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iPlates: Volume 1

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Vowing to reclaim the land of his fathers, Zeniff leads a company of Nephites deep into Lamanite territory. But the Lamanites have other plans for them. Can Zeniff defend his city against the Lamanite armies? Will his ambitious son Noah seize the crown? Can the prophet Abinadi save the city from its own wickedness? Adventure, war, betrayal, and redemption await you in ...more
Paperback, 68 pages
Published August 23rd 2012 by Leicester Bay Books
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Trevor
Jun 10, 2014 Trevor rated it liked it
This is a comic book version of portions of The Book of Mormon. Both the art and the stories are well done, although there is a lot of creative license taken in both areas. (Carter admits in an explanation at the end that it should be considered historical fiction.) Most of the pages are done in black and white, but there is some color here and there.

The book consists of nine episodes, beginning with the story of Ammon. Unfortunately, we are left hanging when the king decides he wants to learn a
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L.T. Downing
Dec 24, 2015 L.T. Downing rated it it was amazing
I've purchased other books and movies that set out to bring the Book of Mormon stories to life. To be perfectly honest, some really bored my kids, especially the older ones. iPlates is definitely not boring. Of course it may not be for your 4 year old, but older children and teens will get a kick out of it. It holds to the actual storyline, but brings in a lot of fun, contemporary things that will surprise you--and ward off boredom. Your kids will remember this version. I've only got one kid ...more
Rebecca
Jan 19, 2015 Rebecca rated it really liked it
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This was an entertaining comic based on parts of Mosiah and Alma in The Book of Mormon. Some of it was a little hard for me to follow, when there was creative license and I couldn't follow the art. It was still fun to read, though!
Stephan van Velzen
Jan 19, 2015 Stephan van Velzen rated it really liked it
A very fun read based on parts of The Book of Mormon. Some familiarity with the original material might be necessary to understand everything that's going on, as the creators have clearly opted for a less-is-more approach. Regardless, some of their more creative interpretations of Book of Mormon events are hilarious!
Mark Smiley
Apr 08, 2014 Mark Smiley rated it really liked it
The stories are familiar but interpreted quite differently. The artwork is wonderful with plenty of humor and drama. Thanks, team!
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Stephen Carter has been a member of Readaholics Anonymous since age four when Mister M with the Munchy Mouth first entered his life. In an attempt to make his addiction to words profitable, Stephen worked as a full-time journalist for a few years before running off to Alaska to earn an MFA in creative writing. He is currently a stay-at-home dad by day and a magazine editor by night. His writing ...more
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