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Shadowbinders: Book One

3.83 of 5 stars 3.83  ·  rating details  ·  12 ratings  ·  5 reviews
Mia White was an ordinary high school girl with ordinary high school
problems. That all changed the day she was given her grandfather’s
mysterious journal and an even more mysterious antique ring -- one
that transports her to another world!

Now this ordinary girl finds herself in an extraordinary realm filled
with airships, flying serpents and clockwork cities! But her biggest
Paperback, 168 pages
Published October 31st 2012 by Clownfish Studios LLC
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C.C. Rogers
My biggest complaint with Shadowbinders is that I'm impatient for more. :-)

Book One is an exciting romp but you can tell the story is only getting warmed up. The cast of characters is quite an eclectic and fascinating bunch. I particularly love seeing the evolution of the relationship between Rhen and Mia. (view spoiler)
I've known of this web comic for years, but I had a hard time getting into the storytelling style of web-comics, so when it was collected like this, I had to support it.

The story itself was fine, nothing amazing, but a few good moments mostly surrounding Winston. I believe some of my issues with the book revolved around it being adapted from the web series, since some of the dialogue seemed choppy or disjointed at times. I'm also not a fan of "thought balloons" unless it's only one character (I'
Rebecca McKinnon
It's been a while since I've read a graphic novel, so this was really fun.

While the idea (girl gets magical object, finds herself transported to a different world, etc., etc., etc.) isn't original, it's done well.

Two complaints. The first one is that the 6th chapter is really all about back story. I didn't feel like much happened there. The other is about Mia. She's kinda ditzy, and a flake, and she just bugged me.
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