Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon #1 - Revised & Expanded

  • Title: Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon #1 - Revised & Expanded
  • Author: Wang Du Lu
  • ISBN: 9789889797270
  • Page: 386
  • Format: Paperback
  • Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon Revised Expanded This illustrated book captures the beauty and spirit behind the epic love story and thrilling action drama set against the breathtaking landscapes of ancient China
    This illustrated book captures the beauty and spirit behind the epic love story and thrilling action drama set against the breathtaking landscapes of ancient China.

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      Published :2019-08-24T17:54:17+00:00

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    642 Comments


    1. Interesting beginning to the series.

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    2. This review is for Chapters 1-4I picked up these books when Andy Seto first started adapting Wang Du Lu's king fu romance stories. The stories themselves are a lot of fun. Family rivalries. Dark intrigue. Forbidden love. And tons of kung fu action. Seto's artwork is glorious. The actors leap off of the page and Seto's China is ethereal and heartbreaking. If you can find them, the first four volumes are worth the read. They tell a complete story that is connected to, but separate from the two mov [...]

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    3. It was interesting, but I'm not that much invested in the characters.

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    4. Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon (臥虎藏龍)the movie is the reason I started to get interested in Chinese history and language. I hope to someday be able to read the original novels by Wang Dulu, but my Chinese isn't quite up to martial arts novels yet. I can however manage comics. I found an English translation of a Hong Kong comic adaptation of the novel and bought it in the hopes that it would help me track down the original Chinese version. (Which sadly seems out of print). The comic itsel [...]

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    5. A tad disappointed that this wasn't a fuller story from which the film was adapted. As it is a graphic novel in a series I'd need to purchase a number of them to come close to what I was expecting. But, as I once lived for a too short time on Wudangshan, it brought back mystical, magical memories of that beautiful place.

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    6. I watched the film and the serial drama, but I have to say that I loved the books the best; I read them in both chinese and english-Seto is a pretty good translator. We're not missing out on anything in the english version.

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    7. I liked the depiction and description of wudang style and history. Its nice to be reminded that I am not the only mad one that understands all this esoteric kung fu. I really need a new master a training partner.

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    8. The book was really good. I like how the characters can do miracles things like the hanging around in the trees. I also like the martial arts aspect of it all. the story line was good too about the girl who is a warrior.

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    9. Loved the whole concept. And a girl who can kick butt too! The only thing I didn't like was that guy only wanted to marry her if A) she could fight and B) was pretty enough. >.<

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    10. Quite good - looking forward to the next volume (or three).

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    11. The art is beatiful and well laid out. I think the novels adapated well.

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    12. Very pretty art, but I found the story flimsy.

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    13. What I expect from a given situation is not what everyone else will.

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