Hundreds of pages of breathtaking artwork collected together for the first time! The Art of Magic: the Gathering is the perfect Planeswalker companion containing hundreds of pages of art and lore from the various planes of the Multiverse.
Path of the Planeswalker is a printed collection of the online Planeswalker Web Comics series.
Written by Magic: The Gathering’s creative team, and brought to life in lavish four-color illustration by some of the industry’s best known artists, Path of the Planeswalker represents the high quality story-telling readers have come to expect from the world’s most popular trading card game.
In this action-packed volume, readers get adventures from all their favorite planeswalkers including battles between mind-mage Jace Beleren and the implusive pyromancer Chandra Naalar. The mercurial necromancer Liliana Vess tangles with the savage Garruk Wildspeaker. And we learn more of the artificer Tezzeret’s past with the Seekers of Carmot, plus much more.
In search of greater magical knowledge and on the hunt for the people who destroyed his town, Dack Fayden is the greatest thief in the Multiverse. When he gets his hands on his latest prize, though, he has no idea where it will lead him - or to who!
In search of greater knowledge and on the hunt for the people who destroyed his town, Dack Fayden is the greatest thief in the Multiverse. When he gets his hands on his latest prize, though, he has no idea where it will lead him - or to who! Collects 16 issues of IDW's Magic: The Gathering Dack Fayden storyline.
Cardboard Crack features comics about the world's most addictive game, Magic: The Gathering. Since first appearing online in March 2013, Cardboard Crack has gained many thousands of dedicated followers and many millions of page views. It also has received links from a variety of prominent personalities in the Magic community, from Aaron Forsythe (current director of Magic: The Gathering R&D) to Jon Finkel (widely regarded as one of the greatest Magic players of all-time).
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