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  • Magic: Soul & Stone (Hardcover)

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    Universe: Magic The Gathering
    Authors: Seanan McGuire, and Nori Retherford
    Artists: Giuseppe Cafaro, and 4 more
    Published by: Boom! Studios

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Product Description

Two fan favorite planeswalkers, Ajani Goldmane and Nahiri The Lithomancer, take center stage in this standalone collection!

In this deluxe hardcover collection, experience two standalone tales each spotlighting a beloved Magic: The Gathering character. First, delve into Ajani Goldmane’s past adventures and uncover surprises, including what happened when the steadfast, valiant protector faced threats beyond his capabilities!

Then, Nahiri has protected her home plane Zendikar for centuries, her ruthlessness and power kept in check by a strong sense of justice. But a new challenge awaits that may change the way the Multiverse perceives her…

Nebula, Hugo, Locus, and Alex Award-winning novelist Seanan McGuire (Ghost- Spider) returns to the world of Magic: The Gathering with artists Fabiana Mascolo (Firefly, Cyberpunk 2077: Blackout), Jacques Salomon, Giuseppe Cafaro, Lea Caballero, and Michael Shelfer to bring Ajani Goldmane and Nahiri the Lithomancer to comics! Collects Magic: Ajani Goldmane #1 and Magic: Nahiri the Lithomancer #1.

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Wednesday Comics
  • Hardback
Cat. No.
  • 5936182
  • 9781684159062
  • 9781684159062