Critical Role: Vox Machina Origins Volume II

Critical Role: Vox Machina Origins Volume II

The unlikely heroes of Vox Machina are back in action!

Join familiar faces from Critical Role’s smash-hit first campaign as their escapades in Stilben lead them toward new adventure—and a dire threat to Grog when he goes missing in the night. Tracking him down will see the party lose one member, gain another, and reveal parts of Grog’s secret past. But first, his friends have to actually find him.

From award-nominated writer Jody Houser (Orphan Black, Stranger Things) and first series author Olivia Samson, with colorist Michele Assarasakorn (Isola, Gotham Academy) and letterer Ariana Maher (James Bond, Xena)!

Collects Critical Role - Vox Machina Origins series II #1-#6.

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    Critical Role: Vox Machina Origins Volume II Reviews

  • Sean Gibson

    The only thing wrong with the second Vox Machina collection is that it’s not twice as long (many…okay all…have said the same about me—hey-oh!). Otherwise, it’s pretty much pitch perfect—th...

  • Alex Baker

    If it's possible, series 2 of Vox Machina Origins is even better than series 1. Not only because it finally introduces Pike and Percy (and I don't mind admitted to separate squeals of glee when they s...

  • TINNGG

    Emm...it should be noted that the covers seem to be mixed up.'Tis an entertaining bit of mindlessness. While it's never addressed as to why Grog was err...picked, his getting a lich's reliquary implan...

  • julia

    percy looking exactly as handsome as he deserves....only wish we could have caught a glimpse of ripley (and kima)...

  • Graham Nicholas

    The first Vox Machina Origins felt like it was written because that's what the Adventure Zone was doing to adapt their D&D game for a wider audience. It was fine, but nothing special, and not really a...

  • Megan

    I love one (1) Crit Role character, and that's Grog, and this satisfied me on a soul level that I cannot describe. ...

  • Corey Spanner

    Wayyy sharper than volume one. Coloring was fantastic and as a whole it was much easier to follow. Super fun read, bummed I burned through it so fast. ...

  • Le Mot Juste

    The story, the pacing and the art leveled up alongside its characters in the second installment of Vox Machina Origins! This time, the story centered around Grog and we not only got to explore a bit o...

  • Leander

    De tweede trade paperback van de verstripping van misschien wel mijn favoriete IP: Critical Role. I'm precies te zijn, de strip-proloog op de eerste campagne: Vox Machina.In dit volume hebben ze de sm...

  • Amy Braun

    Literally everything I expected and more. Few things bring me as much joy as Critical Role does, and I live for everything Vox Machina does. The story surrounding Grog had some fun moments, and didn...