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Operation Zero (Witch & Wizard Graphic Novel #2)

3.89  ·  Rating Details ·  288 Ratings  ·  17 Reviews
Whit and Wisty get the shock of their lives when a member of the New Order's inner circle, The One Who Bans Books, contacts them with a clandestine proposal: he wants their help in removing The One Who Is The One from power He confesses to having grown disgusted with the N.O., and reveals that he's aware of an ancient book of the occult that holds a spell for stripping an ...more
Hardcover, 104 pages
Published April 12th 2011 by IDW Publishing
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This is the second book in what I'm calling the Nick Experiment, wherein I read it, and then make the kid read it to verify (or not) my claims of suckage.
And this was making me feel like a superior parent.
Then a few minutes ago, I had my 9 year old lie and tell the Jehovah's Witnesses at the door that 'Mommy has the flu'.
And, once again, I've knocked myself out of the running for Mother of the Year.
Although, when you think about it, learning how to deflect JWs is a freakin' awesome life-skill to
Erin Dixon
Jun 24, 2016 Erin Dixon rated it liked it
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I read James Patterson's Witch & Wizard Operation Zero graphic novel. The witch is Wisty Allgood, and the wizard is her brother, Whit Allgood. They've been cast out of their society, because they possess special magical powers, and they are told that they can bring down the New Order (N.O.), a totalitarian regime set to protect their society to dispose of anyone or anything that causes rebellion.
It is Wisty's turn to be the leader of their secret organization to oust the New Order's leader,
Sorry, this graphic novel was lame like the first. 2.5 at best, but entirely worthy of a stand-alone 2.

The art is bleh. At times I almost enjoy it, but I'm bombarded with yet another "teenage" girl in a belly shirt and I say to myself, "humph, wonder why the artist insists no girls where normal outfits." Then there is the bleh writing, and the bad bubble placement. It gets in the way of the cells.

There are dozens of YA graphic novels I would recommend in front of this. A blessedly short read,
Oct 11, 2012 quinnster rated it did not like it
Yep, still bad. Almost worse. The book follows the same pattern as the first. Even down to the trying to fry The One Who is the One. The whole thing just irritates me. Patterson so badly wants a Harry Potter world, but he just sucks at YA fantasy. Whit and Wisty (two of the dumbest book names by the way) are beyond irritating and cliched. I really just can't stand them. I was hoping the graphics would stand up better than the first book, but they just don't. Now at least I can say I gave the eff ...more
Aug 13, 2016 Maria rated it it was ok
I didn't like Operation Zero.

This graphic novel only reminded me of how irritated I was with what happened in this series during The Fire.

What kind of depiction was this of Wisty? Full of curves, impossible. Because as opinionated and loud-mouthed she is, Wisty was awkward with her body, looks, and power.

And Whit was a such a jerk here. Is this the boy who's constantly pining over Celia? Ridiculous.
Cathrine Bonham
Feb 13, 2013 Cathrine Bonham rated it liked it
I have to say that this Graphic novel was much better than the actual novels in this series. I liked that there was another character that had magic. I liked the plot line involving an old book with the power to bind magical abilities. I also loved that they traveled through new dimensions other than the shadowland.

All told a well done comic.
Whit and Wisty are on quest to kill the evil and thats what they want. But its not that easy to just kill him. They go though journey of hope and despair, so they decide to work together as a team and form an arm full of kids. Their army is strong an deadly. Can they survive when the evil mastermind comes for them?
Randy Daugherty
Dec 05, 2015 Randy Daugherty rated it liked it
The 2nd in the series by James Patterson, we have witches, wizards, fighting, and book burning. Though the story was a quick read for me while waiting to work for a customer I enjoyed it and thought it a good selection for middle school or older readers.
Nov 16, 2011 Roseann rated it really liked it
I'll have to say I was surprised when this graphic novel turn up on my 'hold' shelf as I was expecting the next novel. I decided to read it anyway and enjoyed it, but I still will be looking for the next novel installment of the series.
Jun 05, 2014 Michael rated it did not like it
I raced through it. Artwork was too cartoonish. The storyline could not keep my attention. Won't read any of the others in the series.
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