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Author:
Wing Shing Ma
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978-1588993755
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1588993752
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ComicsOne (April 4, 2005)
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Storm Riders Novel book. Wing-shing Ma (b. 16 January 1961) is a Hong Kong wuxia (Chinese swordplay) manhua (Chinese comic book) artist, writer and publisher

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Storm Riders Novel: A Tale Of No Name Volume 1 (Storm Riders Novels). 16 January 1961) is a Hong Kong wuxia (Chinese swordplay) manhua (Chinese comic book) artist, writer and publisher

Storm Riders Novel: A Tale Of No Name Volume 1 (Storm Riders Novels). 1588993752 (ISBN13: 9781588993755). Ma shatters and reshapes landscapes and human faces for dramatic effect and uses nature as raw material for visual experimentation

Storm Riders Novel: A Tale Of No Name Volume 1 (Storm Riders Novels). Ma shatters and reshapes landscapes and human faces for dramatic effect and uses nature as raw material for visual experimentation. In one scene, wind-tattered waves from a flooding river are frozen in space, as motionless and solid as the human body tumbling toward them and as luminous as the magic sword hanging in the air. Ma's universe is strange, wonderful and fantastic.

By Wing Shing Ma. Storm Riders: A Tale of No Name is the anxiously awaited first novel spotlighting Nameless. Here we come to know a very different more brash figure - a change from the humble soft-spoken powerhouse we have grown to love. Learn of young Nameless' upbringing as a youth and how he came to become the venerable character now in the forefront of Storm Riders: Invading Sun! Softcover, 5-in. Storm Riders Tale of No Name SC (2004 Novel)

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Storm in the Wilderness. Synopsis: Heaven Concealing Great Sage Xie Chuan was plotted against by his enemy. Trapped within the God Burial Valley, he found a supreme martial technique hidden in a tomb called Demon Refining Heaven Swallowing technique. Millions of years after the betrayal, reincarnated in a direct disciple’s body belonging to a small sect named Cloud Mist Sect, Xie Chuan finally broke out and escaped from God Burial Valley. In my previous life, I had only concealed the heaven with my hands.

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Storm Riders Novel : A Tale of No Name. The final novel spotlighting Nameless tells of the death of his wife and lays the groundwork for the famous man's alliances and grievances for decades to come.

Storm Riders Novel : A Tale of No Name. Format Paperback 220 pages. Dimensions 127 x 17. x 1. mm 15. 6g. Publication date 01 May 2005. Publication City/Country Fremont, United States.

Storm Riders summary: From Just Manga Storm Riders takes us on a journey through an amazing world in ancient China where, aside from the hegemony of the Royal Government, an individual and separate society exists: The World Fighting Association

Storm Riders summary: From Just Manga Storm Riders takes us on a journey through an amazing world in ancient China where, aside from the hegemony of the Royal Government, an individual and separate society exists: The World Fighting Association. Conquer, a powerful Kung Fu master, aspires to gain control of the Association and assembles the mightiest force of fighters known to humanity. Forgetting the evil deeds he’s committed in his lifetime; he takes on Wind and Cloud, two very talented and young martial artists, as his disciples.

Storm Riders: A Tale of No Name is the anxiously awaited first novel spotlighting Nameless. Here we come to know a very different, more brash figure - a change from the humble soft-spoken powerhouse we have grown to love. Learn of young Nameless' upbringing as a youth and how he came to become the venerable character now in the forefront of Storm Riders: Invading Sun!
  • Invading Sun Part 4 is actually Storm Riders Volume 16, in Hong Kong's number one Fung Wan comic series Storm Riders. Please be warned, due to a glitch, Amazon is posting this review for numerous volumes not just volume 4, as it was intended.

    For those who are not familiar with this series, it is a kung fu series featuring two foster brothers, the violent Bou King Wan (Cloud), and the Kindly Nip Fung (Wind) and follows them as them as they confront the man who raised them but who also murdered their parents.

    Unfortunately, the company that printed the English translations of Storm Riders went bankrupt a few years ago and the series was never fully printed. So I perhaps will never know what happens in the rest of the series.

    Warning, spoilers:

    Number 04 see Cloud confronted by monks who believe that he is trying to steal the Ultimate Sword. They attempt to force Cloud to submit and join their monastery in meditation for the crime.

    Meanwhile Jien-Chen's love for Chou Chou,makes him jealous of Cloud who has won her heart. For Chou Chou, Jien-Chen agrees to challenge Cloud with the logic that if he can defeat cloud, Cloud will then not challenge his master Nameless where he will surely die. He does this to help Chou Chou. Unfortunately Jien-Chen plan is a wash and he loses badly. Depressed and in his weakened state he is found by Sunder an enemy of his master Nameless and is brutally treated.

    Nameless and Cloud duel and Nameless shows mercy because Cloud is already injured from Jien-Chen's earlier attack, they agree to duel again later.

    Cloud is betrayed by monks at the temple. When he escapes, he is framed for the murder of the entire temple by Sunder. The kindly monk Master Bushi hears of this and confronts Cloud. They fight, but Master Bushi soon learns that the real villain is Sunder and Sunder and Bushi fight. Bushi is killed by Sunder and even Wind and Flame Kylin cannot save him.

    Jien-Chen frames Cloud for the murder of Conquer and his daughter, and rapes Chou Chou after being drugged and corrupted. This act is unexpected and quite hideous as Jien-Chen is an honorable and likeable person.

    In the ending Chou Chou commits suicide. (or tries too), and Sunder attacks Whale King in an attempt to kill more of nameless' allies.

    Wind has a few cameos, two of the most noteable being showing up to help at the last minute in the battle with sunder, and also refusing to kill Conquer and his daughter even though conquer killed his family.

    This wasn't my favorite Storm Riders graphic Novel. There were too many other characters featured, and I felt Wind did not get enough 'screen time.' The rape of Chou Chou was strange and not in keeping with Jien-Chen's character. I believe he is drugged but the writing isn't entirely clear.

    Sunder is an odd villain and his motivation for hating Nameless seems to be a bit silly. Master Bushi's death was a shocker, but Jien-Chen's corruption even stranger. It's hard to believe that just one defeat by Cloud would send him to the dark side.

    Overall, you need to read this one to understand the Fung Wan epic, but I can't say this was my favorite. I prefer stories where Wind and cloud are prominently featured and are portrayed heroically.

    Because of the rape and violence, I believe this book should have a mature content rating. Parents take warning.

  • For those of you who don't know by now, Storm Riders is an epic English-translated Chinese comic drawn by artist Wing Shing Ma. Wind Shing Ma's artistic style is very detailed and less exaggerated than most Japanese manga. Storm riders follow the story of stepbrothers Wind, Cloud, and Frost and their battles with their evil foster father Conquer. (Although it is not altogether necessary, its advisable to read issues 1-9 to fully appreciate 10).
    In this issue, Lord Conquer's disciples Wind and Cloud are separated. Wind, suffering a devastating injury (see last issue) inflicted by evil lord Conquer, must cope with with the agony of his wound and a confrontation with an assassin band spearheaded by Immortal Taste (no, I did not make that one up, it really is his name!) Similarly, Cloud, must adjust to the use of his new arm (also last issue), and repay his debt to Red Yu.
    This book deals with both heroes' loss they come to grips with their physical disabilities. This was a powerful issue, with some great character development for Wind and Cloud. In particular, Wind's devastating injuries and his nobility in the face of certain death were really gripping. Cloud breaks free of his mega jerk bad boy attitude to do a good deed, which had me gawking at the pages in amazement. (I'm not a huge fan of Cloud when he's in a self-pitying snit, which is most of the time, LOL). The scene between the two assassins "Harmony between husband and wife" was moving. (You'll know what I mean when you get to that part).
    Another great issue of Storm Riders! (As usual), because of the violence (lots of death and mayhem), I recommend this for mature readers only.

  • Storm Riders 4 is the ongoing adventures of Wind and Cloud, and their relationship to their villainous stepfather Lord Conquer.
    In this latest issue, Wind is featured more, (which is great for me, since I am a big fan of Wind!), and we learn several secrets about the noble swordsman's past.
    Driven to excel at martial arts due to his loyalty for Conquer who he views as a father, Wind is nevertheless lonely within the Fighter's association. In this issue, we learn that Wind has secretly been corresponding with a penpal, (a beautiful woman who once saved his life). In these letters, Wind pours out his love for her, and in this issue, they agree to meet.
    Unfortunately, Trouble, as usual, follows Wind and Cloud. Separated because of an argument, Wind and Cloud, are ambushed separately on the way back from Conquer's keep with disastrous consequences.
    For fans of Wind, this is a great issue. You learn much more about the gentle swordsman and the inner turmoil he suffers.
    For those of you who haven't read Stormriders: This is an epic tale of good and evil set in a 'alternative fantasy version' of Imperial China, and follows the Adventures of Wind and Cloud, and the rest of the adopted children of Lord Conquer.
    A warning: This book is violent, and contains depictions of death, mayhem, and killing, and of course lots and lots of fighting! If you are squeamish, you might not like this book.
    For everyone else: I highly recommend this for those who like Kung Fu drama or a graphic novel of epic proportions, with many characters and a romantic subplot. Overall, an excellent, thrilling read sure to delight readers.