Zogonia: Slice of Death
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Join the adventuring rogue Kev and his companions Domato and Dindil as they greedily explore Tony Moseley's treacherous and hilarious world of Zogonia! Delve dungeons filled with ravenous beasts, deadly traps, and even deadlier companions in this side-splitting collection of one of Dragon magazine’s most popular cartoons!
Zogonia: Slice of Death contains 64 pages of comic strips old and new, collected from the pages of Dragon. It also features an introduction by Tony Moseley revealing the artist’s look at the series.
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