Shutterbox, Volume 4
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Shutterbox, Volume 4

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[View Chapter 1 at URL] To be once more a child for one bright summer's day... Now that Megan has merged with the goddess Laahli, Megan discovers that she can teleport to any place within Merridiah she desires. As a result of this newfound power, she and Adrien have spent many days alone together, thousands of miles away from Merridiah University. Yet the many creatures of...more
Paperback, 176 pages
Published September 11th 2007 by Tokyopop
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Trying too hard to be weird. Still, some good art (I really loved Dagny) and an obviously meticulously thought out and very intricate plot made me give this independent 3 stars. But the story gets lost in so much gobbledygook new-age mumbo jumbo, it's hard to take it seriously. Past lives and reincarnations are great if you actually learn something, and don't just continue bickering and fumbling around trying to fall in love or.. whatever. I really tried to understand, but sentences like: "10,00...more
Review in 75 Words or Less: Shutterbox, Vol. 4 is by far my favorite volume of this series thus far. While the plot does not move forward too much in this volume, it definitely makes up for it by giving the reader some back story. The secondary characters' actions begin to make more and more sense, and we sort of figure out why Megan is at M.U.S.E.

Final Verdict: This volume is a wonderful addition to this amazing series. Sadly, there are only two volumes left in this remarkable series. And it is...more
Nicole Bunge
*cry* I was so sad when I found out the series got canceled by Tokyopop. It's one of the most original I've seen in forever. (and only 2 books to finish it *sigh* - at least the authors claim to still be looking for a new venue to publish - but having seen the author's lj - her mom is descending into dementia, it's probably not her first priority.)

It's a good series, following alternate dimension 'muses' at their school - and the 'living muse' who is their anchor to earth. The story had finally...more
This has been my favorite volume so far; now I just can't wait to read the next. The end was a fabulous way to leaving me hanging!
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Rosearik Rikki Simons is a voice actor, writer, and artist. He is most famous for being the voice of the robot in a dog suit, GIR from Invader ZIM. As an artist and writer he is known for science fantasy graphic novels such as Ranklechick and His Three Legged Cat, Super Information Hijinks: Reality Check!, and the unfinished six volume ShutterBox fantasy series, which he co-created with his wife,...more
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