Steve Lichman, Vol. 1

Steve Lichman - Volume ISteve Lichman – Volume I by David Rapoza
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Hilarious and brilliantly written and drawn, STEVE LICHMAN is a graphic novel that tells the story of a Lich named Steve who lives in a dungeon with his friends: a mind flayer obsessed with anime, a mummy who’s constantly spouting 9/11 conspiracy theories, a beholder who’s always high, and their loser hanger-on pal Count Dracula. Their lives are frequently interrupted by adventurers seeking gold and monsters to fight, until one day a cool, young, blond-mulleted vampire in a leather jacket named Kiefer shows up and turns their world upside-down. It’s impossible to express just how amazingly pitch-perfect all of this is. If you’ve ever played Dungeons & Dragons — or hell, if you’ve ever just browsed through the Monster Manual — you’re going to love this. I can’t wait for volume two!

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