Rick and Morty vs. Dungeons & Dragons #4

Rick and Morty vs. Dungeons & Dragons #4

Dungeons & Morty & Destruction & Death & Rick & Swords & Sassery & Hashtag & Ampersand & It all ends here, people & oh, yeah?Dragons....

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Title:Rick and Morty vs. Dungeons & Dragons #4
Author:Patrick Rothfuss
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Genres:Sequential Art
ISBN:B07HYGP6Z3
Edition Language:English
Format Type:Kindle Edition
Number of Pages:37 pages pages

Rick and Morty vs. Dungeons & Dragons #4 Reviews

  • Shannon
    Feb 01, 2019

    3.5 ...

  • Jaime
    Feb 01, 2019

    3.5 ...

    The art is incredible and manages to evoke so much expression from characters designed to be simple (read: artfully, deliberately crappy-looking) yet animated. And the writing? First, if this was part of the TV series it would be on-par with some of the best-written episodes. Secon...

    Entertaining 'til the end, even when you already know the (very) slight moral finger-wagging and praising children above all tales that are being told, because they almost exactly mirror Rothfuss' talking points on conventions over the last five or so years ? thankfully, he never let...

    It was an okay ending to the series. The actual last battle wasn't as involved as I'd thought it would've been. Overall, this series was probably just about having fun with the characters in the D&D world, but the problem I had was that they weren't always their characters from the...

    "Are we the baddies?" Yes, yes you are. The final issue of the series hits a few of points, and touches on them rather well I think. Monstrous races are not always evil because they're monsters. The DM is not the enemy of the players, but the facilitator of their story. I like th...

    I?m not really a Rick and Morty fan, or at least I wasn?t until I read this series. I saw people tweeting the McElroy boys who are mention briefly in volume one, and I am head over heels for The Adventure Zone and am slowly getting into DnD, so I picked up the first issue on a whim...

    Feels rushed The ending is fine but it feels like 2 issues worth of content was squeezed in here. Some abrupt transitions. Gorgeous art at the end! ...

    Jerry is awesome in this one. LOL ...

    Summer! ...

    Really enjoyed this whole storyline and ending ...

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  • Kyle
    Dec 04, 2018

    3.5 ...

    The art is incredible and manages to evoke so much expression from characters designed to be simple (read: artfully, deliberately crappy-looking) yet animated. And the writing? First, if this was part of the TV series it would be on-par with some of the best-written episodes. Secon...

    Entertaining 'til the end, even when you already know the (very) slight moral finger-wagging and praising children above all tales that are being told, because they almost exactly mirror Rothfuss' talking points on conventions over the last five or so years ? thankfully, he never let...

    It was an okay ending to the series. The actual last battle wasn't as involved as I'd thought it would've been. Overall, this series was probably just about having fun with the characters in the D&D world, but the problem I had was that they weren't always their characters from the...

    "Are we the baddies?" Yes, yes you are. The final issue of the series hits a few of points, and touches on them rather well I think. Monstrous races are not always evil because they're monsters. The DM is not the enemy of the players, but the facilitator of their story. I like th...

    I?m not really a Rick and Morty fan, or at least I wasn?t until I read this series. I saw people tweeting the McElroy boys who are mention briefly in volume one, and I am head over heels for The Adventure Zone and am slowly getting into DnD, so I picked up the first issue on a whim...

    Feels rushed The ending is fine but it feels like 2 issues worth of content was squeezed in here. Some abrupt transitions. Gorgeous art at the end! ...

    Jerry is awesome in this one. LOL ...

    Summer! ...

    Really enjoyed this whole storyline and ending ...

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  • David
    Feb 05, 2019

    3.5 ...

    The art is incredible and manages to evoke so much expression from characters designed to be simple (read: artfully, deliberately crappy-looking) yet animated. And the writing? First, if this was part of the TV series it would be on-par with some of the best-written episodes. Secon...

    Entertaining 'til the end, even when you already know the (very) slight moral finger-wagging and praising children above all tales that are being told, because they almost exactly mirror Rothfuss' talking points on conventions over the last five or so years ? thankfully, he never let...

    It was an okay ending to the series. The actual last battle wasn't as involved as I'd thought it would've been. Overall, this series was probably just about having fun with the characters in the D&D world, but the problem I had was that they weren't always their characters from the...

    "Are we the baddies?" Yes, yes you are. The final issue of the series hits a few of points, and touches on them rather well I think. Monstrous races are not always evil because they're monsters. The DM is not the enemy of the players, but the facilitator of their story. I like th...

    I?m not really a Rick and Morty fan, or at least I wasn?t until I read this series. I saw people tweeting the McElroy boys who are mention briefly in volume one, and I am head over heels for The Adventure Zone and am slowly getting into DnD, so I picked up the first issue on a whim...

    Feels rushed The ending is fine but it feels like 2 issues worth of content was squeezed in here. Some abrupt transitions. Gorgeous art at the end! ...

    Jerry is awesome in this one. LOL ...

    Summer! ...

    Really enjoyed this whole storyline and ending ...

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  • Sam
    Jan 31, 2019

    3.5 ...

    The art is incredible and manages to evoke so much expression from characters designed to be simple (read: artfully, deliberately crappy-looking) yet animated. And the writing? First, if this was part of the TV series it would be on-par with some of the best-written episodes. Secon...

    Entertaining 'til the end, even when you already know the (very) slight moral finger-wagging and praising children above all tales that are being told, because they almost exactly mirror Rothfuss' talking points on conventions over the last five or so years ? thankfully, he never let...

    It was an okay ending to the series. The actual last battle wasn't as involved as I'd thought it would've been. Overall, this series was probably just about having fun with the characters in the D&D world, but the problem I had was that they weren't always their characters from the...

    "Are we the baddies?" Yes, yes you are. The final issue of the series hits a few of points, and touches on them rather well I think. Monstrous races are not always evil because they're monsters. The DM is not the enemy of the players, but the facilitator of their story. I like th...

    I?m not really a Rick and Morty fan, or at least I wasn?t until I read this series. I saw people tweeting the McElroy boys who are mention briefly in volume one, and I am head over heels for The Adventure Zone and am slowly getting into DnD, so I picked up the first issue on a whim...

    Feels rushed The ending is fine but it feels like 2 issues worth of content was squeezed in here. Some abrupt transitions. Gorgeous art at the end! ...

    Jerry is awesome in this one. LOL ...

    Summer! ...

  • David(LA,CA)
    Feb 06, 2019

    3.5 ...

    The art is incredible and manages to evoke so much expression from characters designed to be simple (read: artfully, deliberately crappy-looking) yet animated. And the writing? First, if this was part of the TV series it would be on-par with some of the best-written episodes. Secon...

    Entertaining 'til the end, even when you already know the (very) slight moral finger-wagging and praising children above all tales that are being told, because they almost exactly mirror Rothfuss' talking points on conventions over the last five or so years ? thankfully, he never let...

    It was an okay ending to the series. The actual last battle wasn't as involved as I'd thought it would've been. Overall, this series was probably just about having fun with the characters in the D&D world, but the problem I had was that they weren't always their characters from the...

    "Are we the baddies?" Yes, yes you are. The final issue of the series hits a few of points, and touches on them rather well I think. Monstrous races are not always evil because they're monsters. The DM is not the enemy of the players, but the facilitator of their story. I like th...

  • Adderson
    Feb 01, 2019

    3.5 ...

    The art is incredible and manages to evoke so much expression from characters designed to be simple (read: artfully, deliberately crappy-looking) yet animated. And the writing? First, if this was part of the TV series it would be on-par with some of the best-written episodes. Secon...

    Entertaining 'til the end, even when you already know the (very) slight moral finger-wagging and praising children above all tales that are being told, because they almost exactly mirror Rothfuss' talking points on conventions over the last five or so years ? thankfully, he never let...

    It was an okay ending to the series. The actual last battle wasn't as involved as I'd thought it would've been. Overall, this series was probably just about having fun with the characters in the D&D world, but the problem I had was that they weren't always their characters from the...

    "Are we the baddies?" Yes, yes you are. The final issue of the series hits a few of points, and touches on them rather well I think. Monstrous races are not always evil because they're monsters. The DM is not the enemy of the players, but the facilitator of their story. I like th...

    I?m not really a Rick and Morty fan, or at least I wasn?t until I read this series. I saw people tweeting the McElroy boys who are mention briefly in volume one, and I am head over heels for The Adventure Zone and am slowly getting into DnD, so I picked up the first issue on a whim...

    Feels rushed The ending is fine but it feels like 2 issues worth of content was squeezed in here. Some abrupt transitions. Gorgeous art at the end! ...

    Jerry is awesome in this one. LOL ...

    Summer! ...

    Really enjoyed this whole storyline and ending ...

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  • Alicia
    Feb 18, 2019

    3.5 ...

    The art is incredible and manages to evoke so much expression from characters designed to be simple (read: artfully, deliberately crappy-looking) yet animated. And the writing? First, if this was part of the TV series it would be on-par with some of the best-written episodes. Secon...

    Entertaining 'til the end, even when you already know the (very) slight moral finger-wagging and praising children above all tales that are being told, because they almost exactly mirror Rothfuss' talking points on conventions over the last five or so years ? thankfully, he never let...

    It was an okay ending to the series. The actual last battle wasn't as involved as I'd thought it would've been. Overall, this series was probably just about having fun with the characters in the D&D world, but the problem I had was that they weren't always their characters from the...

    "Are we the baddies?" Yes, yes you are. The final issue of the series hits a few of points, and touches on them rather well I think. Monstrous races are not always evil because they're monsters. The DM is not the enemy of the players, but the facilitator of their story. I like th...

    I?m not really a Rick and Morty fan, or at least I wasn?t until I read this series. I saw people tweeting the McElroy boys who are mention briefly in volume one, and I am head over heels for The Adventure Zone and am slowly getting into DnD, so I picked up the first issue on a whim...

    Feels rushed The ending is fine but it feels like 2 issues worth of content was squeezed in here. Some abrupt transitions. Gorgeous art at the end! ...

    Jerry is awesome in this one. LOL ...

    Summer! ...

    Really enjoyed this whole storyline and ending ...

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  • Harriet
    Jan 30, 2019

    3.5 ...

    The art is incredible and manages to evoke so much expression from characters designed to be simple (read: artfully, deliberately crappy-looking) yet animated. And the writing? First, if this was part of the TV series it would be on-par with some of the best-written episodes. Secon...

    Entertaining 'til the end, even when you already know the (very) slight moral finger-wagging and praising children above all tales that are being told, because they almost exactly mirror Rothfuss' talking points on conventions over the last five or so years ? thankfully, he never let...

    It was an okay ending to the series. The actual last battle wasn't as involved as I'd thought it would've been. Overall, this series was probably just about having fun with the characters in the D&D world, but the problem I had was that they weren't always their characters from the...

    "Are we the baddies?" Yes, yes you are. The final issue of the series hits a few of points, and touches on them rather well I think. Monstrous races are not always evil because they're monsters. The DM is not the enemy of the players, but the facilitator of their story. I like th...

    I?m not really a Rick and Morty fan, or at least I wasn?t until I read this series. I saw people tweeting the McElroy boys who are mention briefly in volume one, and I am head over heels for The Adventure Zone and am slowly getting into DnD, so I picked up the first issue on a whim...

    Feels rushed The ending is fine but it feels like 2 issues worth of content was squeezed in here. Some abrupt transitions. Gorgeous art at the end! ...

    Jerry is awesome in this one. LOL ...

    Summer! ...

    Really enjoyed this whole storyline and ending ...

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  • Luis Moreno
    Feb 06, 2019

    3.5 ...

    The art is incredible and manages to evoke so much expression from characters designed to be simple (read: artfully, deliberately crappy-looking) yet animated. And the writing? First, if this was part of the TV series it would be on-par with some of the best-written episodes. Secon...

    Entertaining 'til the end, even when you already know the (very) slight moral finger-wagging and praising children above all tales that are being told, because they almost exactly mirror Rothfuss' talking points on conventions over the last five or so years ? thankfully, he never let...

    It was an okay ending to the series. The actual last battle wasn't as involved as I'd thought it would've been. Overall, this series was probably just about having fun with the characters in the D&D world, but the problem I had was that they weren't always their characters from the...

    "Are we the baddies?" Yes, yes you are. The final issue of the series hits a few of points, and touches on them rather well I think. Monstrous races are not always evil because they're monsters. The DM is not the enemy of the players, but the facilitator of their story. I like th...

    I?m not really a Rick and Morty fan, or at least I wasn?t until I read this series. I saw people tweeting the McElroy boys who are mention briefly in volume one, and I am head over heels for The Adventure Zone and am slowly getting into DnD, so I picked up the first issue on a whim...

    Feels rushed The ending is fine but it feels like 2 issues worth of content was squeezed in here. Some abrupt transitions. Gorgeous art at the end! ...

    Jerry is awesome in this one. LOL ...

    Summer! ...

    Really enjoyed this whole storyline and ending ...

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  • Kevin Bose
    Mar 12, 2019

    3.5 ...

    The art is incredible and manages to evoke so much expression from characters designed to be simple (read: artfully, deliberately crappy-looking) yet animated. And the writing? First, if this was part of the TV series it would be on-par with some of the best-written episodes. Secon...

    Entertaining 'til the end, even when you already know the (very) slight moral finger-wagging and praising children above all tales that are being told, because they almost exactly mirror Rothfuss' talking points on conventions over the last five or so years ? thankfully, he never let...

    It was an okay ending to the series. The actual last battle wasn't as involved as I'd thought it would've been. Overall, this series was probably just about having fun with the characters in the D&D world, but the problem I had was that they weren't always their characters from the...

    "Are we the baddies?" Yes, yes you are. The final issue of the series hits a few of points, and touches on them rather well I think. Monstrous races are not always evil because they're monsters. The DM is not the enemy of the players, but the facilitator of their story. I like th...

    I?m not really a Rick and Morty fan, or at least I wasn?t until I read this series. I saw people tweeting the McElroy boys who are mention briefly in volume one, and I am head over heels for The Adventure Zone and am slowly getting into DnD, so I picked up the first issue on a whim...

    Feels rushed The ending is fine but it feels like 2 issues worth of content was squeezed in here. Some abrupt transitions. Gorgeous art at the end! ...

    Jerry is awesome in this one. LOL ...

    Summer! ...

    Really enjoyed this whole storyline and ending ...

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  • Sierra the Nerdgirl
    Mar 24, 2019

    3.5 ...

    The art is incredible and manages to evoke so much expression from characters designed to be simple (read: artfully, deliberately crappy-looking) yet animated. And the writing? First, if this was part of the TV series it would be on-par with some of the best-written episodes. Secon...

    Entertaining 'til the end, even when you already know the (very) slight moral finger-wagging and praising children above all tales that are being told, because they almost exactly mirror Rothfuss' talking points on conventions over the last five or so years ? thankfully, he never let...

    It was an okay ending to the series. The actual last battle wasn't as involved as I'd thought it would've been. Overall, this series was probably just about having fun with the characters in the D&D world, but the problem I had was that they weren't always their characters from the...

    "Are we the baddies?" Yes, yes you are. The final issue of the series hits a few of points, and touches on them rather well I think. Monstrous races are not always evil because they're monsters. The DM is not the enemy of the players, but the facilitator of their story. I like th...

    I?m not really a Rick and Morty fan, or at least I wasn?t until I read this series. I saw people tweeting the McElroy boys who are mention briefly in volume one, and I am head over heels for The Adventure Zone and am slowly getting into DnD, so I picked up the first issue on a whim...

    Feels rushed The ending is fine but it feels like 2 issues worth of content was squeezed in here. Some abrupt transitions. Gorgeous art at the end! ...

    Jerry is awesome in this one. LOL ...

    Summer! ...

    Really enjoyed this whole storyline and ending ...

  • Jason Price
    Feb 03, 2019

    3.5 ...

    The art is incredible and manages to evoke so much expression from characters designed to be simple (read: artfully, deliberately crappy-looking) yet animated. And the writing? First, if this was part of the TV series it would be on-par with some of the best-written episodes. Secon...

    Entertaining 'til the end, even when you already know the (very) slight moral finger-wagging and praising children above all tales that are being told, because they almost exactly mirror Rothfuss' talking points on conventions over the last five or so years ? thankfully, he never let...

    It was an okay ending to the series. The actual last battle wasn't as involved as I'd thought it would've been. Overall, this series was probably just about having fun with the characters in the D&D world, but the problem I had was that they weren't always their characters from the...

    "Are we the baddies?" Yes, yes you are. The final issue of the series hits a few of points, and touches on them rather well I think. Monstrous races are not always evil because they're monsters. The DM is not the enemy of the players, but the facilitator of their story. I like th...

    I?m not really a Rick and Morty fan, or at least I wasn?t until I read this series. I saw people tweeting the McElroy boys who are mention briefly in volume one, and I am head over heels for The Adventure Zone and am slowly getting into DnD, so I picked up the first issue on a whim...

    Feels rushed The ending is fine but it feels like 2 issues worth of content was squeezed in here. Some abrupt transitions. Gorgeous art at the end! ...

    Jerry is awesome in this one. LOL ...

    Summer! ...

    Really enjoyed this whole storyline and ending ...

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  • Scott Cooper
    Feb 03, 2019

    3.5 ...

    The art is incredible and manages to evoke so much expression from characters designed to be simple (read: artfully, deliberately crappy-looking) yet animated. And the writing? First, if this was part of the TV series it would be on-par with some of the best-written episodes. Secon...

    Entertaining 'til the end, even when you already know the (very) slight moral finger-wagging and praising children above all tales that are being told, because they almost exactly mirror Rothfuss' talking points on conventions over the last five or so years ? thankfully, he never let...

    It was an okay ending to the series. The actual last battle wasn't as involved as I'd thought it would've been. Overall, this series was probably just about having fun with the characters in the D&D world, but the problem I had was that they weren't always their characters from the...

    "Are we the baddies?" Yes, yes you are. The final issue of the series hits a few of points, and touches on them rather well I think. Monstrous races are not always evil because they're monsters. The DM is not the enemy of the players, but the facilitator of their story. I like th...

    I?m not really a Rick and Morty fan, or at least I wasn?t until I read this series. I saw people tweeting the McElroy boys who are mention briefly in volume one, and I am head over heels for The Adventure Zone and am slowly getting into DnD, so I picked up the first issue on a whim...

    Feels rushed The ending is fine but it feels like 2 issues worth of content was squeezed in here. Some abrupt transitions. Gorgeous art at the end! ...

    Jerry is awesome in this one. LOL ...

    Summer! ...

    Really enjoyed this whole storyline and ending ...

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  • Kiera
    Jan 30, 2019

    3.5 ...

    The art is incredible and manages to evoke so much expression from characters designed to be simple (read: artfully, deliberately crappy-looking) yet animated. And the writing? First, if this was part of the TV series it would be on-par with some of the best-written episodes. Secon...

    Entertaining 'til the end, even when you already know the (very) slight moral finger-wagging and praising children above all tales that are being told, because they almost exactly mirror Rothfuss' talking points on conventions over the last five or so years ? thankfully, he never let...

    It was an okay ending to the series. The actual last battle wasn't as involved as I'd thought it would've been. Overall, this series was probably just about having fun with the characters in the D&D world, but the problem I had was that they weren't always their characters from the...

    "Are we the baddies?" Yes, yes you are. The final issue of the series hits a few of points, and touches on them rather well I think. Monstrous races are not always evil because they're monsters. The DM is not the enemy of the players, but the facilitator of their story. I like th...

    I?m not really a Rick and Morty fan, or at least I wasn?t until I read this series. I saw people tweeting the McElroy boys who are mention briefly in volume one, and I am head over heels for The Adventure Zone and am slowly getting into DnD, so I picked up the first issue on a whim...

    Feels rushed The ending is fine but it feels like 2 issues worth of content was squeezed in here. Some abrupt transitions. Gorgeous art at the end! ...

    Jerry is awesome in this one. LOL ...

    Summer! ...

    Really enjoyed this whole storyline and ending ...

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  • Ipek
    Feb 14, 2019

    3.5 ...

    The art is incredible and manages to evoke so much expression from characters designed to be simple (read: artfully, deliberately crappy-looking) yet animated. And the writing? First, if this was part of the TV series it would be on-par with some of the best-written episodes. Secon...

    Entertaining 'til the end, even when you already know the (very) slight moral finger-wagging and praising children above all tales that are being told, because they almost exactly mirror Rothfuss' talking points on conventions over the last five or so years ? thankfully, he never let...

    It was an okay ending to the series. The actual last battle wasn't as involved as I'd thought it would've been. Overall, this series was probably just about having fun with the characters in the D&D world, but the problem I had was that they weren't always their characters from the...

    "Are we the baddies?" Yes, yes you are. The final issue of the series hits a few of points, and touches on them rather well I think. Monstrous races are not always evil because they're monsters. The DM is not the enemy of the players, but the facilitator of their story. I like th...

    I?m not really a Rick and Morty fan, or at least I wasn?t until I read this series. I saw people tweeting the McElroy boys who are mention briefly in volume one, and I am head over heels for The Adventure Zone and am slowly getting into DnD, so I picked up the first issue on a whim...

    Feels rushed The ending is fine but it feels like 2 issues worth of content was squeezed in here. Some abrupt transitions. Gorgeous art at the end! ...

    Jerry is awesome in this one. LOL ...

    Summer! ...

    Really enjoyed this whole storyline and ending ...

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  • Jannik
    Apr 02, 2019

    3.5 ...

    The art is incredible and manages to evoke so much expression from characters designed to be simple (read: artfully, deliberately crappy-looking) yet animated. And the writing? First, if this was part of the TV series it would be on-par with some of the best-written episodes. Secon...

    Entertaining 'til the end, even when you already know the (very) slight moral finger-wagging and praising children above all tales that are being told, because they almost exactly mirror Rothfuss' talking points on conventions over the last five or so years ? thankfully, he never let...

  • Nixie
    Feb 04, 2019

    3.5 ...

    The art is incredible and manages to evoke so much expression from characters designed to be simple (read: artfully, deliberately crappy-looking) yet animated. And the writing? First, if this was part of the TV series it would be on-par with some of the best-written episodes. Secon...

    Entertaining 'til the end, even when you already know the (very) slight moral finger-wagging and praising children above all tales that are being told, because they almost exactly mirror Rothfuss' talking points on conventions over the last five or so years ? thankfully, he never let...

    It was an okay ending to the series. The actual last battle wasn't as involved as I'd thought it would've been. Overall, this series was probably just about having fun with the characters in the D&D world, but the problem I had was that they weren't always their characters from the...

    "Are we the baddies?" Yes, yes you are. The final issue of the series hits a few of points, and touches on them rather well I think. Monstrous races are not always evil because they're monsters. The DM is not the enemy of the players, but the facilitator of their story. I like th...

    I?m not really a Rick and Morty fan, or at least I wasn?t until I read this series. I saw people tweeting the McElroy boys who are mention briefly in volume one, and I am head over heels for The Adventure Zone and am slowly getting into DnD, so I picked up the first issue on a whim...

    Feels rushed The ending is fine but it feels like 2 issues worth of content was squeezed in here. Some abrupt transitions. Gorgeous art at the end! ...

    Jerry is awesome in this one. LOL ...

    Summer! ...

    Really enjoyed this whole storyline and ending ...

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  • Donald Larocque
    Mar 25, 2019

    3.5 ...

    The art is incredible and manages to evoke so much expression from characters designed to be simple (read: artfully, deliberately crappy-looking) yet animated. And the writing? First, if this was part of the TV series it would be on-par with some of the best-written episodes. Secon...

    Entertaining 'til the end, even when you already know the (very) slight moral finger-wagging and praising children above all tales that are being told, because they almost exactly mirror Rothfuss' talking points on conventions over the last five or so years ? thankfully, he never let...

    It was an okay ending to the series. The actual last battle wasn't as involved as I'd thought it would've been. Overall, this series was probably just about having fun with the characters in the D&D world, but the problem I had was that they weren't always their characters from the...

    "Are we the baddies?" Yes, yes you are. The final issue of the series hits a few of points, and touches on them rather well I think. Monstrous races are not always evil because they're monsters. The DM is not the enemy of the players, but the facilitator of their story. I like th...

    I?m not really a Rick and Morty fan, or at least I wasn?t until I read this series. I saw people tweeting the McElroy boys who are mention briefly in volume one, and I am head over heels for The Adventure Zone and am slowly getting into DnD, so I picked up the first issue on a whim...

    Feels rushed The ending is fine but it feels like 2 issues worth of content was squeezed in here. Some abrupt transitions. Gorgeous art at the end! ...

    Jerry is awesome in this one. LOL ...

    Summer! ...

    Really enjoyed this whole storyline and ending ...

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  • Kevin Jones
    Feb 03, 2019

    3.5 ...

    The art is incredible and manages to evoke so much expression from characters designed to be simple (read: artfully, deliberately crappy-looking) yet animated. And the writing? First, if this was part of the TV series it would be on-par with some of the best-written episodes. Secon...

    Entertaining 'til the end, even when you already know the (very) slight moral finger-wagging and praising children above all tales that are being told, because they almost exactly mirror Rothfuss' talking points on conventions over the last five or so years ? thankfully, he never let...

    It was an okay ending to the series. The actual last battle wasn't as involved as I'd thought it would've been. Overall, this series was probably just about having fun with the characters in the D&D world, but the problem I had was that they weren't always their characters from the...

  • Samuel Regueira
    Apr 17, 2019

    3.5 ...

    The art is incredible and manages to evoke so much expression from characters designed to be simple (read: artfully, deliberately crappy-looking) yet animated. And the writing? First, if this was part of the TV series it would be on-par with some of the best-written episodes. Secon...

    Entertaining 'til the end, even when you already know the (very) slight moral finger-wagging and praising children above all tales that are being told, because they almost exactly mirror Rothfuss' talking points on conventions over the last five or so years ? thankfully, he never let...

    It was an okay ending to the series. The actual last battle wasn't as involved as I'd thought it would've been. Overall, this series was probably just about having fun with the characters in the D&D world, but the problem I had was that they weren't always their characters from the...

    "Are we the baddies?" Yes, yes you are. The final issue of the series hits a few of points, and touches on them rather well I think. Monstrous races are not always evil because they're monsters. The DM is not the enemy of the players, but the facilitator of their story. I like th...

    I?m not really a Rick and Morty fan, or at least I wasn?t until I read this series. I saw people tweeting the McElroy boys who are mention briefly in volume one, and I am head over heels for The Adventure Zone and am slowly getting into DnD, so I picked up the first issue on a whim...

    Feels rushed The ending is fine but it feels like 2 issues worth of content was squeezed in here. Some abrupt transitions. Gorgeous art at the end! ...

    Jerry is awesome in this one. LOL ...

    Summer! ...

    Really enjoyed this whole storyline and ending ...

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  • Brenna Clark
    Jan 30, 2019

    3.5 ...

    The art is incredible and manages to evoke so much expression from characters designed to be simple (read: artfully, deliberately crappy-looking) yet animated. And the writing? First, if this was part of the TV series it would be on-par with some of the best-written episodes. Secon...

    Entertaining 'til the end, even when you already know the (very) slight moral finger-wagging and praising children above all tales that are being told, because they almost exactly mirror Rothfuss' talking points on conventions over the last five or so years ? thankfully, he never let...

    It was an okay ending to the series. The actual last battle wasn't as involved as I'd thought it would've been. Overall, this series was probably just about having fun with the characters in the D&D world, but the problem I had was that they weren't always their characters from the...

    "Are we the baddies?" Yes, yes you are. The final issue of the series hits a few of points, and touches on them rather well I think. Monstrous races are not always evil because they're monsters. The DM is not the enemy of the players, but the facilitator of their story. I like th...

    I?m not really a Rick and Morty fan, or at least I wasn?t until I read this series. I saw people tweeting the McElroy boys who are mention briefly in volume one, and I am head over heels for The Adventure Zone and am slowly getting into DnD, so I picked up the first issue on a whim...

  • Jackie
    Mar 27, 2019

    3.5 ...

    The art is incredible and manages to evoke so much expression from characters designed to be simple (read: artfully, deliberately crappy-looking) yet animated. And the writing? First, if this was part of the TV series it would be on-par with some of the best-written episodes. Secon...

    Entertaining 'til the end, even when you already know the (very) slight moral finger-wagging and praising children above all tales that are being told, because they almost exactly mirror Rothfuss' talking points on conventions over the last five or so years ? thankfully, he never let...

    It was an okay ending to the series. The actual last battle wasn't as involved as I'd thought it would've been. Overall, this series was probably just about having fun with the characters in the D&D world, but the problem I had was that they weren't always their characters from the...

    "Are we the baddies?" Yes, yes you are. The final issue of the series hits a few of points, and touches on them rather well I think. Monstrous races are not always evil because they're monsters. The DM is not the enemy of the players, but the facilitator of their story. I like th...

    I?m not really a Rick and Morty fan, or at least I wasn?t until I read this series. I saw people tweeting the McElroy boys who are mention briefly in volume one, and I am head over heels for The Adventure Zone and am slowly getting into DnD, so I picked up the first issue on a whim...

    Feels rushed The ending is fine but it feels like 2 issues worth of content was squeezed in here. Some abrupt transitions. Gorgeous art at the end! ...

    Jerry is awesome in this one. LOL ...

    Summer! ...

    Really enjoyed this whole storyline and ending ...

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  • Patrick Brennan
    Mar 19, 2019

    3.5 ...

    The art is incredible and manages to evoke so much expression from characters designed to be simple (read: artfully, deliberately crappy-looking) yet animated. And the writing? First, if this was part of the TV series it would be on-par with some of the best-written episodes. Secon...

    Entertaining 'til the end, even when you already know the (very) slight moral finger-wagging and praising children above all tales that are being told, because they almost exactly mirror Rothfuss' talking points on conventions over the last five or so years ? thankfully, he never let...

    It was an okay ending to the series. The actual last battle wasn't as involved as I'd thought it would've been. Overall, this series was probably just about having fun with the characters in the D&D world, but the problem I had was that they weren't always their characters from the...

    "Are we the baddies?" Yes, yes you are. The final issue of the series hits a few of points, and touches on them rather well I think. Monstrous races are not always evil because they're monsters. The DM is not the enemy of the players, but the facilitator of their story. I like th...

    I?m not really a Rick and Morty fan, or at least I wasn?t until I read this series. I saw people tweeting the McElroy boys who are mention briefly in volume one, and I am head over heels for The Adventure Zone and am slowly getting into DnD, so I picked up the first issue on a whim...

    Feels rushed The ending is fine but it feels like 2 issues worth of content was squeezed in here. Some abrupt transitions. Gorgeous art at the end! ...

    Jerry is awesome in this one. LOL ...

    Summer! ...

    Really enjoyed this whole storyline and ending ...

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  • Alexander Sedge
    Jan 30, 2019

    3.5 ...

    The art is incredible and manages to evoke so much expression from characters designed to be simple (read: artfully, deliberately crappy-looking) yet animated. And the writing? First, if this was part of the TV series it would be on-par with some of the best-written episodes. Secon...

  • mike saylor
    Feb 12, 2019

    3.5 ...

    The art is incredible and manages to evoke so much expression from characters designed to be simple (read: artfully, deliberately crappy-looking) yet animated. And the writing? First, if this was part of the TV series it would be on-par with some of the best-written episodes. Secon...

    Entertaining 'til the end, even when you already know the (very) slight moral finger-wagging and praising children above all tales that are being told, because they almost exactly mirror Rothfuss' talking points on conventions over the last five or so years ? thankfully, he never let...

    It was an okay ending to the series. The actual last battle wasn't as involved as I'd thought it would've been. Overall, this series was probably just about having fun with the characters in the D&D world, but the problem I had was that they weren't always their characters from the...

    "Are we the baddies?" Yes, yes you are. The final issue of the series hits a few of points, and touches on them rather well I think. Monstrous races are not always evil because they're monsters. The DM is not the enemy of the players, but the facilitator of their story. I like th...

    I?m not really a Rick and Morty fan, or at least I wasn?t until I read this series. I saw people tweeting the McElroy boys who are mention briefly in volume one, and I am head over heels for The Adventure Zone and am slowly getting into DnD, so I picked up the first issue on a whim...

    Feels rushed The ending is fine but it feels like 2 issues worth of content was squeezed in here. Some abrupt transitions. Gorgeous art at the end! ...

    Jerry is awesome in this one. LOL ...

    Summer! ...

    Really enjoyed this whole storyline and ending ...

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  • Kaushik Tadvi
    Jan 30, 2019

    3.5 ...

    The art is incredible and manages to evoke so much expression from characters designed to be simple (read: artfully, deliberately crappy-looking) yet animated. And the writing? First, if this was part of the TV series it would be on-par with some of the best-written episodes. Secon...

    Entertaining 'til the end, even when you already know the (very) slight moral finger-wagging and praising children above all tales that are being told, because they almost exactly mirror Rothfuss' talking points on conventions over the last five or so years ? thankfully, he never let...

    It was an okay ending to the series. The actual last battle wasn't as involved as I'd thought it would've been. Overall, this series was probably just about having fun with the characters in the D&D world, but the problem I had was that they weren't always their characters from the...

    "Are we the baddies?" Yes, yes you are. The final issue of the series hits a few of points, and touches on them rather well I think. Monstrous races are not always evil because they're monsters. The DM is not the enemy of the players, but the facilitator of their story. I like th...

    I?m not really a Rick and Morty fan, or at least I wasn?t until I read this series. I saw people tweeting the McElroy boys who are mention briefly in volume one, and I am head over heels for The Adventure Zone and am slowly getting into DnD, so I picked up the first issue on a whim...

    Feels rushed The ending is fine but it feels like 2 issues worth of content was squeezed in here. Some abrupt transitions. Gorgeous art at the end! ...

    Jerry is awesome in this one. LOL ...

  • Michael Troester
    Feb 25, 2019

    3.5 ...

    The art is incredible and manages to evoke so much expression from characters designed to be simple (read: artfully, deliberately crappy-looking) yet animated. And the writing? First, if this was part of the TV series it would be on-par with some of the best-written episodes. Secon...

    Entertaining 'til the end, even when you already know the (very) slight moral finger-wagging and praising children above all tales that are being told, because they almost exactly mirror Rothfuss' talking points on conventions over the last five or so years ? thankfully, he never let...

    It was an okay ending to the series. The actual last battle wasn't as involved as I'd thought it would've been. Overall, this series was probably just about having fun with the characters in the D&D world, but the problem I had was that they weren't always their characters from the...

    "Are we the baddies?" Yes, yes you are. The final issue of the series hits a few of points, and touches on them rather well I think. Monstrous races are not always evil because they're monsters. The DM is not the enemy of the players, but the facilitator of their story. I like th...

    I?m not really a Rick and Morty fan, or at least I wasn?t until I read this series. I saw people tweeting the McElroy boys who are mention briefly in volume one, and I am head over heels for The Adventure Zone and am slowly getting into DnD, so I picked up the first issue on a whim...

    Feels rushed The ending is fine but it feels like 2 issues worth of content was squeezed in here. Some abrupt transitions. Gorgeous art at the end! ...

  • Cody
    Feb 27, 2019

    3.5 ...

    The art is incredible and manages to evoke so much expression from characters designed to be simple (read: artfully, deliberately crappy-looking) yet animated. And the writing? First, if this was part of the TV series it would be on-par with some of the best-written episodes. Secon...

    Entertaining 'til the end, even when you already know the (very) slight moral finger-wagging and praising children above all tales that are being told, because they almost exactly mirror Rothfuss' talking points on conventions over the last five or so years ? thankfully, he never let...

    It was an okay ending to the series. The actual last battle wasn't as involved as I'd thought it would've been. Overall, this series was probably just about having fun with the characters in the D&D world, but the problem I had was that they weren't always their characters from the...

    "Are we the baddies?" Yes, yes you are. The final issue of the series hits a few of points, and touches on them rather well I think. Monstrous races are not always evil because they're monsters. The DM is not the enemy of the players, but the facilitator of their story. I like th...

    I?m not really a Rick and Morty fan, or at least I wasn?t until I read this series. I saw people tweeting the McElroy boys who are mention briefly in volume one, and I am head over heels for The Adventure Zone and am slowly getting into DnD, so I picked up the first issue on a whim...

    Feels rushed The ending is fine but it feels like 2 issues worth of content was squeezed in here. Some abrupt transitions. Gorgeous art at the end! ...

    Jerry is awesome in this one. LOL ...

    Summer! ...

    Really enjoyed this whole storyline and ending ...

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  • Dean Scully
    Feb 25, 2019

    3.5 ...

    The art is incredible and manages to evoke so much expression from characters designed to be simple (read: artfully, deliberately crappy-looking) yet animated. And the writing? First, if this was part of the TV series it would be on-par with some of the best-written episodes. Secon...

    Entertaining 'til the end, even when you already know the (very) slight moral finger-wagging and praising children above all tales that are being told, because they almost exactly mirror Rothfuss' talking points on conventions over the last five or so years ? thankfully, he never let...

    It was an okay ending to the series. The actual last battle wasn't as involved as I'd thought it would've been. Overall, this series was probably just about having fun with the characters in the D&D world, but the problem I had was that they weren't always their characters from the...

    "Are we the baddies?" Yes, yes you are. The final issue of the series hits a few of points, and touches on them rather well I think. Monstrous races are not always evil because they're monsters. The DM is not the enemy of the players, but the facilitator of their story. I like th...

    I?m not really a Rick and Morty fan, or at least I wasn?t until I read this series. I saw people tweeting the McElroy boys who are mention briefly in volume one, and I am head over heels for The Adventure Zone and am slowly getting into DnD, so I picked up the first issue on a whim...

    Feels rushed The ending is fine but it feels like 2 issues worth of content was squeezed in here. Some abrupt transitions. Gorgeous art at the end! ...

    Jerry is awesome in this one. LOL ...

    Summer! ...

    Really enjoyed this whole storyline and ending ...

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