Read The Mystery Knight: A Graphic Novel Online Free - A full-color graphic novel edition of The Mystery Knight, one of the thrilling Dunk and Egg novellas from George R. R. Martin s A Knight of the Seven Kingdoms and a prequel of sorts to A Game of Thrones
Every wedding needs a singer, and every tourney needs a mystery knight.
Westeros is eerily peaceful. King Aerys I sits on the Iron Throne. A ravaging plague has abated. Yet beneath the surface, tensions linger sixteen years after a failed rebellion. In these restless times, noble hedge knight Ser Duncan the Tall Dunk, to his friends and his precocious boy squire, Egg, travel the Seven Kingdoms performing chivalrous deeds, though Egg s bloodline must be concealed at all costs.
After heading north for Winterfell, Dunk and Egg are lured off the kingsroad by a wedding feast and an unusually lucrative tournament. The champion jouster will claim a rare trophy indeed: a dragon s egg. Dunk, always better in a melee, would be satisfied with a hot meal, a cup of wine, and a purse full of coins. But a treasonous plot is more likely to hatch before another dragon ever stretches its wings. Someone s on to Egg. And a mystery knight with designs on an even bigger prize soon throws the entire affair into chaos."
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September 24, 2017
3.5 stars for this adaptation of the third Dunk & Egg novella by George R. R. Martin, averaged from 4 stars for the plot and 3 for the art.
This is the most "knightly" of the three, maybe only surpassed by the 1st novella in the series, and the adaptor did respect GRRM's original text well en...
August 22, 2017
Tales of Dunk and Egg are always a treat for aSoIaF fans. I have read the first 2 graphic novels of the series and they were absolutely brilliant. That was the reason I was really looking forward to the release of this and I must say it was worth waiting.
The best thing about these graphic novels...
September 20, 2017
Alright before I begin I want to point out this is my first GoT related book so as far as easter eggs and if it's a good addition to the world of GoT I have no freaking clue however I will say I may have been slightly wrong for calling it Dungeons and Dragons porn in the past, anyway, here's my r...
August 23, 2017
The long awaited graphic edition of the third Dunk & Egg story. Nice to have a Hardback edition, perhaps the previous two stories will get the same treatment. The story was adapted by Ben Avery and the art by Mark S. Miller.
August 20, 2017
I never read the novella this is adapted from, but the artwork and story were fantastic. A great thing to read while waiting for the next episode of Game of Thrones to come on!
September 11, 2017
It’s such a crime that this is the last story we have of Dunk and Egg. Really, it’s awful. Their adventures are fun and dramatic (the good kind), and I was ecstatic when I could extend that adventure by reading the comics. Alas, the time has come for me to say goodbye and I really don’t want to....
August 17, 2017
Love the art work. As much as I would like to read more Dunc and Egg novellas I would rather GRRM wraps up ASOIAF. I have read this story multiple time but the magic of the graphic novel format and Ben Avery's adaptation is a great fit.
August 28, 2017
Great third tale of Dunk and Egg in their traveling adventures.
In this graphic novel volume of the third story of Dunk and Egg finds both characters traveling north to Winterfell in the hopes of finding work with decent pay and a roof to put over their heads. On the road the young Prince and tal...
September 24, 2017
This is the third graphic novel featuring Dunk and Egg. It is based on the novella from George R.R. Martin and is set before the events depicted in the "A Song of Ice and Fire" series. Now it should be noted that it is advisable to read the first two graphic novels first before reading this one s...
August 23, 2017
It's ironic that the TV adaptation squeezes material for 2-3 episodes in a single one (in the 7th season), while this graphic/comic-adaptation drags a story worthy of 20-30 pages out to 240.
I think if this were non part of the 'Game of Thrones'-canon, it would receive a much lower rating ...