Humble and IDW Publishing have teamed up to bring you the New and Classic Dungeons & Dragons Humble Comics Bundle, which offers a massive selection of D&D graphic novels worth up to $332.
As is always the case with a Humble Bundle, you pay what you want. You do have to pay the minimum amount of $1 to gain access to the Bundle’s first content tier though. Thereafter, the more you pay, the more content you get, and if you pay $25 or more you’ll unlock the Bundle’s highest content tier.
The following D&D graphic novels will be available if you pay the minimum amount of $1:
- Dragonlance Chronicles, Vol. 1: Dragons of Autumn Twilight
- Dragonlance Classics Vol. 1
- Dungeons & Dragons: At the Spine of the World #1
- Dungeons & Dragons: Infernal Tides #1
- Forgotten Realms Classics Vol. 1
There are three more tiers above that one, each of which will unlock a new batch of graphic novels such as Dragonlance Chronicles, Vol. 2: Dragons of Winter Night, and Dungeons & Dragons: A Darkened Wish.
Paying $25 or more will get you access to the top tier of content, as well as all the comics that come with the $1, $10, and $18 tiers below it. All in all, that’ll add up to 28 Dungeons & Dragons graphic novels.
Here are all of the graphic novels specifically unlocked at the $25 tier:
- Dungeons & Dragons, Vol. 1: Shadowplague
- Dungeons & Dragons: Abraxis Wren of Eberron
- Dungeons & Dragons Classics Vol. 4
- Dungeons & Dragons: Dark Sun Vol. 1 – Ianto’s Tomb
- Dungeons & Dragons: Forgotten Realms Vol.1
- Dungeons & Dragons: Frost Giant’s Fury
- Dungeons & Dragons: The Legend of Drizzt, Vol. 1: Homeland
- Dungeons & Dragons: Legends of Baldur’s Gate
- Dungeons & Dragons: Shadows of the Vampire
Some of the proceeds generated from sales of this bundle are going to the Hasbro Children’s Fund, whose mission it is to stand up for children and create a world wherein all children can experience hope, kindness, and joy.
The New and Classic Dungeons & Dragons Humble Comics Bundle will be available from now until May 3, 2021. Check it out here.
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