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Head back into the Dungeon with Dungeon: Twilight

NBM has announced that it is revisiting out-of-print editions of its line of Dungeon titles. First to be released is Dungeon: Twilight Vols. 1 & 2: Dragon Cemetery collecting the first four stories into a single volume for the first time.

The planet Terra Amata, on which Dungeon resides, has stopped turning. On one side, total darkness and absolute coldness; on the other, a searing desert and eternal day. The survivors live on a thin slice of earth where day and night meet. A territory known as TWILIGHT. Welcome to the third facet of the Dungeon world, it’s dark downfall.

Marvin, now old and blind, sensing his end, goes on a long trek to the legendary cemetery of dragons. And then, saved at the last minute from certain death in a duel by his young warrior admirer Marvin the Red, he simply cannot be let to die like he wishes! Whatever he loses, he regains in different powers. He’s even become invincible. It’s to the point where he’d rather exchange body parts to get back his mortality!

But then he is led to a discovery that may make continuing to live actually worth it…

The Dungeon series which so lovingly -but bitingly- made fun of Dungeons & Dragons tropes, as well as such epic fantasy as Game of Thrones and which had developed an avid audience of fans went through a few years of rest but is now back in piping form taking to new heights the vast worlds and time spectra that had been elaborated in it. Fans had been anticipating this for years, they will not be disappointed.

Joann Sfar of The Rabbi’s Cat and Lewis Trondheim, also of Mr. O, Little Nothings & Maggie Garrison, two of today’s greatest stars in European comics, co-writing, are here brilliantly joined by Kerascoet (Beauty, Miss Don’t Touch Me) on the art.

In September an all-new volume 3 of Early Years, furthering the story of that era in the epic will be released!

Dungeon: Twilight Vols. 1 & 2: Dragon Cemetery
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