Dragon Knights, Volume 11
An enduring hit spanning 10 years of publication in Japan, Dragon Knights incorporates street style and contemporary humor in a farcical tale of dungeons, dragons, and some rather fashionable warriors. Rath, Rune, and Thatz--the Dragon Knights of Fire, Water, and Earth--do their best to look good while doing good, not always succeeding as they squabble with each other as much as with their enemies.
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Review: Dragon Knights, Volume 6 (Dragon Knights)User Review - Malxox ♥ - Goodreads
I really enjoyed this volume of Dragon Knights. Since the first one there have been bits and pieces of the mangas that I have enjoyed but as an entire book it didn't quiet ... Catch my attention. It ... Read full review
Review: Dragon Knights, Volume 1 (Dragon Knights)User Review - Erin - Goodreads
The first volume causes most readers to end up rolling on the floor laughing, for lack of a better expression, though the characters are initially very weak and undeveloped. The rest of the series loses the comedic aspect of the first, but makes up for the seriousness by developing a plot. Read full review