As the origins of our hero’s continue, what else can we find out about their pasts, both, good and bad. This of course is Seoni’s turn. Read on to find out more.
The official description from Dynamite:
When mysteries in Seoni the sorcerer’s past lead her to the renowned Jeggare Museum, she finds its newest acquisition targeted by deadly thieves. Joining with the mercenary magus Seltyiel, her plan to capture the criminals unmasks their underhanded leader, but also a menace from an age of forgotten evil. A tale of magic and ancient secrets from Pathfinder editor-in-chief F. Wesley Schneider (Pathfinder: Goblins!) with art by Tom Garcia (Clive Barker’s Hellraiser)! Contains pull-out poster map and official Pathfinder RPG bonus encounter!
If you looking for a bad ass heroine with some awesome powers, then you need to look no further than the newest origin story from pathfinder. It is swift and a quick one with a nice little bit of feeling in it. This story is all about Seoni. She is really trying to help people but there seem to be a bunch of thieves trying to steal a artifact. She becomes a leader among and shows that ladies can kick some real ass. You will have a good time with this one. My only complaint is that this series is getting very similar and I am hoping that the format changes soon.
F. Wesley Schneider brings his own taste to this issue. Again, the only problem I had was, again, this series is not giving much of a structure difference that I want in a comic like this but I am sure it will be better.
Tom Garcia has some great artistic style with this issue and it is out of his zone of horror drawing but he does it very well. It is well worth looking at.
Pathfinder: Origins #3 has similar format to the others but is still pretty good.