American Dragon is a coming of age comedy-action series about Jake Long, a 13-year-old Asian-American boy who strives to find balance in his life as a skateboard-grinding, New York 'tween while learning to master his mystical powers (in his secret identity) as the American Dragon, the protector and guardian of all magical creatures secretly living amidst the human world.
When Jake faces a villain named Fury, who tries to find her sisters and rule the world once again, Trixie goes undercover as a cheerleader to get information from a tight-knit squad of cheerleaders who get possessed by Fury now and again.
Jake decides to use a potion to locate Rose but when the contents end up in cupcakes baked for the school carnival, and everyone is turned into Krylock monsters, trouble ensues.
Jake and Spud stumble upon Rose while undercover at a secret Huntsclan Training School.
When Jake is overwhelmed by his hectic schedule, he begins using his dragon powers to create doppelganger copies of himself to help ease the load-with, but also creates his dark side who has plans of his own.
Jake's life is thrown into chaos when Grandpa starts dating his principal. Meanwhile, Jake learns a ferocious beast is preying on magical creatures.
Jake becomes obsessed with his appearance when he is hit by a vicious case of dragon acne. At the same time, he must work with Rose for the first time when she reveals the Huntsman's ultimate evil plan.
When Haley begins her dragon training, the sibling rivalry between Jake and Haley begins to erupt.
Jake time-travels back to the year 1986 to tell a teenage Dad the truth about magical creatures. But when Dad freaks and breaks up with Mom, it's up to Jake to get his parents back together.
Jake uses his ability to enter people's dreams to both comical and nightmarish results.
Spud gets a perfect score on a government issued standardized exam at school and is recruited to a special top-secret school called "The Genius Institute". He soon discovers that there's more to the school than meets the eye.
Jake gets sucked into the bling-bling lifestyle when he starts working for a semi-shady leprechaun clan.
When the Longs attend a Florida family reunion, Jake must deal with his annoying cousin Greggy and an aquatic villain bent on flooding half the continent.
Jake accidentally turns Haley on to the life of rebel wild child, with the help of a twisted magical children's show host who's much more sinister than he seems.
Jake's bid for student body president takes an unexpected turn when he uses a magical helmet to read the minds of his constituents.
Jake accidentally gets Rotwood fired, and ends up with a Principal who's even worse, meanwhile Spud tries to "woo" Stacey with onions.
Jake, feeling humiliated by his family's Christmas traditions, turns his back on them. But when he rescues a baby Sasquatch who was accidentally separated from his family, he learns the true meaning of Christmas.
An enchanted mirror switches the bodies of Jake and Haley for a day.
When Cupid goes on vacation, he leaves his magical bow and love arrows in Grandpa's care. Jake can't resist borrowing Cupid's equipment and using it to play matchmaker on his school's "Love Cruise".
While volunteering to mind Grandpa's shop on Chinese new year, Jake accidentally curses it with bad luck and must face the consequences.
Jake tries to use his nomination as Homecoming Prince to win back Rose.
When Jake's youth is stolen by a magical creature, he makes the most of life as a 21-year-old... until he realizes that being a grown-up isn't all fun and games.
Jake is "won" at a school bachelor auction by two girls-one pretty, one plain. He gravitates toward the pretty one, despite Trixie, Spud, Fu and Grandpa's fears that she is the siren bent on his destruction.
Spud is bitten by a magical frog, and begins to develop cool "froggy" powers. He enjoys all the perks of being part magical-that is, until #88 and #89 come 'a magical frog huntin'.
Jake's loyalty to Fu Dog comes into question when he's assigned a new animal guardian-a totally cool hip-hop helper monkey. But can Jake's perfect new pet ever take the place of Fu Dog?
Jake's venting to an online journal unintentionally turns Rotwood into the magical world's public enemy #1.
Jake, Spud, and Trixie become camp counselors. Jake must face his school nemesis Brad, as well as clan of ghosts, bent on revenge.
Dad drags Jake to the office for Take Your Child to Work Day. Jake begins the day convinced that Dad's a wimp, but witnesses his father's inner (and outer) strength against a pack of marauding vampires.
Frustrated by life's unexpected twists and turns, Jake uses a magical device which gives him the cheat codes to a perfect life. Of course, comical disastrous results ensue.
When Stacey and Nigel become an item, a jealous Spud decides to do anything to win her affection... including striking an unholy deal with Fury, the sinister gorgon.
With middle school graduation looming, a stressed Jake decides to give up his dragon powers and let Haley become the new American Dragon. But when an old foe returns, is Haley up to the task?
Jake and the entire family head to Hong Kong for summer vacation, but must face off against the dreaded Dark Dragon when Grandpa is kidnapped.