In the city of Sigil, an amnesiac hero only known as “Finder” tries to uncover who they are and why they’re being chased by planar beings intent on capturing them—or worse. But as their tumultuous journey unfolds, they discover that their fate is tied to grand forces that dictate reality itself throughout the planes! A shocking surprise lurks around every corner in Fortune Finder, a miniseries inspired by the new Dungeons & Dragons sourcebook Planescape: Adventures in the Multiverse. Written by fan favorite Jim Zub (Rick & Morty Vs. Dungeons & Dragons, Uncanny Avengers, Unbreakable Red Sonia) with art by Jose Jaro (Incidentals, Buffy: The Last Vampire Slayer).
The Comicbook DispatchNot for the faint of funny bone, Dungeons & Dragons: Fortune Finder #1 follows a mindwiped elf and a short girl with a big staff (and even bigger personality) through Sigil, a transit hub bursting with beings from any world readers might care to visit, and perhaps a few they wouldn’t!
ComicBook.comFortune Finder #1 is a new Planescape tie-in that serves to introduce Sigil to readers. This is a fun introduction to the famous City of Doors and captures the weird energy of the original Planescape campaign setting through the eyes of an amnesiac adventurer who literally knows nothing about himself besides his name. Very glad that Jim Zub is continuing to explore the worlds of Dungeons & Dragons because he's one of the best at capturing the timeless energy of the game's many worlds.