Published: Sep 5, 2002 to Feb 5, 2008
Score: 7.401 (scored by 341 users)
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SynopsisIn the era of the Romance of the Three Kingdoms, the fall of the Han Dynasty in Ancient China, a strange boy Qwan and his winged companion Teikou are on a quest. In order to find his purpose and the truth of his existence, Qwan is told that he needs to find the holy text, the Essential Arts of Peace. During his journey, he sucks in the body of demons, apparently as his meals. Will this super-strong demon eater locate the texts and discover his destiny?
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RalΩGrad and Qwan both have very similar styles and overarching plots. A young boy has special abilities and is given a task to save the world. The artwork in both series are top-notch, and the character designs are fabulous. Though RalΩGrad is for more mature audiences, those who love Qwan will definitely like this. Both main characters share a sort of innocence and have an older female guide to help them along their quest, joined by other intriguing characters along the way. Similarly, both stories take place in alternate pre-technology pasts. The main difference here is that we know about Ral's past, but Qwan's history remains a mystery. Qwan is also quite a bit more "adult-like" than Ral, whose sole purpose for accomplishing his feats of heroism is the bosoms that await him afterward. Overall, both series are above par on the scale of readability, interesting plot, eye-catching artwork, and captivating characters, not to mention the superb creature designs. Two thumbs up on both of them! Definite reads for adult audiences.
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