Richard Dragon Kung Fu Fighter Coming of the Dragon

In these action-packed 1970s tales, American martial artist Richard Dragon crisscrosses the globe for the cause of justice.

Richard Dragon  Kung Fu Fighter  Coming of the Dragon

In these action-packed 1970s tales, American martial artist Richard Dragon crisscrosses the globe for the cause of justice. Along the way, he runs across slavery rings, a madman who has possession of an atomic bomb, the monstrous Preying Mantis, the mysterious Dr. Moon, and much more. Collects Richard Dragon, Kung-Fu Fighter #1-18, The Brave and the Bold #132, and DC Comics Presents #39.

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