Dungeons & Dragons: Forgotten Realms - Legends of Drizzt Omnibus Volume 1 (2020)

Dungeons & Dragons: Forgotten Realms - Legends of Drizzt Omnibus Volume 1 R.A. Salvatore Andrew Dabb Tim Seeley Dungeons Dragons Forgotten Realms Legends of Drizzt Omnibus Volume Dungeons Dragons Forgotten Realms Legends of Drizzt Omnibus Volume delivers the first three graphic novel adaptations of R A Salvatore s beloved Dark Elf Trilogy Homeland Exile and Sojourn into on
  • Title: Dungeons & Dragons: Forgotten Realms - Legends of Drizzt Omnibus Volume 1
  • Author: R.A. Salvatore Andrew Dabb Tim Seeley
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  • Page: 380
  • Format: Paperback
Dungeons & Dragons: Forgotten Realms - Legends of Drizzt Omnibus Volume 1 R.A. Salvatore Andrew Dabb Tim Seeley Dungeons Dragons Forgotten Realms Legends of Drizzt Omnibus Volume 1 delivers the first three graphic novel adaptations of R.A Salvatore s beloved Dark Elf Trilogy Homeland, Exile, and Sojourn into one tome This story takes readers from the moments before the birth of Drizzt to the point where he leaves his Drow heritage and homeworld, Menzoberranzan, the CiDungeons Dragons Forgotten Realms Legends of Drizzt Omnibus Volume 1 delivers the first three graphic novel adaptations of R.A Salvatore s beloved Dark Elf Trilogy Homeland, Exile, and Sojourn into one tome This story takes readers from the moments before the birth of Drizzt to the point where he leaves his Drow heritage and homeworld, Menzoberranzan, the City of Spiders, and ventures up into the unknown.
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One thought on “Dungeons & Dragons: Forgotten Realms - Legends of Drizzt Omnibus Volume 1

  1. Quentin Wallace

    This was a very entertaining series with nice art I haven t read any of the Salvatore Drizzt novels, but I ve seen that they are very popular After reading this collection, I can see why.You have a Drow, which is a dark elf, as the main hero In the DD Universe, apparently dark elves are a very evil race But Drizzt goes against the grain So not only does he have to deal with his own race turning against him, but he has to deal with prejudice from all the other races who assume he s evil.This volu [...]

  2. Scott

    A three book graphic novel omnibus of three of the earliest Realms books from Salvatore They follow everything from the birth, childhood into adulthood of Drizzt in Menzoberrazan His rebellion against the Drow culture and his leaving the underdark and subsequent rejection from everybody in the world.I read the original novels when they were first released but I ve never re read them and this was a nice way to revisit those stories The art was really well done.Recommended.

  3. P. Aaron Potter

    This is a much better than advertised adaptation of R A Salvatore s second three Drizzt novels, marketed here as Volume 1 because the comic book peeps, in their infinite wisdom, decided to reorganize the series into chronological order, rather than order as written That s one reason I note that this is better than advertised, since I expected to be annoyed by the alteration, and instead found that the editors were right Reding the IceWind Dale trilogy first, as Salvatore wrote them, means the re [...]

  4. Ann Sosnowski

    I wanted to read the Drizzt novels, but due to time constraints, this worked fine I really enjoyed the storyline and appreciated Drizzt s growth the panel illustrations were awesome.

  5. Amanda Majasaari

    10 stars of five Absolutely fantastic story Epic tale of Drizzt is one of most fascinating comic stories I have ever read.

  6. Tod Hilton

    A great way to revisit one of my favorite characters, Drizzt Do Urden The stories are true to the books and the art is well done My only complaint is that the lettering is so tiny it s difficult to read.

  7. Jaime Krause

    The art of this is great The story font is small and not always easy to read The story itself isn t fully concise The first part, Homeland read well The second, Exile, read like a DD game which isn t bad but seemed a bit too fast paced and disjointed for a story.HomelandThe dark elves drow have a matriarchal society where men are seen as little than warriors and sperm donors A drow named Drizzt of house Do urden is the third son, supposed to be offered as a sacrifice to the spider queen Before [...]

  8. Shawn Bain

    How can I rate an illustrated telling of one of my favorite series of all time It was refreshing to revisit these stories and get a better idea of what Salvatore was picturing when he wrote it assuming he approved the artwork for it all The artwork was fantastic, the suggestive and dark parts that I feared would be graphic were tastefully done not showing anything I didn t want it to, and nothing was left out I fully intend to buy the next volume and expect I will love it just as much as I love [...]

  9. Shawn

    I first read the series this graphic novel was based on when I was in high school and a few times since The story is, of course, still there and recognizable The artwork is very well done it was great to see what an artist had done with the faces I first pictured so long ago.However, I am glad that I first read the books So much is missing from the wonderful tale of Drizzt in this book the internal struggle some great fight scenes the feeling of a journey that the longer pages of a true novel gi [...]

  10. Kelsey Low

    This was a wonderful adaptation of The Dark Elf Trilogy The artwork was stunning and it was great to actually see the characters come to life on the glossy pages I say this is a great read for anyone just wanting to get into the series or a fan wanting to see the books they love in a different light.

  11. Allie

    This was a decent look into the world of Drizzt The prime points of the story were highlighted well and the art was nicely done and flowed well with the story.I would definitely recommend reading the books themselves, as a lot is left out, but still a good taste of what to expect

  12. Rob Tesselaar

    Excellent illustrations, I have read the books several times and enjoyed this graphic novel version I will caveat that with the comment that some of the character development gets lost in the abbreviation, but a great way to spend a couple of hours nonetheless.

  13. Reggie Kray

    Great art Was a nostalgic read Made me feel almost like a kid again Overall, just a great old school story

  14. Jessie B.

    I think this is an excellent adaptation of the books The art is beautiful and it captures the spirit of the books quite well.

  15. Kelly

    I ve already read 1 3 but it was really cool to see the visual pictures in this novel Beautiful artistry

  16. Arrow Worthy

    I m glad I ve read the stories before As enjoyable as the graphic novel is, so much is left out and it could be rather confusing to try and put the story together without reading the novels first.

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