Kidnapped by a dragon, with no rescuer in sight, Princess Mabelrose did what any courageous princess would doshe saved herself!
Making her way back home, across the Unremembered Lands, Mabelrose discovers that her father, King Jeryk, while on a quest to find her has himself been captured by another, mightier dragon!
Now Mabelrose, and a few stalwart companions must attempt to save her father . . . from the Dragon Queen!
A captivating tale that demonstrates that neither gender, nor status, nor accident of birth is an obstacle if you have a courageous spirit, Rod Espinosa's enchanting trilogy is being made available in paperback for the first time.
Volume 2 of 3.
|Publisher:||Dark Horse Comics|
|Product dimensions:||5.70(w) x 8.90(h) x 0.50(d)|
|Age Range:||8 - 12 Years|
About the Author
Rod Espinosa is a comics creator, writer, and illustrator. In addition to his lengthy work Neotopia, for Antarctic Press, Espinosa has done extensive work adapting and illustrating literary classics into comics form, as well as creating comic book stories of important events from American history. Born in the Philippines, Espinosa graduated from the Don Bosco technical college with a certificate in architectural drafting and earned a degree in advertising art from Santo Tomas University in Manila. He worked for various companies in the fields of advertising, software entertainment, and film before finally settling into a life of a comic book author. Espinosa's work on The Courageous Princess at Antarctic Press in 2000 earned him Ignatz Awards nominations for Promising New Talent and Best Artist, and a 2002 Eisner Award nomination for Best Title for Younger Readers. The author lives in San Antonio, Texas.