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  • Angel: after the Fall 2

    Jun 26, 2014

    nyorlando  from Orlando, FL, Rating:2.0

    Disappointed, really enjoyed the show but the graphic novel not up to par. Sorry that I got the rest of the books, will look them over but do not intend to keep them maybe donate them to a library.

    • Would you recommend this to a friend? No
  • Jun 25, 2014

    dan034  from southern Oregon, Rating:4.0

    This was perfect for me. I am not a collector of any sort. I just wanted to look at how Marvel drawing styles changed over decades. This book contained samples from as far back as the 70's, through to near present. I also wanted to see Beast and other X-men figures w/ Spidey, which this had.

    • Would you recommend this to a friend? Yes
  • May 8, 2014

    marilynf2003  from Louisiana, Rating:3.0

    My mother made soap, thought I would try, but ingredients can be difficult to locate. I think anyone should only try this if have an outside cooking and work shop. Never try this if like me, you only have regular kitchen in your regular living space.

    • Would you recommend this to a friend? No
  • Feb 22, 2014

    matambro  from Gloucester County, NJ, Rating:5.0

    If you're expecting illustration similar to Jeff Smith's, you'll be disappointed. Charles Vess illustrates this installation, and compared to Smith's style, this is a bit more... all over the place. It's definitely not as clear as Smith's style, and there are plenty of panels where there's no background, just characters on a sheet color. If I had to liken it to something, I'd say it's similar to that Lancelot/King Arthur comic you might see in the comics section of the Sunday paper (it was in the Philadelphia Inquirer for years). I can't remember the name, but if you've seen it, you'll know what I mean. While it's definitely good art, I'm not a huge fan of it since it takes me out of the Bone universe a little bit, but you get used to it. 10/10 would review again.

    • Would you recommend this to a friend? Yes
  • Feb 22, 2014

    matambro  from Gloucester County, NJ, Rating:5.0

    It's in full color, which surprised me. As for the content... well, it's Jeff Smith at his best once again, but also featuring the writing chops of Tom Sniegowski. The monkey is kind of annoying, but it's all good. Big Johnson Bone is awesome! Plus, you get to learn the origin of the mythical Jekk, which comes in the night and drags the rat creatures away by the tails!

    • Would you recommend this to a friend? Yes

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