Dryad Vol.1 (Paperback)
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Dryad Vol.1 (Paperback)

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Paperback 144 Pages / Published: 19/01/2021
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"The Glass family has spent thirteen years hiding peacefully in the sleepy forest settlement of Frostbrook where Morgan and Yale planted roots and raised their twins, Griffon and Rana. But secrets never stay hidden, and the entire Glass family find themselves the target of an unearthly attack on Frostbrook. Now on the run from Muse Corp., they must flee to the massive city of Silver's Bay to hide in plain sight. Rana and Griffon find themselves uprooted and answering for their parents' mistakes. But, they'll soon find that the past has a way of finding you, no matter where you run.
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Publisher: Oni Press,US
ISBN: 9781620107904
Number of pages: 144
Weight: 386 g
Dimensions: 257 x 165 x 13 mm

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“For fans of "Saga"!”

Volume 1 reads as a solid introduction into the Dryad universe.

The chapters read like animated episodes. While this may seem action-packed or too fast-paced for a first volume, it does help the comic cover a lot of... More

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The Bookish Historian

“Great story and beautiful art”

I haven’t read a comic on a long time, but Dryad’s cover caught my eye immediately.

Dryad Vol. 1 starts like a proper fantasy comic but somehow evolves into a combination between fantasy and sci-fi within the first... More

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“Very nice art”

The glass family is really something. I downloaded this one first because of the drawings that appealed to me. The artwork here is really stunning, everything is so colourful and full of expression. Justin Osterling... More

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