, her devotion to ending the cruelty of war has firmly placed her in the hearts of those around her, and they won’t allow Maria’s mission to end here, even if it means standing against the awesome might of an angel. They say that love conquers all, but will passionate pleas and a show of bravery from Maria’s friends be enough to sway the judgment of the heavens?
After an intervention brought about by the archangel Michael, Maria must stop interfering in the lives of humans or face harsh punishment. But as the battle between England and France continues along its seemingly endless path of destruction, Maria isn’t going to let a stern warning and Michael’s puny dove familiar prevent her from stopping the thing she hates most in this world. With her powerful magic and a few dirty tricks she’ll do all that she can to stop the madness, but is one witch enough to bring peace to the world?
As a war to determine the rightful ruler of medieval France ravages the land, it seems that the only hope for most, is protection from the heavens above through prayer. But deep in the forest outside of a small, bucolic village, the witch Maria will not stand idly by as men kill each other and commit horrendous acts in the name of God and glory. Using her powerful magic, she’ll summon various beasts and demons―even going as far as using a succubus to seduce soldiers into submission under the veil of night―all to stop the needless slaughter. However, Maria’s display of her magical might has drawn the ire of the Kingdom of Heaven and after the Archangel Michael puts an end to her meddling, he curses her to lose her powers if she ever gives up her virginity. Will she forgo the forbidden fruit of adulthood in order to bring an end to the merciless machine of war?