The fun-filled and extraordinary adventures of Brüssli, half-boy half-dragon.
Beak-faced Brussli is bullied by the village children. Curious about his true origins, the dauntless “Dragon Boy,” sets off on a quest of adventure and discovery. What he finds, however, turns his world upside down and puts him face-to-face with a unique cast of fantastical fairies, talking rabbits, wily wolves, battle-hardened nuns, demonic beings, and much much more, in this hysterical and heartwarming comedy adventure.
Jean-Louis Fonteneau, born in 1948, is a French comics writer who studied drawing at the Penninghen School of Graphic Arts. He has collaborated on many comics for the youth market, including The Investigations of Inspector Bayard, with drawings by Olivier Schwartz. His work is known for featuring adventure and humor, as seen in The Way of the Dragon Boy, about a beak-faced little boy who has doubts about his origins.
Étienne Jung was born in Wissembourg in 1964 and studied illustration at the School of Decorative Arts in Strasbourg. He has drawn for many magazines and schoolbooks and co-created the comic In the Land of Tremal with Jean-Louis Fonteneau in 1995 and worked with Fonteneau again on the children's series The Way of the Dragon Boy starting in 2006.