• Title: Warlands: Volume 1 Darklyte
  • Author: Adrian Tsang Pat Lee
  • ISBN: 9781582402284
  • Page: 440
  • Format: None
  • Warlands Volume Darklyte Welcome to Warlands a fantasy world of Myth and magic against the backdrop of a world in the grip of a global scale war against the Vampire Hordes of Datara Bent on the conquest of the entire realm
    Welcome to Warlands, a fantasy world of Myth and magic against the backdrop of a world in the grip of a global scale war against the Vampire Hordes of Datara Bent on the conquest of the entire realm, Malagen the Black, Kahn of Datara, embarks on an unholy war to obtain the legendary Darklyte armor, an artifact fabled to the nexus of all manner of magical energy Join ourWelcome to Warlands, a fantasy world of Myth and magic against the backdrop of a world in the grip of a global scale war against the Vampire Hordes of Datara Bent on the conquest of the entire realm, Malagen the Black, Kahn of Datara, embarks on an unholy war to obtain the legendary Darklyte armor, an artifact fabled to the nexus of all manner of magical energy Join our heroes in the aches of their ruined homeland as they struggle against the dark to save the world from total annihilation.

    One Reply to “Warlands: Volume 1 Darklyte”

    1. Solid concept. Amazing-looking art. So, why 3 stars?Flat writing. Can't tell what the hell is going on most of the time visually. Kind of a mess. Sure am purty, though.

    2. Warlands is cool!!really kick assi like the artwork which is manga anime style and not lazy formulaic or repitious good detail and characters drawn well and emotivelywarlands is a fantasy based and well written and drawn as well as highly detailed artistically ongoing comic books were released in the mid to late 90's to early 2000 of when they were released i'm not completely sure wheni picked this up over the years here and there when i can find a comic book issue and i am a fan of fantasy base [...]

    3. The artwork, like everything else about this book, is very generic. The story cobbled together vampires and Record of the Lodoss War, the characters rather uninteresting and cliched (Let's kill people randomly because we are eeevil vampires!!), and even the drawings could have been taken from a dozen other comic books. I didn't find one iota of originality any where between the covers.The tagline is that it is a merger of anime and comics. I'd say it's more a merger of Korean manwha style with I [...]

    4. Pretty much your standard, Lodoss-Chronicles inspired fantasy fest. I would probably give it a better grade were I not absolutely tired of this topic in particular. Still, it introduces enough twists and original ideas for me to want to keep reading it.

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