Pathfinder 2 Comic Book Review: Surprise and flashy attacks
Pathfinder 2 Review Short Version: Pathfinder 2 from Dynamite Comics picks up with the party facing off against the mutant goblins from the end of issue one and never lets off the gas. The issue is a great balance of action with some light, comedic moments and some really great momentum. Much like Valeros, the warrior of the group, Pathfinder 2 plows mercilessly from one action sequence to the next and is a great ride the whole time.
Pathfinder 2 Writer: Jim Zub
Pathfinder 2 Artist: Andrew Huerta
Pathfinder 2 gets right to business – assuming by ‘business’ you mean slaughtering goblins. The group has come across a group of goblins that have been mutated in some way and lack the basic fear that normally makes the monsters fairly easy to deal with. Pathfinder 2 is fast paced, and entertaining throughout. There’s plenty of well-orchestrated fighting to be found in Pathfinder 2, some very nicely done humor that entertains without detracting from the tone of the book, and then some more fighting. The characters have good interplay and the whole thing really does capture the feel of a roleplaying game, characters merciless running into futile combat situations and all. Pathfinder 2 is a great, fun adventure comic book that concentrates on having some fun and cracking some skulls. If you’re at all a fan of action comics, especially ones with a sense of humor, you should at least take a look. There’s a bonus section in the back with an encounter for the Pathfinder roleplaying game and two character write-ups, so that’s a bonus, although it honestly doesn’t add much to it for me. The main portion of Pathfinder 2, on the other hand, has me more excited for the future. I’m a sucker for a good action comic and this one starts fast and never lets up. Have you checked out the Pathfinder comic books? Talk about it below!