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Finally returning to the legendary Mithral Hall brings the unexpected to Drizzt’s life in the form of his family: the Drow. With them come thoughts of vengeance against their wayward son, a deep desire for bloodshed, and the corrupt influence of the dreaded Spider Queen. The first collection of the comic book adaptation of R.A. Salvatore’s Forgotten Realms saga, The Legacy Finally returning to the legendary Mithral Hall brings the unexpected to Drizzt’s life in the form of his family: the Drow. With them come thoughts of vengeance against their wayward son, a deep desire for bloodshed, and the corrupt influence of the dreaded Spider Queen. The first collection of the comic book adaptation of R.A. Salvatore’s Forgotten Realms saga, The Legacy sees the stakes get higher than ever in the next chapter of the Legend of Drizzt.


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Finally returning to the legendary Mithral Hall brings the unexpected to Drizzt’s life in the form of his family: the Drow. With them come thoughts of vengeance against their wayward son, a deep desire for bloodshed, and the corrupt influence of the dreaded Spider Queen. The first collection of the comic book adaptation of R.A. Salvatore’s Forgotten Realms saga, The Legacy Finally returning to the legendary Mithral Hall brings the unexpected to Drizzt’s life in the form of his family: the Drow. With them come thoughts of vengeance against their wayward son, a deep desire for bloodshed, and the corrupt influence of the dreaded Spider Queen. The first collection of the comic book adaptation of R.A. Salvatore’s Forgotten Realms saga, The Legacy sees the stakes get higher than ever in the next chapter of the Legend of Drizzt.

30 review for The Legacy: The Graphic Novel

  1. 5 out of 5

    Ed Hall

    The Legacy Graphic Novel by R.A. Salvatore statrs the legend of Drizzt storyline where the Icewindale story ended. This book continues to build on the characters that have already been introduced in the story and strengthens the tension between the hero Drizzt and his ach enemy, Artemis. The character of Jaraxle is brought to life in this story and is exactly as I had imagined him when I read the original Novel. The only thing I find upsetting is that I can not find the next graphic novel in the The Legacy Graphic Novel by R.A. Salvatore statrs the legend of Drizzt storyline where the Icewindale story ended. This book continues to build on the characters that have already been introduced in the story and strengthens the tension between the hero Drizzt and his ach enemy, Artemis. The character of Jaraxle is brought to life in this story and is exactly as I had imagined him when I read the original Novel. The only thing I find upsetting is that I can not find the next graphic novel in the series, "Starless Night" anywhere.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Meredith Katz

    Got rid of almost all the things I particularly found fun or well done from the book, but was otherwise fairly good at getting the plot beats in. Nice fashion sense, Jarlaxle.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Angel

    Another good installment of this series. This volume starts a new cycle, the "Legacy of the Drow" cycle. Just when Drizzt might start thinking he can settle down in Mithral Hall with his friends, his past comes to haunt him as his sister and the remnants of his former house come seeking revenge. As always with this series, the art is very good, and it complements the story nicely. Overall, the Drizzt tales lend themselves to the graphic novel adaptation very well. If you enjoyed the novels, you Another good installment of this series. This volume starts a new cycle, the "Legacy of the Drow" cycle. Just when Drizzt might start thinking he can settle down in Mithral Hall with his friends, his past comes to haunt him as his sister and the remnants of his former house come seeking revenge. As always with this series, the art is very good, and it complements the story nicely. Overall, the Drizzt tales lend themselves to the graphic novel adaptation very well. If you enjoyed the novels, you will likely enjoy this graphic novel adaptation. It was overall a pretty good, entertaining read.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Luingalad

    the graphic novel is not as good as the book.

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    Chris

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    David Birt

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    Mark Ryer

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    Dave

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    Zaeanes Kun

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    Richard Snipes

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    Ron Musial

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    David

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    Weston

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    Nic Combs

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    Juan Vazquez

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    Reno

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    tekniklr

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    Robert Harrison

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    Keredain

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    Cheryl

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    Marc

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    Jesse Winslow

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    Nickoli

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    Mario Fernández

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    Katherine Luttmer

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    Dan

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    Adam Behm

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    Sandor Havriljak

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    Jeremy

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    Bill

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