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The  How to Train Your Dragon  phenomenon makes its way into comics, as Titan Publishing continues the stories from the Dragon movies.   Set in the town of Berk, the comic relates the adventures of young Hiccup and his faithful dragon Toothless – plus Hiccup’s father, Stoick the Vast, and Hiccup’s friends Gobber, Snotlout, Tuffnut and Ruffnut – and, of course, the lovely Ast The  How to Train Your Dragon  phenomenon makes its way into comics, as Titan Publishing continues the stories from the Dragon movies.   Set in the town of Berk, the comic relates the adventures of young Hiccup and his faithful dragon Toothless – plus Hiccup’s father, Stoick the Vast, and Hiccup’s friends Gobber, Snotlout, Tuffnut and Ruffnut – and, of course, the lovely Astrid.   Written and drawn by some of the hottest comic talents, Titan will publish six new books, containing ongoing storylines and also spotlighting several of the fan-favourite characters in special short stories.


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The  How to Train Your Dragon  phenomenon makes its way into comics, as Titan Publishing continues the stories from the Dragon movies.   Set in the town of Berk, the comic relates the adventures of young Hiccup and his faithful dragon Toothless – plus Hiccup’s father, Stoick the Vast, and Hiccup’s friends Gobber, Snotlout, Tuffnut and Ruffnut – and, of course, the lovely Ast The  How to Train Your Dragon  phenomenon makes its way into comics, as Titan Publishing continues the stories from the Dragon movies.   Set in the town of Berk, the comic relates the adventures of young Hiccup and his faithful dragon Toothless – plus Hiccup’s father, Stoick the Vast, and Hiccup’s friends Gobber, Snotlout, Tuffnut and Ruffnut – and, of course, the lovely Astrid.   Written and drawn by some of the hottest comic talents, Titan will publish six new books, containing ongoing storylines and also spotlighting several of the fan-favourite characters in special short stories.

30 review for Dragon Down

  1. 4 out of 5

    Shirin

    cuuuutiiiiiiiesssssssssss I love them

  2. 5 out of 5

    King Haddock

    The Riders of Berk graphic novels allow readers to continue to enjoy the world of DreamWorks Dragons. While there are some canonical inconsistencies in the artwork of the comics (Hiccup frequently has blue eyes, Astrid green eyes, and Hiccup is shown holding a pencil in his right hand for several panels in the third graphic novel), overall these books are enjoyably drawn with enjoyable stories. I would recommend them to any HTTYD fan of any age who wants another story of Hiccup and his gang. Of a The Riders of Berk graphic novels allow readers to continue to enjoy the world of DreamWorks Dragons. While there are some canonical inconsistencies in the artwork of the comics (Hiccup frequently has blue eyes, Astrid green eyes, and Hiccup is shown holding a pencil in his right hand for several panels in the third graphic novel), overall these books are enjoyably drawn with enjoyable stories. I would recommend them to any HTTYD fan of any age who wants another story of Hiccup and his gang. Of all the graphic novels thus far released (I am reviewing it when the first four are available in print), I think "Dragon Down" is my favorite in terms of artwork and storyline (aside from, perhaps, "The Stowaway"). It especially is enjoyable to see Alvin the Treacherous again. Oh and by the way, for people who have tumblrs and are participants in the HTTYD fandom, this is kingofthewilderwest. *waves hi* So yeah.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Miss Ryoko

    A comic version, even though it's considered a graphic novel, of Dragon stories. Alvin the Treacherous shows up in these for the first time that I know if... and he looks nothing like he should, and that was annoying. Though in actuality, Fishlegs doesn't look anything like he is supposed to, but I find that doesn't bother me as much. And this might be perhaps that my first experience with Fishlegs was the movies so that is just what he looks like to me, even though he's a gangling skinny kid wi A comic version, even though it's considered a graphic novel, of Dragon stories. Alvin the Treacherous shows up in these for the first time that I know if... and he looks nothing like he should, and that was annoying. Though in actuality, Fishlegs doesn't look anything like he is supposed to, but I find that doesn't bother me as much. And this might be perhaps that my first experience with Fishlegs was the movies so that is just what he looks like to me, even though he's a gangling skinny kid with acne in the books. However, my first experience with Alvin is the books, so that is what he should look like. I enjoyed it. Will have to get my Dragon fix through these mediums while I wait for the third movie to come out in 2018

  4. 4 out of 5

    Rachel

    3.5 Stars I love Dragons and this was a fun read, especially since this is a comic book. I like the fact it is based off the TV show yet isn't just a copy of one of the episodes but a story of itself of friendship and standing up for those you care about, even if it could be dangerous. The story was good but it didn't engage me enough which is why I rated it as I did. Yet, it was good enough (and I like Dragon enough) that I will be getting the next book in the series. 3.5 Stars I love Dragons and this was a fun read, especially since this is a comic book. I like the fact it is based off the TV show yet isn't just a copy of one of the episodes but a story of itself of friendship and standing up for those you care about, even if it could be dangerous. The story was good but it didn't engage me enough which is why I rated it as I did. Yet, it was good enough (and I like Dragon enough) that I will be getting the next book in the series.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Kai

    I never thought there'll be a comic book based on my favorite film and TV series. Now I look forward reading the next volume. I never thought there'll be a comic book based on my favorite film and TV series. Now I look forward reading the next volume.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Mahhesh

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. It was cool when there was a storm

  7. 4 out of 5

    Katie

    I loved the art style each section looked like a painting 🎨 story was too short and simple

  8. 5 out of 5

    Jessica Johnson

    Interesting little comic, rather like a script for the show than true comic book form.

  9. 4 out of 5

    SiriRainbow

    Hezka kresba, pribeh jako epizoda serialu, krasna vazba.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Madeleine Holly-Rosing

    Dreamworks first venture into the graphic novel business brings us the continuing adventures of Hiccup and his friends in the How To Train Your Dragon universe. Written by Scott Furman, with pencils by Iwan Nazif, coloring by Nestor Pereyra and Digikore, and lettering by David Manley-Leach, Dreamworks made a wise marketing decision in choosing this series to start with. Not only was the movie a money maker, it was very good and I very much look forward to seeing the second. I understand this com Dreamworks first venture into the graphic novel business brings us the continuing adventures of Hiccup and his friends in the How To Train Your Dragon universe. Written by Scott Furman, with pencils by Iwan Nazif, coloring by Nestor Pereyra and Digikore, and lettering by David Manley-Leach, Dreamworks made a wise marketing decision in choosing this series to start with. Not only was the movie a money maker, it was very good and I very much look forward to seeing the second. I understand this comic was supposed to be out over a year ago, but knowing how hard it is to produce a comic I can only sympathize. But on to the dragons…. Hiccup and his dragon rider friends are faced with a dangerous and emotional situation when Snotlout’s dragon Hookfang begins to shed flaming scales; the entire village is imperiled. Isolated in a cave to protect everyone, Hookfang becomes despondent and leaves. Hiccup suggests a search party to the distraught Snotlout and off the kids go. Unbeknownst to them, a rival Viking has captured Hookfang to use the dragon as bait to catch an even bigger prize – a dragon trainer. What happens next…well…let’s just say Hiccup and his friends once more show their bravery and teamwork. Having read it twice, I decided that I needed to review it from two different perspectives: adult and child. Looking at the beautiful cover and title pages through adult eyes, it was a great disappointment to open it up to see the quality of the art work does not match the animation. I have to admit Dreamworks set such a high bar it would be tough for any artist to match what they had on screen. Don’t get me wrong, the art work is very good and the story very fun, but once you’ve seen the movie it sets up almost unrealistic expectations. As for the story, it is simple and to the point with only a few confusing pieces of dialogue. For example, when the rival Vikings capture Hookfang, they make shouting noises at the dragon which after a couple of reads, I eventually interpreted as them trying to drive the dragon into the cave. It might have been better for the dialogue to have been a little clearer in that instance. From a child’s perspective (ten years old and under), this is a fun, colorful and absolutely delightful little tale of the world’s most famous dragon riders. With its simple story and message of team work and standing up for your friends, it should be a great way for parents to get their kids to read.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Kogiopsis

    As a diehard fan of How To Train Your Dragon, of course I had to pick this up once I realized it was in my library's digital collection. I'll read the others, too - but let's be honest here: the storytelling quality is on par with Riders of Berk and Defenders of Berk, not the core canon movies. This volume is a pretty straightforward RoB episode plot, with no twists and turns, and so it never really ascends above average. (And yeah, yeah, I'm not the target audience, I know.) The art is cute, tho As a diehard fan of How To Train Your Dragon, of course I had to pick this up once I realized it was in my library's digital collection. I'll read the others, too - but let's be honest here: the storytelling quality is on par with Riders of Berk and Defenders of Berk, not the core canon movies. This volume is a pretty straightforward RoB episode plot, with no twists and turns, and so it never really ascends above average. (And yeah, yeah, I'm not the target audience, I know.) The art is cute, though, and does a decent job of rendering the animation designs in 2D. Honestly, the book's biggest flaw was forgetting its own canon: how do Hideous Zipplebacks work again? "One head breathes gas, and the other head lights it!" And neither head actually breathes fire, despite several illustrations in this comic made under that impression. I can't help feeling - though again, I know I'm not the target audience - like the writers here did miss an opportunity for a less episodic, more complex plotline. Perhaps something along those lines develops in the later volumes, but I'm not gonna bet on it.

  12. 5 out of 5

    milou ☕️

    I love all of these characters so much. I'm not exaggerating when I say that I'm a rather devoted fan of the How To Train Your Dragon franchise and I've watched all the shows and movies countless of times, which is why I've moved on to the comics next. I want to read as much about all of these characters as I possibly can I love all of these characters so much. I'm not exaggerating when I say that I'm a rather devoted fan of the How To Train Your Dragon franchise and I've watched all the shows and movies countless of times, which is why I've moved on to the comics next. I want to read as much about all of these characters as I possibly can

  13. 4 out of 5

    Zoe Blinko

    Short and sweet; has all the spirit of the much loved film and television series :'). Hookfang, Snotlout's Monstrous Nightmare is again the centre of attention in this graphic novel; the plot is similar to a few episodes of Riders of Berk and Defenders of Berk, but dragon fans will still love it all the same!. Short and sweet; has all the spirit of the much loved film and television series :'). Hookfang, Snotlout's Monstrous Nightmare is again the centre of attention in this graphic novel; the plot is similar to a few episodes of Riders of Berk and Defenders of Berk, but dragon fans will still love it all the same!.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Kim Heimbuch

    5* full review coming soon

  15. 4 out of 5

    Alyssa

    That was weird. Hiccup looked like a 12 year old girl and Alvin looked like Stoick but with a bigger beard and a different helmet. I love How To Train Your Dragon, but this was kind of disappointing.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Caryn

    I love How to Train Your Dragon, so I had to check out this new series of graphic novels based on the TV show. It was a cute story, but I wish it were longer!

  17. 5 out of 5

    Angela

    While I love the books more than the show, the movie is pretty good and this graphic novel based on the show is fun and entertaining but too short.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Isobel

  19. 4 out of 5

    Hailey

  20. 4 out of 5

    Maria

  21. 4 out of 5

    Fabian Hebestreit

  22. 5 out of 5

    Mary

  23. 4 out of 5

    Muhammad Hameed

  24. 5 out of 5

    Vinny

  25. 4 out of 5

    Keeley

  26. 5 out of 5

    Paris

  27. 4 out of 5

    Zan

  28. 5 out of 5

    Wilja Wiedenhöft

  29. 5 out of 5

    Luna

  30. 4 out of 5

    Lori Kopp

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