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Dragon Resurrection TPB

Dragon Resurrection TPB


3 customer reviews
By:   Mark Byers, Lin Zhang, Lyan Zhang, Erfan Fajar, Sakti Yuwono, Beny Maulana, Yenny Laud, Vosa Wang
Type:   Graphic Novels
Genres:   Action-Adventure, Fantasy, Science-Fiction
Publisher:   Dark Horse
Pub. Date:   May 08, 2013
Availability:   Released
ISBN:   978-1-61655-102-5
UPC:   978161655102551799
For ages:   12+
Details:   Full color, 128 pages; TP, 7" x 10"

Discovering the remains of an actual dragon frozen in the mountains of Tibet, Chinese adventurer Jesse Chang sends a DNA sample to her geneticist twin brother Jack, who sets to work unlocking its potential to improve the human genome. But when a rogue American general learns of the discovery and kidnaps Jack, Jesse is forced to use the untested formula on herself, unleashing the ancient powers of the dragon.

* Extended preview available at Digital.DarkHorse.com!

* Script by Emmy-nominated producer Mark Byers!


(3 Customer Reviews)

  • Jun 26, 2013 Paul from Seattle

    I dont normally read graphic novels but who doesnt love dragons? There are two aspects to the book Ill mention then onto the story itself. The colors and layout of the book are very eye catching and the binding is such that as you open the pages, they stay open much easier than some GN Ive seen. Nice attention to detail. Because I liked the physical book, I wanted to see what it would look like on my Kindle Fire HD, very cool. Kindle has a program than when you tap on the page; it highlights the panels and enlarges them. It makes it easier to read plus the cool part is it makes it almost seem like you are watching a movie. The story itself is good, blending modern technology with ancient myths. The beginning has a lot of background information but its not boring and it builds with several actions scenes until its capped with a great action sequence for the finale. This is billed as the first adventure of the Dragon Twins and it was interesting enough for me to want to continue following the saga and find out, are dragons real?


  • May 08, 2013 Evelyn f. Altheimer-Fain

    I like the concept of a dragon storyline. The graphic art is great. I will buy once it is released.


  • Jan 23, 2013 Doug Marks from Los Angeles

    The preview is stunning, and the concept is powerful and compelling. I can't wait for the full book. Of all the new releases I've seen coming, this is at the very top of my must-read list.


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