All great stories have their basis in fact, but legend soon replaced much of the truth, and this story is no different. The 25th great grandson of Marco Polo, is on a quest to find his parents who were kidnapped when he was a baby. His travels bring him back to the kingdom of Xanadu, where he makes friends with a dinosaur named Delicate and a seagull named Reginald. The trio are pitted against villain named Foo Ling, who wants to get his hands on a magic medallion that hangs around Marco’s neck, a gift to Marco’s ancestor from the great Kubla Khan.
The medallion allows Marco and his friends to travel through space and time, where they will have repeated conflicts with Foo-Ling who’s just nasty enough to create trouble wherever he goes and just silly enough to make stupid mistakes that are his own undoing. Along his journey, Marco will make new allies including a mysterious female warrior named Meliya, and a great wizard named Zhadi. Foo-Ling will menace society, no matter where or when in history he may decide to appear, but Marco and his friends will always set things right before moving on to another place and time, and Marco will continue to grow in strength, cunning, and self-confidence. Produced in 3D computer animation, and presented both in 3D and 2D formats, this feature and TV series follow-up with have truly international appeal.