In Search of Lost Dragons

In Search of Lost Dragons

by Elian Black'Mor, Carine-M, Jezequel



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In Search of Lost Dragons 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
MaraBlaise More than 1 year ago
I can honestly say that this is a book that I would love to own, just to pick up and browse through when I feel like it. Just pick a side and read the text and admire the image on the side. The problem I had with the e-book is that the text was hard to read (the kind of font that is lovely but a pain in the ass to read) and that I had some problem following the story because of the journal form. The story felt a bit confusing to read that I mostly focused on the images instead. I feel that this is a book that you should read as hardcover not as e-book. The images of the dragons are marvelous. I could actually have been satisfied with just the art and not have any text. But I'm tempted to buy this book so that I can read it slowly and really admire the images in a way I just can't do on the computer/ipad.
PaulAllard More than 1 year ago
Narrated tale with beautiful illustrations Not really a comic collection in the traditional way, this is a story told in cursive handwriting alongside beautiful illustrations – some painted, some line drawings - of the dragons in the title and the local environment. What little plot there is exists to produce beautiful illustrations. A coffee table book reminiscent of the work of Brian Froud in some respects. Unfortunately, in the digital edition that I was reading, the small handwriting makes it difficult to read. Created by a French team, this takes place in Brittany, Ireland and other locations and is an excellent example of how rich the “bande dessinée” genre can be.
reececo331 More than 1 year ago
In Search of Lost Dragons  by Élian Black'mor A wildly beautifully illuminate notebook of discoveries and mysteries, surrounding the ideas of dragons. Given as a collections of photos, illustrations, found objects to give the reader an impression of a journal of discovery of dragons. Tracing the types and differences of dragons of legend from around the world, from Ireland, Greenland, and the far east. This book is like the journals of mythological animals.