The art of American Dragon has been in a state of continuous development
since the very beginning.
However, the unusually long scheduling gap
between the final episode of the first season
and the beginning of the second season
has forced the Disney Channel to repeatedly re-air the same few episodes (from the end of Season One)
over and over for nearly a year now.
Long time viewers who have become accustomed to the "look"
of that small handful of episodes from the end of last season
may be surprised to finally see new changes going into the second season.
But once you get used to seeing new episodes again,
I think you'll find the stories in
the new season every bit as exciting as when you fell in love with the show in the first place.
And you'll agree that the
that the ongoing evolution of Jake's character and artwork
remains true to the philosophy of the show...That Dragons change over time.
This is one of the things that makes American Dragon unique,
and extremely different from traditional animated shows,
where nothing ever changes,
and villains are never really defeated,
and the artwork tends
to be very static from first episode to last.
On American Dragon,
you will see Jake (and even Haley) continue to grow and develop.
Jake learns from his mistakes,
and gains additional powers.
New characters will appear and develop.
Stories will reach surprising conclusions, and new ones begin.
Secrets will be revealed.
And unlike typical cartoons where the bad guy always seems to get away in the end...
Evil will be defeated.
But perhaps I've said too much.
Cool things to look for: Catch a glimpse of the
secret Magical Map of New York City during some of the