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Dragonet Paperback – September 28, 2012
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You can see within this book Frank Gunter's art as it grows with detail & perspective. It's all black & white, but Amazon's print on demand service does a good job of rendering the book, and Gunter's story develops the characters well. I look forward to buying book # 2 someday as well. This is one of the few comic series that I want to keep in hard copy form.
One of the underlying themes is does a dragonet belong with her family? Or is she destined for something else, her own greatness? Dragonet has opportunities that no other dragon ever has, and she may yet serve the world she grows up in with her own combination of magic and experience.
Can I say that it is a relief that there are graphic novels out there that do not substitute sex and violence for great story telling? This is a book I recommend for everyone who likes dragons, or magic, or graphic novels, or fun stories. There is lots of humor, as well, which I find lost to so many levels of writing out there. It's like the humor of every day life must be stomped on by intense grim dreary worldview. Well thank heavens Dragonet doesn't succumb to that philosophical mess.