Manifest Destiny, Vol. 1
Pages no: 128
Edition language: English
quite surreal different story of the exploration of the interior of the US.
The problem with graphic novels is that once you've read Saga, everything else seems... lesser. These other books have shallow female characters, their plots are thin, and lead characters are morose, overdramatic, and don't sound tough as much as so full of gravitas that humanity drags about their ...
Plant zombies! Sacagawea kicking major evil tuckus! Lewis and Clark as a couple of bros on a paranormal mission with murderers and scaredy-cat soldiers. I'll read the next one for sure.
Once it got started, it was intriguing - Lewis and Clark fighting monsters? Right up my alley. But between the fact that it was slow to start, the diary entries made it a bit slower and it just wasn't intriguing enough or the pace fast enough for me to put too much effort into finding the second...
I have not really been exposed to comics or graphic novels. But I thought I'd take a chance and read this. I got it from Netgalley and it was a arc. Published by Diamond Book Distributors. It comes out today May 27th, 2014. It was only 128 pages or so. It was a quick read. The only annoying thing fo...
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