Heather Report Part II

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About Dragon Mystic

I fell in love with dragons when I read Tea With the Black Dragon, and never looked back. Not the clunky winged Medieval dragons that ate cows, the graceful Asian dragons that could fly without wings. Later I discovered the elegant Welsh dragons, red and white, as described by R.J. Stewart in his books on the historical Merlin.
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3 Responses to Heather Report Part II

  1. Peanut Butter Girl says:

    Mislabled on Amazon This review is not about the show, though it is amazing. I’d just like to point out that Amazon has it mislabled, splitting one season into two parts and labling the second volume as the second season. It’s NOT. The second season will start airing in Fall of 2013, under the new subtitle Defenders of Berk. I hope Amazon will be able to correct this error.

  2. Richard Parker "ScadaRick" says:

    i just love this animation ! you can not go wrong with anything from dream works…period, next pixar! i may be old, but i still love animation movies.

  3. Booniecat says:

    Enjoyable My son (3) loves HTTYD, but my husband and I were at a point where we needed something different…you can only watch the same movies over and over and over again so many times. So, when we found Dragons: RIders of Berk, it was a welcome relief. A lot of the same character voices came over to the tv series, so that is great for continuity, and the show maintains a good level of writing and plotting. It’s something that all of us can enjoy watching together, and doesn’t rely on inappropriate or double meaning jokes to make it enjoyable for a wider audience. Vol 2 picks up just at the end of Vol 1 and continues the great stories seen there. The animation quality is somewhat less than the movie, but that is to be expected, but in most other aspects – writing, voices, plots, story – the series does very well and is a great addition to our movie library selection. I particularly like that there is focus on some of the other dragon varieties and riders aside from just Hiccup and Toothless – don’t get me wrong, I love Toothless, but it is neat to learn more about the other characters as well!

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