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Dungeons and Dragons

A Darkened Wish (GN) (D&D: Dungeons and Dragons)

B. Dave Walters Tess Fowler



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21 July 2020
An all-new adventure of epic scope and flair that combines the elements of story telling and action that make every campaign so fun!

When war threatens the Moonshae Isles, legendary heroes return to defeat the forces of an unthinkable foe. The Forgotten Realms are changed forever as young wizard Helene and her friends grow from raw recruits on the streets of Mintarn into powerful warriors.
By:   B. Dave Walters
By (artist):   Tess Fowler
Country of Publication:   United States
Dimensions:   Height: 259mm,  Width: 168mm, 
ISBN:   9781684055388
ISBN 10:   1684055385
Series:   D&D: Dungeons and Dragons
Pages:   120
Publication Date:   21 July 2020
Recommended Age:   From 13 to 16 years
Audience:   General/trade ,  ELT Advanced
Format:   Paperback
Publisher's Status:   Active

B. Dave Walters is the writer of Dungeons & Dragons for IDW Publishing as well as for his work on the shows Vampire- The Masquerade- L.A. By Night, Shield of Tomorrow, and Where the Wall Meets the Sky. He is the co-host of Ask Your Black Geek Friend and a founding member of The Uncommon Trust. Tess Fowler started out in Heavy Metal Magazine, but it was her artwork on Rat Queens (with Kurtis Wiebe) that put her on the map. Her webcomic, The Rascals, can be found at http-//rascalscomic.com/. She lives in Los Angeles with her husband.

Reviews for Dungeons and Dragons: A Darkened Wish (GN) (D&D: Dungeons and Dragons)

The creative team of B. Dave Walters and Tess Fowler craft a fantasy story that hews close to classic fantasy and yet is unique to D&D. Fowler's art in particular is a highlight, as this is probably the strongest work of her career... A must-read for any fans of 'classic' fantasy, even if you've never picked up a die. -ComicBook.com Bookended by real emotional weight. Walters' script is tight and focuses on character development rather than world-building, which allows him to move the plot along at an intense pace. Fowler and Fotos are in full beast mode here, delivering page after page of pure awesomeness. -Nerdist If you have ever played D&D before, you can for sure see this as if it was being played out over the tabletop. Some areas felt like someone had rolled a Nat20 and areas where someone failed a saving throw. It all felt just like a group of people had played this out, and this is the shortened version of that story. --Pastrami Nation

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