Pathfinder #12 (Standard Cover—Carlos Gomez)

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Cover by Carlos Gomez
Story by Jim Zub
Interior Art by Jake Bilbao

The Pathfinder adventurers barely survived their first confrontation with Black Fang. How will they endure now that the dragon is empowered by Thelsikar's dark magic? The second Pathfinder adventure ends with wall to wall action.

The hit comic series based on Paizo’s incredible award-winning fantasy world, fiction line, and tabletop RPG continues, featuring exclusive Pathfinder bonus materials that expands upon the world of Golarion!

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I think I'm getting in early because I get the digital version (being an overseas fan).I can't help feeling this was a bit of an anticlimax. The great battle seemed a little too easy - given the serious trouble both enemy combatants have caused the party over this story arce.

On the other hand, the feelgood factor of the party affirmation is a nice - good set-up for the next phase (and a very nice resolution to that age-old RPG issue of how we keep the party together).

The real highpoint of this issue for me is that little cloud on the Kyra/Merisiel relationship. One line. Over-protective. I don't know - maybe it's because I want to see why Wesley Scheider was finally convinced that this wasn't a fan-service relationship - but I can really see this becomng an issue for these two. I think Kyra is becoming my favourite Iconic; the lass has some interesting issues buried beneath her virtues.

And Spring? For the next series So long? This is why I buy TV series by the season now. This is why I waited before getting into the comic. And now I'm caught up, and I have to wait months for the next issue. Dammit, I've become addict again. The last time this happened was around 1981 (I think) with the Dark Judges.

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