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Boo the World's Cutest Dog, Volume 1

3.15  ·  Rating details ·  34 ratings  ·  14 reviews
The World's Cutest Dog comes to comics! He's Boo, the Pomeranian pup that's become an internet sensation, and he's ready for four-color adventures in his first-ever graphic novel! Join Boo and his canine companions Buddy and Bluebeary Pie as they create kitchen chaos, become movie stars, celebrate the birthday of an adorable eight-year-old girl, and have many more whimsica ...more
Hardcover, 104 pages
Published January 17th 2017 by Dynamite Entertainment
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Nenia ☠️ Hecka Wicked ☠️ Campbell

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I'm a sucker for cute graphic-novels: My Little Pony, Grumpy Cat, Boo, Pusheen - I see them, and I just can't help myself. Cuteness is my kryptonite.

Boo, the World's Cutest Dog, was super popular a few years ago when his photos went viral. You couldn't go anywhere without seeing his adorable little face plastered across something. I remember this store got some of the dolls during the height of the craze, and they literally sold out a few hours after opening.

This graphic-novel has several stories, done by a
Nadin Adel
Dec 13, 2016 rated it it was ok
Shelves: children, novel
The whole 3 book series in one volume. I don't like dogs anyway :D
Wayne McCoy
Jan 22, 2017 rated it liked it
'Boo The World's Cutest Dog' is a collection of short stories in graphic novel form about an internet phenomenon I was unaware of. The stories are short and cute and completely appropriate for a young audience.

There are nine stories that feature Boo, and the other two dogs in the house he lives in, Buddy and Bluebeary. In one story, Boo is received as a birthday present, then goes on to take all the attention away from the birthday girl. In another, the dogs' owner isn't feeling well
Holly Letson
I had already read the 3 issues separately, so the only new thing in this volume for me was the cover gallery. I did enjoy the cute stories.
Note: I received a digital review copy of this book through NetGalley.
Ms. Garr
Jun 25, 2018 rated it did not like it
Grade 1 (with help) or 2 and older; book of comics about the internet sensation dog Boo (I read the version that contains volumes 1-3). I had high hopes for this because my students adore both the Boo books and graphic novels/comics. Though the artwork was adorable, the story lines were just inane, slightly bizarre, and probably over the heads of the intended audience. That being said, young readers will likely clamor for this because it stars Boo...and hopefully they won’t have very high hopes ...more
Kim Hammond
Jan 04, 2018 rated it it was amazing
It was a real cute book.
Llyr Heller-Humphreys
3.75 very cute
Even as a kids' comic, not great. The stories aren't super developed and there's a lot of jumping from one scene to another without warning.
Cute short stories with different artists and writers. Not exceptional and no overarching storyline. I'm glad I borrowed it and didn't purchase it.
Niamh Ennis
Sep 02, 2018 rated it really liked it
A little bit silly and some of it makes boo a bit unbearable, but it's very cute and funny in parts. I loved the spy issue.
Paul Franco
Jan 12, 2017 rated it liked it
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A series of short stories featuring. . . yep, you guessed it from the title, although I have to say the real Boo is actually cuter than the drawn one!
In the first story Boo’s human is jealous of all the attention doggie gets at her birthday party. In the second Boo is the dumbest of three dogs, but I guess that’s the stereotype for pretty blondes. Most of the stories are easy to read and understand, although “Obedience School” will probably be too hard for the kids who will be interested i
Dec 15, 2016 rated it really liked it
As I rate this as a children's comic, I'll give it 4 stars.

I really enjoyed the small stories of Boo and his friends, the style was very cute drawn and enjoyable (even if you're not a child). The stories only had a few pages each, so it's easy to get through this little comic in one sitting, which I found okay - and I guess when you're a kid, that's just the thing you're looking for. As I like dogs in general, I also enjoyed to see different races and their pictured personalities. And besides,
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Apr 29, 2017 rated it it was amazing
Boo and his friend, Buddy and Blueberry had very funny times on all their trips. They go through a lot of things together, and it's kind of cute how big a dogs imagination can be. The book was great and my favorite little story was, "Boo and the Birthday Bash."
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