About Dungeons & Dragons: The Legend of Drizzt Volume 6 – The Halfling’s Gem
At long last, Drizzt D’ourden has found a surrogate family to love and stand by through all. However, in the aftermath of the battle for Mithral Hall, Drizzt finds this family in pieces. Bruenor Battlehammer is lost, thought to be dead; Guenwhyvar—his loyal, magical panther—is missing; and Regis the halfling has been kidnapped by Drizzt’s archenemy, the master assassin Artemis Entreri.
Adapted by Andrew Dabb (Supernatural) from R.A. Salvatore’s famous book, The Legend of Drizzt: The Halfling’s Gem, with art by Tim Seeley (Hack/Slash, Revival).
“It seems that R.A. Salvatore is everywhere these days. And I love it!” – Geeks of Doom (about Dungeons & Dragons: The Legend of Drizzt: Neverwinter Tales #3)
“In the end this book told an exciting story and feels like a great way to read up on one of the most important characters in D&D. I actually now feel more inclined to go pick up the book after reading the comic adaptation just to fill in any gaps that may exist in the plot. It seems like ideal reading for anyone into fantasy books or video games set in this type of world, especially with Dragon Age Inquisition doing the rounds. The art throughout is of a consistently high standard and really brings the book to life with its bold colours and detailed characters.” – Dave MacPhail, Big Glasgow Comic.com (on Dungeons & Dragons: The Legend of Drizzt Volume 1: Homeland)