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Don't miss this exclusive, original story set between seasons 3 and 4 of the hit animated series The Dragon Prince! The Dragon Prince has been reunited with his mother, the Human Kingdoms and Xadia are at peace, and humans and elves alike are ready to move on.Only Rayla is still restless. Unable to believe Lord Viren is truly dead, and haunted by questions about the fate of Don't miss this exclusive, original story set between seasons 3 and 4 of the hit animated series The Dragon Prince! The Dragon Prince has been reunited with his mother, the Human Kingdoms and Xadia are at peace, and humans and elves alike are ready to move on.Only Rayla is still restless. Unable to believe Lord Viren is truly dead, and haunted by questions about the fate of her parents and Runaan, she remains trapped between hope and fear. When an ancient ritual calls her, Callum, and Ezran to the Moon Nexus, she learns the lake is a portal to a world between life and death. Rayla seizes the opportunity for closure-and the chance to confirm that Lord Viren is gone for good.But the portal is unstable, and the ancient Moonshadow elves who destroyed it never intended for it to be reopened. Will Rayla's quest to uncover the secrets of the dead put her living friends in mortal danger?Don't miss this exclusive, original graphic novel from Peter Wartman and Xanthe Bouma, with story by The Dragon Prince creators Aaron Ehasz and Justin Richmond!


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Don't miss this exclusive, original story set between seasons 3 and 4 of the hit animated series The Dragon Prince! The Dragon Prince has been reunited with his mother, the Human Kingdoms and Xadia are at peace, and humans and elves alike are ready to move on.Only Rayla is still restless. Unable to believe Lord Viren is truly dead, and haunted by questions about the fate of Don't miss this exclusive, original story set between seasons 3 and 4 of the hit animated series The Dragon Prince! The Dragon Prince has been reunited with his mother, the Human Kingdoms and Xadia are at peace, and humans and elves alike are ready to move on.Only Rayla is still restless. Unable to believe Lord Viren is truly dead, and haunted by questions about the fate of her parents and Runaan, she remains trapped between hope and fear. When an ancient ritual calls her, Callum, and Ezran to the Moon Nexus, she learns the lake is a portal to a world between life and death. Rayla seizes the opportunity for closure-and the chance to confirm that Lord Viren is gone for good.But the portal is unstable, and the ancient Moonshadow elves who destroyed it never intended for it to be reopened. Will Rayla's quest to uncover the secrets of the dead put her living friends in mortal danger?Don't miss this exclusive, original graphic novel from Peter Wartman and Xanthe Bouma, with story by The Dragon Prince creators Aaron Ehasz and Justin Richmond!

30 review for Through the Moon

  1. 5 out of 5

    ♠ TABI⁷₈⁷ ♠

    yes I'm fine no I'm not patiently waiting for s4 yes I'm fine no I'm not patiently waiting for s4

  2. 5 out of 5

    Silvana

    When I watched the Dragon Prince cast narrated the first few pages of this graphic novel at a Comic Con panel, I knew I had to read this. It does not disappoint. The artwork is really good, the story is as magical as ever. Phoe Phoe is adorable. I wished my fave character made an appearance but she did not. It being too short is my main and only criticism. Now I'll need those next four seasons, please. When I watched the Dragon Prince cast narrated the first few pages of this graphic novel at a Comic Con panel, I knew I had to read this. It does not disappoint. The artwork is really good, the story is as magical as ever. Phoe Phoe is adorable. I wished my fave character made an appearance but she did not. It being too short is my main and only criticism. Now I'll need those next four seasons, please.

  3. 4 out of 5

    rachel ☾

    ➸ Trigger warnings for (view spoiler)[nightmares, grief & loss depiction, and death of a mother & father recounted (hide spoiler)] . Blog • Trigger Warning Database • Twitter • Instagram ➸ Trigger warnings for (view spoiler)[nightmares, grief & loss depiction, and death of a mother & father recounted (hide spoiler)] . Blog • Trigger Warning Database • Twitter • Instagram

  4. 4 out of 5

    BLOBBIEEE

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Updated I’m gonna be honest, I didn’t really like this book much only because I didn’t really understand what was happening at times, and stuff about the characters. Probably because I haven’t read the book series (I think) (The Dragon Prince) or watched the series to get an overview of what was happening. I think I'm supposed to read this book, after the book series (I think), either way, I will, anyways. My goal, is to reread it after I read the series (I think) or watched the series. So I unde Updated I’m gonna be honest, I didn’t really like this book much only because I didn’t really understand what was happening at times, and stuff about the characters. Probably because I haven’t read the book series (I think) (The Dragon Prince) or watched the series to get an overview of what was happening. I think I'm supposed to read this book, after the book series (I think), either way, I will, anyways. My goal, is to reread it after I read the series (I think) or watched the series. So I understand it better, though the book wasn’t that bad. I wasn't something I liked at this point in time Last Thoughts... Not My favorite Will re-read it Wasn't that bad

  5. 5 out of 5

    H.

    SPOILER-FREE REVIEW: I'm so happy and relieved that this was a genuinely good read. It felt like cheating to be allowed to read it before the fourth season comes out, because reading it felt like watching an episode of the show. Everyone's just so in-character and I love Ezran's silly little jokes and how kind and sweet everyone is to each other. I love the magic and the artistry put into the settings and the escapist adventure feel that The Dragon Prince excels at. Every panel was packed with li SPOILER-FREE REVIEW: I'm so happy and relieved that this was a genuinely good read. It felt like cheating to be allowed to read it before the fourth season comes out, because reading it felt like watching an episode of the show. Everyone's just so in-character and I love Ezran's silly little jokes and how kind and sweet everyone is to each other. I love the magic and the artistry put into the settings and the escapist adventure feel that The Dragon Prince excels at. Every panel was packed with little character details. It's a good graphic novel. It is, imo, very much worth reading before the next season comes out.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Dreamkazper

    Ignore the bad reviews!!! Most of them are from people who have never watched the series, if you have not watched the show do not read this, it contains spoilers from the series!

  7. 5 out of 5

    Prabhjot Kaur

    I love The Dragon Prince show on Netflix so obviously wanted to read this but I did tread with trepidation. But I shouldn't have worried because this is great, from the art work to dialogue to magical story telling. Callum, Rayla, Ezran, Soren, Lujanne, Phoe-Phoe all make an appearance. The story progression is after the third season so I do suggest watching the Netflix show first otherwise you'll be left wondering what's happening and you might not like it. But for the fans of the show, you are I love The Dragon Prince show on Netflix so obviously wanted to read this but I did tread with trepidation. But I shouldn't have worried because this is great, from the art work to dialogue to magical story telling. Callum, Rayla, Ezran, Soren, Lujanne, Phoe-Phoe all make an appearance. The story progression is after the third season so I do suggest watching the Netflix show first otherwise you'll be left wondering what's happening and you might not like it. But for the fans of the show, you are in for a treat. I don't think I can ever get enough Callum and Rayla together. The only issue for me here is that it is way too short. 4.5 stars

  8. 5 out of 5

    sankta eema ☽

    where do i start ? the dragon prince is the most wholesome tv show i have ever watched and this comic just made me love it even more. the characters are amazing and beautifully flawed but not in a way that makes you question their morals or how much you love them. THE REP? did someone says lgbt ? ✅ does anyone wants badass disabled characters? ✅ in need of poc mythical creatures? ✅ the rep in the dragon prince is flawless & absolutely phenomenal!!! this show and comic is truly a masterpiece. 100/ where do i start ? the dragon prince is the most wholesome tv show i have ever watched and this comic just made me love it even more. the characters are amazing and beautifully flawed but not in a way that makes you question their morals or how much you love them. THE REP? did someone says lgbt ? ✅ does anyone wants badass disabled characters? ✅ in need of poc mythical creatures? ✅ the rep in the dragon prince is flawless & absolutely phenomenal!!! this show and comic is truly a masterpiece. 100/ 5 stars ⭐️

  9. 5 out of 5

    Sabrina Ye

    "White lies are illusions you build with your words to protect the hearts of those you love." 4.25 stars. I really don't know how am I supposed to do with my life until season 4 is here bye "White lies are illusions you build with your words to protect the hearts of those you love." 4.25 stars. I really don't know how am I supposed to do with my life until season 4 is here bye

  10. 5 out of 5

    Jasmine Burt

    It was great being back in this world with these characters. We learn of the fate of one of my favourite characters and I really loved that this was included as well as Rayla coming to terms with the unknown fate of her parents and Runaan. Rayla and Callum are the cutest couple.

  11. 5 out of 5

    WordsAreMyForte

    So, is this going to be considered part of the show canonically? I guess we can only wonder, until season 4 comes out which BETTER NOT BE THAT FAR AWAY *exasperated sigh* Anyway, Rayllum is adorkable as always, we love Ezran and his animal sensibilities, and the themes of death, life, dying, grief, etc. always hit home. Plus the art was decent, so yeah.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Girlshipper

    At first I was like 😍 but now i'm like 😭 .... I really need season 4 At first I was like 😍 but now i'm like 😭 .... I really need season 4

  13. 4 out of 5

    Avery TheLibrariansDaughter

    I have missed these children so much Also #OpeliNeedsAVacation Ezran is adorable Soren is best boy Lujanne is hilarious and I love her boyfriend Callum and Rayla BROKE ME Kinda wish we coulda seen Ellis? And Claudia too tbh This set up a lot for season 4 and I'm very excited to know what happens next <3 Avery, The Librarian's Daughter <3 I have missed these children so much Also #OpeliNeedsAVacation Ezran is adorable Soren is best boy Lujanne is hilarious and I love her boyfriend Callum and Rayla BROKE ME Kinda wish we coulda seen Ellis? And Claudia too tbh This set up a lot for season 4 and I'm very excited to know what happens next <3 Avery, The Librarian's Daughter <3

  14. 4 out of 5

    maria eduarda

    ★ 3,5 I really liked the character development in the comic and how it sets up some plots for season 4. It’s very clearly a Rayla-centric story so some of the characters were kind of just there, and the plot was very simple and straightforward, but I didn’t mind it much. The ending is the best part, because though it’ll definitely keep me up at night thinking about it (why???), I appreciate the amount of care put into Rayla’s character development, and how that ending will impact her not only in ★ 3,5 I really liked the character development in the comic and how it sets up some plots for season 4. It’s very clearly a Rayla-centric story so some of the characters were kind of just there, and the plot was very simple and straightforward, but I didn’t mind it much. The ending is the best part, because though it’ll definitely keep me up at night thinking about it (why???), I appreciate the amount of care put into Rayla’s character development, and how that ending will impact her not only in s4, but through the rest of the series as well. Great comic, really recommend it for fans of the show.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Chris Lemmerman

    The Dragon Prince has been returned to his rightful place, and all is right with the world...or is it? Rayla is tormented by visions of Lord Viren, and finds herself obsessed with discovering if he's truly dead. Set after the events of the most recent season of the show, Through The Moon has the usual problem of stories set while a show is ongoing - it can't do too much, in case people who watch the show don't read the comic to ensure that they're not confused when season 4 hits. That said, it do The Dragon Prince has been returned to his rightful place, and all is right with the world...or is it? Rayla is tormented by visions of Lord Viren, and finds herself obsessed with discovering if he's truly dead. Set after the events of the most recent season of the show, Through The Moon has the usual problem of stories set while a show is ongoing - it can't do too much, in case people who watch the show don't read the comic to ensure that they're not confused when season 4 hits. That said, it doesn't do too badly. A character returns, and both Callum and Rayla move forward with their relationship in some nice ways. If anything, the book is a little lopsided; the blurb tells us a lot about the final quarter of the book, so the first three quarters feel a tad drawn out. There's also a kind-of-cliffhanger ending, but I'm not sure if there are further graphic novels planned to resolve it, or if this is where season 4 of the show starts off, so we'll see. Peter Wartman captures the characters' voices easily, and I'm glad he didn't try and add Rayla's accent to her speech since that would have been a nightmare to read. The artwork from Xanthe Bouma is soft, very reminiscent of the Avatar comics. It's interesting to see the Dragon Prince universe in something other than CGI animation, and it works pretty well. Everyone's recognisable, the panels flow nicely, and the background transition midway through is a good choice. This'll whet your appetite for Dragon Prince content while we wait for the remaining seasons to arrive. It's a little hamstrung by its setting, but it does as well as it can with it, and looks pretty while it does.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Jaiden

    Dispatchers: 911, what is your emergency Me: hi, soooo, there's this really great book I want, it's called through the moon, only it's not out yet. please get me an arc i need one Dispatchers: Please stay calm, we are currently sending 20 police cars, 15 fire trucks, and 10 ambulances to Peter Wartman's house, as well as the army, the air force, the FBI, and the S.W.A.T. team. We'll have you an ARC in no time Me: please hurry i'll die without this 10 minutes later 911: We've got the book. Um . . . he Dispatchers: 911, what is your emergency Me: hi, soooo, there's this really great book I want, it's called through the moon, only it's not out yet. please get me an arc i need one Dispatchers: Please stay calm, we are currently sending 20 police cars, 15 fire trucks, and 10 ambulances to Peter Wartman's house, as well as the army, the air force, the FBI, and the S.W.A.T. team. We'll have you an ARC in no time Me: please hurry i'll die without this 10 minutes later 911: We've got the book. Um . . . hello? Me: *dead*

  17. 5 out of 5

    Ashley

    HOLY CRAP. Ok, so the ARC I read was very much unfinished, but still, holy crap! If you, like me, are jonesing for the next season of The Dragon Prince, then this will satisfy your need for more Dragon Prince content while, at the same time, making you want season 4 even more. Is Viren still alive?! What will happen with Reyla and Callum's relationship? WHEN DOES SEASON 4 COME OUT?!?! HOLY CRAP. Ok, so the ARC I read was very much unfinished, but still, holy crap! If you, like me, are jonesing for the next season of The Dragon Prince, then this will satisfy your need for more Dragon Prince content while, at the same time, making you want season 4 even more. Is Viren still alive?! What will happen with Reyla and Callum's relationship? WHEN DOES SEASON 4 COME OUT?!?!

  18. 5 out of 5

    anoosh lucia

    stan callum and rayla for clear skin

  19. 5 out of 5

    Adrienne H.

    Loved being back in the dragon prince world the art was really beautiful but it was a really short read and lacked plot.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Klemiki

    I wasn't sold when it came out, but after actually reading it? It was so pretty!! The colours, fun art style. Can't wait for another installment, and of course season 4 🤗 I wasn't sold when it came out, but after actually reading it? It was so pretty!! The colours, fun art style. Can't wait for another installment, and of course season 4 🤗

  21. 4 out of 5

    Karissa

    Series Info/Source: This is the first volume in the Dragon Prince Graphic Novel series. My son got this as a Christmas gift and I borrowed it from him to read. Story (3/5): This is a short story that takes place after the most recent episode of the Dragon Prince (I think we left that in season two or three?). If you haven’t watched the Netflix series (which is absolutely amazing BTW) you will be completely confused by what is happening here. This is just a little blip of a story and honestly does Series Info/Source: This is the first volume in the Dragon Prince Graphic Novel series. My son got this as a Christmas gift and I borrowed it from him to read. Story (3/5): This is a short story that takes place after the most recent episode of the Dragon Prince (I think we left that in season two or three?). If you haven’t watched the Netflix series (which is absolutely amazing BTW) you will be completely confused by what is happening here. This is just a little blip of a story and honestly doesn’t add a lot to the broader story on the Netflix series. It is done in keeping with the style of the Netflix series though and was okay. Characters (3/5): The characters stay true to form with the Netflix series. I didn’t feel like there was a ton of growth and there are a lot of characters from that series kind of shoved into this book. Again, I do love the characters from this series but felt like their representation here was just okay. Setting (3/5): The Moon Nexus was interesting but again I feel like the magical, beautiful settings of the Netflix series weren’t as well portrayed in graphic novel format. It was okay but lacking a lot of the magic and beauty of the cartoon. Writing/Drawing Style (3/5): In keeping with the theme of the rest of this review, this was okay. The drawing style stayed true to the cartoon, it just wasn’t quite as lush and beautiful. The writing style kept the same ironic tone of the cartoon but just wasn’t as humorous and funny. This whole thing was like a weak and unnecessary shadow to the original cartoon series. My Summary (3/5): Overall this was okay but definitely something I could have skipped reading. Unless you are a seriously diehard Dragon Prince fan I would skip this. Me and my family absolutely adore the Dragon Prince Netflix cartoon series, but still felt that this was just kind of unnecessary and blah. I would recommend skipping and just wait for the next Dragon Prince season to release.

  22. 4 out of 5

    mimo

    I hesitated to buy and read this at first, because I had this idea that tie-in books are 'filler' material, not important enough to be part of the main series, but good enough to move some copies off shelves. Well, I've never been so pleased to say that I was wrong. The writing here is deft and deliberate, with the same sense (as in the show) that every detail is there for a reason. Everyone's characterisation is on point, and I could hear the dialogue in their voices. There were also a number of I hesitated to buy and read this at first, because I had this idea that tie-in books are 'filler' material, not important enough to be part of the main series, but good enough to move some copies off shelves. Well, I've never been so pleased to say that I was wrong. The writing here is deft and deliberate, with the same sense (as in the show) that every detail is there for a reason. Everyone's characterisation is on point, and I could hear the dialogue in their voices. There were also a number of conversations and interactions that I think are crucial in developing characters and relationships. See: (view spoiler)[the fact that Rayla was part of an assassin team that killed Harrow, coming up in a fight between her and Callum; Rayla asking new ally Soren to tell her what he knows about that night; the poetry and parallels of Callum and Rayla swimming up together out of the Moon Nexus. Oh, and also just Phoe-Phoe hatching as a tiny little birb in Ezra's hands. That was adorable (hide spoiler)] . Would recommend this to any fan of the series.

  23. 4 out of 5

    ka

    pain.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Brenda Kahn

    I grabbed this off the Scholastic Book Fair b/c I have tons of graphic novel fans at my school and my generous PTA gave me money to spend for the library. The title above says it's #1, but the back cover says, "Don't miss the first Dragon Prince novel." So, I'm confused. The two main characters are constantly referring to some big showdown that left both of them scarred. I also didn't know until I read the GR reviews that it's based on a tv show. We'll see if the kids are into it. The art sure w I grabbed this off the Scholastic Book Fair b/c I have tons of graphic novel fans at my school and my generous PTA gave me money to spend for the library. The title above says it's #1, but the back cover says, "Don't miss the first Dragon Prince novel." So, I'm confused. The two main characters are constantly referring to some big showdown that left both of them scarred. I also didn't know until I read the GR reviews that it's based on a tv show. We'll see if the kids are into it. The art sure was beautiful. I just felt lost.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Omnia Saeed

    The most wholesome comic I've read in a while 💖 The most wholesome comic I've read in a while 💖

  26. 4 out of 5

    gio

    I’m super excited to read this graphic novel! I love the show so much!

  27. 5 out of 5

    Sesana

    An excellent bridge between the third and fourth seasons of one of my favorite ongoing series. I really, really want the next season (and the ones after that) as soon as possible, but this took the edge off. The art is great, and the writing feels like the show, which is all I really ask for from a tie in book.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Kristin B

    ***some spoilers for the book and also S1-S3*** I'm not sure that it was possible for me to not give this 5 stars. Basically two or three episodes in GN-format, of course I loved it. Loved to see the result of LJ and her end-credits friend here, also tiny Phoe-Phoe is the most adorable thing EVER. Props to touching briefly on the complexities of the relationships in this show, specifically the ones where family members are responsible for the deaths of friends' family members. It's hard to watch an ***some spoilers for the book and also S1-S3*** I'm not sure that it was possible for me to not give this 5 stars. Basically two or three episodes in GN-format, of course I loved it. Loved to see the result of LJ and her end-credits friend here, also tiny Phoe-Phoe is the most adorable thing EVER. Props to touching briefly on the complexities of the relationships in this show, specifically the ones where family members are responsible for the deaths of friends' family members. It's hard to watch and read about, but I think doing so allows for more depth in both character development and character relationships. I didn't know it was possible, but a revelation about something Viren did off-screen was so horrifying and honestly I can't believe I ever rooted for that guy back in S1. I'm guessing we will see the results of that act sometime in the future and... it will be hard to stomach. Lastly, I missed Zym. I hope he's happy with his mom, but it wasn't the same without him.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Fae Morgan

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Really am I fan of The Dragon Prince Netflix series, so when I found out that there was a graphic novel series coming out that was set after the events of the season finale, I was excited. I did have to wait a bit before purchasing but I'm glad that I did. I understand Rayla's struggle with excepting what happened to Viren and the fact they didn't find a body, furthermore with not knowing what happened to her parents and Runnan. It's scary. Even with Soren, I wouldn't be surprised if both Soren Really am I fan of The Dragon Prince Netflix series, so when I found out that there was a graphic novel series coming out that was set after the events of the season finale, I was excited. I did have to wait a bit before purchasing but I'm glad that I did. I understand Rayla's struggle with excepting what happened to Viren and the fact they didn't find a body, furthermore with not knowing what happened to her parents and Runnan. It's scary. Even with Soren, I wouldn't be surprised if both Soren and Rayla were suffering from post-traumatic-stress, probably are. That scene of Rayla in what I'd call the "Netherworld" or the place between life and death, getting attacked by the ghosts of the other assassins with a little creepy, and the fact that they moved on because they mistake the missing binding as a sign that Rayla killed Erzan isn't comforting either. Glad, Phoe-Phoe is okay, although a minor character I really liked her design and now she's cute. Lujanne and Allen are cute together. Poor Opeli, she can't catch a break. Not much of Zym or his mother in this one, hopefully, we'll get a glimpse or scene with them later. They've set it up nicely for the next volume, so I'm interested to see what happens next.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Light

    This graphic novel picks up very close to where season 3 of The Dragon Prince leaves off, which made me very excited when I finally picked up my own copy. It's completely original content that I presume won't be in season 4 unless there are flashbacks, which would be a great idea in the very likely case most watchers are unaware of the graphic novel's existence. The story drew me in, of course. Without spoiling it, the first half or so is perhaps more filler than I would've liked, but all of it i This graphic novel picks up very close to where season 3 of The Dragon Prince leaves off, which made me very excited when I finally picked up my own copy. It's completely original content that I presume won't be in season 4 unless there are flashbacks, which would be a great idea in the very likely case most watchers are unaware of the graphic novel's existence. The story drew me in, of course. Without spoiling it, the first half or so is perhaps more filler than I would've liked, but all of it is completely necessary for the story to progress as it is. It addresses the emotions of our main characters, as the series has been so careful to include throughout. The action sequences later on were a little confusing, but maybe that's just me, as I could get the general idea of what was happening anyway. There's some closure, there's unrest, there's more questions than answers, but it absolutely stays true to the series. I probably would have given it 4 stars instead of 5, but I could absolutely hear the characters in the written dialogue, and that's something I always hold to a very high standard. So 5 stars it is.

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