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Pathfinder Worldscape #6

Dynamite Entertainment: April 5, 2017   Writer: Erik Mona   Art: Jonathan Lau   Cover: Elliot Fernandez  

Cover Price: $4.99   UPC: 72513025274606011   Diamond ID: JAN171670   GCIN: 966794

Kulan Gath makes his final move against Tarzan and the Council of Jungle Kings just as Ruthazek's three-world ape army crashes onto the scene! The Pathfinders, Red Sonja, John Carter, Tars Tarkas, Thun'da, and the almighty Fantomah unite in the epic conclusion to Dynamite's sword & sorcery superstar crossover event! Written by Pathfinder publisher Erik Mona (Pathfinder: Hollow Mountain) with art from Jonathan Lau (Red Sonja and Cub). Contains a Pathfinder RPG rules appendix and bonus pull-out poster map!

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