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In the ancient times of Gods and heroes, evil attempted to seize the world disguising themselves as six different gods. While they were spreading all their power of destruction, six heroes, each with extraordinary powers and brandishing sacred weapons, rose against these incarnations of evil. The evil was defeated and sealed in a secret place within the red desert on the ...more
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Published March 24th 2020 by Papercutz
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Jan 25, 2020 rated it liked it
Heroes Reborn (The Mythics #1) by Philippe Ogaki

ARC provided by NetGalley and Papercutz. All opinions are mine and freely given.

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'The Mythicz' is a children's graphic novel/comic book series written by the French team of Philippe Ogaki and Patricia Lyfoung, and Patrick Sobral.

First released in France under the name Les Mythics in 2018, the title is set to begin release in the U.S. on March 24th, 2020. It is your basic good vs evil tale, stretching across the ages to bring legendary heroes together with
Feb 16, 2020 rated it really liked it
Shelves: arc, read-2020
*received for free from netgalley for honest review* I really liked the art and the idea in this comic and even the characters themevles for the most part but it was really short imo even for a comic? and im not really sure If theres going to be a pattern to the god thing or? but I mean it wasn't bad
Jan 11, 2020 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: library
This book was received as an ARC from Papercutz in exchange for an honest review. Opinions and thoughts expressed in this review are completely my own.

I could not stop reading this graphic novel. Immediately when I first read the book, I thought...Captain Planet. I am a die hard fan so I knew I would love this graphic novel and I could not be more happy. The dialogue, plot, characters and especially the artwork were so breathtakingly genius and fascinating that it made me love this book even
Mar 17, 2020 rated it it was amazing
This is a fantastic comic that explores the depth of the mythlogical status of the old pagan religions that we know and love. My favorite part was the Egyptian part, although I feel Set is a creation of Apep. The real Set would not damage Egypt like this. I was shocked at Loki's relevation, and I felt this comic was fantastic. I just don't have words to express the brilliance of the script, each of the characters and I cannot wait to see what is in store.

I loved the Norse and Egyptians the best.
Tracey S
Jan 10, 2020 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
I was lucky to be approved by Netgalley to read the arc of Mythics Heroes Reborn which is a Children's Graphic Novel by Philippe Ogaki, Patricia Lyfoung, Patrick Sobral and in my view it was fabtastic and I want more please. The Graphic Novel is split into three parts and tells the story of Yuko from Japan, Amir from Egypt and Abigail from Germany. I'm not going to go into anymore detail as it would spoil things for other readers but what I will say is the artwork was amazing as was the actual ...more
Meddling Reader
Mar 18, 2020 rated it liked it
A team of astronauts unknowingly unleash Evil from its prison on Mars and bring it back to Earth. The descendants of the six heroes who banished him the first time are in for quite the shock! Not only are their ordinary lives turned upside down as their ghostly ancestors try to help them navigate their new powers But somehow they are supposed to figure out how to defeat a fast growing entity and save the world

In these pages follow the origin stories of the first three heroes:

Yuko, a normal
Dec 19, 2019 rated it liked it
I received an eARC via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.

I admit I don't read a lot of graphic novels, but I happen to fell in love for some of them from the plot, that is too interesting to miss. The Mythics is one of them.
As the beginning of a series it is good, the drawings are generally well made and I like it to be divided into three mini-stories with different MC, which present the various heroes of the saga. My favorite is without doubt Abigail!

I found, however, that it was a bit
Cindy Mitchell *Kiss the Book*
Heroes Reborn (Mythics #1) by Philippe Ogaki and PatrickSobral, 155 pages. GRAPHIC NOVEL. Papercutz, 2020. $20.

Language: G (0 swears, 0 f); Mature Content: PG; Violence: PG



Evil is on Earth, and he has chosen human vessels as hosts for his power, but, no matter where Evil rises, though, heroes are preparing to defeat him. In this volume, Yuko fights Evil in Japan, Amir fights Evil in Egypt, and Abi fights Evil in Germany. Wish these new heroes
Carro Herdegen
Dec 31, 2019 rated it it was ok
Shelves: kiss-the-book
Language: G (0 swears, 0 f); Mature Content: PG; Violence: PG
Evil is on Earth, and he has chosen human vessels as hosts for his power, but, no matter where Evil rises, though, heroes are preparing to defeat him. In this volume, Yuko fights Evil in Japan, Amir fights Evil in Egypt, and Abi fights Evil in Germany. Wish these new heroes luck!
In typical good versus evil fashion, these three new heroes have a lot to learn before they can win, and their stories were fun to read though not unique.
Sarah M
Dec 29, 2019 rated it liked it
Shelves: 2019
Received this as an E-ARC via Netgalley. Thank you to the publishers, Papercutz. All opinions are my own.

A very sweet graphic novel which reminded me a lot of the WITCH-comics I read (and LOVED) as a young girl. That too had this sort of manga-esque style which, for something aimed towards children, feels appropriate. As someone who's always been a bit of a mythology buff this was a nice (but done before) spin on some of the pantheons of mythology out there in the world. As far as I gather
Dec 28, 2019 rated it did not like it
There might be a reasonable sci-fi comic here, but you do have to look past all the horridly inane bickering, childish manga stylings and dialogue such as a daughter saying "Congratulations, papa! The fusion torch is your project" just in case said daddy/world-class scientist is so dim he didn't even know that. Bad decisions continue with the design of the Splinter equivalent, and the Minions equivalents being bipedal turtles with some kind of bright blue tonsures, which may be a sign that ...more
Jan 25, 2020 rated it liked it
*I received a copy of this book from the publisher through NetGalley.

I loved the premise of this one, it was very reminiscent of other things I love. It includes a few tales of children/teens who are descendants of great warriors/gods having to take up the mantle to defeat evil. I really enjoyed the settings and story of each character as well as the challenges that they faced but it kind of seemed disjointed as a whole. I did kindof wish there had been a prologue of sorts that set up the
Jan 10, 2020 rated it liked it
Fun comic along the same lines as Percy Jackson. The best parts were seeing how these parallel stories would be compelling and unique. My favorite was the Raijin story, I loved the nods to pop culture and the integration of the drums. My least favorite section was the Freya part as it had a lot of elements that I personally don't care for such as frenemies and male gaze issues. I did, however appreciate the Die Hard reference even if the intended audience will probably miss it.
Engel Dreizehn
Dec 26, 2019 rated it really liked it
ARC Copy...I did this title having potential in kiddie's libraries on the basis, it's a modern take on mythology and myth powered kids will interest the Percy Jackson crowds. I did there was a diverse cultural selection of mythologies explored. My favorite is the Egyptian boy who is probably the youngest and most innocent of the world yet he is still a hero in heart.
Jax  Quenault
Dec 30, 2019 rated it it was ok
2/5 stars:

I very kindly recieved the e-Arc of this in exhange for an honest review

I really liked the art style and the concept was intriguing but I wasn't a bit fan of the characters or the way it was written. I would be curious seeing what else the author or artist have released or are going to though.
Cass Moskowitz
Mar 11, 2020 rated it really liked it
Shelves: graphic-novel, poc, ya
A beautiful mix of Sailor Moon, mythology, and the old 90s show Mummies Alive! A group of children find out they are heirs to ancient powers of their ancestors and must defeat the great evil that rivaled them long ago. I need the second one now and this one isnt even out for the public yet! ...more
Note: I received a digital review copy of this book from the publisher through NetGalley.
Halee Denise
arc kindly provided by the publisher and netgalley in exchange for an honest review

This was an okay read to me. I liked the premise of it, of descendants of ancient gods and beings having to suddenly fight evil when it reappears. This did deliver on that but I think this was just a bit too young for me. It was super predictable and everything plot wise was just a little too convenient. I liked most of the art style so it was still enjoyable to read, just not my favourite! But Im sure the target
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Né à Agen en 1977, Philippe Ogaki a toujours rêvé devenir dessinateur de bande dessinée. Mais ne croyant pas son rêve possible, il s'oriente vers des études de design industriel, qu'il complète plus tard par un diplôme d'architecte d'intérieur à l'école Boulle. Il travaille d'abord pour le cinéma en tant que story-boarder et designer pour divers courts et moyens métrages, puis pendant plusieurs ...more

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