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Fantasy All Ages · NETCOMICS
Completed with Vol.7 Ch.4

Abandoned in a cabbage patch as a baby, Misty-Rain is saved from certain death by a witch who brings her up as her own. Far from the company of humans, she is raised as one of the Dokebi, a magical race from Korean myth. Among them she is happy and content, until one day she loses the trust of her protector, causing the enchantment that had kept the secret of her true identity to be broken. She is cast out to the world of her birth and must find her place among her own kind. Land of Silver Rain is a captivating tale of love that is often regarded as a classic. A must read for every fan of romance comics.

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MISTY-RAIN
Though a human, Misty-rain grows up as a little Dokebi girl with a dashing soul. She gets thrown out of the land of Dokebis and thrown into the human world when she falls into distrust with the Great King of Darkness. SIRIUS Sirius is the sole heir to the throne at the land of the unicorn Dokebis in the West. He proposes to Misty-rain as an apology for getting her expelled from the Dokebi land, and descends to the human world following Misty-Rain.

THORNPRICKER
Thornpricker is an eternal enemy of Misty-rain since their childhood days. She provides the main cause of Misty-rain's deportation. To make things worse for Misty-rain, Thornpricker tries to bring Sirius back to the land of Dokebis.

THE GREAT KING OF DARKNESS
Unlike his title, the Great King of Darkness is a young king of the land of Dokebis who possesses a heart of gold. He takes in and becomes a guardian of Misty-rain even when he is aware that she is a human's child.

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This story promises to tell a love story that unfolds in two worlds - one in fantasy and one in reality. It begins in the world of ghost-like spiritual beings of Korean lore, the dokebis. They are much like us except they have horns and fang teeth. A young human of Earth was abandoned in a cabbage patch but was saved and raised by a dokebi witch. Silver Rain believes herself to be a dokebi but that is because a spell has been cast to make her look the part. She is very popular, except with Wild-Thorn her jealous rival. A prince from the Unicorn Kingdom (they only have one horn) happens upon her by accident and inadvertently plays part in he imprisonment when she is famed by Wild-Thorn. The results of her actions and the events that follow break the spell and reveal her to be human. Now she is imprisoned and the unicorn prince is sneaking off to see her. There is so much in this volume the above recap just scratches the surface. The relationship between Silver Rain and the witch is explored in detail as are the cast of characters, which is a lot larger than the few mentioned. Like many good stories there is a fair amount of character development. The creator's style is a mixture depending on the mood being set. Sometimes it is vague and ghostly, then very fine-lined realistic and next it might be cartoony in an emotional situation. There are even times when it lapses into a lot of text to explain things. It is always engaging and entertaining. The amount the main plot moves in almost 200 pages may seem too little to those used to most American comics. There are a lot of side stories and scenes to help us to get to know the people, the culture and the folklore it is derived from. The main characters are not entirely admirable; each has some quirk that makes them more real to us. It is a fine first chapter in what promises to be an interesting story.

-David LeBlanc, Editor, Comic Book Network Electronic Magazine

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    5
    01.04.10
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    Pretty romantic books(barely on Vol.4)

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    5

    i really liked it but i thought it was suppose to be longer oh well

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    5
    10.06.08
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    its boring but try harder

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    4
    05.30.08
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    so far (I'm only on volume 2). But it is a bit of a killjoy that the chapter titles are spoilers. Did anyone consider getting rid of that? It is really annoying.

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    5
    05.28.08
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    I just love Mira Lee's style--so classic and beautiful. This one's a keeper. I can read it again and again. It never fails to make me smile, laugh out loud.

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