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    Default Jim Zubkavich Brings Paizo's "Pathfinder" To Dynamite

    "Skullkickers" creator Jim Zubkavich will bring his writing talents to Dynamite Entertainment with the launch of "Pathfinder," a new ongoing series based on Paizo Publishing's popular RPG.


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    Wink Pathfinder rules!!!!!!

    Already added on my pull list for August!!!!!

    PAIZO ROCKS!!!! PATHFINDER IS THE BEST RPG!!!!!

    Beware IDW!!!!!!! Do not dare to produce great qualities comic books on D&D4, and you will have a big, huge kick in your ass!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by fredmanson View Post
    Beware IDW!!!!!!! Do not dare to produce great qualities comic books on D&D4, and you will have a big, huge kick in your ass!!!!
    We can't have two fantasy comic series? I'd personally be happy with more options rather than less...

    I've been a fan of Zub's work for years, definitely looking forward to checking this out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fredmanson View Post
    Already added on my pull list for August!!!!! Beware IDW!!!!!!! Do not dare to produce great qualities comic books on D&D4, and you will have a big, huge kick in your ass!!!!
    I'm going into the mindset that the Pathfinder comic has a lot to live up to for it to be as good as IDW's Dungeons & Dragons title. Of course, now that IDW has Dungeons & Dragons on indefinite hiatus, the door is wide open. (Referring to the one that got to issue 15, I was bored reading the new D&D: Forgotten Realms #1 issue)

    I also don't see why it mattered that IDW has comics 'based on' D&D4 instead of 3.5 or Pathfinder, I don't remember once in the comic one of the characters talking about how they're out of daily powers or whatever. Game mechanics don't translate to the comic aside from the world it's in, and as far as I see it, it's all fantasy.

    Looking forward to this a lot.
    Last edited by wiski; 05-16-2012 at 04:08 AM.
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