When you are telling the story to a dragon, that IS how the story goes. If you prefer to remain alive, anyway…
Elves, on the other hand, may not like the immoral practice of being enslaved by dragons.
Aye and so there we have a Henry bedtime story as told by the Wiz.
this seems similar to playing “Dejarik” against a Wookiee
I wonder if Henry would appreciate Gordon R. Dickson’s “The Dragon and the George”…
I wonder if Henry would like Martins Game of Thrones dragons.
Panels 7 and 8 sound like something out of a Geico® commercial.
A librarian using the word “can” instead of “may”?
Let sleeping dragons lie.
He didn’t need a book to tell that story.
Is the wizard Merlin? And is the king’s name Arthur? I would guess not because he’s the wizard of Id, not the wizard of Camelot.God bless you, Jason Scott Irelan
Smaug had his own investment hour on PBS, did he not?
Too bad How to Train Your Dragon didn’t exist back then. Wizard wouldn’t have had to change anything.
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