Pathfinder Worldscape #1 is available now, and the early reviews are quite encouraging! Here's a summary about what folks are saying about the issue!
"There is so much fun to be hand in this first foray into the Worldscape... It feels as though this series was hand-crafted for a particular brand of fanboy, with its unique blend of pulp-fantasy and tabletop RPG goodness." — Things from Another World
"Erik Mona is either mad, or an evil genius... The writing is straight out of a good fantasy novel, thrusting the reader into the action and having us caught up in the hullabaloo before we know what even hit us... Mona does a fine job in marrying the characters from different worlds while still maintaining their individuality. There are no awkward pauses, no moments where one doesn't feel that the story isn't just right." — Outright Geekery
"Erik Mona wisely makes Pathfinder Worldscape #1 chock full of action with just the barest hint of backstory. Full-on barbarian fun and games and a cast of characters to drool over if only to find out how they all ended up in the same place. Pure enjoyment in the classic tradition and definitely one to pick up." — Multiverse Magazine
"The story is easily accessible to those unfamiliar with the heroes of the Pathfinder comics or Red Sonja. And the kinetic style of Jonathan Lau's artwork paired with the colors of Omi Remlante match that story perfectly. ...this is a damn fine comic for gamers and fantasy fans alike and a wonderful gaming supplement." — My Geeky Geeky Ways
"Crossovers as a concept aren't new, but something about Pathfinder: Worldscape #1 just feels right... Mona seems to have an understanding of what makes the fantasy genre work and is starting to to bring together the worlds well. Lau's artwork is entertaining and a great way to follow along with the action. Pathfinder: Worldscape #1 is a very entertaining first issue that will obviously appeal to fans of the properties involved, but might also be worth checking out for new readers too." — Omnicomic
"The first issue of Pathfinder Worldscape was an entertaining comic. There are flaws to it, but the issue has a really good energy that pulls you into the story and leaves you wanting more. Ultimately, this is the test of a quality comic. At the end of the 23 pages I wanted more, but unfortunately it will be a month before we will know what happens next... Pathfinder Worldscape is a treat for fans of fantasy fiction in comic books, particularly the Golden Age of the jungle tale." — EN World
"It’s going to be a classically told new epic crossover story and I have a feeling it’s going to be one of those we talk about since the mixing of these characters has that unique and how the heck quality to it... The set up is dynamic and the unknown aspects have wiggled into the brain like an earworm that you don’t want to leave... Featuring a diverse cast of characters, great characterisation and a more than promising premise, most of which we still need to learn, surrounded by these incredible interiors this should rocket up your stack of must read books." — Reading with a Flight Ring
Wow! Thanks for all the kind words, everyone! If you haven't already picked up your copy, you can check out a digital version on Comixology, order direct from Paizo.com, or pick one up at your local comic shop!