The Guild: Knights of Good
Felicia Day returns her hysterical, award-winning web show about online gamers to comics, and this time she's brought along her real-life Guild! Joining Day in writing are Guild co-stars Jeff Lewis (Vork) and Sandeep Parikh (Zaboo), producer Kim Evey, and director Sean Becker, for five tales... show more
Felicia Day returns her hysterical, award-winning web show about online gamers to comics, and this time she's brought along her real-life Guild! Joining Day in writing are Guild co-stars Jeff Lewis (Vork) and Sandeep Parikh (Zaboo), producer Kim Evey, and director Sean Becker, for five tales spotlighting the members of the Knights of Good. Set before the first season of the show, these hilarious stories delighted fans and newbs alike and introduced plots that influenced the show itself, including Season 5's backstory of Tink, originally hinted at in these pages. Featuring a huge variety of comics' best artists as well as many of the talents key to the web series, and leading directly to the moment Zaboo unexpectedly appears at a startled Codex's front door in Episode 1, this collection comprises a true "Season 0" of The Guild!
Publish date: July 4th 2012
Publisher: Dark Horse Comics
Pages no: 144
Edition language: English
Series: The Guild (#2)
Set before the first season of The Guild, Knights of Good gives real-world background information on all of the main characters. (Except Cyd, whose background had been detailed in the previous collection, [b:The Guild|8693600|The Guild|Felicia Day|http://d.gr-assets.com/books/1289350918s/8693600.jpg...
I was really excited to get this TBP since I've only read the Fawkes comic and couldn't find all the one-shots at my local comic book shop.Loved it!My favorite was Tink's one-shot. She's always making up stories and I loved how it all came together at the end with all the books/dvds/games lying arou...
full review at http://sffbookreview.wordpress.com/2012/04/23/the-guild-vol-2-graphic-novel/
Reviewed HereI didn't write out a full review of this, but basically: The Guild: Vork is quite good stuff. I loved the art in this one compared to the three previous (Guild issues 1-3). And it was nice to see a close-up of what Vork is like and how his character came to be.