Ready your bags of holding, because you’re going to want to stock up on this awesome special edition of the upcoming Dungeons & Dragons: Art & Arcana—and we’ve got an exclusive look at the goodies contained within.
Hail Satan! Or the deity of your choice. The demonic followers of Dungeons & Dragons have whole pantheons of dark divinities to champion, of course.
Even though playing games is typically how Rick and Morty end up putting the multiverse in jeopardy, the dimension-hopping duo are about to embark upon the journey of their lives with the help of a tabletop classic. This August, IDW and Oni Press are partnering to publish a four-issue, limited series from writers…
David F. Sandberg teases Shazam’s supersuit. Netflix’s Sabrina show has found its Zelda. Alex Garland drops some hints for his upcoming tech-focused scifi show. Plus, Legends of Tomorrow teases another trip to the old west, Rose McIver on the villains of iZombie’s new season, and more. Behold, spoilers!
Drizzt Do’Urden, the Dungeons & Dragons Forgotten Realms hero who’s become one of the most beloved characters in the franchise, is back in a brand-new book trilogy.
Paramount Studios just set the dates for a slew of new tentpole films for the coming years, all of which are themed to Hasbro properties.
Houses on hills full of creepy horrors that gnaw away at your mind, body, and very soul are so out. Why explore a mere house when you could explore Baldur’s Gate itself, one of the most famous cities in the Forgotten Realms?
Over the weekend, Wizards of the Coast held its biggest-ever streaming event for D&D’s next adventures. Dubbed The Tomb of Annihilation, it will take players to a new land to tackle a mystery that strikes at the very heart of a mechanic parties have taken for granted for years—and it’s an idea shaped by none other…
Plus more rumors about the future of DC’s movieverse beyond the Bat-Family. Joe Manganiello wants to make his own Dungeons & Dragons movie. Plus, new details about Supreme Leader Snoke in The Last Jedi. Spoilers now!
The Monster Manual—a codex of rules for all sorts of creatures that adventurers could come across in a Dungeons & Dragons campaign—has been a staple feature of the games’ many editions for years. However, the latest version is changing things up a little, and we’ve got an exclusive look inside.
Over its many editions, artists have fleshed out the many realms of Dungeons & Dragons with books laden with gorgeous fantasy art, covering everything from the Sword Coast to the Shadowfell and beyond. Now a new documentary is going behind the scenes on how some of its most iconic artwork was made.
The monsters your Dungeons & Dragons group face are getting a little bigger with Storm King’s Thunder, a new adventure being released next week—and we’ve got an exclusive look inside at all the new locations, rules, and monsters you’ll find. I hope your bag of holding is large enough to pilfer the plus-sized loot a…
Recently Wizards of the Coast surprised fans with Plane Shift: Zendikar, a D&D supplement that let players plan campaigns set in a plane of existence from Magic: The Gathering—a first-ever crossover between the two venerable fantasy worlds. Now they’re at it again, but this time it’s a journey to the creepy Innistrad,…
Last Summer, when Warner Bros. got the rights to make a new Dungeons & Dragons movie, it seemed like a pipe dream. But now a director has been hired and a trip to the Forgotten Realms is closer than ever.
Both D&D and Magic: The Gathering have told stories about multiverses and alternate planes of reality, but they’ve never used that conceit to link two of the most iconic games around into one space. Until now, that is, thanks to the release of a free D&D sourcebook to plan out adventures in one of the many planes of …
You know, I wonder what grapple check you’d have to roll to avoid getting hooked... on a feeling.
Is your warrior wounded? Is your druid damaged? Does your barbarian have a boo-boo? Then you’ll need to see a nearby cleric to healed—but be prepared to do some paperwork.
The name “Strahd” is seared into the minds of any Dungeons & Dragons player. It means vampires, it means gothic horror, and it means the iconic Castle Ravenloft. Today, Wizards of the Coast has revealed a return to the classic setting, and io9 has an exclusive look at one of the modules new storytelling mechanics.
AltspaceVR is a small virtual reality company that wants you to communicate with friends and family as a virtual avatar, kind of like a 3D version of Skype. But around this time last year, the company decided to take that idea a step further—it wanted to bring Dungeons & Dragons to virtual reality.
Dungeons & Dragons and libraries should be a natural fit. Both attract people who love books, storytelling, and lore. Early D&D gamebooks even point readers towards their local libraries for research, and many libraries host comic book-themed events or have D&D clubs.