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A modern science fiction classic, Larry Niven's Ringworld won the Hugo and Nebula Awards for best novel in 1970. Now this SF classic is adapted into a thrilling manga adventure by Robert Mandell and Sean Lam. In Ringworld: The Graphic Novel, Part One, two-hundred-year-old human Louis Wu is recruited by a two-headed alien named Nessus to join him, a catlike warrior alien nam A modern science fiction classic, Larry Niven's Ringworld won the Hugo and Nebula Awards for best novel in 1970. Now this SF classic is adapted into a thrilling manga adventure by Robert Mandell and Sean Lam. In Ringworld: The Graphic Novel, Part One, two-hundred-year-old human Louis Wu is recruited by a two-headed alien named Nessus to join him, a catlike warrior alien named Speaker, and the infinitely lucky human Teela Brown to explore an alien artifact. They find a Ringworld, a ribbon millions of miles long built around a distant sun. The civilization has fallen into savagery, though, and after crashing into the Ringworld, Louis must come up with a clever plan to get back to known space, hundreds of light years away.


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A modern science fiction classic, Larry Niven's Ringworld won the Hugo and Nebula Awards for best novel in 1970. Now this SF classic is adapted into a thrilling manga adventure by Robert Mandell and Sean Lam. In Ringworld: The Graphic Novel, Part One, two-hundred-year-old human Louis Wu is recruited by a two-headed alien named Nessus to join him, a catlike warrior alien nam A modern science fiction classic, Larry Niven's Ringworld won the Hugo and Nebula Awards for best novel in 1970. Now this SF classic is adapted into a thrilling manga adventure by Robert Mandell and Sean Lam. In Ringworld: The Graphic Novel, Part One, two-hundred-year-old human Louis Wu is recruited by a two-headed alien named Nessus to join him, a catlike warrior alien named Speaker, and the infinitely lucky human Teela Brown to explore an alien artifact. They find a Ringworld, a ribbon millions of miles long built around a distant sun. The civilization has fallen into savagery, though, and after crashing into the Ringworld, Louis must come up with a clever plan to get back to known space, hundreds of light years away.

30 review for Ringworld: The Graphic Novel, Part One

  1. 4 out of 5

    Bob Lee

    The book reminded me of why I liked the original novel. You get exactly what the title says. This is a black and white graphic novel or manga style book of Niven's Ringworld. I read the soft cover version in an evening, and found it sort of like a visual cliff notes of Niven's story. All of the major plots of the novel are covered. It starts with an overview of the human-kzin war and proceeds to the Puppeteer, Nessus, recruiting Louis Wu and others on a secret mission, which is to explore Ringwor The book reminded me of why I liked the original novel. You get exactly what the title says. This is a black and white graphic novel or manga style book of Niven's Ringworld. I read the soft cover version in an evening, and found it sort of like a visual cliff notes of Niven's story. All of the major plots of the novel are covered. It starts with an overview of the human-kzin war and proceeds to the Puppeteer, Nessus, recruiting Louis Wu and others on a secret mission, which is to explore Ringworld. They first visit the Puppeteer home worlds, and then proceed to Ringworld, where they crash. They then take off in flying vehicles to reach the rim wall. They have a disastrous encounter with some of the hairy natives, and then escape to continue their quest for the rim wall. Part 1 ends at the point where the Kzin's (Speaker's) flycycle is attacked, which from my copy of Niven's Ringworld is at page 200 of 342, so this graphic novel covers a bit over 1/2 of the story. I'm over 60 years old, and read Ringworld long ago. I had no problem with the size of the text or reading it in this form. I found the book a nice quick summary that brought to mind all of the story elements I had enjoyed. I found Nessus reminded me for some reason of Jar Jar Binks, but otherwise I liked how the characters were drawn. A couple of panels I found confusing, but otherwise they flow smoothly. A very nice addition at the end of the book is a timeline of Ringworld events and a summary of the various 'Worlds of Known Space'. I really enjoyed reading these. Look, this is not a novel, it's a comic book, so the depth of a novel is not there. I found it a nice reminder of why I liked Ringworld to begin with, and am now sitting down to reread the novel. I wonder what a young person who has never read Ringworld would make of this book?

  2. 5 out of 5

    Kendrick

    I've read Ringworld many years ago and instead of re-reading it for a book club I decided to try this out. I'm not sure if it was intentional or not, but the graphical depictions of the aliens was more comedic then I think was intended and it made the story hard(er) to take serious. Otherwise, it's a fairly straightforward rendering of the first half of the book. I've read Ringworld many years ago and instead of re-reading it for a book club I decided to try this out. I'm not sure if it was intentional or not, but the graphical depictions of the aliens was more comedic then I think was intended and it made the story hard(er) to take serious. Otherwise, it's a fairly straightforward rendering of the first half of the book.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Shellie (Layers of Thought)

    Original review by John posted at Layers of Thought. Niven’s classic award-winning 1970 science fiction story turned into a graphic novel. Description: It is 2850 and space adventurer Louis Wu is celebrating his 200th birthday. Thanks to boosterspice he still has the physique and mental agility of a twenty year old, and he has wealth that allows him to do almost anything that he wants. But he feels like he has done it all already and he is bored. Enter Nessus, a two-headed alien Pierson’s Puppeteer Original review by John posted at Layers of Thought. Niven’s classic award-winning 1970 science fiction story turned into a graphic novel. Description: It is 2850 and space adventurer Louis Wu is celebrating his 200th birthday. Thanks to boosterspice he still has the physique and mental agility of a twenty year old, and he has wealth that allows him to do almost anything that he wants. But he feels like he has done it all already and he is bored. Enter Nessus, a two-headed alien Pierson’s Puppeteer. He offers Louis the chance to join him on a mysterious and dangerous mission well beyond the boundaries of Known Space, using a secret new ship that can travel thousands of times faster than anything humans have experienced. Louis cannot refuse. They are joined by two additional carefully selected crew members, a fearsome catlike warrior Kzin and a human that has been genetically bred for good luck. Initially they travel to Nessus’ home world where they are told that the mission’s destination is a strange ring-shaped world that circles a star. They are to explore the artificially created ringworld that is some 600 million miles in circumference and a million miles wide. The flat inner surface of the world is equivalent to some three million Earth-sized planets and it may potentially be habitable. When their space ship crash-lands on the ringworld and they are apparently stranded, their adventures have only just begun. John’s thoughts: Where to start with this one? I’d have to say that this graphic novel version of a classic science fiction story has probably not been created with me in mind. I’ve read the original book and loved it – and the graphic novel can’t really add anything. Indeed, one of the great things about the original was the depth and the detail of the story. In this format there is no chance of replicating that depth and many parts of the story leap ahead far too quickly for my liking. I’d also have to say that the graphic representation of Nessus is quite disappointing – though goodness knows he is near impossible to satisfactorily translate into graphic form. I think he is one of those creations that just works better in your imagination than it possibly can in pen and ink. Louis Wu too doesn’t jive at all with how I pictured him. That being said it is a great story and I’m sure that many newcomers to Niven’s novel will enjoy it. I’d rate the book 3 stars and recommend it to anyone who likes science fiction in graphic novel format; I wouldn’t recommend it to anyone who has read the original. Any potential readers should be warned that this is only “part one” and covers just the first half of Ringworld. It isn’t a standalone story so don’t expect any logical conclusions to the plot at the end of this book. A closing thought – I do love some graphic novels (Watchmen and Britten and Brulightly are two of the most highly-rated books that I have ever reviewed), but reading a graphic novel version of something you’ve already read in full and loved is probably not a great idea. It seems to me that you’re always going to be left wanting more.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Laura

    I bought this graphic novel because it was really cheap, I regret it. I didn't like it at all, I was dreading to even read it and it's super short. I bought this graphic novel because it was really cheap, I regret it. I didn't like it at all, I was dreading to even read it and it's super short.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Bill

    Graphic novel adaptation of the first part of the first "Ringworld" novel. The plot stays true to the original source, which is good and bad. It's great to see the characters' reactions to the plotting and intrigue between alien races, especially when those aliens are portrayed in highly expressive manga-style drawings. But some parts, such as a few unnecessarily long, drawn out travel sequences, should have been shortened to keep things moving and introduce more action and conflict in this firs Graphic novel adaptation of the first part of the first "Ringworld" novel. The plot stays true to the original source, which is good and bad. It's great to see the characters' reactions to the plotting and intrigue between alien races, especially when those aliens are portrayed in highly expressive manga-style drawings. But some parts, such as a few unnecessarily long, drawn out travel sequences, should have been shortened to keep things moving and introduce more action and conflict in this first volume.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Karissa

    Series Info/Source: This is the first book in the Ringworld graphic novel duology. I borrowed this from the library. Story (3/5): Four beings journey to a mysterious Ringworld in hopes of having a place for sentient beings to flee to when the universe ends in 20,000 years. This is an old story redone in graphic novel format. I liked the concept behind the story but it seemed oversimplified here. I read the original book a really, really long time ago (in high school) and don’t remember much about Series Info/Source: This is the first book in the Ringworld graphic novel duology. I borrowed this from the library. Story (3/5): Four beings journey to a mysterious Ringworld in hopes of having a place for sentient beings to flee to when the universe ends in 20,000 years. This is an old story redone in graphic novel format. I liked the concept behind the story but it seemed oversimplified here. I read the original book a really, really long time ago (in high school) and don’t remember much about it except I thought it was kind of boring. Characters (1/5): I pretty much hated how the characters here were done. Nessus was not at all how I had pictured him. Louis Wu is an overconfident asshole. Speaker, the Kzin, is just always angry and has no more dimensions beyond his anger. And….don’t even get me started on Teela, she’s basically on the trip because she is lucky, super hot, and apparently Louis needed someone to have sex with anytime they take a break on their journey. They are awful characters and just well...awful. Setting (3/5): I love the concept and setting of the Ringworld and it was portrayed okay here. We actually don’t see a lot of it in this book. Writing/Drawing Style (2/5): The drawing in here is mediocre at best. Some of the action scenes are very hard to follow. There isn’t a lot of detail and way too much text is crammed in on the panels. The dialogue is awkward and the whole thing is generally poorly written and just didn’t translate well to graphic novel format. There is way too much over explaining as well. This is done in a manga-like format but without chapters and you read it in the standard English direction (front to back, left to right). My Summary (2/5): Overall this was pretty bad. I finished it but I wouldn’t recommend it. The characters are poorly done and over simplified. The drawing and dialogue is awkward. The whole thing is just kind of a mess and this story doesn’t translate well into a manga-like format. I am not planning on reading the second volume and would recommend skipping this.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Eric Stodolnik

    Okay... So I read these two graphic novels backwards. I found part 2 in a Half Price Books store quite a few months ago, and being such a HUGE HUGE HUGE Larry Niven's Known Space fan, I just absolutely had to get it. And seeing as how I had already read the entirety of all the Known Space books, let alone Ringworld... I said fuckit at just read the second part first... Then the other day, I just happened across this copy of part 1 in a different Half Price Books. So of course I had to get it to Okay... So I read these two graphic novels backwards. I found part 2 in a Half Price Books store quite a few months ago, and being such a HUGE HUGE HUGE Larry Niven's Known Space fan, I just absolutely had to get it. And seeing as how I had already read the entirety of all the Known Space books, let alone Ringworld... I said fuckit at just read the second part first... Then the other day, I just happened across this copy of part 1 in a different Half Price Books. So of course I had to get it to complete the collection and go back and finish reading the graphic novel adaptation by reading the first part. Now the same things bother me with this one as did the second part. Basically the artwork is pretty terrible, rushed, and half-assed... The story is greatly chopped up and the timing is pretty much ruined in many many cases by this adaptation. They probably should have extended this into a 4 or 5 part series, and that would have helped immensely. But it is what it is. And at least I can say that I DID like this half of the series more than the second half. Its really pretty sup-par as far as graphic novels and comics go... buuuuuuut it's also Ringworld, and it's Known Space... so I'm instantly going to like it at least to some degree right off the bat just for that. So I'll actually give this one a 4-star rating, when it should honestly probably get more of a 3 (and to those who have no idea what Ringworld or Known Space is, they'd probably give it a 2, to be honest :/ lol)

  8. 5 out of 5

    Louise

    Kind of an interesting story, and it does leave on a cliffhanger because it's only Part 1 of the first book. I found the story getting more exciting along the way, although I mostly couldn't stand the characters. A crew of four goes to explore a ringworld that has been discovered. The four includes Nessus, a Puppeteer (a species that looks kind of like a camel with two snakes for heads); Speaker, a Kzin (rat-cat type being), Louis Wu, a human space adventurer, and Teela, a woman. However, I didn Kind of an interesting story, and it does leave on a cliffhanger because it's only Part 1 of the first book. I found the story getting more exciting along the way, although I mostly couldn't stand the characters. A crew of four goes to explore a ringworld that has been discovered. The four includes Nessus, a Puppeteer (a species that looks kind of like a camel with two snakes for heads); Speaker, a Kzin (rat-cat type being), Louis Wu, a human space adventurer, and Teela, a woman. However, I didn't really like any of the characters. In particular, Speaker is angry and violent almost 100% of the time and is drawn in a creepy way; Louis is full of himself and Teela, well, the only reason she got selected for this special crew, as far as I can tell, is that she has a hot body and is apparently lucky. (What other skills could a space adventurer possibly need?) I did find the story line interesting though. I might perhaps pick up the actual novel at some point to read it, and hopefully imagine the characters in a less grating way. Also, I hope that with the longer novel, there will be more character and world development. But, as far as a quick, couple-hour read of a graphic novel, this wasn't bad.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Troy Campbell

    The ultimate interstellar road trip, with Louis as The Easygoing Guy, Speaker as The Jock, Nessus as The Weird Friend and Teela as The Girl With Few Lines. Good old Ringworld. I grew up on wrinkled old Niven paperbacks and this is a worthy manga-fied novel. Not the best art, but you also have to work within your budget and timeline. There are some minor changes to the plot here and there, and Teela is less useless - some of the things Louis says and does are swapped with her - Louis slips on the The ultimate interstellar road trip, with Louis as The Easygoing Guy, Speaker as The Jock, Nessus as The Weird Friend and Teela as The Girl With Few Lines. Good old Ringworld. I grew up on wrinkled old Niven paperbacks and this is a worthy manga-fied novel. Not the best art, but you also have to work within your budget and timeline. There are some minor changes to the plot here and there, and Teela is less useless - some of the things Louis says and does are swapped with her - Louis slips on the raw scrith for example, not her. The oftentimes dry writing of the original is converted into charming and engaging panels. Even though it's the kind of "cliff notes" version of Ringworld, it's still a worthwhile buy if you are a fan. If you're new to it, you may actually find it much easier to get into it because a lot of people struggle with the descriptions.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Vince

    It was okay. I approached this adaptation having never read Niven's classic 1970s novel, Ringworld, or its sequels, though I have read several of Niven's collaborations with Jerry Pournelle from that period. The art is decent. The dialogue feels stilted. The story is chauvinist. While the adaptation team perhaps deserves kudos for faithfulness to the novel in this regard, I didn't care for the attitude. Evaluated purely as an adventure romp, the story is too long and characters are too shallow. T It was okay. I approached this adaptation having never read Niven's classic 1970s novel, Ringworld, or its sequels, though I have read several of Niven's collaborations with Jerry Pournelle from that period. The art is decent. The dialogue feels stilted. The story is chauvinist. While the adaptation team perhaps deserves kudos for faithfulness to the novel in this regard, I didn't care for the attitude. Evaluated purely as an adventure romp, the story is too long and characters are too shallow. Two stars. [Same review for Volume #2 of the Graphic Novel Adaptation]

  11. 4 out of 5

    Etienne

    I hope the original material was better because this is a novel I have high expectations about. Unfortunately this graphic novel/manga adaptation wasn't good. Thin story, thinner characters and nothing that got my attention I also have the second part, but I have no intention of reading it after reading this one. Let's hope I will be more lucky with the original novel! I hope the original material was better because this is a novel I have high expectations about. Unfortunately this graphic novel/manga adaptation wasn't good. Thin story, thinner characters and nothing that got my attention I also have the second part, but I have no intention of reading it after reading this one. Let's hope I will be more lucky with the original novel!

  12. 4 out of 5

    Wayne Webb

    I vaguely recall reading this when I was a teenager. I remember the cat people and the weird sci fi language and most of all I remember the immensity and the scale of the Concept. A good revisit in a graphic form - without wading through the now dated social and racial structure of a novel of the past. Art is on, dialogue is dated, but the concept is intact.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Ron Turner

    I'm not a big fan of the manga-style artwork but I did enjoy seeing Larry Niven's universe brought to life. I'm curious to see if Amazon moves forward with their plans to make it into a television series. I'd love to see the Kzin in action. Imagine Klingons but as badass cat people. I'm not a big fan of the manga-style artwork but I did enjoy seeing Larry Niven's universe brought to life. I'm curious to see if Amazon moves forward with their plans to make it into a television series. I'd love to see the Kzin in action. Imagine Klingons but as badass cat people.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Saad Qasim

    Revisiting Ringworld in graphic form Well drawn art, a fantastic story, and intriguing concepts, this volume introduces us to the ancient and enormous Ringworld. Looking forward to volume two.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Ciara Barsotti

    I wish I had started with the original novel... this was terrible!!

  16. 4 out of 5

    Jeff Thomas

    a great story, but I don't remember it this way. Drawing is a bit amateur sometimes. a great story, but I don't remember it this way. Drawing is a bit amateur sometimes.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Kammera

    I think because of the paperback format, it was a little hard to clearly see the graphics with the spine interfering with the pictures. Also, the paper quality made the pictures look poorly rendered at times so I found myself really straining to see WHAT was being portrayed. I liked this because RingWorld is one of my all time favorites but slightly disappointed in this product. A full color glossy book would have made it perfect.

  18. 4 out of 5

    The_J

    Spectacular story, solid drawings, just a slice of fun

  19. 4 out of 5

    Heather Lee Lee Dyer

    Ringworld is my favorite book of all time. Since I was just introduced to graphic novels this year, I was excited that Larry Niven came out with a graphic novel for Ringworld. I love that the story of Ringworld is being introduced to a new and wider audience with this graphic adaption. I think that someone who has not read the original book might get a bit lost at times in some of the scenes, but overall I was thrilled with it, and look forward to the following books. Just a funny side note, as Ringworld is my favorite book of all time. Since I was just introduced to graphic novels this year, I was excited that Larry Niven came out with a graphic novel for Ringworld. I love that the story of Ringworld is being introduced to a new and wider audience with this graphic adaption. I think that someone who has not read the original book might get a bit lost at times in some of the scenes, but overall I was thrilled with it, and look forward to the following books. Just a funny side note, as someone who reads YA and writes YA, I got quite a chuckle out of the size of this Ringworld Graphic Novel. It is smaller and thicker than most of the graphic novels I have been introduced to, more like a trade paperback. Reading it in public, no one could tell I was reading a graphic novel; it just looked like I was reading a really awesome sci fi novel. Was this on purpose, I wonder? Maybe some smart marketing for adult readers of graphic novels just coming out of the literary closet? As always, Larry Niven is one of my favorite authors, and I was not disappointed by this graphic novel of Ringworld.

  20. 5 out of 5

    John (JP)

    I never read Larry Niven's novel which the this graphic novel is based on. The story is about members of 3 different groups, Humans , the warrior and cat like Kzin, and the Puppeteers(whose civilization is based on an ethos of cowardice) and their quest to investigate an alien mega structure known as Ringworld. After reading this comic book version of the book I will be reading the novel. The graphic novel serves as a good introduction to writing style of Larry Niven. While a novel might emphasi I never read Larry Niven's novel which the this graphic novel is based on. The story is about members of 3 different groups, Humans , the warrior and cat like Kzin, and the Puppeteers(whose civilization is based on an ethos of cowardice) and their quest to investigate an alien mega structure known as Ringworld. After reading this comic book version of the book I will be reading the novel. The graphic novel serves as a good introduction to writing style of Larry Niven. While a novel might emphasize the descriptions of the worlds the characters and the tech, with the graphic novel all that is given to you so the reader can concentrate on the dialogue between the actors. This and other graphic novels area good way to get reluctant or non readers to begin reading.It was also a fun break in between heavier reading material . It makes me wonder what a wrier and an artist could do to make War and Peace in a more accessible graphic novel type form. Ring world is no War and Peace but it is a fun read, and I look forward to my library buying Ringworld the graphic novel part 2.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Robu-sensei

    Pretty decent graphical rendition of Ringworld, in a semi-manga style. I like how the artist rendered Nessus and Speaker-to-Animals, though Nessus's lip knobs are too short to be really useful (probably to make him cuter than he should look). My only complaint is that in scenes showing large parts of the Ringworld, the topology is way out of scale relative to the overall size of the structure. If we can see the entire width of the Ringworld, nothing besides major seas and biomes should be visibl Pretty decent graphical rendition of Ringworld, in a semi-manga style. I like how the artist rendered Nessus and Speaker-to-Animals, though Nessus's lip knobs are too short to be really useful (probably to make him cuter than he should look). My only complaint is that in scenes showing large parts of the Ringworld, the topology is way out of scale relative to the overall size of the structure. If we can see the entire width of the Ringworld, nothing besides major seas and biomes should be visible.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Mark

    It's been years since I read Ringworld. When I learned about this graphic novel I was curious. The black & white manga style graphic novel is an interesting read. It reminds me about the things that annoyed me in Niven's tale, so they've captured the spirit of his story well. The art is eye-catching and amusing. I wish it were all in one volume, but I plan to buy the next volume when it comes out. It's been years since I read Ringworld. When I learned about this graphic novel I was curious. The black & white manga style graphic novel is an interesting read. It reminds me about the things that annoyed me in Niven's tale, so they've captured the spirit of his story well. The art is eye-catching and amusing. I wish it were all in one volume, but I plan to buy the next volume when it comes out.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Andrew Schriber

    I recently reread Ringworld. The book was better than I remembered. I heard about the graphic Novels and put them on my Christmas list. I am not a graphic Novel Fan, and this book did little to change that 0pinion. The story is a great one, but I favor the pictures I generate in my mind to those created by others. Get this book if you like graphic Novels. If you don't read the book it is amazing. I recently reread Ringworld. The book was better than I remembered. I heard about the graphic Novels and put them on my Christmas list. I am not a graphic Novel Fan, and this book did little to change that 0pinion. The story is a great one, but I favor the pictures I generate in my mind to those created by others. Get this book if you like graphic Novels. If you don't read the book it is amazing.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Eric

    Looking at the Sneak Peek: Ringworld, The Graphic Novel, Part One from Tor ( http://torforgeblog.com/2014/07/07/sn... ) Looks real good, only strange bit is the puppeteers look very different than I imagined. Looking at the Sneak Peek: Ringworld, The Graphic Novel, Part One from Tor ( http://torforgeblog.com/2014/07/07/sn... ) Looks real good, only strange bit is the puppeteers look very different than I imagined.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Robert Gilson

    Really liked this. I've read the novel at least three times but this was a fun introduction to both the Ringworld novels and The Known Space books. The art was fun and seeing the Kzinti done in the correct Rat-Cat look. Really liked this. I've read the novel at least three times but this was a fun introduction to both the Ringworld novels and The Known Space books. The art was fun and seeing the Kzinti done in the correct Rat-Cat look.

  26. 4 out of 5

    William Tracy

    A really great edition of Ringworld. This reminded me why I liked the original story so much. I could have done without the Manga-stye drawings, but since there are a lot of aliens, it doesn't matter too much. Looking forward to volume 2. A really great edition of Ringworld. This reminded me why I liked the original story so much. I could have done without the Manga-stye drawings, but since there are a lot of aliens, it doesn't matter too much. Looking forward to volume 2.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Jason

    Having not read any Ringworld novels yet, this graphic novel did a good job getting me interested in doing so. The main characters are an interesting mix and I look forward to future parts.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Julie (Manga Maniac Cafe)

    3 stars Pacing was uneven and there wasn't enough action to keep me engrossed in the story. Things picked up at the end, though, so I'm interested to see where the story goes 3 stars Pacing was uneven and there wasn't enough action to keep me engrossed in the story. Things picked up at the end, though, so I'm interested to see where the story goes

  29. 4 out of 5

    John Henery

    A cool graphic novel that makes me want to read the series.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Jason

    Felt like I was missing bits and pieces, like maybe it needs to be longer to be a decent adaptation. Also, the art seemed rushed and sloppy in some places.

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