Item description for Dragonlance - Chronicles Volume 3: Dragons Of Spring Dawning Part 1 (Dragonlance Chronicles) by Margaret Weis...
Overview When the Companions--armed with the legendary Dragonlance--begin the final battle against the evil goddess Takhisis and her legions, secrets long hidden threaten to render their sacrifices meaningless. Original.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 10" Width: 6.4" Height: 0.5" Weight: 0.7 lbs.
Release Date Mar 26, 2008
Publisher Devil's Due Publishing
ISBN 1932796959 ISBN13 9781932796957
Availability 0 units.
More About Margaret Weis
Margaret Weis began her collaboration with Tracy Hickman on the Dragonlance? series more than fifteen years ago. A decade and a half later she is the author of fifteen Dragonlance novels, the four-volume galactic fantasy Star of the Guardian, co-author with her husband Don Perrin of The Doom Brigade, Draconian Measures, Knights of the Black Earth, Robot Blues, Hung Out, and Brothers in Arms, and author of The Soulforge. She lives happily in a converted barn in southern Wisconsin with her husband and is currently working on a new series of novels for TOR.
Margaret Weis currently resides in Williams Bay, in the state of Wisconsin.
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Reviews - What do customers think about Dragonlance - Chronicles Volume 3: Dragons Of Spring Dawning Part 1 (Dragonlance Chronicles)?
Absolutely brilliant Aug 17, 2008
Another awesome job by Devils Due and the team. If you are a fan, this is a must have!
Still good work Aug 4, 2008
This is the comic adaption of the third part of the Dragonlance Chronicles Trilogy, first published in 1984. Unlike the first two adaptions, this one was split up into two parts. While the first two adaptions were exclusively drawn by Kurth, this comic is drawn by three other artists. I do not think this was a good idea, consistence would have been better. Furthermore one of the new artists has a style which is a little bit too comic-like. Moreover the pages are framed. In the previous books they were fully printed, which I felt was artistically more appealing. Nevertheless the drawings are good and the story adaption by Dabb is still worth a compliment. Since four and a half stars are not possible I give 5 stars.
I love this series! Jul 8, 2008
What's to say? I LOVE THIS SERIES.
I loved the Dragonlance Chronicles when they first came out (I bought my copy of Dragons of Autumn Twilight in 1984). I still judge all Dungeons & Dragons novels (and others of its genre, game-related fantasy) by this series. This is a faithful adaptation with excellent artwork.
My only criticism is a relatively small one, and not about the book itself: it is not easily available. I ordered it three separate times on this site (starting with an early pre-order) before this site actually got one in stock for me (twice this site cancelled the order, because they couldn't get the item in stock in a reasonable time frame).
Devil's Due Publishing is doing a great job with this series, as they have with the Drizzt novels. I hope they keep going!