Talk:Dungeons & Dragons-related products

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Comics[edit]

http://www.wizards.com/dnd/dnddefinitivefaq.asp gives a list of D&D comics:

  • Advanced Dungeons & Dragons (DC) #1-36, Annual #1
  • Avatar (DC) #1-3
  • Birthright®: The Serpent's Eye (TSR freebie)
  • Dragonlance (DC) #1-34
  • Dragonlance (TSR freebie)
  • Dragonlance Saga (TSR) #1-3
  • Dragonlance Saga (DC) #4-5
  • Dragon Strike® (Marvel) #1
  • Fineous Fingers collection (TSR)
  • Forgotten Realms (DC) #1-25, Annual #1
  • Forgotten Realms: The Grand Tour (TSR freebie)
  • Gammarauders (DC) #1-10
  • Labyrinth of Madness (TSR freebie)
  • Planescape® (TSR freebie) [finished, but never printed]
  • SnarfQuest collection (TSR)
  • Spelljammer® (DC) #1-15
  • TSR Worlds (DC) Annual #1

I suspect the list is much erlier than the 2003 copyright date on the page, but it should give a good start to fill out the comics section of this article. - Waza 09:49, 4 April 2007 (UTC)

Another comic:

  • Dragonlance Chronicles (Devil's Due Publishing) [1] - It's not branded as "Dungeons & Dragons", but it's based on the novels which are. — Alan De Smet | Talk 04:08, 5 April 2007 (UTC)
Shouldn't something be said on here about the 1980's D&D toy lines? 71.194.32.252 (talk) 20:26, 22 November 2008 (UTC)