The Dragon Knight is a series of fantasy novels by Gordon R. Dickson (1923–2001). The first book informed the 1982 animated movie The Flight of Dragons by Rankin/Bass, but was previously published as a short story, St. Dragon and the George. The title here refers in part to an in-universe nomenclature, wherein the story's dragons use the name "george" as a synonym or substitute of "human", after 'St. George the Dragon-Slayer', and in part a reference to the latter.
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... Kamen Rider Onyx is a black-colored copy of Kamen Rider Dragon Knight armed with a black Japanese Dragon Advent Deck he is the 3rd strongest Kamen Rider, and is stronger than Kamen Rider Dragon Knight ... The next time Onyx shows up is actually Kit (as Dragon Knight) retransforming into the black-armored Onyx venting Wing Knight and confronting Siren ... He later confronts Adam, who has the Dragon Knight Deck, and fights him until Eubulon interrupts the battle ...
... Kamen Rider Dragon Knight has a very wide range of moves, even if he's not a strong fighter he is still one of the strongest Kamen Riders ... Copy Vent or Axe's Freeze Vent, or possess a personal weapon like Wing Knight's Dark Visor, Siren's Blanc Visor or Torque's Magna Visor ... establishing a contract with Dragredder, Dragon Knight had a more basic design (referred to in the toy line as Kamen Rider Blank Knight) ...
... The Dragon Knight is the second book of Gordon R ... Dickson's Dragon Knight series ... The novel begins five months after the battle at Loathly Tower which took place in The Dragon and The George ...
... Two soundtracks Dragon Knight - Treasure King of Water Chapter (ドラゴンナイト～水の宝王篇～) and PC Engine World — Dragon Knight Graffiti ... Tsūshin scored the PC Engine version of Dragon Knight Graffiti a 22 out of 40, giving it an 8 out of 10 in their Reader Cross Review ...
... Chronological Listing The Dragon and the George (1976, Nelson Doubleday) British Fantasy Award The Dragon Knight (1990, Tor Books) The Dragon on the Border (1992 ... Dragon and the George, first published in F SF Sep '57, was later expanded into the first novel of the series ... later reprinted in several collections, among them A Dragon-Lover's Treasury of the Fantastic, edited by Margaret Weis ...
Famous quotes containing the words knight and/or dragon:
“Nae living man Ill love again,
Since that my lovely knight is slain.
Wi ae lock of his yellow hair
Ill chain my heart for evermair.”
—Unknown. The Lament of the Border Widow (l. 2528)
“Opinion is not worth a rush;
In this altar-piece the knight,
Who grips his long spear so to push
That dragon through the fading light,
Loved the lady; and its plain
The half-dead dragon was her thought....”
—William Butler Yeats (18651939)