Hey Dungeons and Dragons fans! IDW Publishing has a collected volume of Dungeons & Dragons: Fell’s Five arriving in stores this week, and you can take the jump to get a sneak peek.

Dungeons & Dragons: Fell’s Five
John Rogers (w)
Andrea Di Vito, Denis Medri, Horacio Domingues, Juanan, Guido Guidi, Vicente Alcazar, Nacho Arranz, Andres Ponce (a)
Di Vito (c)
Join Adric Fell, the halfling Bree Three-Hands, the dwarf Khal Khalundurrin, the tiefling Tisha Swornheart, and the elf Varis in a tale of high adventure and deep secrets. Collects all 15 issues of the Dungeons & Dragons series and also includes extras like comic and game adventures, character sheets, glossaries, and an art gallery.

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Dungeons & Dragons: Fell’s Five has a $49.99 cover price.

via IDW Publishing

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4 Comments

  1. Landle
    February 11, 2014 at 11:15 am — Reply

    This was a fantastic comic. Whatever happened to it?

    • FurrySaint
      February 11, 2014 at 9:28 pm — Reply

      Apparently the writer, John Rogers, had a ton of work fall on him and never managed to dig himself out. Which damn sad, as this was the best take on D&D I’ve ever read.

    • February 19, 2014 at 9:10 pm — Reply

      Agreed! I really hope it makes a comeback. I’ve found the Pathfinder comic to be pretty good in the meantime.

  2. February 12, 2014 at 7:13 am — Reply

    Yeah it was so good. It was the best thing that came out of the 4th edition time period. The original excuse was they had 2 or 3 other dnd comics planned and didn’t want to over saturate the market. So they decided to pull the very best series and keep the crappy limited series ones. Now that John Rogers is done with Leverage I hope he will return to doing more.

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