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review 2015-07-21 17:54
Monster Elementary
Monster Elementary Volume 1 - Nicholas Doan

3 Stars, borrow it



Self Purchase, Comixology

 

Decided to read this now because I saw the kickstarter for volume 2 and if I like this I want to be part of volume 2 kickstarter.

 

A collection of stories of little monsters in an elementary school that gets raided by the FBI and all of the monsters have to go to human public school.  At first I really liked it and decided to donate to the second kickstarter. But by the middle of the book I was starting to get bored. This is not a young kids book that adults would like. I’m sort of regretting donating to volume 2 but maybe I’ll like that one better.

 

Description (Comixology): When the FBI closes Desmodus, Lukos, Francesca, Rags and Gilda's monsters-only school, they are forced by their parents to attend a public school to continue their education. Now, they must try to fool their classmates and faculty all while navigating the horrors of growing up!

 

Monster Elementary is a 92 page graphic novel for all ages written by Nicholas Doan with art by Caanan Grall, Lee-Roy Lahey, Cal Moray, Josh Gowdy, Christopher Tupa, Patty Variboa, Daniele Serra and Bobby Timony.

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review 2015-02-26 21:53
Bone Vol 7 Ghost Circles
Bone, Vol. 7: Ghost Circles - Jeff Smith



5 Stars, Buy it

 

Just as good as the others. it’s amazing how consistent the writing and the art are.  Thorn is amazing and of course Fone bone is completely loveable. I do miss the Dragon who hasn’t been in this volume much.   I really can’t come up with much else to say other than what I’ve said in the previous reviews. If you haven’t read the series of graphic novels, you have no idea what you are missing.



Summary from Publisher: A long dormant volcano explodes, freeing the ancient evil known only as the Locust, and filling the land with soot and ash. Alone and frightened, the Bone cousins, Thorn and feisty old Gran'ma Ben must fight the elements and the rat creatures as they struggle to reach the glorious city of Atheia. A pivotal and surprising new novel in the adventures of the Bone cousins caught between their desire to get home and a sense of duty to their newfound friends.

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review 2015-02-03 20:55
Bone Volume 6 Old Man's Cave
Bone, Vol. 6: Old Man's Cave - Jeff Smith

5 Stars, buy it.

 

Self Purchase, comixology, reread review.

 

Just as amazing and memorable as the previous volumes. I won’t go into details on the story line but by the end of the volume, everyone seems to be back together. This series is great for all ages.It’s full of fun, fantasy, adventure and humor. Highly recommend if you like young adult fantasy graphic novels.

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