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Scry Into the Past In Critical Role: Vox Machina Origins #2
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Scry Into the Past In Critical Role: Vox Machina Origins #2

Critical Role is Geek & Sundry’s D&D RPG show, featuring talented voice actors on an epic journey. Catch them on every Thursday night at 7:00 PM Pacific on the Geek & Sundry Twitch channel.

In Critical Role: Vox Machina Origins #1, we were treated to the first meeting between the half-elves, as Vax’ildan and Vex’ahlia crossed swampy paths with Keyleth on the outskirts of Stilben. What is the next piece of the intrepid adventurers’ pasts to be revealed? It’s time to find out.

Vox Machina Origins #2, published by Dark Horse Comics, comes to ComiXology and Dark Horse Digital on October 18, 2017. Writer Matt Colville and artist Olivia Samson turn the spotlight to two members of Vox Machina who may seem like complete opposites but share a common unbridled curiosity and fondness for trouble: Scanlan Shorthalt and Grog Strongjaw.

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They’ve joined forces with others in the same line of work, but their abundance of caution isn’t the best match for the impulsive duo.

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With Scanlan and Grog around, you know that both the quips and the battleaxes will be flying. And just who is this strange sorcerer who comes upon our heroes?

Critical Role – Vox Machina: Origins #2 will be 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.

Vox Machina #2

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All Images: Geek & Sundry/Dark Horse Comics, Nick Robles and Olivia Samson

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