All Kan ever wanted was to live in his forest as a tiger should. But when his mother adopted two human foundlings, Kan’s jealousy cost him his family and home. Exiled, Kan blames humans for his troubles. If he’s to make a home for himself in that distant forest, he and his brothers must journey beyond the natural world into the realm of myth, deities and Dragons.

A Tiger’s Tale is a graphic novel in the grand tradition of A Journey to the West, Usagi Yojimbo, and Avatar: The Last Airbender.
Also included with each purchase: A Tiger’s Tale mini-poster, 4 inch “Year of the Tiger” metallic sticker, one copy of THE COMICS FU READER mini-anthology (while supplies last).
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