LEGO Ninjago #4: Tomb of the Fangpyre

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Papercutz, Aug 21, 2012 - Juvenile Fiction - 64 pages
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Cole and his ninja team discover the secret nest of the evil Fangpyres -- only to find out the shocking secrets of the Serpentine! Continuing the all-new Ninjago 2012 storylines with new villains and heroes.

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Review: Ninjago, Vol. 4: Tomb of the Fangpyre (Ninjago Graphic Novels #4)

User Review  - Little Boog - Goodreads

It's really awesome! It's about when the ninja find The Tomb Of The Fangpyre! It even has the GREEN-NINJA in it! Read full review

Review: Ninjago, Vol. 4: Tomb of the Fangpyre (Ninjago Graphic Novels #4)

User Review  - Denise - Goodreads

I can honestly say that I would not know anything about Ninjago if it were not for my children's avid interest. The television show is entertaining and the easy reader books are a nice way to get the kids away from the TV Read full review

About the author (2012)

Greg Farshtey was the main creative force behind the largely successful BIONICLE series: editor-in-chief of the line for The LEGO Group, author of all chapter books, and principal creator of the BIONICLE world. He has since moved on to become the main creative force behind the LEGO Ninjago series.

Jolyon Yates studied graphic design and illustration at Cambridge and Exeter, and Japanese arts in Sapporo, Japan. He lived in Japan for several years, during which time he contributed comics, articles, and illustrations to magazines such as Anime FX. His first professional comics work was the story "Tancho" for Mangazine. He illustrated the award-winning web comic Revvelations, and he has been a regular contributor to G-Fan. He is very happy to be working on LEGO Ninjago but fears losing the ability to draw fingers, ears, and noses.

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