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The Legend of Drizzt #2

Product Type:

Trade Paperback Comic
Publisher: Devil's Due Publishing
Issue Number: The Legend of Drizzt,
Exile issues 1-3
Author: Adapted by Andrew Dabb
Original story by R.A. Salvatore
Artist: Tim Seeley
Release Date: March 2006
Format: Comic book (160 pages)

This is a trade paperback edition of the Exile comics, issues 1-3, of the Legend of Drizzt series.

This edition features an illustrated glossary and a fold-out map of Menzoberranzan.

The following text is taken from the reverse of the product:

'Fantasy's most popular character returns in the second chapter of R.A. Salvatore's Legend of Drizzt trilogy! Deep underground, Drizzt Do'Urden has abandoned his people and their corrupt society. Alone among the Drow, this young warrior thirsts for justice and friendship, rather than power and violence - and knows his only hope of finding them lays in the labyrinthe tunnels of the Underdark. But his self-imposed exile has now lasted ten long years - and rather than finding a higher calling, Drizzt has discovered only crushing lonliness and an unending series of hostile enemies.

Throughout the decade Drizzt has wandered the subterranean wilderness, his ruthless family has remained at war. With her House's fortunes rapidly waning, the evil Matron Malice Do'Urden has become obsessed with the idea that her renegade son is the key to the family's return to power. To hunt him down, Malice will dispatch a hunter who is capable not only of killing Drizzt - but of breaking his heart. In the eternal night of the Underdark, Drizzt will confront the ghosts of her past, the horrors of the present, and the only hope for the future..'

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