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Gezgin Şövalye ( The Hedge Knight Graphic Novels I)

4.08 of 5 stars 4.08  ·  rating details  ·  9,712 ratings  ·  425 reviews
Fantazi, kurgusal edebiyatın en eski, hatta insanın hayal gücü kadar eski dalıdır. Yirmi bin yıl önce Laxcaus ve Altamira'daki prehistorik mağara figürlerini yapanlar, muhtemelen Tanrılarla şeytanlar arasındaki şaşırtıcı hikayelerden, tılsımlardan, büyülerden, ejderhalardan, kurt adamlardan ve bu boyutun dışındaki inanılmaz mekanlardan bahsetmeyi seviyorlardı. Avrupa Buz Ç ...more
Paperback, 172 pages
Published January 2005 by Erimer Bilişim (first published 1998)
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Kat Stark

This is more about my love for the world...rather than a real review

There aren't many times where I get so personal with a story. I'm not really a fan of series reading because few hold a fire in me. But when they do, it's a fire that I never want to die out. When I was a child, that was Harry Potter for me. A book that I found magic in. A world that I wish I could be a part of, not only in spirit but in body as well. A place where I could see myself.

Years and years later, in a more bleak and d
4.5 stars. Excellent novella set in the world of Song of Ice and Fire. George R.R. Martin has created one of the best, most well thought out worlds in fantasy history and any chance to revisit it is very, very welcome. Recommended!!!
To begin with, I have enjoyed the Song of Fire and Ice from the beginning, and I have been itching for the new book for some time. When I heard there was a graphic novel, I was both interested and disappointed. The first because it was another tale in a very interesting setting. The second because A Feast of Crows had been running late and would rather have had the book instead of the graphic novel. Upon reading the graphic novel, I found all of my fears allayed and that the book does more than ...more
My first graphic novel. It was fun! And it was cute. Well, it was cute when it wasn't gross at least. It was something different for sure. Not a format I want to read too regularly.. But it is something I will pick up in the future, to change it up every once in a while. I will no longer fear graphic novels; I'm no longer a GN virgin.

The story was interesting, the artwork was well done. Not much else to say. Four stars.
3.5 Stars -

I am still a relative noob to Martin's Song of Ice & Fire series. I've read the first three books in the series, and loved them. I can't wait to read the 4th and 5th! So when I saw that my podunk library actually had this graphic novel, I snatched it up. Yoink!

I love Martin's world, and I want more of it. More more more! But, I can only say that I just liked this. Well, maybe a little more than "just liked" but I felt like it was missing something. There were a lot of characters
This was just awesome. I am thrown back into Westeros. Sure, it's a hundred years before the events of the Song of Ice and Fire series, but's Westeros.

The artwork in this was incredible and I really enjoyed the story. It was by far the wordiest comic I have ever read....Leave it to GRRM to turn a comic into a novel. Ha! But, there was a lot of story to be told. And once again, there are just soooooo many characters I found myself tripping over them and trying to figure out who were b
This was a quick read and I was able to finish in less than a day. If I were to try to describe this book to someone, I think it would end up sounding very boring! It really says something that the author can bring all the elements together to make the book so good! This was an intensely character driven book so it's good that I was invested in Dunk from the start. He's young, has a good heart, and is very much the underdog. I don't know why the author decided to make the book so short. I think ...more
Aug 27, 2014 Silvana rated it 5 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: all A Song of Ice and Fire fans and those who love chivalry stories
Ok, I have loved the Dunk and Egg stories for long (and The Hedge Knight is my favorite) but reading it in graphic novel form just took me to the next level.

I have the two first volume of A Game of Thrones graphic novel and I must say it was just blah. Maybe because I was not really into the artwork in AGOT. The one for THK is more superior. I am not well-versed in this stuff but I feel like the drawings really bring the characters into life. So many scenes were very well translated - I laughed
Since I am hair-tearing-out desperate to get back into Martin's world in the form of a thousand-page novel, I thought this was going to be a mere sad peek that would leave me aching. But this was a lot better than I expected, a nice story with all the usual suspects; young knight standing up for honor, evil member of the reigning family that you wish would just get a fierce kick in the pants - if you've ever wanted to punch Joffrey Baratheon in the nose, this ought to get you all fired up. It ha ...more
An enthralling tale set 100 years before the events of a Song of Ice and Fire, when the "Dragons" were plentiful and the Targaryen line was full of able bodied young possible heirs (this is Master Aemon's group, though he is studying at the Citadel for this tale). The story is set around a young Hedge Knight hoping to do well at a tourney that is being attended by a whole flock of Targaryens. If you've read the other books you might have an idea of how that might go. Read it. It's a quick tale t ...more
This was awesome! A hundred years before 'Song of Ice and Fire', the Targaryens rule. A hedge knight named Dunk goes to his first tournament. On the way there, he meets two strange boys - one too drunk and one called Egg, who was too eager to be a knight's squire.

Nicely written, funny and with plot twists I didn't see coming. Daeron Targaryen had a small role, but is now one of my all times favorite minor characters and definitely the funniest. I hope to see more of him in the next Dunk and Egg
Cheryl Hall
A great short story set in Westeros.

I will definitely look to read more of the Dunk & Egg novella's.

This also solved a question I had regarding House Fossoway.
GRRM writes his own fanfiction. And amazingly enough, virtue is rewarded, vice is punished, and, um, only a few sympathetic characters die? I liked it!
wonderful. I felt all the feels and the art work is epic and breathtaking. I made this face quite a bit while reading :O

no joke
Ruth Fabiano
Actually REALLY enjoyed it- nice tale of redemption, and how with the Targaryen's, good ones were few and far between.
Xulieta NeveraDeLibros
¿Qué pasa cuando te mueres de ganas de leer un libro que crees que te va a crear un gozo increíble pero al final no da la talla?Ya os podéis hacer una idea de lo que sentí al leer el comic.

Dunk es un caballero errante que vaga por el mundo y se encuentra en una taberna con Egg, un misterioso muchacho que decide seguirle al gran torneo de Vado Ceniza.

En un principio este comic fue una novela corta que luego decidieron adaptar junto al segundo a novela gráfico para un mayor deleite de aquellos fán
Confesso que não só das maiores fãs de histórias passadas em tempos medievais e que se aliam a alguma fantasia, mas a história criada por George R R Martin tem sido uma grande excepção e até agora tudo o que tenho lido dele tem-me fascinado.

O Cavaleiro de Westeros é a adaptação em graphic novel do livro com o mesmo título de George R R Martin e todos os acontecimentos aí narrados têm lugar cerca de 100 anos antes dos acontecimentos de a Guerra dos Tronos. Conta-nos a história de Duncan, um escud
enjoyed the tale a lot. The character of Duncan the Tall reminds me a lot, in the way he acts and thinks, of Brienne. this was probably intended by the author, since he hinted that she may be an heir of him. The thing I did not like is that it hadn't the complexity of Martin usual writing, it was very simplicistic and straightforward. Maybe it's the right way to write a short novella. but it did not satisfy me completely. looking forward to read the next two books.
Richard Tran
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Nice prequel to the saga. I recommend it as reading material to all fans whilst TWOW hasn't come up.
Norm Davis
Mar 25, 2014 Norm Davis rated it 3 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: Game of Thrones of Ice & Fire fans
Recommended to Norm by:

Dunk is a big fellow, probably not 20 yet. He is about the most self debasing character I remember reading about in a very long time. At the beginning of the story he is squire to a hedge knight, a roaming do-gooder with a sword and some fighting skills. The old hedge knight dies of natural causes, but before his death he knights the young squire, Dunk.

I'm not sure it was entirely his intention but he heads for a tournament where he hopes he can win one fight so he may be slightly better off th
Mayara Ribeiro
George R.R. Martin and Westeros... Enough said... LOVED IT!!!
Sayed Khadri
The Hedge Knight is the first story of Dunk and Egg. Dunk or Ser Duncan the Tall is hedge knight – so-called because they are knights without any master or house or land and are poor and usually sleeps in hedges. Dunk was a squire of Ser Arlan of Pennytree who was a hedge knight died while on the way to Ashford for a tourney. After burying Ser Arlan, Dunk takes up his armor, horses and continues to Ashford to participate in tourney. At an inn on the road, he meets a boy with a shaved head named ...more
Ricarda Gasch
I read this one in German and have to warn anyone thinking about picking this up in German as well: the translation is horrible!! They translated some names, but only some.. which makes it only half-way dumb because those that are translated sound horrible in German. Also there are several typos in it. Bad work German publisher!

The story itself follows the novella 1:1, so it's rather slow paced in the beginning but eventually picks up and is quite entertaining!
I loved this story, mainly because of the way it filled in some of the backstory for the Ice and Fire saga. Seeing Egg, and knowing his relationship to Maester Aegon was very poignant, and of course, the sheild, which I hope is explained--why Brienne chose that sigil and why it had been forgotten. If you are enjoying the saga, then don't miss this and the other backstories available.
Luis D'hers
Historia divertida, lo interesante es que el príncipe heredero Dragón es un tipo de pelo negro, ahí hay un guiño del escritor indiscutiblemente.
A faithful reproduction of Martin's novella of the same name (which makes sense he also wrote this adaptation), this six issue series features some gorgeous artwork that truly brings Dunk and Egg to life. It's the artwork then that elevates this graphic novel above its source material.

3.5 Terrible Targaryens for this version of The Hedge Knight.
Jaruš Machová
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George R. R. Martin was born September 20, 1948, in Bayonne, New Jersey. His father was Raymond Collins Martin, a longshoreman, and his mother was Margaret Brady Martin. He has two sisters, Darleen Martin Lapinski and Janet Martin Patten.

Martin attended Mary Jane Donohoe School and Marist High School. He began writing very young, selling monster stories to other neighborhood children for pennies,
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“Egg has the truth of it. Aerion's quite the monster. He thinks he’s a dragon in human form, you know. That’s why he was so wroth at that puppet show. A pity he wasn't born a Fossoway, then he’d think himself an apple and we’d all be a deal safer, but there you are.” 2 likes
“Why?” he asked Pate. “What am I to them?”
“A knight who remembered his vows,” the smith said.”
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