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Warcraft: Dragon Hunt: v. 1 (Kaplan SAT/ACT Score-raising Manga) (Kaplan SAT/ACT Vocabulary-Building Manga) Paperback – 3 Jul 2007


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RICHARD A. KNAAK is the New York Times bestselling fantasy author of some three dozen novels and short pieces, including The Legend of Huma and Empire of Blood for Dragonlance. He has also written numerous novels for Warcraft and Diablo.

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Less successful hybrid 21 Dec. 2007
By S. Hanson - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
When I purchased this text for some research on using sequential art (i.e., comics) for teaching, I really wanted to like it. I figured that if a respectable company like Kaplan was using sequential art, then that would be a good step forward.

Unfortunately, this amalgamation of computer game setting, manga illustrations, ACT vocabulary, and narrative art didn't gel. On the high end of accomplishment, the manga drawings are great. Going downhill: the WarCraft setting seems like it would be a smart choice, but it doesn't give any of the satisfaction that the game might give; the vocab definitions are placed visually in a way that seems like it really 'should' work, but the definitions are sketchy at best; and worst of all, the narrative is just rotten---from the dialogue which jolts over speedbumps like "nefarious" coming out of the mouths of characters which, IMHO, would NOT say such things, to the unrelentingly irritating cliff-hanger stopping-point (it does NOT conclude), the story-telling is miserable.

My only hope is that this kind of experimentation won't convince people that sequential art CANNOT be used for sophisticated purposes. Hopefully, people will see it as a sketch of what is possible to accomplish and then go farther. Please....?
It Was ok... 19 Feb. 2013
By Dale Gibson - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
This book I read is good but it had flaws not major minor and the book is great for those who enjoy adventure and comics. The book was very short but enjoyable, the book is great for kids and has minor swearing.
Five Stars 21 Aug. 2014
By Certainly Can - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback Verified Purchase
My son still loves playing it.
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