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The cover of the very first comic book.
The cover of the very first comic book.
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Author Unknown
Illustrator Unknown
Published on August 28 2018
Published by Dark Horse Comics
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Comic Books of Mysticons were released on the twenty-eighth of August, 2018 and continue to be in production. Most take place immediately after the animated show's series finale "Age of Dragons" and some before when the recently released Queen Necrafa and her specters was at large.

The first and second comic were released on the twenty-eighth of August, the same day the animated show premiered on Nickelodeon.


Volume 1

Princess Arkayna Goodfey, thief Zarya Moonwolf, the kind dwarf Emerald Goldenbraid, and the immortal energetic elf Piper Willowbrook, are four girls who have been chosen to become the second generation of legendary Mysticons as well as the closest of friends--are drawn together by a prophecy to battle the forces of pure evil and protect the mystical and magical realm of Gemina at all costs.

Volume 2

In an effort to convince Emerald "Em" to have some fun and leave the Stronghold for once, the Mysticons head to Magi Mall. The second Mysticon Knight is hesitant at first, but although her spirits are lifted when she runs into an elf boy named Felix Castle, the star of a high-stakes robotics competition called "Machinations" for a hit reality show. Without missing a beat- and without a plan or even a robot- Emerald agrees to try out at the show's next open audition. When she and Piper enter the competition, they not only find themselves battling with robots but against new friends with scorned feelings.

Volume 3

Coming next year.

Volume 4

Coming 2 years.

Volume 5

Coming 3 years.

Volume 6

Coming 4 years.

Volume 7

Volume 8

Volume 9

Volume 10

Volume 11

Volume 12

Volume 13

Volume 14

Volume 15

Volume 16

Volume 17

Volume 18

Volume 19

Volume 20

Volume 21

Volume 22

Volume 23

Volume 24

Volume 25

Volume 26

Volume 27

Volume 28

Volume 29

Volume 30

Volume 31

Volume 32

Volume 33

Volume 34

Volume 35

Volume 36

Volume 37

Volume 38

Volume 39

Volume 40

Volume 41

Volume 42

Volume 43

Volume 44

Volume 45

Volume 46







Locations in Gemina

In Drake City

The Royal Palace

Astromancers Island

The Undercity

Other Places

Far from Drake City

Shivermist Mountains

Realm of the Fey


Magical Objects

Magical Weaponry


Vexicon Weaponry

Vexicon Bracers

  • Snake Bracer
  • Panther Bracer
  • Bat Bracer
  • Basilisk Bracer

Other Mystical Weaponry

Powers and Abilities




  • The graphic drawings seem to depict the girls' in their early twenties, even though there appears to be no time-gap in most of the comic books. The comic books set after the series finale have yet to be revealed.
  • Unlike other popular Dark Horse comic book series/graphic novels (ongoing Avatar: the Airbender and Avatar: The Legend of Korra), these volumes do not have a title on the cover of every one (such as the comics of magical girl comics of Winx Club and complete comic series of W.I.T.C.H.) nor are they split into trilogies.
  • Kymraw is the very first villain from the show to appear.
  • Several more places make their appearances that were not seen throughout the series; the first being the hidden Undercity hangout Amaranth.
  • Other techno-magic vehicles are seen; such as "Hover bikes."

Not in the Animated Show

  • Many more appearances of King Darius and Queen Goodfey, who barely had any speaking roles, as recurring characters. Queen Goodfey's relationship with her younger twin daughter Zarya Moonwolf, as well as their relationship with King Darius are to be expressed more.
  • Proxima Starfall changes the Astromancers Academy for the better, and eventual meeting with Queen Goodfey, the woman who was believed to be her birth mother.
  • Information on Piper's long-lost elven family is said to revealed, as of what became of Tazma and Malvaron's parents, and more info on the obscurely mysterious background of the lonely and friendless orphan, Proxima.
  • Different, more exotic places and hidden secrets of Gemina are seen as there were not enough episodes to fully show and explain them in the animated series.