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EXCLUSIVE Dark Horse first look: Trial of the Wizard King, Vol. 2 cover reveal

Get a first-look at Trial of the Wizard King book two from The Wizard King Trilogy.

The Wizard King Trilogy continues at Dark Horse Comics after the triumphant Return of the Wizard King: The Wizard King Trilogy Book One was released. Below you’ll find the exclusive reveal of the cover to Book Two by Chad Corrie. Trial of the Wizard King: The Wizard King Trilogy Book Two cover art by fantasy cover artist Micah Epstein.

Trial of the Wizard King

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So what’s the book about? Corrie had this to say about the upcoming release:

“Trial of the Wizard King delves deeper into the aftermath left in the wake of Return of the Wizard King. And while some questions will find answers, more layers will be uncovered, exposing the various moving parts and secret agendas behind the scenes.

Motivations will be revealed in greater depth, the scope and scale of various threats and actions will drastically increase, and the world of Tralodren will be explored on an even greater level.

In short, I had a lot of fun writing Trial of the Wizard King and hope readers will find themselves enjoying it too.”

The first book will be released on September 16, 2020. Pick up Trial of the Wizard King Book Two on March 16, 2021.

You can preorder book one now.

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