Welcome To The City!
One-shot intro to a detailed Gloomhaven story
Explore the world of gloomhaven like never before
24 page story featuring the Jaws of the Lion crew
Heavily inspired by the themes and game mechanics
found in the top selling board game
(W) Travis McIntire (A) Tyler Sowles
The City of Gloomhaven can be a tough place to make it as an adventurer and being in the right party is key to survival. The Jaws of the Lion are the top of the mountain in the hierarchy of the city, but their latest job goes sideways, and Anaphi, the mindthief, is to blame! The first comic from the wildly popular GLOOMHAVEN game launches a fantasy world unlike any in existence. Get ready for Quatryll punk bands, drug dealing Inox street gangs, and a dark God sleeping beneath the surface, eager to destroy the world. Welcome to the City!
In Shops: Dec 30th, 2020
2 limited edition variants are also coming!
Variants are limited edition one time printings of the comic with alternate art. These will never be reprinted! the two variants will be by Nolan Nasser & Alexandr Elichev
Unfortunately no, we will be shipping the variants separate of the retail version. Because they are intended to be highly collectible, we don't want to risk any damages that might happen from a 3rd party mishandling them.
The 2 variants will be available for pre-order sometime late October! The variants will come out at the same time as the retail version and will be shipping in late December.
If you want both the retail and variant we don't want to ask you to pay double shipping despite them shipping from 2 locations. So, anyone who pre-orders the retail version will receive a coupon for free shipping when the variants are released. NOTE: This doesn't ensure availability of the variants. They will still be limited.
“This is our chance to tell a more visual story that isn't beholden to the mechanics of a board game."
-Isaac Childres, Designer of Gloomhaven and CEO of Cephalofair
“The world of Gloomhaven is one of the most rich, detailed and unique in the fantasy genre. And somehow, there was still a ton of room for us to stretch creatively, adding story details, and creating new characters."
-Travis McIntire, Writer and CEO of Ox Eye Media