Dungeons & Dragons: Cutter #1

Dungeons & Dragons: Cutter #1

Writer: R.A. Salvatore, Geno Salvatore Artist: David Baldeon Publisher: IDW Publishing Release Date: April 10, 2013 Critic Reviews: 2
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BIRTHRIGHT! Tierflin and Doum'weille are half-Drow siblings, locked in competition for the ownership of the bloodthirsty sword Khazid'hea-the Cutter! Their father, the Drow renegade Tos'un-a veteran of battles against the Kingdom of Many-Arrows-is forced to choose his heir... but what does the powerful sword have to say on the subject?

  • 8.0
    Comic Bastards - Dustin Cabeal Apr 10, 2013

    I’ve dabbled with the Dungeons & Dragons comics before, but this is definitely the most interesting one I’ve read thus far. I hope that it continues with this same quality, pacing and art design as this issue, because it will definitely make or break the rest of the series. Right now I want to say that I’ll finish it no matter what, but with the open ended ending that this issue has makes it hard to blindly support the entire release; for sure though I will be back for the second issue and highly recommend fantasy lovers to check it out as well. Read Full Review

  • 7.0
    Florida Geek Scene - Zackery Cote Apr 10, 2013

    While there is a lot of good going on in Dungeons & Dragons: Cutter, it's buried a bit too deeply. Most of the dialogue, of which there is little enough to begin with, is arbitrary and expository. Very little of it feels natural, rather, it appears simply to be crammed together in order to force the story forward. Luckily, the comic has very strong illustration, which picks up the slack of the lackluster dialogue, so to speak, and keeps the comic engaging and entertaining. I'm sure fans of the Forgotten Realms will enjoy this addition to the saga's already extensive lore, and if you've never experienced the world, this isn't a bad place to jump in. Read Full Review

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