The Fellowship was fortunate enough to obtain a copy of PATHFINDER #1 from Dynamite Entertainment. Jim Zub writes, and Andrew Huerta draws.
A group of Varisia’s adventurers have stumbled across a bit of a goblin problem near the city of
Not only are these goblins attacking in the daytime, they also appear to be
infected by something rather nasty. So when the team finds a large concentration
of the foul creatures, quick action is needed. Will our heroes measure up to
The first thing I noticed in this issue is its pacing; this book is non-stop action and movement. It uses some of that action in introducing characters (which is essential in a first issue), but it does so in a way that doesn’t slow the manic pace. It uses combat banter to characterize (and a tavern brawl, too), and very nice art to keep the action flowing (including just a little gore). Overall I think this is a solid introduction to what should be a thrill ride of a title.
Fantasy roleplaying games now have yet another very good comic adaptation here. As a fan of both, I’m excited about this title.
PATHFINDER #1 is available now at your FLCS or by order from dynamite.net.
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