Magic: The Gathering - Chandra

From MTG Wiki
Jump to: navigation, search
Chandra
MTG Chandra comic.jpg
Publishing Information
Author(s) Vita Ayala (Author)
Harvey Tolibao (Illustrator)
First printing November, 2018
ISBN-13 978-
Preceded By
Magic: The Gathering - Theros
Followed By
N/A

Magic: The Gathering - Chandra is a series of comics published by IDW Publishing in 2018-2019, focussing on Chandra Nalaar, a key player in Magic: The Gathering lore.[1][2]

Publishing background[edit | edit source]

One of IDW's goals with this series is to offer a clean gateway into the Magic universe for readers who aren't necessarily familiar with the 25 years of existing lore. This series is billed as a "fresh start" for the franchise with "an all-new approach to storytelling". The new series isn't connected to IDW's previous Magic comic from 2014. It will focus a great deal on the fundamental link between Planeswalkers and the magic they wield; how their mental, emotional, and physical states can effect how they manifest their magic.

Blurb[edit | edit source]

An adventurous Planeswalker and powerful pyromancer, Chandra Nalaar has seen much in her time — but she had never experienced such tragedy before. In the wake of a devastating loss, Chandra is striking out on her own, determined to prove — to her family and to herself — that next time she’ll be prepared. But when faced with threats both old and new, will she be able to overcome her grief in time to survive? And who is that familiar face lurking in the shadows?

Story[edit | edit source]

The comic opens in the near future, in the aftermath of what has happened on Ravnica.[3]

Chandra is struggling to come to terms with what she has just experienced. The story is picking up on threads created by the card game and its story, but the comic follow Chandra’s journey — especially her emotional journey — with greater depth and breadth. We’ll follow Chandra across planes and through various conflicts, and see her interactions with various other planeswalkers (e.g. Ajani Goldmane). And because the comic and card game aren’t strictly tied together, we’ll get to check in on fan-favorite planes and characters the card game may not visit anytime soon.

References[edit | edit source]

Promotional Content