The Tiger and The Dragon

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Title: The Tiger and The Dragon
Publisher: Criterion Press
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Date(s): 1996-1998
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Medium: print
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Fandom: Kung Fu: The Legend Continues
Language: English
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The Tiger and The Dragon is a gen Kung Fu: The Legend Continues anthology that ran three issues. They all have covers by Heather Bruton.

Issue 1

cover of issue #1, Heather Bruton

The Tiger and The Dragon 1 was published in May 1996 and contains 225 pages.

Issue 2

cover of issue #2, Heather Bruton

The Tiger and The Dragon 2 was published in May 1997 and contains 264 pages.

Issue 3

cover of issue #3, Heather Bruton

The Tiger and The Dragon 3 was published in November 1998 and is 254 pages long.

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