The RPG universe is full of stories, from the most fanciful, to some that involve everyday life and futuristic ones. Only there is one, which fits in any of them: the horror one. Whether medieval, a cosmic terror or those that lurk in big cities waiting for their prey.

And this is where Vampire: The Masquerade becomes one of the main protagonists of this genre. In this universe, vampires are not just those who look like Dracula or Nosferatu, or even some from the world of Anne Rice, as Lestat. They gain their own style where politics, family (clans), history, powers, among other issues, greatly enrich this narrative.

Vampire: The Masquerade – COMIC VOL 1 – Fangs of Winter, released in Brazil by Galapagos, is practically this entire RPG universe, with the difference that here the player will not create their characters, but just understand a little more of the events involving the Mask.

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This first volume, comprising the first 6 editions (which come with beautiful postcards representing the original covers released in the USA), with beautiful art, exciting stories, with a beautiful plot and an excellent hardcover finish, which is undoubtedly something to stick with your RPG books.

But it stands to reason that if you've never played any kind of RPG or even Vampire, you don't have to worry. Vampire: The Masquerade – COMIC VOL 1 – Fangs of Winter is a graphic novel that the reader can read and immerse themselves in without any problems. No prior knowledge of RPG is required. Even so, the new reader may get lost at some points in the reading, such as, for example, the names of the clans and even what the Mask is.

This is somewhat intentional, as one of the main characters in the plot is a clanless novice vampire, who knows nothing about the vampire world and its rules. And in this way, the reader is practically this character being introduced to the secrets of the hunters and the hunted.

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Vampire: The Masquerade – COMIC VOL 1 – Fangs of Winter it is enriching for all those who are RPG fans and an excellent read for those who enjoy the vampire genre. Its narrative is consistent, with an art that does not harm the eyes of those who read it, since you know and understand what is happening, without throwing millions of meaningless things and colors into each frame.

This HQ is a gateway for anyone who wants to get to know the world of Vampire: The Mask to play one of its games, whether tabletop or even video games, or just to have the pleasure of enjoying a beautiful story.

About Vampire: The Masquerade – HQ VOL 1 – Fangs of Winter

Immerse yourself in the universe of Vampire: The Mask with the first comic book set in this RPG published in Brazil. This HQ is part of a collection of 6 stories originally published in the USA. This edition features exclusively 6 postcards with the volume, referring to the covers of the US editions. The postcards are limited and will not be sold again, so hurry up to collect yours!

When Cecily Bain, an enforcer of the Twin Cities' vampire elite takes custody of a mysterious new vampire, she is drawn into an insidious conspiracy. Meanwhile, on the outskirts of town, a group of vampire outcasts investigate a grisly killing spree. 

As the members' unlives intertwine and betrayals are uncovered, will Cecily be able to escape and save what's left of her family, or will she be another sacrificed pawn to maintain the ancient secret that vampires exist among those who live?

Straight from the universe of the worldwide success of the RPG 'Vampire The Mask'. This debut in a critically acclaimed graphic novel is a thought-provoking tragic tale of the beast within each of us.

In addition to the comic book, the book features an RPG supplement for Vampire: The Mask, setting the comic's cities - ST Paul and Minneapolis - for the game. It's perfect for those who want to get started in the universe of this RPG or simply live another vampiric adventure! 

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