Issue four of IDW Publishing’s “Magic: the Gathering” comic book series “The Spell Thief” comes bundled with an alternate art Breath of Malfegor.
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Breath of Malfegor – 3BR
Breath of Malfegor deals 5 damage to each opponent.
The draconic demon loomed over Dack, and he suddenly sensed he wasn’t the only Planeswalker that Malfegor had encountered.
Originally printed in “Shards of Alara,” Breath of Malfegor is more than just a harder to cast Lava Axe. It’s in multiplayer formats such as Two Headed Giant or “Commander” where Breath of Malfegor truly shines.
Issue four of IDW Publishing’s “Magic: the Gathering” comic book series “The Spell Thief” features 32 pages, is written by Matt Forbeck (“The Lord of the Rings Roleplaying Game,” “Amortals,” “The Marvel Encyclopedia”), and continues the story of Dack Fayden.
In the latest issue:
Dack Fayden’s quest to track down the villainous Sifa Grent has brought him to Grixis, a vast wasteland dominated by the undead and vicious demons-including the demon-dragon Malfegor. Imprisoned by the demon’s cult, Dack soon discovers the morbid origins of Sifa and her sinister ties to Malfegor… but will he be able to escape this undead plane in order to stop her plans?
Issue four has an MSRP of $4.99 and was drawn by Martín Cóccolo. The cover was drawn by Alex Horley. There’s a variant cover by Tyler Walpole.
Can’t make it into a card store? The new IDW “Magic: the Gathering” comic is available digitally, however you won’t score a fancy new alternate art Breath of Malfegor.
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