An enduring hit spanning 10 years of publication in Japan, Dragon Knights incorporates street style and contemporary humor in a farcical tale of dungeons, dragons, and some rather fashionable warriors. Rath, Rune, and Thatz--the Dragon Knights of Fire, Water, and Earth--do their best to look good while doing good, not always succeeding as they squabble with each other as mAn enduring hit spanning 10 years of publication in Japan, Dragon Knights incorporates street style and contemporary humor in a farcical tale of dungeons, dragons, and some rather fashionable warriors. Rath, Rune, and Thatz--the Dragon Knights of Fire, Water, and Earth--do their best to look good while doing good, not always succeeding as they squabble with each other as much as with their enemies....
|Title||:||Dragon Knights, Volume 3|
|Number of Pages||:||200 Pages|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
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Dragon Knights, Volume 3 Reviews
Sejujurnya bingung mau review perkomik itu gimana. Habisan gimana ya, dibacanya langsung seseri habis haha.Btw, artwork-nya gaya jadul. Jadi mungkin bakal merasa jelek. Tapi saya sih suka. Emang nggak gitu rapi dan beberapa gambarnya gelutnya nggak jelas. Tapi saya menemukan keindahan di sini. Wkwk.
So now we're in volume 3 of the Dragon Knight series. As of now, we know that the Dragon Lord uses his magic to keep demons out but apparently there is one demon who can enter the castle grounds and Nadil's men use him to try to get to Cesia. Things start to get a little more interesting and the war between Nadil's demons and the dragon tribe. Not too much happens but we do get a few interesting elements that enter the manga.We get to see Bierrez once again and Alfeegi and Ruwalk discover some sort of alter that is located below the storage. Nothing much happens in this volume. The knights return to the castle, Cesia ends up becoming the dragon tribe's new fortune teller. You got your comic relief and very little action scenes. Not much happens but we do get to see some of the side characters a little more.There's just a couple of things that really bothered me. For one, Bierrez seems very familiar with Cesia and Zoma (that's not surprising) but apparently he is suppose to know who Rath is. It doesn't say how he should know who the members of the dragon tribe are but I'm assuming that it must have something to do with being present when the Dragon Lord defeated Nadil. What he's been up to after that is unknown. (Not to mention that I'm still wondering how the hell the Dragon Knights got their hands on Nadil's head when the Dragon Lord couldn't kill him.) Rath and Cesia are in most of the manga, the comedy between them is okay but nothing we haven't seen before. It's the typical boy-girl hate that begins with typical 90's couples. The side characters have a few scenes that are either used for comic relief or exposition. There is still little-to-no information about Bierrez which is sad because I've read this manga series at least 3 times and I still don't remember much of this character or his backstory. He's just your typical villain. He mouths off and gives threats and that's about it. Again, even with his backstory there's not much to him. Another thing I'm still kind of boggled by is the personality of the dragons. Fire is the only dragon that seems to have a personality (considering that he's the only one we see in the whole series interacting with other characters). Water and Earth are shown sometimes but they are either fighting or just sitting near their masters. Fire loves Rath but sometimes shows impatience with Rath. You can tell what he's thinking by the expressions on his face and I wish they would have kept it that way. But instead we have Fire write on paper and show it to the audience which is just used for comic relief and that kind of gets annoying. I would rather have the manga just show us what he's thinking by the way he behaves or the expressions on his face. That would have been way more interesting and a lot more cleverly creative. So this volume was okay but I honestly think that you can skip the first two volumes and go right here and not be too confused. In fact, when I first read this series I started on volume 3 and was able to understand it pretty well. Especially since this was my first manga series I read, it took me a while to understand which direction to go. But other than that, I had no problems with reading this manga.
this is the first whole volume where the stories didn't feel randomly placed in a volume. they went together and made sense. bravo!i had thought that the story would mysteriously become humorous once you knew the characters and the plot better, but alas it is not. the classification of "comedy" is quite misleading. you can tell that there are lighthearted portions of the story, and i like those, they just don't translate into laughs.
This story didn't blow me away. I felt the character's designs were too similar, transitions between scenes could have been handled better and that the general story - at this point - needs more nuance.That being said, it gets a bonus star for the fire dragon's signs and gambling on The Game Of Life.I did chuckle.
You know it's kind of choppy and I have a difficult time with the covers and all the crazy hair colors cause that's not how I see them when reading xD But once you put everything together it makes sense. Not to mention Rath and Zoma and adorable <3
I see this as when the "real action" begins. You meet a good majority of the characters crucial to the series. There are key points to why Cesia is so important, her nightmares meaning something, and why she'd rather be with the dragon kingdom than the demons
Awesome. Even though I didn't get to read it until I had already read the manga (cause my library didn't have it), it was good all the same. I'm actually glad I waited...^_^