World Of Warcraft: Legion Issue #1 Review


World Of Warcraft: Legion #1

By Matt Burns, Ludo Lullabi (Illustrator)

If you want to check out the other issues in this series that I have read and reviewed, click here.

It has been four years since the dwarf king Magni Bronzebeard sought to protect his world and was cursed, frozen as a solid diamond statue at the center of Old Ironforge. When he emerges from his crystal slumber with a dire warning of dark times to come, will his daughter, Moira, be able to set aside the pain of her past and forgive Magni to help unite her people?

Summary from Goodreads.

I have never played World of Warcraft, so I went into this knowing absolutely nothing. I went into this hoping that it may inspire me to start playing the game. Unfortunately, this first issue has not done this.

The storyline in this first issue seemed a lot more like setup than anything else. We start by finding out the King has been frozen in a statue for 4 years, and that his daughter does not feel like she is wanted as

The colour-range seemed very limited and seemed to take away from the energy of the page. The artwork itself was not amazing either. Even though it is based on a video game, it seemed very blocky and chunky.

An interesting setup that leaves you wondering what preceded it, and what is to come.


Have you read World Of Warcraft: Legion #1?  Do you agree with my review? Let me know your opinion in the comments below!

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