The lead story in this book is eighty pages, which is exactly right to keep this adventure moving along nicely. The package is flushed out with five short stories that follow the lead, building backstory and for Wendell, Ted and Haberdash; five pin-up sketches; four pages of sketches and design work from Stokely and Murphy; and an afterword with thoughts from Northrop and Stokely. While the lead story of "The Reason for Dragons" may leave readers clamoring for more from the interaction between Haberdash and Wendell, the adventure comes to a satisfactory conclusion, albeit one that deserves to be shared and enjoyed more than once. This isn't an all ages read, but it certainly is a relatable tale that is not limited by the reader's age or experience in life. Read Full Review
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