Starcadia Quest from CMON games ran a successful Kickstarter last year, and everyone is anxiously awaiting the game to arrive. Now, CMON has teamed with IDW Publishing to further expand the Starcadia Quest world with a three-issue miniseries from John Roberts and Aurelio Mazzara.

“If you liked the high drama and deep space nonsense of Transformers: Lost Light, then Starcadia Quest will be right up your street,” says Roberts, who is the writer behind Transformers: More Than Meets The Eye and Lost Light. “There’s lots of world-building, lots of emotion, lots of shocks — but, ultimately, the story carries itself forward on a wave of old-fashioned heroics. It’s old-school science fiction with a modern twist, a mash-up of classic space opera tropes and gleefully weird twists and turns. Most of all, it’s fun!”

Starcadia Quest takes comic readers and game fans deep into the Frontier, where the toughest jobs in the galaxy are handled by Freelance Adventuring Crews. On his sixteenth birthday, the delivery boy known as Starkid sends out a call for the best recruits he can get… at his local Stardollars coffee shop. An action-packed and hilarious QWST begins!

In addition to the new tales, Starcadia Quest will feature bonus content that includes exclusive playable content so readers can further their board game adventures.

via IDW Publishing

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