Dungeons & Dragons: The Legend of Drizzt - Neverwinter Tales

Dungeons Dragons The Legend of Drizzt Neverwinter Tales The most popular character from the most popular fantasy world of all time comes to life in his first original comic book tale Drizzt leads this massive thriller into R A Salvatore s next blockbuster

  • Title: Dungeons & Dragons: The Legend of Drizzt - Neverwinter Tales
  • Author: R.A. Salvatore Geno Salvatore Agustín Padilla
  • ISBN: 9781613771563
  • Page: 271
  • Format: Hardcover
  • The most popular character from the most popular fantasy world of all time comes to life in his first original comic book tale.Drizzt leads this massive thriller into R A Salvatore s next blockbuster novel Drizzt and his companion Dahlia hunt for something that seems part vampire and part elite dwarven warrior and must find out how the evil lich Valindra Shadowmantle anThe most popular character from the most popular fantasy world of all time comes to life in his first original comic book tale.Drizzt leads this massive thriller into R A Salvatore s next blockbuster novel Drizzt and his companion Dahlia hunt for something that seems part vampire and part elite dwarven warrior and must find out how the evil lich Valindra Shadowmantle and her minion Korbin Dor crae factor into the mystery.

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    • R.A. Salvatore Geno Salvatore Agustín Padilla

      As one of the fantasy genre s most successful authors, R.A Salvatore enjoys an ever expanding and tremendously loyal following His books regularly appear on The New York Times best seller lists and have sold than 10,000,000 copies Salvatore s original hardcover, The Two Swords, Book III of The Hunter s Blade Trilogy October 2004 debuted at 1 on The Wall Street Journal best seller list and at 4 on The New York Times best seller list His books have been translated into numerous foreign languages including German, Italian, Finnish, Greek, Hungarian, Turkish, Croatian, Bulgarian, Yiddish, Spanish, Russian, Polish, Portuguese, Czech, and French.Salvatore s first published novel, The Crystal Shard from TSR in 1988, became the first volume of the acclaimed Icewind Dale Trilogy and introduced an enormously popular character, the dark elf Drizzt Do Urden Since that time, Salvatore has published numerous novels for each of his signature multi volume series including The Dark Elf Trilogy, Paths of Darkness, The Hunter s Blades Trilogy, and The Cleric Quintet.His love affair with fantasy, and with literature in general, began during his sopho year of college when he was given a copy of J.R.R Tolkien s The Lord of the Rings as a Christmas gift He promptly changed his major from computerscience to journalism He received a Bachelor of Science Degree in Communications from Fitchburg State College in 1981, then returned for the degree he always cherished, the Bachelor of Arts in English He began writing seriously in 1982, penning the manuscript that would become Echoes of the Fourth Magic Salvatore held many jobs during those first years as a writer, finally settling in much to our delight to write full time in 1990.The R.A Salvatore Collection has been established at his alma mater, Fitchburg State College in Fitchburg, Massachusetts, containing the writer s letters, manuscripts, and other professional papers He is in good company, as The Salvatore Collection is situated alongside The Robert Cormier Library, which celebrates the writing career of the co alum and esteemed author of young adult books.Salvatore is an active member of his community and is on the board of trustees at the local library in Leominster, Massachusetts He has participated in several American Library Association regional conferences, giving talks on themes including Adventure fantasy and Why young adults read fantasy Salvatore himself enjoys a broad range of literary writers including James Joyce, Mark Twain, Geoffrey Chaucer, Shakespeare, Dante, and Sartre He counts among his favorite genre literary influences Ian Fleming, Arthur Conan Doyle, Fritz Leiber, and of course, J.R.R Tolkien.Born in 1959, Salvatore is a native of Massachusetts and resides there with his wife Diane, and their three children, Bryan, Geno, and Caitlin The family pets include three Japanese Chins, Oliver, Artemis and Ivan, and four cats including Guenhwyvar.When he isn t writing, Salvatore chases after his three Japanese Chins, takes long walks, hits the gym, and coaches plays on a fun league softball team that includes most of his family His gaming group still meets on Sundays to playcmillan author rasalv

    359 thoughts on “Dungeons & Dragons: The Legend of Drizzt - Neverwinter Tales

    • Standard R.A. Salvatore Biased Review Caveat: Bob Salvatore is one of my favorite authors and has been for 20 years; he’s also, amongst the writers I’ve had the good fortune to meet and/or interview, one of the nicest and most generous with his time. So, any book that has his name on the cover gets an extra bump up the review scale compared to if the same book had been written by someone not named Bob Salvatore.Without the context of the books in this series, this stand-alone story would be [...]

    • Ah way to short, wonderful graphics, not so great lettering. If you are a fan of D & D then do not miss this one.

    • Loved it! Continuation story of Drizz't and Dahlia after the events of Gauntlgrym and possibly Neverwinter.I've read Gauntlgrym and recognize all the characters, but some of the relationships seem to be more advanced than what I remember them being so I think to get the full picture you need to read Gauntlgrym and Neverwinter before this one.But basically here Pwent comes back very, very changed and he crosses paths with Drizz't and Dahlia and the old friends need to make some hard choices.But I [...]

    • The very last of the Humble Bundle that I read and a perfectly adequate, though not very interesting, story, apparently tied to another story about Drizzt.Though, when I say adequate, I might also add somewhat ridiculous in its cheesecake art about the main female character.To sum up this experiment, I much prefer the classic comics, though even they have some rough parts, especially when they feel like advertisements for other things: "Like Forgotten Realms? Then try Spelljammer!" might as well [...]

    • This comic book/graphic novel is part of the Neverwinter Tales, between Gauntlgrym and Neverwinter. I have never read either one, in fact I picked this up to review because I was familiar with Dungeons and Dragons in one form or another but I had no idea I missed an entire series out there. This was interesting. I wouldn’t mind picking up the Neverwinter Tales. There’s not a lot of story in this first issues, which is common in comics. A dwarf wakes up after a great battle to find he is the [...]

    • Great story. Art was inconsistent at times, but the colorist did such a fine job making the characters pop off of the page. Presentation was perfect. At first it seemed awkward reading a graphic novel that was as big as a D&D sourcebook, but when I opened to the first double-page spread I wad amazed. Very high quality for a graphic novel.There is a bonus adventure at the end of the book. The background image makes the text very difficult to read. The adventure is straightforward and follows [...]

    • Salvatore doesn't pretend to be a literary genius, this is D&D adventure through and through. I don't think I'd enjoy it in a novel form, but the art here is great and in the graphic novel form the combination of art and story really works a treat.

    • The story covers Drizzt meeting with one of his dead dwarven friends who has been turned into a vampire. Great artwork and a real good story.

    • It’s been eons since I’ve read any of the Drizzit novels, but I liked them in my teen years. When I saw an amazing cover for this graphic novel, I pick it up. The art is very good – if you ignore the fact that the only female character has the typical comic book gravity defying boobs of doom and is traveling in a skimpy outfit in the cold woods just so we can all see her melon-sized boobs of doom. (one day comic books are going to move past this, some seventy years of evidence to the contr [...]

    • Add a star and read it if you wanna know what happened to vampire Pwent after Drizzt and Dahlia leave him into the cave in Salvatore's "The last threshold" novel.If you are not a Drizzt diehard fan you can just skip it.(view spoiler)[The gravity-defying cleavage count in this comic is just off-scale (hide spoiler)]["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br [...]

    • The subject and prospects of this story were pretty exciting. I thought the dialogue, especially that of Drizzt and Dahlia, was really poor. It was really a teaser, more than anything. I just finished Neverwinter, book 2 of the Neverwinter Saga, and I'm about to start Charon's Claw, book 3. I was under the impression this took place between the two, so I'm hoping the story plays out to a satisfying conclusion in the novel.

    • Decent story, that is actually more about one of Drizzt's ex-companions who has been turned into a vampire, but still has his spiky armor. So it's a bit silly, but enjoyable for a D&D adventure done as a comic. The artwork is nice, but it also suffers because of the typical depiction of female characters in skimpy clothes relative to the clothes of the male characters, and ridiculously exaggerated bodies. Because of that, I'm not sure I can hand this one off to my nephews.

    • Nothing happened.It had a barely imaginative plot that just went from A to B, and B made no sense. The artwork was confusing - sometimes I felt I was looking at nothing more than a splurge of ink. The skill and style varied wildly - Drizzt looked different in almost every frame. It makes me think that someone is trying to copy Mignola.And utterly failing.

    • For a quick read this graphic novel packed quite a punch. I liked the tortured vampire storyline. I never knew for sure if he would succumb to his lust for blood. The art was fantastic. The story sort of abruptly ended. I would have liked to see more finality to the ending.

    • This was a decent look into the ventures of the Neverwinter series. A lot was left out that I think would have been important to include to clue the reader in a bit more, but I understand you can only squeeze in so much into so few pages. Can we discuss Drizzt's mullet, though?

    • Characterization was a bit sleight, but the (unusually for Drizzt) small-scale story was interesting. Great art throughout.

    • The story was okay, but the artwork needed some serious improvement. There are parts in the artwork where the reader isn't sure if they're mistakes or part of the overall picture.

    • Neverwinter Tales tells the tale of the unfortunate fate of Thibbledorf Pwent, the once dwarven battle-rager. Drizzt and Dahlia come across a dead band of goblins and set forth to investigate. The plot is simple and sets up a mystery that never quite resolves. While this story is part of the Drizzt series, it can be skipped as it is retold in a much better fashion in The Last Threshold.

    • I have enjoyed Salvatore's books for many years, and it was interesting to come back to the universe, and see how Drizzt has fared - I haven't kept up with several of the more recent books yet. The stories seemed to go by very quickly. I think the plot was typical of what Salvatore has done in the past.

    • First, I should note that this review should be taken with a grain of salt because I got this and the first two Drizzt graphic novels as part of a bundle, so I've only read those and not all the bits in between, so I don't really know the full history of the starting point of this. I basically liked the idea of this, but I found the delivery of it sort of plodding at times and it was a little confusing telling who was who on the bad guys side. And then the ending really just felt more like it st [...]

    • A quick side tale taking place at the end of Charon's Claw and the beginning of The Last Threshold. I like the art style and colors, though I am not a huge comic reader I'll refrain from comparison or rating. It is a short read maybe an hour and only five chapters. The book itself is rather large with a nice quality construction and heavy pages.Recommended for Drizzt fans or those looking for a decent fantasy comic, but knowledge of Gauntlgrym's novel story is extremely helpful, although enough [...]

    • This collection left me a bit cold for a couple of reasons. The artwork felt like it was webcomic with the airbrush effects and stark and simple line work. This is purely an aesthetic thing so no real points off for it. The biggest complaint I had was that the reader is thrust into the middle of a story. Granted, I fully understand that Drizzt is an institution and all so this is likely something that appeals more to people steeped in the canon. Being a person not, it was a quick and empty read [...]

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