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DreamWorks Animation and Ape Entertainment Launch New DRAGONS: RIDERS OF BERK Comic Series In December!

DRAGONFans of Toothless, the flying Nightfury from 2010’s How to Train Your Dragon, have had many reasons to celebrate of late. First DreamWorks Animation announced it would release two sequels to the hit film, scheduled for 2014 and 2016. Then Global Creatures brought the character to animatronic life for a live arena show that has been touring the world since March. Earlier this month, Toothless made the transition to the small screen with the debut of a tie-in animated series on Cartoon Network. Now, he’s making the leap to the printed page in Ape Entertainment’s Dragons: Riders of Berk comic series, expected to hit newsstands in December.

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3 Responses to DreamWorks Animation and Ape Entertainment Launch New DRAGONS: RIDERS OF BERK Comic Series In December!

  • Bruce Roberts says:

    So where is this book. Ordered it through diamond with code SEP120783 due this month in stores but nothing is showing on Diamonds website and when the above code is entered in their search engine it comes up with some TP from Arcana Publishing. Is this book still going to be published or not. I can find no Cancellation in Diamonds Cancellations from Sept through March. Our comic store ordered these book and both customers and us are wondering what happened to this title. The series is very successful going into it’s 2nd season now and 2 more movies coming out in 2014 and 2015. I can see no reason for this book no longer showing up. It just makes no sense.

  • Bruce Roberts says:

    This still makes no sense. I have seen the movie, seen the arena show and have all the TV shows on Digital Instant Theater from Amazon, but this Comic Book has never seen the light of day. It’s been sollicted twice and never been shipped. That’s what I would like to know but no one here or anywhere is willing to give answer to a very simple question – Where is this Comic Book or It was never printed and will never be seen. Simple question, apparently to hard to answer for some reason.

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