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Hiccup, Astrid, Gobber and, most importantly, Toothless will find themselves starring in all-new comic book adventures in 2016.
While the sitcom icon enjoys new successes voicing animated characters and tweaking his Hollywood image, he may yet return to his most famous role.
The producers explain that the new series will allow fans to learn more about supporting characters as the broader "Dragons" story is explored.
The Riders need to find Hookface before Alvin the Treacherous does as Titan Comics brings "How to Train Your Dragon" to comics.
Renowned movie-poster illustrator Drew Struzan was honored by both industry peers and fans at a packed, standing-room-only panel at Comic-Con International in San Diego.
During the CCI panel for "Dragons: Riders of Berk," the upcoming series based on the 2010 hit "How to Train Your Dragon," Cartoon Network and DreamWorks Animation revealed Mark Hamill will voice a new villain.
"How to Train Your Dragon" has beautiful animation and some of the best flying sequences ever on film. The story offers little new to older viewers, but children will enjoy the legendary winged beasts.
The voice talent of DreamWorks' upcoming "How To Train Your Dragon" sat down to discuss their contribution to the film, the challenge of performing with only a voice, the careful use of Scottish accents and more.
The directors, producer, and original writer of "How To Train Your Dragon" spoke with the press last Friday and CBR News was there as they discussed adapting the book, franchise hopes, and Scottish accents.