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The Knite comic is a web and published comic written and illustrated by Wenqing Yan.[1] It is focused on the plight of China's starless skies, and how a group of children, Sen especially, work to bring some semblance of those tiny pinpricks of light back.[1][2][3]

ChaptersEdit

The comic is to be eight to ten chapters in length when complete. Currently there are five chapters and four bonus chapters.[4]

Chapter OneEdit

  • Released: January 20, 2010[1]
  • Format: online, in-print

Chapter TwoEdit

  • Released: June 12, 2010[2]
  • Format: online, in-print

Chapter ThreeEdit

  • Released: January 15, 2011[3]
  • Format: online, in-print

Chapter FourEdit

  • Released: April 5, 2012[5]
  • Format: online, in-print

Chapter FiveEdit

  • Released: may 10, 2013
  • Format: online, in-print

Bonus chaptersEdit

Chapter One BonusEdit

  • Released: February 7, 2010[6]
  • Format: online, in-print

Chapter Two BonusEdit

  • Released: June 29, 2010[7]
  • Format: online, in-print

Chapter Three BonusEdit

  • Released: April 8, 2011[8]
  • Format: online, in-print

Chapter Four BonusEdit

  • Released: May 17, 2012[9]
  • Format: online, in-print

Other worksEdit

Yan has created numerous collections of pins, posters, and various pieces of art for the comic series. Most are manufactured and distributed by 4th Dimension Entertainment.[4]

TitleEdit

The title for Knite is a combination of the English words "Knight" and "Kite", and the Simplified Chinese character for wind "风".[1]

DedicationEdit

At the beginning of the Knite comic, in the first chapter, there is a slide that says, "I dedicate this story to the land of my birth, China."[1]

FormatEdit

The Knite comic originated as a flash comic first released on the art website deviantART on January 20, 2010. Eventually, the comic was picked up by 4th Dimension Entertainment, which announced the deal on Feburary 25, 2011 on their deviantART blog. Knite would still be published via internet, but 4DE would release the comic in bound book format as well as on devices like the Amazon Kindle 2, Apple iPad, and Barnes & Noble Nook.[10] A preliminary release date for the first book has been estimated "early-mid 2013" by Yan, via her profile on the art social network deviantART.[11]

LanguagesEdit

Through the efforts of dedicated volunteers and fans, Knite is also being made available in 26 languages beside English.[12]

ReferencesEdit

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 Knite: Chapter 1 by 'yuumei on deviantART
  2. 2.0 2.1 Knite: Chapter 2 by 'yuumei on deviantART
  3. 3.0 3.1 Knite: Chapter 3 by 'yuumei on deviantART
  4. 4.0 4.1 Knite by yuumei on deviantART (gallery)
  5. Knite: Chapter 4 by 'yuumei on deviantART
  6. Knite: Chapter 1 Bonus by 'yuumei on deviantART
  7. Knite: Chapter 2 Bonus by 'yuumei on deviantART
  8. Knite: Chapter 3 Bonus by 'yuumei on deviantART
  9. Knite: Chapter 4 Bonus by 'yuumei on deviantART
  10. Knites into dreams (sorry, I couldn't help myself) by *Team4DE on deviantART
  11. Current and Future Projects by 'yuumei on deviantART
  12. Knites's deviantART Gallery


Main Knite Characters
Sen ZhengLee Jin-KaiYu Zhen
Other Knite Characters
FeiLingMinZhou YueSen's fatherSen's mother

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