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Skullkickers Treasure Trove Volume 3 Hardcover – October 27, 2015
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Wish Jim Zub make more content about them!
My dream is a "D&D Wrath of Ashardalon" board game alike: Full with story's elements, with figures from heroes and most of epic monsters mentioned on the 3 books, quests, traps, places and other references. That would be PERFECT and grant them a LOT of garanteed money!
The book starts out with some Prequel issues that show some fun history of each of the characters. Then it moves into A Dozen Cousins and a Crumpled Crown which have our heroes trying to rescue the original Rolf and also facing off with some big stone golem type creatures. Oh yeah and this story involves a lot of dwarves and yet another incarnation of our Rolf and Rex fighting duo (there are three different sets of them now).
Then we head into some Tavern Tales through Time where we see other Rolfs and Rexs in other times and settings. After that the main story continues in Infinite Icons of the Endless Epic. In this story the wonderfully evil and time-confused Thool is back. It’s up to our heroes to save the worlds from complete collapse. This part of the book gets hilariously silly while still managing to make a statement about heroic stereotypes.
The whole story was very clever, silly, and ironic. I ended up enjoying this book a lot more than any of the previous Treasure Troves because of how everything came together; it was just very well done.
The illustration is a bit more cartoony than I typically enjoy, but I do like the coloring and I enjoyed some of the illustration styles of the Tavern Tales quite a lot. It’s solid illustration throughout and overall well done.
Overall this was a fantastic conclusion to the Skullkickers series. I enjoyed it a lot. Everything comes together in a big way and the book was very entertaining and funny. I would recommend to those who enjoy fantasy graphic novels that are very tongue in cheek.
Then it’s back to the original series and, luckily for me, there’s a synopsis.
It’s all a bit silly but fun nonetheless. Unfortunately the plot zigzags between the main plot and flashbacks which does not make for fluid reading. The main plot involves fighting glacier giants and upheaval in Dwayre, the dwarf kingdom.
Quite well-illustrated in a cartoonish style, the book is worth a look but presumably after you’ve read all the preceding volumes.