80 pages, 9.05 × 6.01 × 0.25 in
July 23, 2013
Dark Horse Comics
The following ISBNs are associated with this title:
ISBN - 10: 1616551909
ISBN - 13: 9781616551902
From the Publisher
In search of their long-lost mother, Fire Lord Zuko and his deadly and insane sister Azula have brought Avatar Aang and his friends into a mysterious forest, but what they discover within may be more than they can face. Will they too be lost in these woods forever?
* Perfect companion to Legend of Korra!
* The official continuation of Airbender from its creators.
"A fantastic glimpse into the post-series universe... " —Bleeding Cool
About the Author
Gene Luen Yang was born on August 9, 1973.in California. He is a Chinese American writer of graphic novels and comics. He was the Director of Information Services and taught computer science at Bishop O'Dowd High School in Oakland, California and travels all over the world, speaking about graphic novels and comics at comic book conventions and universities, schools, and libraries. Yang attended the University of California, Berkeley for his undergraduate program where he majored in computer science and minored in creative writing. After graduating in 1995, Yang went to work as a computer engineer for two years. However, after a silent retreat, he realized he was meant to teach and left his job as an engineer to teach computer science at a high school. In 1996, Yang began self-publishing his own comics under Humble Comics. Yang went on to be published with First Second Books an imprint of Macmillan Publishers. In 1997, Yang first published comic Gordon Yamamoto and the King of the Geeks under his own imprint, Humble Comics, and it won him the Xeric Grant, a self-publishing grant for comic book creators. Yang later published two more installments in the Gordon Yamamoto mini-series and a sequel, Loyola Chin and the San Peligran Order. In 2006, Yang published American Born Chinese and won the annual Michael L. Printz Award from the American Library Association recognizing the year's "best book written for teens. Yang's other works have been recognized as well. In 2009, he won the