The discovery of dragon remains in Tibet brings to Jesse and Jack Chang more trouble than they realize. While they want to use the discovery to help the world, other parties have more diabolical plans with it. After sending a DNA sample back home, Jesse learns that her brother Jack was kidnapped. This news prompts her to mount a rescue attempt, which in typical fashion, does not go according to plan.
According to the official press release, Dragon Resurrection is Mission: Impossible meets Jurassic Park. But that is not accurate. It is more apt to call it an Indiana Jones-style adventure in a Jason Bourne world, with dragons.
Dragon Resurrection is brought to you by DeZerlin Media. This Chinese based production company has big plans for themselves. Showing unheard of foresight in China, they are interested in expanding into the International market. In order to do that, they hired Americans to rewrite their stories to conform to Western expectations, making their products a unique hybrid of Chinese and Western cultures. How successful it will be remains to be seen, but they are making steps in the right direction.
The Dragon Resurrection Graphic Novel will be published by Dark Horse Studios in the Summer of 2013. Other potential products from the line, including sequel series, animated movies, games and other merchandise, and from other projects will be announced at a later date.
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