40 years after being cancelled, the D&D cartoon will return to comics

The 1980s Dungeons & Dragons cartoon featured six children from our world who are transported to a place called “the realm” where they receive magical items from a mysterious dungeon master and befriend a colt. unicorn called Uni. For three seasons, they tried to find a way to return home while thwarting the villainous Venger and the five-headed dragon Tiamat, but were ultimately defeated by falling ratings. (opens in a new tab) before the story ends. Next year, that story will continue in a four-issue miniseries from IDW Publishing.

“To celebrate its 40th anniversary”, indicates the publisher’s website (opens in a new tab)“IDW will bring back the heroes of this cartoon classic in March with the new four-issue comic book miniseries, Dungeons & Dragons: Saturday Morning Adventures, an exciting “lost episode” charting new territory in the world of D&D by writers David M. Booher (Canto), Sam Maggs (Rick and Morty Ever After) and artist George Kambadais (John Carter of Mars)!”

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