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Dungeons & Dragons: At The Spine Of World TP (Trade Paperback)

Dungeons & Dragons: At The Spine Of World TP (Trade Paperback)

Dungeons & Dragons: At The Spine Of World TP (Trade Paperback)

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Pre-order In stock estimate: Aug 4, 2021 - Aug 11, 2021
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Description

A new Dungeons & Dragons adventure awaits! Return to Icewind Dale with a new party of adventurers! Can these five unlikely heroes stop the plot of an ancient, primordial evil? A never-ending winter night is driving an isolated northern town to the brink of madness. To save them, Runa, Saarvin, Patience, Amos, and Belvyre must traverse the blighted tundra to find a cure. On the journey, they'll encounter frozen obstacles, unimaginable monsters, and, perhaps most dangerous, dissension in their ranks and the fraying of the bonds of friendship that must sustain them through the dark. Based on the original, massively popular tabletop role-playing game and featuring a brand-new cast of characters, Dungeons and Dragons: At the Spine of the World is written by New York Times bestselling author AJ Mendez and writer/actor Aimee Garcia! Martin Coccolo (Green Lantern, Star Trek: Year Five) provides stunning art that will have readers feeling the crunch of snow under their boots. Whether you're a veteran dice-slinger or a new visitor to the Forgotten Realms, At the Spine of the World is a perfect gateway to new adventure.

(W) AJ Mendez, Aimee Garcia (A/CA) Martin Coccolo

Product details
Adult No
Department books / Graphic Novels - Trade Paperbacks
Publisher IDW PUBLISHING
Series IDW Publishing , Dungeons & Dragons 5th Edition
Shop Comics & POP Culture
Primary language English
DC Previews 2021 MAR
Product Code ARCHO3-496603
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