Kung Fu Panda
I picked this up at Alakazam. I read it at home.
Slow. This story is still moving just so slow–and to learn that it is being made into a movie, just really takes a whole lot of the fun out of it.
I mean really, it all feels like a plan from the start–Jeff Smith wanting to capitilize on Hollywood makes an indie comic which is designed for the big screen.
I mean it is really not all that bad, I am just down on this book right now–not enough is happening to keep me interested, but I be in next issue it will be my favorite book of the month.
Strange how that works.
With the origin of Fell’s Four told, we catch up with our favorite band of adventurers as they find themselves stranded in the Feywild! Join us as John Rogers welcomes back regular series artist Andrea Di Vito to bring us the latest chapter in these thrilling adventures of swords and sorcery!
Story by John Rogers Andrea Di Vito (a) Tyler Walpole, Di Vito (c)
Art by John Rogers Andrea Di Vito (a) Tyler Walpole, Di Vito (c)
Cover by John Rogers Andrea Di Vito (a) Tyler Walpole, Di Vito (c)
Diamond Code: APR110359
I picked this up at Alakazam.
I read it late night at home.
It took me a while to read it because Jack lost it in his room–I have a feeling that this will not be the last time that happens.
A great issue–Quicklinks, combat, deceit, old bag guys–just really fun and fast paced. Still a joy to read this every single time. I am still very much enjoying this comic.
The art could be better–less detail in the back grounds & more matallic edges to some of it would be nice, but overall not bad & they are staying close to schedule, so I am happy.
The writing is fun and fantastic–as long as it does not get to mature I will be very happy with this book for a long time.