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Finding Nemo: Reef Rescue (Finding Nemo (Boom Kids!))
The biggest selling DVD of all time comes to comics Nemo, Dory and Marlin have become local heroes, and are recruited to embark on an all-new adventure. Their reef is mysteriously dying and no one knows why Facing dangerous waters and incredible odds, Nemo travels the great blue sea to save the one thing that matters most of all--home.
Paperback, 112 pages
Published November 3rd 2009 by BOOM! Studios
(first published 2009)
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This was a fantastic sequel to the movie. It really showed how everyone's lives went on after the movie, and how they are still intertwined on a daily basis. And of course, they're all still going on adventures together! A very well done plot, and I could, of course, still hear all of the actor's voices in my head reading this. It takes Nemo, Merlin, Dory, and Squirt on an adventure to seek out answers concerning the sudden death of local coral. In the course of their mission they find Gil and t ...more
Nemo, Dory, and Squirt are back in another exciting adventure. Something is killing the coral in their reef and all the creatures living there are on the verge of emergency evacuation. With the help of Marlin, Nemo's dad, the three young friends head out in search of the cause of this plague and a cure. The characters are true to their movie form, even absent-minded Dory. Look for more new undersea tales of Nemo in the future. Boom Kids! is also giving us more stories with the characters from Ca ...more
Aug 28, 2015 Melissa rated it it was ok · review of another edition
I just really wasn't feeling this one. I think it didn't really translate well into a comic book. The illustrations were awesome though, and it was cool to see Amy Mebberson's artwork. I follow her on tumblr. I guess I didn't really take to "The Tribe", or Seth the squid. I guess seeing the movie really worked because you could see the water, the animation of the fish swimming...something was lost in the graphic novel.