A new era in Dungeons & Dragons history continues in the second part of “Shadowplague.” Adric Fell and his band of heroes pursue a peculiar breed of zombies into the wilderness… and straight into a standoff between a trapped wagon train and marauding orcs. Their shape-changing foe is hidden in the chaos – but on which side?

Writer: John Rogers
Artist: Andrea Di Vito
Cover: Tyler Walpole, Paul Renaud

Price: $3.99
iFanboy Community Pick of the Week Percentage: 0.2%


  1. Nothing wrong with the first issue. Some nice, witty dialogue. Lots of action. But the characters are so bland and predictable. I will check out one more, but I don’t think this is for me.

  2. I think this has the potential to be a good series once we get a few more issues into it.

  3. I liked it it was fun , witty and just the right amount of goofiness . Its got Orphan zombies …how cool is that ?

  4. I wish this is Dragonlance based or something with some acutal characters. Like JimBilly4 said bland.

  5. I’m looking forward to getting my hands on the latest issue tomorrow.  Skullkickers is also great for some epic fantasy action/comedy.

  6. I greatly enjoyed the first issue. DiVito’s art looked better than it has in a long while…think the fantasy setting really suits him well.

  7. Really digging this series.  Couple of LOL moments.  Personal fave was the Orc leader outsmarting Adric at the end of the issue.  Even though I have this series on mail order, I rushed to the LCS to make sure I got the Renaud cover — man that thing looks sharp.

  8. This has been a fun two issues. Nothing spectacular but I’m enjoying this series.

  9. Defintiely an improvement in the general plot structure. It now feels like it is going somewhere and the banter remains very sharp. Still find the characters abit dull and predictable, but 2 out of 3 ain’t bad.

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