04-12-2012, 03:07 AM
(04-12-2012 02:53 AM)BIGREDROBOT Wrote: [ -> ](04-11-2012 09:40 PM)Agent Orange Wrote: [ -> ]The DnD book is one of the most genuinely fun books out there and I love it. I don't even care about/know anything about DnD but I've had no problem picking this up.
It makes me said I haven't seen a new issue in a while, though. And it wasn't solicited for June in the Previews book. So...
Skullkickers is another good fun, adventure book.
I want to like Skullkickers a lot more than I actually end up liking it, unfortunately.
And I wonder if the lack of D&D solicts has to do with Rogers' involvement with Waid's digital comics initiative. Or if it just wasn't selling. IDW's been pushing a lot more of the Forgotten Realms and Drizzt stuff lately.
I wonder if it's familiarity with D&D that drives people to like that book over Skullkickers? Because Skullkickers is the one out of the two that I love (and the art is a lot better, or at least consistent). Anyway, they're both good stuff and I hope you get an answer from Rogers on D&D's future.