Long ago in the valley, the hero Ser George fought the dragon for the hand of the princess, but the dragon wasn't dead, and returned a year later to take his revenge upon the new king, his queen and their newborn child. Fifteen years have passed, and a young shepherd dreams of a bigger life than living in a burned out shack with his uncle Roger, their little flock of sheep and his goat, Bill. Young George shares his name with the famous Dragon Slayer, but little else. Young George sees dragons in his dreams, and finds evidence of their existence everywhere, but the people of his village are tired of his false alarms. Stop trying to impress people and just be yourself, Roger tells him, but George won't listen. Then George starts to change. A lot. You're becoming a man, Roger tells him, but the boy isn't so sure. He's delighted, however, to find that his new abilities make him more popular and respected in town. Finally, George is becoming the hero he always knew he was inside, though ...
New Machine Studios Inc.
A boy learns the hard way that what matters most is the person you are on the inside.