Dungeon, Twilight by Joann Sfar
Dragon Cemetry (Dungeon Vol. 1)

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The planet Terra Amata, on which Dungeon resides, has stopped turning. On one side, total darkness and absolute coldness; on the other, a searing desert and eternal day. The survivors live on a thin slice of earth where day and night meet. A territory known as TWILIGHT. Marvin, now old and blind, sensing his end, goes on a long trek to the legendary cemetery of dragons.
 

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Published April 1, 2006 by NBM Publishing. 96 pages
Genres: Comics & Graphic Novels, Humor & Entertainment, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Horror, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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French cartooning sensations Trondheim and Sfarr have produced numerous volumes of their epic fantasy series Dungeon. This latest American translation jumps far into the future, where Marvin, a bli

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This latest collection of the French heroic fantasy spoof finds the cast dealing with Terra Amata, the landscape where the series takes place, exploding into a myriad of floating islands that resemble a cartoon version of a Roger Dean Yes album cover.

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In the second story, Herbert undergoes training as a warrior from Marvin's former master, who proves to be cruel and manipulative.

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It's hard to say if Sfar and Trondheim's long-running Dungeon epic is a dead-on parody of sword-and-sorcery clichés or if it's just a first-rate fantasy series that happens to star anthropomorphic animals and involve lots of comedy.

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French cartooning sensations Trondheim and Sfarr have produced numerous volumes of their epic fantasy series Dungeon.

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As a metaphor for the workaday capitalist world, Sfar and Trondheim’s story works beautifully, but, even more amusingly, the writers follow the mechanics of their cliffhanger set-up with pitiless comic logic.

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The ursine proletarians haul this villa sixteen hours at a stretch for eight hours of respite within the villa — all for the benefit of Takmool, their diminutive overseer and his sexually avaricious wife and daughter.

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"Dungeon Parade" tells one-off light-hearted stories set during the early volumes of "Zenith," and "Dungeon Monstres" tells side-stories anywhere and everywhere during the entire "Dungeon" saga.

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