✓ World of Warcraft: Bloodsworn || ↠ PDF Download by ☆ Doug Wagner Jeremias Raapack

By Doug Wagner Jeremias Raapack | Comments: ( 379 ) | Date: ( May 25, 2020 )

As the Cataclysm rips through Azeroth, Warchief Garrosh Hellscream orders the best warriors of the Horde to come forward and serve in a new army, lest their foes in the Alliance sense weakness and attack We meet these warriors as they come forward from very different lands, backgrounds, traditionsWill they be able to overcome their deep differences and work togetherAs the Cataclysm rips through Azeroth, Warchief Garrosh Hellscream orders the best warriors of the Horde to come forward and serve in a new army, lest their foes in the Alliance sense weakness and attack We meet these warriors as they come forward from very different lands, backgrounds, traditionsWill they be able to overcome their deep differences and work together to serve the Horde, especially when challenged by a powerful, unfamiliar race claiming to be the real rulers of Azeroth


  • Title: World of Warcraft: Bloodsworn
  • Author: Doug Wagner Jeremias Raapack
  • ISBN: 9781401230296
  • Page: 500
  • Format: Hardcover

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Comments World of Warcraft: Bloodsworn

  • Kris43

    This is like it was written by a 12year old for 12year olds (of all ages). Very flashy, but with little substance. Everything has huge fangs.Every character is introduced like all powerful,then 2 pages latter it suffers a spectacular defeat.One thing that I did like a lot is WOW lore, very cool.


  • Joseph Young

    Wolverine in Orc form joins a band of misfits of one of all Horde races to fight a new rampaging clan of all centaurs who are attempting to claim dominance over the Horde. Despite initial leadership and trust issues, they rally around one another to become a team. Against impossible odds, they make a stand for freedom! For the Horde!


  • Bradley Prior

    The comic left much to be desired. I enjoy the visuals, but too often I'm left wondering what I'm looking at. The story does not carry much weight since the characters are simply mere representations of their classes. Wanting members at that. There's not much else to say. I expected a bit more from a comic with Blizzard's name on it. Perhaps I'm being harsh, but it's given that you are likely a player of the game in the first place when you pick this up, because if you weren't this is probably i [...]


  • Sayomara Vesper

    World of Warcraft: BloodSwornHaving been in the works for almost four years, World of Warcraft: Bloodsworn and World of Warcraft: Darkriders has been on my radar for a long time. Meant to be a ground level look at Horde and Alliance, these books are not looking at faction leaders or even well know NPCs. Rather, these are meant to be more akin to how the player characters interact with the world.If you have read my Darkriders review you will know I was somewhat disappointed in that book for many [...]


  • Nayari

    A fun, solid story. Enjoyable characters. I'm not really into graphic novels so sometimes I have trouble understanding what is going on, but that's really no fault of the artist.


  • Sonia

    I'd like to start out by saying that I received this graphic novel from a giveaway--Thank you!!Giving this 2.5 starsI was rather excited to get this and started reading it as soon as I got my hands on itd was a bit disappointed. The GoodFor the most part, the art is simply stunning! I wanted to take some of the pages and frame them; the layouts and the attention to detail were awesome!!The BadThe story was a bit hard for me to get into and it didn't help that most of it was simply sound effects [...]


  • David(LA,CA)

    Pretty good. I think the only thing that hurts it really is the time difference between the era when it as set and the era when it was released. I would definitely be curious to read a follow up series involving the same characters set a few years later, just to see if the rag tag group of heroes could remain allies when the organization they've sworn to protect is falling apart around them.


  • Josh

    The story here isn't really worth mentioning and is rather blah, but the real standout of this comic was the art. If I were rating it just on art merits, it would easily be 4 or 5 stars. Dark Horse needs to get this art team on a Conan book with a good writer, stat!


  • Michael Alexander Henke

    Fairly fast paced with a decent amount of action. Tells the tale of a group of Horde heroes that must come together to battle the united centaur tribes. It takes place right after the cataclysm, so tensions are rather high among the horde races. A few really nice pieces of art as well.


  • Norm Keillor

    falls short of the other books in the series. feels like I read issue 0 to a series prelude I somehow missed.


  • Gale

    I wasn't really impressed with it, couldn't really get into it that well,but this is the name of the next video game coming out.


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