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Provides information on strange and exotic Menzoberranzan, the vast city of the Drow and homeland to Icewind Dale hero, Drizzt Do'Urden.


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Provides information on strange and exotic Menzoberranzan, the vast city of the Drow and homeland to Icewind Dale hero, Drizzt Do'Urden.

30 review for Homeland: The Graphic Novel (The Legend of Drizzt: The Graphic Novel #1)

  1. 5 out of 5

    Jessica ❁ ➳ Silverbow ➳ ❁ Rabid Reads-no-more

    3/21/18 - ON SALE for $3.99: http://amzn.to/2u6WOuT Reviewed by: Rabid Reads 3.5 stars ***NON-TRADITIONAL REVIEW ALERT*** I posted this on RR as a review/bookfessional, so if you like to-the-point, no frills reviews, do us both a favor a move along. ;) I didn’t grow up playing D&D. I’d love to be able to say I did, but I’m not that geekfabulous. BUT. I did grow up watching my only-ten-years-older-than-me uncle play D&D. And he was cool before geek was cool. For real. I’d even credit him with h 3/21/18 - ON SALE for $3.99: http://amzn.to/2u6WOuT Reviewed by: Rabid Reads 3.5 stars ***NON-TRADITIONAL REVIEW ALERT*** I posted this on RR as a review/bookfessional, so if you like to-the-point, no frills reviews, do us both a favor a move along. ;) I didn’t grow up playing D&D. I’d love to be able to say I did, but I’m not that geekfabulous. BUT. I did grow up watching my only-ten-years-older-than-me uncle play D&D. And he was cool before geek was cool. For real. I’d even credit him with helping pave the way for the rest of us. All my friends always had huge crushes on him. They were super jealous that he came to pick me up from elementary school in his Jeep Wrangler, blasting not-country on his way home from high school, while they were getting picked up by their mom in a minivan. Not gonna lie. It was awesome. As was everything he did, as far as I was concerned. My grandmother—the one who raised me on fairy tales, so Uncle came by it honestly—would flip through the monster manual (NOT Manuela, autocorrect, geez) with me, and we’d read the descriptions together (also awesome). I loved it. So yesterday, when I saw that the first four volumes of THE LEGEND OF DRIZZT, THE GRAPHIC NOVEL were on sale for $3.99, I was all over it. And when I read it, I was #confusedaf. ALL DROW LOOK THE SAME. AND HAVE WEIRD-ASS NAMES. And some of their identities are DELIBERATELY obscured for later Big Reveals. I mean, ultimately I enjoyed it, but only after flipping back and forth MULTIPLE times, trying to figure out who was who and their relationship to Drizzt. I’m like, k, that guy has short hair, that one has a braid, and that one is in red embossed armor, and, and . . . O.o But when I finally got everyone straight, it was a compelling idea: inexplicably moral dark elf surrounded by uniformly Bad dark elves. What to do? ALSO, there's a really cool cat demon thing. I was entertained enough that I looked up the actual books. There are twenty-three in the main series. TWENTY-THREE. *edvard munch face* And wouldn’t you know that all but one of them is available for instant gratification download b/c ebook.* Wanna guess which one doesn’t have a kindle version? If you said, “the first one,” you are not wrong. *bangs head against wall* *That’s my second favorite thing about ebooks, btw. When I want to read something, I want to read it NOW. Not in 2 - 5 days. BUT. I discovered last year, during my must-know-ALL-the-STAR WARS-things phase, that I can (under the right circumstances) absorb an audio book (I have auditory ADD, and yes, that is a real thing), so I found an alternate way to one-click. Bwahaha. Unfortunately, the narration sucks (NOT the right circumstances). Dude speaks at that weird speed that is too slow, but just fast enough that even increasing the narration to 1.25 speed sounds ridiculous. Also, I’m boycotting paperbacks, b/c if I don’t want it enough to pay for the hardcover, I can’t spare the shelf space. #firstworldproblems SO. All you D&D people: is this series good enough to further investigate, or am I better off sticking with the graphic novels and calling it a day. Not asking Uncle, b/c I’m pretty sure I already know what he’d say, so help a noob out, plz.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Allie

    I read the novel a few years ago; this helped me remember it. Drizzt is pretty badass. And I wish I had a Guenhwyvar (the panther on the cover). Although I wasn't overly impressed with the art, it didn't suck.

  3. 5 out of 5

    11811 (Eleven)

    I grew up on this stuff and didn't realize there was a graphic novel version until recently. Good stuff. Love the art. Looking forward to the other volumes.

  4. 4 out of 5

    David Sarkies

    A Graphic Rendition of an Awesome Novel 29 December 2015 Okay, here I am reading another graphic novel despite the fact that I constantly proclaim that I don't like graphic novels. So, the question is, am I a hypocrite? Well, not entirely namely because I have broadened my areas of writing to include businesses, which means that I write on Yelp, True Local, and Trip Advisor (though Trip Advisor doesn't have a list of comic/gaming shops in its database, despite the fact that I used to travel just A Graphic Rendition of an Awesome Novel 29 December 2015 Okay, here I am reading another graphic novel despite the fact that I constantly proclaim that I don't like graphic novels. So, the question is, am I a hypocrite? Well, not entirely namely because I have broadened my areas of writing to include businesses, which means that I write on Yelp, True Local, and Trip Advisor (though Trip Advisor doesn't have a list of comic/gaming shops in its database, despite the fact that I used to travel just to check out the gaming shops), and since most of the people on these sites don't review comic books shops I decided to step up to the plate and do just that. However, if I'm going to review a comic book shop it means that I actually have to buy something from it – a comic book – which is why I land up with all these graphic novels. Anyway, this one actually turned out to be pretty good, but that is probably because it is based on a pretty good book. When I was perusing the offerings at one particular comic bookshop in Adelaide (owned by some guy named Wally, who by the way has absolutely no customer service skills, but has been in the business for thirty years and seeing off most of his competition) my eyes fell upon this particular book, and having quite enjoyed the original book (and not wanting to grab another Marvel comic – let's wait until Captain America: Civil War hits the cinemas before I go for a Captain America book), I decided to grab it. I guess the idea of not having any expectations on its content worked in this case because I was instantly hooked – in fact I couldn't put it down, to the point that I had to resist the temptation to put my feet up on the table at work and just finish reading it (I'm sure the boss wouldn't have been all that impressed if I had done that). As I said, it is based on the original novel, and does add a new dimension to it – you get to see that Matron Malice isn't actually this old hag but a pretty attractive woman (but then again she is an elf, and they don't age all that fast). Anyway, if you haven't read the books, but are looking for a story full off intrigue, backstabbing, and nasty monsters, as well as some good old fashioned Dungeons and Dragons adventure, then this is definitely something to check out. In fact I enjoyed it so much that I am half tempted to see if the other volumes are available, and if they aren't, then to keep an eye out for when they are released and snap them up immediately.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Paul Nelson

    The Salvatore series featuring the dark elf Drizzt Do'Urden barring Lord of the Rings was the first fantasy series I read and continued with 20+ books and as a result is by far my favourite genre. The natural step as I have delved into graphic novels was to go back to the series that started it all and with Homeland I was far from disappointed.The story and the artwork really capture the essence of the Drow or Dark Elf culture, mainly deceit, deception and ruthlessness. The story takes place in The Salvatore series featuring the dark elf Drizzt Do'Urden barring Lord of the Rings was the first fantasy series I read and continued with 20+ books and as a result is by far my favourite genre. The natural step as I have delved into graphic novels was to go back to the series that started it all and with Homeland I was far from disappointed.The story and the artwork really capture the essence of the Drow or Dark Elf culture, mainly deceit, deception and ruthlessness. The story takes place in the great Drow city of Menzoberranzan, in a place known as the Underdark and deep under ground. Drow society consists of a hierarchy of powerful families each looking to get a step higher up the ladder whilst winning and maintaining the favour of their spider God Lolth. Each family is ruled by the more powerful females and head of the family is the Matron, we meet Matron Malice, head of House Do'Urden as she plots the destruction of House Devir which will allow Do'Urden to move up to the ninth most powerful house. The evil morals of the dark elfs are revealed early as the Devir house is culled, the children slaughtered and at the same time the second eldest Do'Urden son slays his brother to become the elderboy of the house. This is turn saves the life of the third son, newly born on the night of the slaughter from being sacrificed to Lolth as custom dictates and the baby's name Drizzt Do'Urden. Here we see Drizzt grow from his early trials, his schooling in the arts of both combat and magic to his eventual disappointment and resentment of his Kin's life and actions. Read the RA Salvatore books some years ago so I can't verify how closely the graphic novel follows the book but it does read very well and seeing Drizzt develop into the twin scimitar wielding warrior of the heroic fantasy I remember was as good as it could have been. The artwork of both Menzoberranzan and all the characters was flawless and I shall certainly continue with the series

  6. 4 out of 5

    Kyla

    It was beautiful. Perfectly played out, gorgeous photos, and the emotions were tied up and stuck in one place until the book ended.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Annemarie Donahue

    HOLY COW! I'm crazy late to the table on this book, but let me say it again "HOLY COW!" was this a terrific graphic novel. For anyone out there who misses just good old D&D writing R.A. Salvatore (an alumnus of my uni!) This is the prequel to the adventures of Drizzt, a dark elf, with the ability to walk in daylight. Being born for the soul purpose of being sacrificed to the spider goddess, Drizzt is saved from death when his older brother kills the first boy of their house, house Do'Urden ( HOLY COW! I'm crazy late to the table on this book, but let me say it again "HOLY COW!" was this a terrific graphic novel. For anyone out there who misses just good old D&D writing R.A. Salvatore (an alumnus of my uni!) This is the prequel to the adventures of Drizzt, a dark elf, with the ability to walk in daylight. Being born for the soul purpose of being sacrificed to the spider goddess, Drizzt is saved from death when his older brother kills the first boy of their house, house Do'Urden (okay, no one's going to huffy about my misspelling of EVERYTHING). Guided by the master of arms, Drizzt's friend, chief ally and unknown father, Drizzt grows into a fine honorable man... which is a problem in Drow society. Think Klingons on crazy pills. This is a society that has embraced treachery, war and malice (BTW - that's his mum's name). They fight, plot and destroy, all for their own glory and at the cost of the society surrounding them. Drizzt is born into a rising house, and as such is sent to a training center to become a warrior for his house. His sisters, all high priestesses will inherit a house whose goal is to stand alone at the top; to that purpose they will gladly use their brother, abuse their brother and kill their brother... as would any self-respecting decent Drow priestess. Drizzt soon sees that he cannot bend his heart from empathy of the creatures that his kind destroy for no reason and attempts to run from the house. His father Zak (short for Zakcrazybunchofletters) sacrifices his life to save his son and Drizzt with his panther escapes into the wilds of the Underdark, leaving his house behind as it is attacked and threatened with doom. Fortunately I already have the next book (since it was published back in 2008), Exile! Please check out my youtube channel and blogger site for more information on this fantastic series! http://englishclassroomdonahue.blogsp... https://www.youtube.com/user/englishc...

  8. 4 out of 5

    Emily

    My 1st glimpse into D&D. Excellent. I can't wait read more!

  9. 4 out of 5

    Gautam Surath

    I have maintained that Graphic novels are a good way to relive the books that you loved in a totally new format while at the same time recalling the key elements that may still be pertinent in the books to come. It turns out that if the graphic novel is done well it takes on a life of its own and that's truly the case with Homeland. Tim does great justice with the creation on Menzoberranzan in colour and we get lost in the the cruel lives of the Drow. Is it great to be back or what. HIghly recom I have maintained that Graphic novels are a good way to relive the books that you loved in a totally new format while at the same time recalling the key elements that may still be pertinent in the books to come. It turns out that if the graphic novel is done well it takes on a life of its own and that's truly the case with Homeland. Tim does great justice with the creation on Menzoberranzan in colour and we get lost in the the cruel lives of the Drow. Is it great to be back or what. HIghly recommended even if you have not read the novels!

  10. 5 out of 5

    Michelle

    Overall I enjoyed the story because Drizzt is such a likable character but I wish I had known about some trigger warnings in it. So just in case this might help even one reader - Content Warnings: Violence against children and an animal.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Colona Public Library

    This story takes place in the under dark and focuses on the drow city of menzoberranzan, where Drizzt was born and was about to be sacrificed. He was sparred thanks to luck. (view spoiler)[ luck being one of his other family members was killed. Their spider goddess has very specific terms about sacrifice, like 3rd sons shall be sacrificed...or something along those lines. (hide spoiler)] He is has an exotic eye color and as he grow older they find out also has a strange personality. Drittz is me This story takes place in the under dark and focuses on the drow city of menzoberranzan, where Drizzt was born and was about to be sacrificed. He was sparred thanks to luck. (view spoiler)[ luck being one of his other family members was killed. Their spider goddess has very specific terms about sacrifice, like 3rd sons shall be sacrificed...or something along those lines. (hide spoiler)] He is has an exotic eye color and as he grow older they find out also has a strange personality. Drittz is merciful and shows kindness to servant magical creatures. The art is fine, I wish they did something different with all the drow outfits. I think they did a nice job making it into a graphic novel and will probably continue reading the graphic novel series. If you are a fan of d&d or fantasy I would recommend this book, if you liked this I would also recommend checking out the full book. Currently doing an Out of the Abyss (5e) D&D campaign, so I'm very excited to see if he makes it to some of the cities and possibly meet any characters we've encountered. ~Ashley

  12. 5 out of 5

    Jacob Hodges

    Great story (expected) but artwork was rough. I also missed a lot of the backstory and depth that I picked up in the novel. The novel made me want to read this; I am not sure this would make me want to read the novel.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Mr.Babal

    Çizimlerinden dolayı bir yıldız kırdım ama hikaye olarak hoşuma gitti. Seriye hemen devam edicem. Ayrıca Drizzt karakterini çok sevdim. Muhtemelen kitabı okusam daha da çok severdim.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Jen

    It's been many years since I last read any of the Forgotten Realms stories. I'm pretty sure my last encounters in this world took place before 2005, and possibly even before 2000. So when I learned about this graphic novel (I'll try to find where), I jumped at the chance to get reacquainted with the Forgotten Realms stories. I liked that this story introduced us to Drizzt. From his birth through his early years in the Underdark, it was a nice reintroduction to [a part of] the world of the Forgott It's been many years since I last read any of the Forgotten Realms stories. I'm pretty sure my last encounters in this world took place before 2005, and possibly even before 2000. So when I learned about this graphic novel (I'll try to find where), I jumped at the chance to get reacquainted with the Forgotten Realms stories. I liked that this story introduced us to Drizzt. From his birth through his early years in the Underdark, it was a nice reintroduction to [a part of] the world of the Forgotten Realms. :-) And since this story was told in graphic novel form, it was fun getting to see Drizzt and some of the other players in his life. I enjoyed the art style, but I have to say that I hope the artist stays the same for as long as this graphic novel series goes on. There were a lot of characters in this story, and it wasn't always easy to identify who was speaking, but the artwork gradually made sense to me and I was able to figure out who was who. But if the artist changes in a later volume? ¯\_(ツ)_/ ¯ So this was a fun graphic novel. I enjoyed it enough that I am interested in continuing in this series. So I'm off to request that my library find Volume Two! :-) A few words on how this first volume ends: (view spoiler)[Drizzt defeated Masoj Hun'ett and Alton Devir. His father, Zaknafein was sacrificed for Lolth, the Spider Goddess, by the females in his family. Drizzt learned of his death and successfully escaped his family to leave for parts unknown. Our last view was of Drizzt walking away from Menzoherranzan (city of the Drow) with Guenhwyvar (the cat) by his side. And the text says . . . THE END The Legend of Drizzt continues in Forgotten Realms: Exile (hide spoiler)] I'm actually pretty eager to read Volume Two, since I really want to know what Drizzt is going to do next. Where will he end up? I must find out! :-)

  15. 4 out of 5

    Keith Irwin

    This the comic book adaptation of R.A. Salvatore's novel about Drizzt, an unusual Drow. I have not read the novel this was based on. I enjoyed reading this adaptation. It's an interesting story, steeped in the details of an exotic, imaginary culture. Part of the fun of it was understanding what Drow cultural norms were. Fundamentally, Drizzt is an exercise in putting a character whose morality and cultural expectations are more like our own into a very different culture and seeing the result. So This the comic book adaptation of R.A. Salvatore's novel about Drizzt, an unusual Drow. I have not read the novel this was based on. I enjoyed reading this adaptation. It's an interesting story, steeped in the details of an exotic, imaginary culture. Part of the fun of it was understanding what Drow cultural norms were. Fundamentally, Drizzt is an exercise in putting a character whose morality and cultural expectations are more like our own into a very different culture and seeing the result. So, on the whole, I found it enjoyable. I did, however, have a great deal of difficulty telling the characters apart. They were all draw with identical idealized bodies and faces. All the male drow were shaped exactly the same in both the body and the face. All the female drow were shaped exactly alike in both the body and the face. They almost all wore the same colors and had very similar hair. It really was a serious chore telling one from another. I understand that there should be some uniformity, but I felt like the artist could have done a better job in making characters distinguishable from one another. I eventually worked it all out, but it was very hard to read in the beginning because I had no idea who anyone was.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Benjamin

    I was not expecting to enjoy this as much as I did. Reasons why I wasn't expecting to enjoy it: -Drizzt is a fun character when surrounded by others, but all by himself he can be overblown and melodramatic; -origin stories lend themselves to that sort of "I'm all alone" melodrama*; -the art is in a modern cartoony vein that isn't that fun to look at. *Really, if Goethe wrote fantasy, he'd have written the Sorrows of Young Drizzt. Reasons why I ended up enjoying this book more than I expected: -There' I was not expecting to enjoy this as much as I did. Reasons why I wasn't expecting to enjoy it: -Drizzt is a fun character when surrounded by others, but all by himself he can be overblown and melodramatic; -origin stories lend themselves to that sort of "I'm all alone" melodrama*; -the art is in a modern cartoony vein that isn't that fun to look at. *Really, if Goethe wrote fantasy, he'd have written the Sorrows of Young Drizzt. Reasons why I ended up enjoying this book more than I expected: -There's some nice structure here, particularly around Drizzt and his trainer, both of whom are good, both of whom suspect the other is evil. I wouldn't recommend this to anyone too hard because life is short, but it was better than I expected.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Matej

    This collection (3 double sized issues) feels more like a visual companion to the books, and not as a standalone installment. They have tried to cram as much as they could, but you do get the feeling that a lot had to be cut out from the books, and therefore there are a bit too much time jumps, and story told through narration. The art and coloring fits the fantasy comic genre rather well, even though sometimes the only way to to tell characters apart is by their hair styles (not to be racist, bu This collection (3 double sized issues) feels more like a visual companion to the books, and not as a standalone installment. They have tried to cram as much as they could, but you do get the feeling that a lot had to be cut out from the books, and therefore there are a bit too much time jumps, and story told through narration. The art and coloring fits the fantasy comic genre rather well, even though sometimes the only way to to tell characters apart is by their hair styles (not to be racist, but drow tend to look alike). All in all, this is a solid fantasy graphic novel that will appeal to most fans of the genre.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Camem1996

    The story starts in A big underground City Called menborozan, this is a city where the dark elves live. there are several big houses of familys in this where they are constinly trying to secrelty kill eachother so they can become one of the higher ranking houses. During one of these raids our Main Charactor is born Drizzt Do urden. He grows up like any other Dark elf but he has different thoughts about his race then all of the other dark elves but he tries to become like them till he just cant s The story starts in A big underground City Called menborozan, this is a city where the dark elves live. there are several big houses of familys in this where they are constinly trying to secrelty kill eachother so they can become one of the higher ranking houses. During one of these raids our Main Charactor is born Drizzt Do urden. He grows up like any other Dark elf but he has different thoughts about his race then all of the other dark elves but he tries to become like them till he just cant stand it anymore. I loved this book because there is constant action and i would recomend it to any body that loves fantasy novils from the forgotten relms or Draganlace books.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Timothy McNeil

    Weak 3 stars. The art was mostly good (with one poorly executed combat scene rendered unfathomable near the end), but not of sufficient quality to make the individual Drow identifiable with any regularity. The story...well, it solved the problem of wondering whether I wanted to read the novel version of the story. The answer is "no". It may because of the format, but it was formulaic even for D&D story. Not terrible, and not without something approaching nuance (which may be there in novel fo Weak 3 stars. The art was mostly good (with one poorly executed combat scene rendered unfathomable near the end), but not of sufficient quality to make the individual Drow identifiable with any regularity. The story...well, it solved the problem of wondering whether I wanted to read the novel version of the story. The answer is "no". It may because of the format, but it was formulaic even for D&D story. Not terrible, and not without something approaching nuance (which may be there in novel form) at times, but not what I am looking for in my fantasy fiction.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Le Mot Juste

    Classic origin story. I really enjoyed this! Though it didn't give any ground breaking plot twists, it's a beginning arch and it had every aspect of fantasy that I love. The setting, the drow society, and the conflict between society and self were amazing to read about. It's almost like chapter 1 of a D&D history textbook. The pacing was also very good as it wasn't rushed and we got to see Drizzt from birth to man and all his internal struggles in between. I will definitely continue with thi Classic origin story. I really enjoyed this! Though it didn't give any ground breaking plot twists, it's a beginning arch and it had every aspect of fantasy that I love. The setting, the drow society, and the conflict between society and self were amazing to read about. It's almost like chapter 1 of a D&D history textbook. The pacing was also very good as it wasn't rushed and we got to see Drizzt from birth to man and all his internal struggles in between. I will definitely continue with this series when I get the chance!

  21. 5 out of 5

    Gwen Guerrero Maciel

    Una novela fresca y bastante original, es un mundo creado desde cero con sus propias reglas sombrías, sin duda debe ser un extraordinario libro. Por lo que me gustaría conseguir el libro y disfrutar todo, puesto que en la novela gráfica solo podemos conocer algunas cosas muy superficialmente. Y también me gustaría saber como se pronuncian todos los nombres. Personajes y situaciones bastante buenas. Todo muy bien creado. Recomendable si te gusta la fantasía.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Chelsea

    I thoroughly enjoyed this introduction. It was lovely seeing the tone and details in addition to comprehending the story. I will definitely read the full novel, because there was a feeling here of vast canyons of story between each plot point, but it was a great read and I'm glad of the basic introduction.

  23. 5 out of 5

    C

    Loved it. My only complaint is: Drizzt has quite a chin. What kind of complaint is that? None. So therefore: it's great. Recommended for folks who want to get the sidestory on Drizzt before jumping into other Salvatore books, or get an idea of the Drizzt fascination in nerd-land without committing to reading the bulk of the series.

  24. 5 out of 5

    King Possum

    Love this. I love DRIZZT in graphic novel form. I've read homeland in paperback and kindle, listened to the audiobook and now the graphic novel. This is a great companion to the first book. I would recommend kids starting the DRIZZT series with this then moving up to the books or adults from the books to graphic novel. Gives very nice story and artwork is pretty good.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Bentley

    I have given most of Salvatores' books 5 stars because of my love of his storytelling, while the story has not changed, i do not feel the artist did the justice of Salvatores' words. I would rather read the books and visualize over the graphic novel. Still a great book to own, i have no regrets spending the money for this book!

  26. 5 out of 5

    Kyle

    Good Graphic Novel, though I mainly read it because my library reserved that for me instead of the standard novel the graphic novel was based off of. Still wishing & hoping to read the standard novel.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Daniel

    The novel upon which this is based, I read once and never read again. However, this graphic novel is enjoyable and develops the characters and world they reside in to create interest in the next graphic novels in the series.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Magila

    Dark Elves. The idea that they vary so absolutely from their cousins is pretty interesting. I was pretty happy with my first introduction to Drizz't. Maybe a tad cartoony here and there to me, but apart from that there isn't much reason for compliant. NB: I haven't read the novels yet.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Tod Hilton

    A great way to revisit one of my favorite characters, Drizzt Do'Urden.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Nynke

    wow! Every thing is drawn almost exactly as I immagined it when reading the book. How is this even posibile? Can a writer be so descriptive that everyone pictures the same thing in their head?

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