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Get a Peek Into ‘Vox Machina: Origins’ Issue 1
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Get a Peek Into ‘Vox Machina: Origins’ Issue 1

Vox Machina has been to hell and back (literally), and today they’re headed into uncharted territory that’s just as thrilling: The pages of their own comic book series.

Critical Role – Vox Machina: Origins, written by Matt Colville with art by Olivia Samson and lettering and colors by Chris Northrop, explores a part of the adventuring party’s story that has remained out of the public eye… until now.

Vox Machina Origins

In the pages of the Critical Role comic book, we’ll see how these legendary friendships were forged and just how Vox Machina formed into the impressive and tight-knit crew they are today. That includes “how they first met, how they became a group, and then all the adventures that you didn’t get a chance to see that were all pre-stream,” said Matt Mercer at San Diego Comic-Con.

Vox Machina Origins

Issue #1 begins at the beginning, naturally, as twins Vax’ildan and Vex’ahlia encounter a slightly bewildered but powerful young half-elf druid in the marshland outside of Stilben. Together they have a dark mystery to uncover in swamp’s murky depths – and in Tal’Dorei, nothing is as it seems on the surface.

Vox Machina Origins

Critical Role – Vox Machina: Origins #1 is currently available at digital retailers Dark Horse Digital, ComiXology, iBooks, Amazon Kindle, Nook, and Google Play at a cover price of $3.99. Look for the collected physical edition of all six issues in Spring 2018.

Catch Vox Machina’s ongoing adventures in Critical Role every Thursday night at 7:00 PM Pacific on the Geek & Sundry Twitch channel.

All Images: Geek & Sundry / Dark Horse Comics, Deborah Hauber and Olivia Samson

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