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Dragonar Academy Manga Volume 1

4 star rating out of 5
3 Reviews
SKU: 9781626920040

Retail Price: $12.99

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About Dragonar Academy Manga Volume 1

Dragonar Academy volume 1 features story by Shiki Mizuchi and art by Ran.

Welcome to Ansullivan Dragonar Academy, a school with a difference: the students are all dragon riders, each contracted with their own personal dragon. Ash Blake has the unique ability to ride anyone's dragon, but he's been waiting for what feels like forever for his own dragon to be born. He's thrilled when his dragon, Eco, finally appears - but she inexplicably takes the form of a beautiful human girl.

Eco's peculiar appearance is only the first unusual thing Ash faces. His life is about to become a whirlwind of spies, dragon races, and unexpected attention from both the proud Princess Sylvia and the beautiful president of the student council, Rebecca. All Ash wants is to acclimate Eco to the world, but someone out there wants his strange dragon on the dissecting table!

Details

  • Publisher: SEVEN SEAS
  • Media: Manga
  • Genre: Comedy, Fantasy
  • Themes: Fan Service, Harem
  • Age Rating: 16+
  • Release Date: 2/4/2014
  • Page Count: 192
  • Dimensional Weight: 1
  • Written Language: English

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Ratings & Reviews

3 reviews

5 star rating out of 5

Excellent

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I bought this because I watched the anime and it was pretty good. However I think the manga is much better. It's an amazing combination of humor, seriousness, fighting, and fan service. I can't wait for more!

4 star rating out of 5

A review for the whole series (Slight Spoilers)

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Dragonar Academy is a well illustrated harem manga based on the light novels. It goes back and forth on actual plot and just being a fan service harem (nice balance). The characters get pretty developed throughout, instead of being one dimensional, which was nice. It wasn’t my favorite manga, but I’d be lying if I said I wasn’t invested. Then comes the last arc. It begins fine, introducing new characters and plots, but as it got closer to the end, I just thought “how is this all gonna wrap up in one last book?” Well my enjoyment came to a halt when it decided to explain the rest of the arc through text. It was rushed and just lowered my view on this series. The manga artist says that she wasn’t able to retell the rest, but couldn’t there have been a better way of ending it? Was another book or 2 possible or doing a filler ending? It just feels like a “if you want the rest of the story, read the light novels.” In all, Dragonar Academy was a pretty decent series until the abrupt ending.

3 star rating out of 5

Great concept

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I love the concept of having a dragon that’s in a different form than the rest and having a kid that just wants to fit in and receive his dragon like his classmates. I just wouldn’t have chosen to lewd a girl and then be calling her a newborn and a baby, you know? Like she was just born and doesn’t look like a newborn but she isn’t an adult either. She’s clearly a kid so why lewd her? It doesn’t really add anything to the story.