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Pathfinder: Goblins! Comics Continues the Tales of Misadventure of the Pathfinder RPG's Favorite Pint-Sized Anti-Heroes

REDMOND, WA (November 6, 2014): Paizo Publishing, LLC, publisher of the Pathfinder Roleplaying Game (RPG), and Dynamite Entertainment, announce the release of the comic book, Pathfinder: Goblins! #4, out today.

Pathfinder Goblins #4 includes two tales of goblin lore, as told by the goblins. In "The Gobbling Goblin", as a small band of goblins forage for food, one of them tells the legend of Kronkshaft, a cautionary tale of one goblin's ambition to eat the impossible, and the humorous series of events that his insatiable hunger gets him into. In "Horsechopper", everyone knows that goblins hate horses, even going so far as to craft vicious weapons called horsechoppers. What happens when a pair of unsuspecting goblins suddenly come face to face with their worst nightmare one day? A darkly comic spin on a survival horror tale.

With stories written by Jeremy Holt and F. Wesley Schneider, interior art by Christian Meesey and Janai Jeffries, and two collectible covers – one exclusive cover by Kyle Hunter and the standard issue cover by Christian Meesey – Pathfinder: Goblins! #4 is the fourth in the five-issue monthly series.

Since the goblins first appeared in Pathfinder Adventure Path #1, they have starred in numerous adventures and game supplements, as well as miniatures, plush toys, and other merchandise. Dynamite Entertainment also publishes the Pathfinder comic series featuring the iconic characters of the Pathfinder Roleplaying Game.

Subscribers to Pathfinder comics through receive a 20% discount off the cover price, 15% off back and special issues, a special subscriber tag for the messageboards, and a limited-edition collectible exclusive cover for each issue. Pathfinder comics are also available in local comic shops, and digital versions are available at

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