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Title(s): The Ravages of Time
三国志群雄伝火鳳燎原
火鳳燎原
หงสาจอมราชันย์
Hỏa Phụng Liêu Nguyên
Huo Feng Liao Yuan
Kahou Ryougen
Sangokushi Gunyuuden Kahou Ryougen
Sanguozhi Qunxiongzhuan: Huo Feng Liao Yuan
Author(s): Chen Mou
Artist(s): Chen Mou
Genres: Action, Drama, Historical, Martial arts, Psychological, Seinen
Start Date: 2001
Status: Ongoing
Summary:
Nearly 2000 years ago, the prosperous Han dynasty of China collapsed. Heroes rose and fell, and three nations emerged--Wei, Shu, and Wu. Historians refer to this period as the Three Kingdoms period. The romance of the three kingdoms is an intriguing tale of heroic deeds, of alliance forged and broken, of loyalty and betrayal...

Hong Kong artist Chan Mou retells this classic tale in "The Ravages of Time" from the perspective of the Sima clan, which in the end united the three kingdoms. Readers will be attracted by an array of well-developed characters and Chan Mou's own unique top-notch art-style. Whether you have played Dynasty Warriors or not, this is definitely worth a read!
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