Top Cow has a new title arriving this week called Dragon Prince, written by Ron Marz with art by Lee Moder.  This looks like it could be a great all ages fantasy title that is much different than some of the other Top Cow titles you all know and love.

Top Cow sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek of the first issue that hits store shelves on Wednesday.

Dragon Prince #1
(W) Ron Marz        (A) Lee Moder           (Cov) Jeff Johnson, Stjepan Sejic

Writer Ron Marz has revitalized Witchblade and is the architect behind the acclaimed First Born and Broken Trinity crossover events. Now, joined by artist Lee Moder (First Born: Aftermath, Painkiller Jane), Marz debuts DRAGON PRINCE, a four-part modern fantasy with equal doses of magic and martial arts mayhem.

Like a lot of teenagers, Aaron Chiang feels he’s never fit in, though he’s never known why. But all that changes when he learns the truth of his heritage: He is the Dragon Prince, last of his kind and heir to the bloodline of all dragons. Hunted to the brink of extinction by a secret society of wizards, dragonkind’s survival is now in Aaron’s hands.

Featuring spectacular covers by Jeff Johnson (Amazing Spider-Man), Stjepan Sejic (Witchblade) and David Finch (New Avengers)!

Cover A – Jeff Johnson
Cover B – Stjepan Sejic
Covers C, D – David Finch


via Top Cow

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  1. September 8, 2008 at 11:29 am — Reply

    hmm, interesting, might be worth picking up the first issue to see what it’s like

  2. Alex
    September 8, 2008 at 8:30 pm — Reply

    My response to the cover: “Annyong?”

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