The Legend of Vox Machina: The Whitestone Chronicles Brings Prequel Trilogy to Animated Series
In the newest graphic novel trilogy, The Legend of Vox Machina: The Whitestone Chronicles, fans of Critical Role and Amazon Studios‘ The Legend of Vox Machina animated series are taken on a journey featuring our favorite characters. Written by Marieke Nijkamp and illustrated by Tyler Walpole, this graphic novel trilogy is a prequel to the hit animated series.
In the first volume of The Whitestone Chronicles, the focus shifts to Ripley, a character deeply entwined in the de Rolo family tragedy. As the notorious Briarwoods unleash chaos and violence upon the once-renowned family of Whitestone, Ripley seizes the opportunity to advance her own sinister plans. With the regime change and bloodshed, she finds herself torn between loyalty to the ruling family and her own dark desires.
An intricate web of alliances, secrets, and conflicts is woven within the pages of The Legend of Vox Machina: The Whitestone Chronicles. As Ripley’s true motivations are challenged, will she remain a loyal servant, or will her ambitions threaten the very foundations of Whitestone?
The Legend of Vox Machina found life through the passion of Dungeons & Dragons enthusiasts. It originated from a successful Kickstarter campaign led by a pair of avid fans. At its core, the animated series is a portrayal of the first campaign from Critical Role which began in 2015.
What started as a group of talented voice actors coming together to play Dungeons & Dragons soon evolved into a captivating podcast that garnered a massive following. Now, this universe continues to expand through Dark Horse as we explore Dr. Ripley’s rise to power.
The Legend of Vox Machina: The Whitestone Chronicles—Ripley will be available everywhere books are sold on April 16, 2024, and at your favorite local comic shops on April 16, 2024. Check out the cover reveal below:
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