D&D: Infernal Tides #1 Reviews

Bravo, Bard: “a delightful adventure that pulls a lot from its inspiration without feeling like a rehash of it. With fantastic art and clever writing, this comic will please not only D&D fans, but fans of good stories in general.”

Comic Book.com: 10/10 “While Zub and Dunbar are a fantastic pairing in any circumstance, Infernal Tides feels like their strongest work to date. Dunbar’s art is absolutely phenomenal and Zub integrates elements from Descent Into Avernus effortlessly without making it feel like a rehash of the adventure.”

Comic Book University: “I think that we’re in good hands with these books.”

Here Be Wonder: 10/10 “Jim Zub and Max Dunbar have kicked off an amazing new chapter of the D&D comic and I am loving it.”

The Pullbox: 10/10 “Adventure and intrigue abound, expertly seasoned with just the right dose of humor…Layered and well-paced, we get glimpses of the horror to come and just enough information to leave us tantalized for more”

Multiversity: 8.6/10 “A fiend-fighting fun time in Baldur’s Gate, bringing the beloved band of brave heroes back to battle the forces of badness. Everyone working on this comic must have rolled a Natural 20, because it’s a critical hit.”

Reading With a Flight Ring: “The linework is exquisitely laid down and the varying weights being utilized really bring about some of the best attention to detail that you’ll see. Max and Sebastian are able to bring this to life with such awe and wonder that even the tiniest of details are displayed.”

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