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After two years on the run, best friends Rose and Lissa are caught and returned to St. Vladimir’s Academy, a private high school for vampires and half-bloods. It’s filled with intrigue, danger—and even romance. Enter their dark, fascinating world through a new series of 144-page full-color graphic novels. The entire first Vampire Academy novel has been adapted for book one After two years on the run, best friends Rose and Lissa are caught and returned to St. Vladimir’s Academy, a private high school for vampires and half-bloods. It’s filled with intrigue, danger—and even romance. Enter their dark, fascinating world through a new series of 144-page full-color graphic novels. The entire first Vampire Academy novel has been adapted for book one by Leigh Dragoon and overseen by Richelle Mead, while the beautiful art of acclaimed British illustrator Emma Vieceli brings the story to life.


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After two years on the run, best friends Rose and Lissa are caught and returned to St. Vladimir’s Academy, a private high school for vampires and half-bloods. It’s filled with intrigue, danger—and even romance. Enter their dark, fascinating world through a new series of 144-page full-color graphic novels. The entire first Vampire Academy novel has been adapted for book one After two years on the run, best friends Rose and Lissa are caught and returned to St. Vladimir’s Academy, a private high school for vampires and half-bloods. It’s filled with intrigue, danger—and even romance. Enter their dark, fascinating world through a new series of 144-page full-color graphic novels. The entire first Vampire Academy novel has been adapted for book one by Leigh Dragoon and overseen by Richelle Mead, while the beautiful art of acclaimed British illustrator Emma Vieceli brings the story to life.

30 review for Vampire Academy: The Graphic Novel

  1. 4 out of 5

    Kortni

    Edward who??

  2. 5 out of 5

    Nina ♥

    *** Take a look at the first 6 pages of the VA graphic novel here : http://www.scribd.com/doc/53279419/Va...

  3. 4 out of 5

    Anna

    When I first heard there was a graphic novel for Vampire Academy, I was ecstatic. I love the books and was excited to see the characters and scenes layed out for my visual enjoyment. Then I saw the cover. As an avid manga reader, I'm very picky about art. Disliking it will either kill the story or any chance of me even picking it up. I almost didn't pick up the Vampire Academy graphic novel. Rose is nothing like I imagined her and Lissa... WHAT DID THEY DO TO YOUR FACE??? I don't really know what When I first heard there was a graphic novel for Vampire Academy, I was ecstatic. I love the books and was excited to see the characters and scenes layed out for my visual enjoyment. Then I saw the cover. As an avid manga reader, I'm very picky about art. Disliking it will either kill the story or any chance of me even picking it up. I almost didn't pick up the Vampire Academy graphic novel. Rose is nothing like I imagined her and Lissa... WHAT DID THEY DO TO YOUR FACE??? I don't really know what she's doing with her arm and fingers either but it looks painful. Just tried it. It kind of is. Despite this I still wanted to give it a chance because maybe, just maybe, the rest was better. The rest turned out to be okay. Just okay. Not bad enough to turn away from but nothing above the level of decent. This is crucial for graphic novels because I already know the story so the images are really the only thing keeping my attention, which they failed to do. I found myself progressing from skimming pages to skipping pages to not even bothering to finish. The scenery was just poor, like the artist was too lazy to add any real detail and just wanted to splash on some quick basic color. Some scenes were better than others but for the most part I was left unimpressed. The characters were okay. The poses sometimes seemed awkward but my biggest peeve was that the eyes were often small and unproportional to the rest of the face. This was especially the case with Lissa, who's eyes were practically non-existent. Another thing about Lissa is that she's very plain. She's supposed to be beautiful but is really just kind of homely. Rose may not be what I imagined but she is pretty and a major design improvement compared to Lissa. All the males are very nicely done. There were still a few problems but overall the men were easier on the eyes. Especially Dimitri. It made me wonder if the artist is simply more comfortable drawing men than she is women. Especially because Rose actually kind of looks like a man in some scenes. So I guess the enjoyment of this is purely about taste. I for one have a huge stick up my butt when it comes to art, one that can only be pulled out when it's amazing. The art in the VA graphic novel was more the type that shoved it a little further in. It wasn't awful but it wasn't able to keep me.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Anastasia

    4/5 stars. St. Vladimir’s Academy isn’t just any boarding school—it’s a hidden place where vampires are educated in the ways of magic and half-human teens train to protect them. Rose Hathaway is a Dhampir, a bodyguard for her best friend Lissa, a Moroi Vampire Princess. They’ve been on the run, but now they’re being dragged back to St. Vladimir’s—the very place where they’re most in danger. . . . Rose and Lissa become enmeshed in forbidden romance, the Academy’s ruthless social scene, and uns 4/5 stars. St. Vladimir’s Academy isn’t just any boarding school—it’s a hidden place where vampires are educated in the ways of magic and half-human teens train to protect them. Rose Hathaway is a Dhampir, a bodyguard for her best friend Lissa, a Moroi Vampire Princess. They’ve been on the run, but now they’re being dragged back to St. Vladimir’s—the very place where they’re most in danger. . . . Rose and Lissa become enmeshed in forbidden romance, the Academy’s ruthless social scene, and unspeakable nighttime rituals. But they must be careful lest the Strigoi—the world’s fiercest and most dangerous vampires—make Lissa one of them forever. I really enjoyed the Vampire Academy series and after reading the Bloodlines series, I needed to reread Vampire Academy. But I didn't have enough time on my hands. So my options were either read the graphic novel or watch the movie. And if any of you have watched and read Vampire Academy you know that the movie was very poorly done and didn't really do the book justice. So, I decided to pick up the graphic novel. This graphic novel was very similar to Vampire Academy, at least what I remember of it. It hit all of the major plot points, but didn't really delve into the small twists and turns that really made the book interesting. They did add in all of the sexual tension between Rose and Dimitri though, they definitely didn't leave any of that out. The book was very fast paced. I feel like they rushed through all of the important and crucial parts of the story. I was a little confused with the plot even though I had already read the book. They should have taken more time explaining the world, class system, characters, and bloodlines. It might have even been great if they had added a family tree. This way you could identify who was related to who, especially since most of the royal families are intertwined. The art style gave me a very big anime vibe. It was simple with lots of very bold black outlines. I thought the style really complimented the fighting ad action scenes that were in the story. The art complimented the story and characters perfectly. All in all it was nice revisiting the book that started it all. The graphic novel seemed a little too fast paced and I wish they had delved into certain story lines like the book did, but all in all it was a good book. If you are looking for a quick refresher, this graphic novel was very loyal to the original and is worth the read.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Cheese

    What is the deal with all the graphic novels popping up?? I have nothing against them, I just don't get it. I like having my own visions of the characters, thanks.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Lina

    I am only judging this book on it's art, not on the actually story. I've already read this story in book form and gave it a good rating so don't badger me The art in this graphic novel is not very good, the character designs are poor and the entire thing looks like a bad dojinshi. The only thing of detail was Dimitri's abs and they were better in my mind. Just read the book and use your imagination. Peace out.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Anne

    So, here's what I liked about it: 1. Unlike a lot of books turned graphic novels, this one actually does the entire book in one shot. Hey, at least it's over with, right? 2. The art was decent. And by that, I mean that not every guy in it looked like a chick. Other than those two things, I thought it had all of the same problems you tend to see with these kinds of books. Which means unless you've already read the original novel, the story is going to come across as disjointed, lame, and missing hunk So, here's what I liked about it: 1. Unlike a lot of books turned graphic novels, this one actually does the entire book in one shot. Hey, at least it's over with, right? 2. The art was decent. And by that, I mean that not every guy in it looked like a chick. Other than those two things, I thought it had all of the same problems you tend to see with these kinds of books. Which means unless you've already read the original novel, the story is going to come across as disjointed, lame, and missing hunks of pertinent information. The information you are given comes at you in the form of jerky dialogue and info dumps. I wasn't personally a huge fan of the books, so that may have tainted my feelings for this. But I doubt it... However, if you've read the Vampire Academy series and you find yourself yearning for more from this world...well, have at it.

  8. 5 out of 5

    AleJandra

    2 MEH STARS Tercera versión que leo de esta historia. Primero vi la película, después leí el libro y ahora le di una oportunidad a la novel grafica. No hay mucho que decir, ya que esta adaptación es fiel a la historia original, obviamente un par de cosillas fueron omitidas, pero aun así es bastante fiel. Lo que no me gusto, fue que los gráficos son mediocres, parece que la ilustradora no les puso ganitas a los diseños. Aparte de ser cero originales, el reciclaje constate de viñetas era demasiado 2 MEH STARS Tercera versión que leo de esta historia. Primero vi la película, después leí el libro y ahora le di una oportunidad a la novel grafica. No hay mucho que decir, ya que esta adaptación es fiel a la historia original, obviamente un par de cosillas fueron omitidas, pero aun así es bastante fiel. Lo que no me gusto, fue que los gráficos son mediocres, parece que la ilustradora no les puso ganitas a los diseños. Aparte de ser cero originales, el reciclaje constate de viñetas era demasiado obvio, por eso los personajes tienen la misma expresión todo el tiempo. Al igual que con la Novela Gráfica de Legend, creo que las editoriales solo publican estas adaptaciones para sacarle mas dinero a los fans, no porque realmente nos estén dando algo de calidad.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Melissa

    I’m a huuuuuge fan of the Vampire Academy and yes, I even liked the movie. So I was super excited when I finally decided to read this graphic novel! The story is not as complete as in the actual book (obviously), but it didn’t bother me at all. It was like having a recap of the actual book. I’ve been wanting to reread the 6 books, but you know… rereading 6 books with all the new unread books I have is pretty hard. So this graphic novel was perfect for me! I had my dose of Rose and Dimitri and I’m I’m a huuuuuge fan of the Vampire Academy and yes, I even liked the movie. So I was super excited when I finally decided to read this graphic novel! The story is not as complete as in the actual book (obviously), but it didn’t bother me at all. It was like having a recap of the actual book. I’ve been wanting to reread the 6 books, but you know… rereading 6 books with all the new unread books I have is pretty hard. So this graphic novel was perfect for me! I had my dose of Rose and Dimitri and I’m satisfied :D Oh by the way, the drawings are BEAUTIFUL!!! Like really really beautiful. Dimitri and Rose are so beautiful! I mean, judge for yourself: I cannot wait to read the next one!

  10. 4 out of 5

    Andrea ❤Ninja Bunneh❤

    Is it just me or did Dimitri look like a 40 year old cartoon porn star? Not loved as much as the original books, obviously. I actually was afraid I may have cartoonish dreams. 2.5 to 3 Ninja-Bunneh-Dude-You-Don't-Look-Like-That-In-My-Mind stars Buddy read with Nidah

  11. 4 out of 5

    Natasha (books_n_dreams)

    So this was my very first graphic novel I have ever read, and I have already read Vampire Academy... I have to say in actually shocked on how much I enjoyed it, it follows the story line, it's a lot easier to read then I thought it would be, and I love how quick and easy it was to read while getting to experience the story all over again just in a faster pace. I enjoyed the illustrations, they were a lot better then what I was expecting. I look forward to starting frostbite here as soon as I'm do So this was my very first graphic novel I have ever read, and I have already read Vampire Academy... I have to say in actually shocked on how much I enjoyed it, it follows the story line, it's a lot easier to read then I thought it would be, and I love how quick and easy it was to read while getting to experience the story all over again just in a faster pace. I enjoyed the illustrations, they were a lot better then what I was expecting. I look forward to starting frostbite here as soon as I'm done with this review

  12. 5 out of 5

    Praiz Sophyronja

    Hmm. Let's see. Soooo.... the art was shitty. Every guy looks like a female. Could have done so much with the Rose-Lissa connection, bond thing. I really do hate to see the potential being so wasted. I had higher expectations, because the actual books were good. La da da da, something something... I finished it anyway. (I don't know if it is telling, but I don't feel like writing a whole, proper review.) Just know it was crap. Don't buy this, read the actual book.

  13. 4 out of 5

    April (Aprilius Maximus)

    ROMITRI FOREVER

  14. 4 out of 5

    Yvonne (bookishpanda)

    This is my second Graphic Novel to read! Before that I only read the first 2 "books" of The Walking Dead but absolutely loved them. Vampire Academy is a series very dear to my heart and therefore I just couldn't resist and had to get the Graphic Novel as well! And ... I DON'T REGRET IT! Graphic Novels are such fast reads and because I wanted to be on track with my Goodreads challenge I thought I should finally pick it up! It's a great revision and made me remember the book very good. Ohhh, and I This is my second Graphic Novel to read! Before that I only read the first 2 "books" of The Walking Dead but absolutely loved them. Vampire Academy is a series very dear to my heart and therefore I just couldn't resist and had to get the Graphic Novel as well! And ... I DON'T REGRET IT! Graphic Novels are such fast reads and because I wanted to be on track with my Goodreads challenge I thought I should finally pick it up! It's a great revision and made me remember the book very good. Ohhh, and I absolutely adored the drawings! I didn't like Lissa a lot but Rose and Dimitri look both really, really hot! For real ... shirtless Dimitri? HELL YES. Of course it's not as detailed as the book itself but I still think they did a pretty good job at summarizing everything. It's lovely to look at, very interesting to read and definitely a great addition to my Vampire Academy collection. I'm really looking forward to starting Frostbite. I mean ... ADRIAN IVASHKOV. I NEED THIS!!! <3 I definitely have to buy it soon ... and I think 10€ is pretty cheap! The TWD graphic novels are a lot more expensive. Sadly. *sigh* www.aworldbetweenfoldedpages.blogspot.com

  15. 4 out of 5

    Stacia (the 2010 club)

    Obviously this is a condensed version of the full-length novel. I enjoyed it for what it was, and was digging on most of characters in picture form, especially Rose and Dimitri because I felt like they were drawn very close to the author's description. Lissa, Mason and Mia all fell short by a mile, but who cares when they got Rose and Dimitri right? Even though I had fun breezing through this fast read, I wouldn't recommend it to anyone who hasn't read the book first. Most of the main book points Obviously this is a condensed version of the full-length novel. I enjoyed it for what it was, and was digging on most of characters in picture form, especially Rose and Dimitri because I felt like they were drawn very close to the author's description. Lissa, Mason and Mia all fell short by a mile, but who cares when they got Rose and Dimitri right? Even though I had fun breezing through this fast read, I wouldn't recommend it to anyone who hasn't read the book first. Most of the main book points and favorite lines were included (including one very hot lust charm scene...uh hell yeah!), but I found myself tripping over a few parts where the story transition wasn't very smooth. If I hadn't already known what was going on, I might have become easily confused at how one scene ran into another, often without much to tie them together. I'd give this a big thumbs up for fans of the series who can't get enough. I'll be purchasing the second book when it's available, curious for a glimpse of Adrian. Are you a fan of Richelle Mead? Come join the chat as we get ready for the release of the first VA movie : Blood Sisters! Richelle Mead Fan Group

  16. 4 out of 5

    Rachel (The Rest Is Still Unwritten)

    It’s true I’ve been dying to get my hands on this ever since I heard it was going to be released and I can’t say I was disappointed. With the exception of the movie rights being sold, this is Vampire Academy coming to life; in picture and at its best! I admit I’m not a graphic novel fan, but I couldn’t help but love this! The illustrator has captured the characters perfectly in classical graphic form and you can’t help but love it for what it is. Staying true to the original book, the majority of It’s true I’ve been dying to get my hands on this ever since I heard it was going to be released and I can’t say I was disappointed. With the exception of the movie rights being sold, this is Vampire Academy coming to life; in picture and at its best! I admit I’m not a graphic novel fan, but I couldn’t help but love this! The illustrator has captured the characters perfectly in classical graphic form and you can’t help but love it for what it is. Staying true to the original book, the majority of the major scenes were there, even if some of the wording changed, although I think you have to have read the actual book to really appreciate what it is you’re seeing. Feelings and emotions don’t necessarily come through with a graphic novel so it helps to have some knowledge of what was going on as you read the novel. It’s easy to read; took me no time at all and is a light and carefree read. Just the kind of thing you can relax and enjoy. As a VA fan it’s impossible not to be excited as you read this, knowing you’re seeing the characters you love and adore in colour. Whether you’re a graphic novel fan or not, this is a must have for any serious die-hard VA fans!

  17. 4 out of 5

    ♛ Garima ♛

    Lovely illustrations! But if you haven't already read the novel then I don't think the story would make sense...I have read this entire series twice so for me, enjoyable experience :)

  18. 5 out of 5

    Alice Rachel

    This book was really entertaining and original and I really loved the art.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Sofia Lazaridou

    I love VA.I had to make that clear.I am not sure about my feelings for the Graphic novel though.The cut out half the lipgloss scene :( .If you have read the books you know what I am talking about.The one where Dimka gives to Roza Victor's necklace and then a lip gloss he bought for her because the one she had was running empty.I love that scene!I made realise how sweet Dimka can be and how much he actually cares for her.The other thing I did not liked is they way the characters looked and especi I love VA.I had to make that clear.I am not sure about my feelings for the Graphic novel though.The cut out half the lipgloss scene :( .If you have read the books you know what I am talking about.The one where Dimka gives to Roza Victor's necklace and then a lip gloss he bought for her because the one she had was running empty.I love that scene!I made realise how sweet Dimka can be and how much he actually cares for her.The other thing I did not liked is they way the characters looked and especially Dimitri. Maybe it was because I had a different image in my mind or because they can not be drawed perfectly.The story prety much stays the same as I already ( and maybe you) knew. I still though turned every page eargerly waiting what was going to happen next.Only the most important events were transfered in this book and I was happy reliving it.It took me less than 1 to 2 hours to finish it and that made me think that the graphic novel is the best way someone can find to see what's going on with the VA books if he wants to see the movie but not read the books.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Sharon Mariampillai

    This was an awesome read. It is cool to see how the illustrator drew each character and scenario. It was a great recap of the first book. I love Rose and Dimitri. I still have a little bit of annoyance for Lissa. Overall, a funny read that made me remember why I loved the series so much. Great start to the Graphic Novel series.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Tracey

    I really like it. The art work was great and it was in colour but I feel like it was all over the place. If someone did not read the novel Vampire academy first before reading this, they be lost and would not understand what going on. It was a nice refresh to VA world without reading the book but not going pick up the other ones

  22. 5 out of 5

    Dianne

    Even though this is a teen series, I found it to be pretty, ummm....adult-ish. However, I loved the whole series. I pretty much devoured them!

  23. 5 out of 5

    Anndy

    Keby sa TO chcelo ešte aj pohybovať a vydávať zvuky!!! :-D

  24. 4 out of 5

    Sad Sunday (Princess Consuela Bananahammock)

    Didn't like the artwork much (eyes of the characters were way too small), but I guess it's good for the fans to have a comic of beloved series.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Blaire Hammond

    i loved diving back into this world in graphic novel format!

  26. 5 out of 5

    Judith (Judith'sChoiceReads)

    Goodreads Summary After two years on the run, best friends Rose and Lissa are caught and returned to St. Vladimir’s Academy, a private high school for vampires and half-bloods. It’s filled with intrigue, danger—and even romance. Enter their dark, fascinating world through a new series of 144-page full-color graphic novels. The entire first Vampire Academy novel has been adapted for book one by Leigh Dragoon and overseen by Richelle Mead, while the beautiful art of acclaimed British illustrator Em Goodreads Summary After two years on the run, best friends Rose and Lissa are caught and returned to St. Vladimir’s Academy, a private high school for vampires and half-bloods. It’s filled with intrigue, danger—and even romance. Enter their dark, fascinating world through a new series of 144-page full-color graphic novels. The entire first Vampire Academy novel has been adapted for book one by Leigh Dragoon and overseen by Richelle Mead, while the beautiful art of acclaimed British illustrator Emma Vieceli brings the story to life. My Thoughts So this graphic is pretty much perfect. Pretty much, meaning that I'd change the pace to something much slower since the story is pretty quick. Then again it is a graphic and can't be as long as the novel itself. 200+ pages is decent for any graphic, length-wise, so there aren't many grievances there, I honestly enjoyed it! The characters seemed very true to themselves and were fabulously drawn. That is except Lissa. I hate how pale she seemed! So what if she's a vampire?! She's supposed to be super-model glamorous and Lissa just wasn't and neither was Christian. They were alright and a far cry from the hotness described in the books, I was kind of disappointed. Also Rose's eyes were tiny! I loved how her figure was drawn - perfect to my imagination - but her eyes were miniscule peas. Shootness! I was appalled. How could the fabulous artists of this ultra-cool graphic capture sumptuous curves and fail at eyes?? Man, it still puzzles me. Luckily... there was Dimitri!!! WOOT. WOOT. Ladies, if any of you are even mildly as creepy as me when it comes to their fictional crushes and visualizing them and if Dimitri Belikov happens to be near the top of that list? This book is so for you. Wow, he was beautiful...and perfect...and all I imagined him to be. Oh, there it is! Haha, so while every book has its weaknesses, it also has its own major plus points. The important thing, is that the positives by far outweigh the negatives. Luckily, this is very much the case! Beware of that steamy half-naked scene, but otherwise this one isn't a V.A. addition to be missed. Get it!

  27. 4 out of 5

    Leena

    Rating: 3.90 I know, I know, I should've read the novel first but whatever. So this was basically an adaptation of the vampire academy series and it was beautifully done. So the story is that Rose and Lissa run away from St. Vladimir's academy and they've been on the run for two years that is until they're found and taken back to the academy. There Rose must redeem herself by training to a guardian so that she can protect Lissa in the future. She gets paired up with a fellow guardian, Dimitri Beli Rating: 3.90 I know, I know, I should've read the novel first but whatever. So this was basically an adaptation of the vampire academy series and it was beautifully done. So the story is that Rose and Lissa run away from St. Vladimir's academy and they've been on the run for two years that is until they're found and taken back to the academy. There Rose must redeem herself by training to a guardian so that she can protect Lissa in the future. She gets paired up with a fellow guardian, Dimitri Belikov, who hesitantly becomes her mentor. But as time passes on the two begin to fall in love with each other. But They know that they can't be together. And if that wasn't enough to send Rose on emotional roller coaster, Lissa gets kidnapped by a royal leading the would be couple to race against time to save the moroi princess. Overall this was a great graphic novel and I really enjoyed it. I thought that Dimitri and Rose would make a wonderful couple and I really feel for Lissa, but then again she does an amazing best friend to be there for her. My only complaint is that I wished some scenes were a little longer than they were. Oh! And the art was beautiful! Hats off to the illustrator. If you are a fan of hot vampires and amazing friends go read this.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Ferdy

    Spoilers Disappointing. The book had far more depth, the VA graphic novel on the other hand lacked in worldbuilding, plot, and character/relationship development. -The illustrations were quite good. I wasn't impressed with how some characters looked though - Lissa looked sickly, Christian looked too young, and Mia looked like a weird doll. -I mostly found the plot shallow and too fast paced. If I hadn't read the book, I would have been confused and wondered what the hell was going on. -The relations Spoilers Disappointing. The book had far more depth, the VA graphic novel on the other hand lacked in worldbuilding, plot, and character/relationship development. -The illustrations were quite good. I wasn't impressed with how some characters looked though - Lissa looked sickly, Christian looked too young, and Mia looked like a weird doll. -I mostly found the plot shallow and too fast paced. If I hadn't read the book, I would have been confused and wondered what the hell was going on. -The relationship between Lissa/Rose and Dimitri/Rose wasn't captured all that well, both relationships seemed superficial — there wasn't any development between Dimtri/Rose, and Lissa/Rose's history and Shadow Kissed bond didn't translate well. -Most of the characters personality were portrayed well. Lissa came across as fragile-spoiled-little-princess, Rose seemed like a reckless-arrogant-Lissa-obsessed-guardian-in-training, Mia's snotty attitude was perfect. Dimitri was a bit too blah though, he had more of a presence in the books. All in all, it was mostly rubbish.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Nat

    I bought this comic with high expectations with the art and such. And since I'm a major in animation, the art did little for me. The characters were poor in design, and lacked that emotional quality I look for in a person's artwork. Also they had this flat feeling, and some of...ahh well you get it, it just sort of pissed me off. I was hoping for something good that would help me feel better about spending 6$ on this. Yeah 6$ not a lot, but it is when you want to moan about how badly drawn the c I bought this comic with high expectations with the art and such. And since I'm a major in animation, the art did little for me. The characters were poor in design, and lacked that emotional quality I look for in a person's artwork. Also they had this flat feeling, and some of...ahh well you get it, it just sort of pissed me off. I was hoping for something good that would help me feel better about spending 6$ on this. Yeah 6$ not a lot, but it is when you want to moan about how badly drawn the comic is. It also wasn't detailed, which I love in manga mostly, and that lacked too. The coloring was okay at best, but the color depth was just meh for me. When I heard that this book was being made into a comic, I was hoping that the artist would be the same one who drew out the Maximum Ride manga. I loved those comics, and the artwork is pretty, and well drawn out. But oh well, I guess I won't be getting the next installment of this comic series, and just keep what I think the characters look like in my head.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Bella Grace

    No. Just fucking no. I actually liked the novel, but this is not how you make a graphic novel. The characters look half demented and I'm sure that I wouldn't have been able to percieve what was going on unless I'd read the original book itself. As much as this hurts me, I have to say it; for a much better illustrated and adapted book-turned-graphic-novel, look to Twilight: The Graphic Novel, Vol. 1 and Twilight: The Graphic Novel, Vol. 2. Young Kim actually knows her stuff.

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