I feel like the infobox should have a "species" row.
What's on your mind?
Do the Huntsclan think all magical creatures evil since they ruled the Earth before humans and wanna do it again as Councilor Chang and the Dark Dragon atleast want and why won't they rather also prove their existence to humanity for money as Hans Rotwood and what would the Huntsclan done after if they had managed to get rid of all magical beings?
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What if Jake Long fought Dracula? That would be a nice fight.
It always occurred to me that Jake and Haley’s grandmother never appeared or was mentioned in the show. Who was she? Was she a dragon, human, or some other magical creature? What happened to her?
Shows get revived a lot, so I know American Dragon: Jake Long can be revived as well. It has happened before. Examples would include Samurai Jack, it ran for 4 seasons then ended in a cliffhanger in 2004; then years later in 2017 the series was revived for a 5th and final season that while darker, served as the final season where Jack finally returned to the past.
Saved by the Bell the series ended with Wedding in Las Vegas 1994, then after a sequel series was given a full revival in 2020.
ICarly ended in 2012 but was revived in 2020.
Masters of the Universe, the series ended in 1985, but got a sequel/continuation in 2021 called Masters of the Universe: Revelation.
So if they got a revival continuation, then how about American Dragon: Jake Long.
Does anyone have a link to the pitch Bible of American Dragon. I've been desperately trying to find it on the internet, but I'm getting nowhere. Can someone help?
Seeing a 80-smoething long feature movie with Jake, his maternal family and best friends fighting some other magical threat.
It could have been taking place between the season 1 finale "The Hunted" and the season 2 premiere "Half-Baked", like some time before Rose had left to stay at the Huntsclan Academy, with her as the newest ally as she has romantic feelings for Jake that are just as strong.
Like, just how did Lao Shi's wife finally die? We could have seen in flashbacks and pictures, and what her human and dragon forms had looked like, and how she fell for a younger Lao Shi the Chinese Dragon during the 1980s or something.
Besides, I really hated that they changed the Huntsclan color from dark green to maroon, and making Rose/Huntsgirl much more slim and thinner than she is supposed to be!
Or even a second feature movie set after the finale, in the rightful original animated design, in which Jake helps Rose in finding what happened to her twin sister; their parents (learning their first and last names) finding out that Rose was destined to become a natural dragon-slayer.
And even Jonathon's help at times, now that has accepted his dragon wife's magical family secret.
And us seeing other places in the hidden mystical realm in addition to Drago Island.
I'd have her named Daisy or Lily. So, just what became of her once all of history was rewritten by Jake's wish?
The new Rose seemed to have no knowledge that even had a sister; and an identical twin at that.
She could not have been erased from existence! She and Rose were still born on the same day or night, with her dragon-shaped birthmark being the only way to tell them apart.
And what would Jake have thought of her anyway?
I liked your precision fixing the date on the episode list.
If ADJL got a live action film I would go for:
Booboo Stewart as Jake Long (he is not only Chinese descent but also Japanese, Korean, and trained in Martial Arts).
Taylor Momsen as Rose (she looks like she is right for the role) or Sydney Sweeney (she is trains in MMA).
Tinashe as Trixie Carter
Zachary Gibson as Spud (Somehow I can just see him in the role).
For Lao Shi Sammo Hung or Tzi Ma.
After all these years, American Dragon: Jake Long is finally on Disney+. Today we rise!
I would like to see the show revived, it would have Jake, Rose, Trixie, Spud, Lao Shi and the other characters even Jake's cousin Gregory, Huntsboys 88 and 89 fighting evil, both old and new. Even a live-action series where Jake is grown and married to Rose and they fight evil.
It worked for Samurai Jack.
In Rotwood Files it is revealed that a person dragon form is their true form and that they shift into human form so Susan may actually have dormant dragon powers?What do you guys think?
Dragons are beings that shift into humans. Dragon is their true form
According to Rose's twin's page. The twin's gender is a girl and her name's Alexa. Can anyone confirm if this is true. While the gender is a possibility, I'm not sure about the name.
When jake finds out roses identity they show their moments from Epi1,2,5,10 and another moment which not to be found can anyone verify this
Some Examples:Evil Jake was Doing Bad Things and He Did Tricks On Others
Other Example In The Episode:After The Episode He Got Deleted By Jake
Anyone who has watched this show has probably asked this question. How exactly are Dragons chosen to become the official protectors of their country of origin? Let's start with what we do know; firstly these Dragons are chosen by the dragon council, two the title can be passed through family as shown in "Being Human" and finally a deciding factor are the parents of the Dragon in "Bite Father, Bite Son." So the answer is, it's the family or bloodline. At first I thought it was because the chosen dragons themselves were special but if that was true then why does the title passes thought family, why doesn't it just go to another dragon from another family. It's because it particular Dragon that's special it's the family itself.
Lao Shi said that Jake was chosen because of his parents. His powers comes from his mother but his father also added something, likely good human qualities. Then you have to take into account his grandfather who was a world dragon himself and had fought the dark Dragon and survived. All in all it's the family bloodline. The council took all those things together and concluded that this family line is strong and would produce strong dragons and plus America didn't have an official Dragon before Jake thus chose all the more reasons. They chose Jake on the assumption that due to his family line he would adopt all those qualities and would be excellent for the job and they were right.
What do you guys think about my theory? Any plotholes?