Dragon's Hoard Presents: Runt Issue #1
This is the tale of Teer, runt of the Avaria kin in the Alistria Valley...
Many readers might know of runts as the small, unhealthy child of a litter. This isn't true with the dragons. Runts of dragons are smaller, indeed - but a dragon lives eighty, maybe one hundred land-thaws, runts live five hundred or six hundred.
Runts occur once every nine or ten generations and are revered. They are treated with the utmost respect, honored by the kin, as they convey knowledge of the old as well as help raise the young.
We join Teer in his four-hundredth land-thaw and learn of his duties and his pleasures.
This comic contains sexual relations between male and female as well as male and male feral dragons. It focuses on the sizeplay relationships and includes adult situations between the characters involved.
WARNING - Contains 3 pages of soft vore, which isn't an adult situation, but readers wanted a warning about it.
Style - Comic; Color Cover, Black and White Interior; 24 Pages
|Own this item already? Write a review and share your thoughts.|
Are you the publisher, manufacturer, artist, or author of this item? Add your comments to this item
Customer's Reviews for Dragon's Hoard Presents: Runt Issue #1
Let me give you a little more info about this comic that they didn't tell you.
The art is in black and white, and it's 24 pages long.
Most importantly, 3 of those pages contain soft vore, which isn't in the adult situation warnings for some reason - so here I am warning you about it now. (Editor's Note: Fixed)
As for the review, this book it a pretty hot little number.
Exploring the unique way that dragons treat runts of their kin was fun and interesting. I think it could have used more story in that regard, though.
There's very little text, the story is told through implication of the art mostly. No dialogue (they're ferals after all). Sprinkled here and there are narration blurbs about a runt's role in society, that helps you understand why Teer is doing what he's doing.
There's a list of characters and their pictures at the start of the book, which helps you keep track of who Teer is meeting without the use of dialogue.
I can't argue with the art! I don't even mind that it's in black and white once you get into it. Great feral anatomy, and nice and steamy when it gets into /those/ parts (which is often).
Rabbit Valley® Comics, Furry since 1987.
Power by YoteTech6. For something safe, fast, and reliable you can always trust a yote.
Copyright © 2000-2013 Rabbit Valley Inc. All rights reserved Use of these pages constitutes your agreement to our user policy.