Out of the Past
We open with a story about Killian Jones pre-Captain Hook era, as he battles what seems to be Cthulhu. I'm going to pretend it's Cthulhu, because that makes things even better. The artwork in this story ranges from excellent to really undetailed, with cha ...more
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So this graphic novel??? Comic??? has 4 chapters. The first chapter is Killian's story before he meets Milah and becomes captain Hook and I literally died bc he looks so much like colin and the story was so heartbreaking. All of the stories were heartbreaking.
Then we have a Rumbelle chapter which was nice because Belle is so intelligent!
Regina's chapter was kind of short and the drawings weren't as awesome as the rest
The changes in illustrators was more understandable in this volume as it is a collection of different stories, and each of them has its own artist, hence it's less confusing than the previous one where the story remained the same, but the artists changed and it was, above all, annoying.
I probably liked this better as it had more about characters I liked (Hook, Rumple and Hatter), but even the stories featuring Belle and Regina were good. ...more
All four stories are well done, moreso than in many other graphic novels I've read. They also fit well with the Once Upon a Time mythos. ...more
"Once Upon a Time: Out of the Past" is the second graphic novel adaptation based off of the hit ABC television series, "Once Upon a Time." In this installment join Killian Jones on an adventure through the Leviathan Shoals; watch Belle continue to be a servant of the Dark One, but helps to protect him from someone from her past; join the Evil Queen as someone from her past seeks to destroy her; and witness the o ...more
While I didn't like the different art styles,(which eventually grew on me)I have to admit I loved the stories.
In the first one we see Killian before he became Hook, on the Jolly Rogers in a bad storm. He goes to another world, which is said to have made people go crazy. After getting there, he sees his brother, while his crew fee ...more
Look, I know the guy who plays the Mad Hatter is onto bigger and better things- I'd leave the small screen if I could be Bucky Barnes in Captain America too! But I want him back on the show! ...more
PRAISE EVERYTHING HOLY WE GET MORE OF MY FAVORITE CHARACTERS
I AM STILL IN SHOCK
THANK YOU WHOEVER CAME UP WITH THIS ...more
Now I'm sorry but Regina's story in this was just boring and repetitive, I have seen her go through this on the show in several epi ...more
This is my first graphic novel that I've ever reviewed. It might possibly be the first I've ever read. So I can say, as a graphic novel novice, that it was really fun to read this. I didn't finish the first book in the Once Upon a Time book series because it was a novelization of Season 1...more
All the illustrations are done in each story by a different artist and it adds up some diversity to that comics book.
I have a preference for Jefferson ( Mad Hatter ) and Killian Jones ( Captain Hook ) Stories. ...more
I really liked these 4 short stories. I think “Dead in the Water” was perhaps the weakest of the 4 & “The Party in March” was my favourite, but I really enjoyed all of these.
1) The Party in March
2) Truth & Daggers
4) Dead in the Water