Dragon Prince (comics)

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Dragon Prince
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Cover of Dragon Prine #1
by Jeff Johnson
Publication information
Publisher Top Cow Productions
Schedule Monthly
Format Mini-series
Genre
Publication date September 2008 -
Number of issues 4
Creative team
Writer(s) Ron Marz
Artist(s) Lee Moder
Letterer(s) Troy Peteri
Colorist(s) Val Staples
Editor(s) Rob Levin

Dragon Prince is a four-issue comic book mini-series written by Ron Marz and drawn by Lee Moder. It is published by Top Cow.

Plot[edit]

Dragon Prince is the story of Aaron Chiang, an American teenager of Chinese descent, who discovers that he is the Dragon Prince, last of a fabled and mystical bloodline that hails its roots to the regal dragons of lore. When he accidentally triggers his dragon powers during a brawl with a schoolyard bully, Aaron is as surprised as the onlookers. He confronts his mother who reveals to Aaron that his real father was a dragon, and Aaron was the Dragon Prince, the last living dragon. But by accessing his dragon powers, Aaron has come under the crosshairs of a secret cabal of wizards, who have hunted dragons to virtual extinction since time immemorial.

The last chance of survival for the dragons is now in Aaron's hands as he must not only survive, but come to terms with the power he commands.

Reception[edit]

Aimed at an all-ages audience, Dragon Prince #1 and #2 are out now (as of November 2008) and have received favorable responses from critics and readers. [1][2]

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