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How to Train Your Dragon 3 Updates

6 Jun

how_to_train_your_dragon_3_posterBy Ed Sum
(The Vintage Tempest)

While How to Train Your Dragon 3 is a year away from release, the past ten days have been exciting for fans keeping tabs on reveals. This work has been finished for some time, and it’s supposed to get a preview at Annecy International Animation Festival next week. A teaser trailer may well be released during or afterwards.

For now, the release of the poster shows Toothless meeting the female of the species, a Light Fury, and all hearts will be aflutter for this pairing. Adorable as she is, one big question many will ask is where has she been? The world is large enough for any serpentine species to find places to hide in, hence the title.

The reason is that the new villain, Grimmel (voiced by F. Murray Abraham), has an agenda. He’s wiped out nearly all of the male of the species, and Toothless is next!

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Riding Bean is Mounting a Comeback on Kickstarter!

21 May

By Ed Sum
(The Vintage Tempest)

Fans of Kenichi Sonoda has been asking him for years if there will ever be a Riding Bean sequel and at long last, he’s off to the races to make it happen through crowdfunding. The Kickstarter page shows he is at the halfway point.

To make a full-length original animation video or movie cost a lot of money. To make a short is not beyond reason. His goal is to produce a five minute piece. Should support skyrocket they will give value back to the fans by extending the length of the work. A 24-minute production is not beyond reason, but to hire the talent and get back the cast to voice this production will require time and perhaps investment by other folks within the industry.

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The Witcher Library Edition is set as an Hallow’s Eve Treat!

19 May

Fans of the Witcher can rejoice! This fantasy work created by Andrzej Sapkowski is getting an encyclopedic treatment by Dark Horse and CD PROJEKT RED. They are making it easier than ever for The Witcher fans to catch up on the tie-in graphic novels and comics series in The Witcher Library Edition. This work was first released as a series of short stories and novels, before becoming a dark fantasy RPG game, card game, board and electronic. Attempts to adapt it for television/cinema is still ongoing.

The Witcher games collectively earned over 800 industry awards and sold more than 33 million copies worldwide.

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A Breath of the Wild is coming for Zelda Fans, A Preview

15 May

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By Ed Sum
(The Vintage Tempest)

Dark Horse Comics is proud to announce The Legend of Zelda™: Breath of the Wild—Creating a Champion art book, which will go on sale November 2018. I am looking forward to picking up this work to see how the world was developed since this game is the only reason I’m owning a Nintendo Switch.

This work is the latest addition to Dark Horse and Nintendo’s bestselling publishing line and is preceded by The Legend of Zelda: Hyrule HistoriaThe Legend of Zelda: Art & ArtifactsThe Legend of Zelda EncyclopediaThe Art of Splatoon, and The Art of Fire Emblem: Awakening.

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