Boom! Studios 2016 Summer Blast FCBD 2016 Edition

Boom Studios Summer Blast FCBD Edition In the BOOM Studios Summer Blast read all new original short stories of David Petersen s Mouse Guard and Jim Henson s Labyrinth Plus get sneak peeks of the upcoming new Adventure Time Comics s

  • Title: Boom! Studios 2016 Summer Blast FCBD 2016 Edition
  • Author: Box Brown Cory Godbey David Peterson Jen Wang Hope Larson K.I. Zachopoulos
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 297
  • Format: None
  • In the BOOM Studios 2016 Summer Blast, read all new, original short stories of David Petersen s Mouse Guard and Jim Henson s Labyrinth Plus, get sneak peeks of the upcoming new Adventure Time Comics series, the Lumberjanes Don t Axe, Don t Tale special, and this summer s highly anticipated original graphic novel from Archaia, The Cloud As a bonus, we ve included previIn the BOOM Studios 2016 Summer Blast, read all new, original short stories of David Petersen s Mouse Guard and Jim Henson s Labyrinth Plus, get sneak peeks of the upcoming new Adventure Time Comics series, the Lumberjanes Don t Axe, Don t Tale special, and this summer s highly anticipated original graphic novel from Archaia, The Cloud As a bonus, we ve included preview pages from Goldie Vance, our newest BOOM Box debut There s something in this Free Comic Book Day issue for everyone

    One thought on “Boom! Studios 2016 Summer Blast FCBD 2016 Edition”

    1. Read this for the Mouse Guard story, as usual, but I do want to get around to reading Lumberjanes someday, as it looks good and I've heard good things too.

    2. This was a nice little collection of singles & samplers for Free Comic Book Day. Started off with a short little story set in the magical world within the film Labyrinth. Ludo feels sick and he traverses all of Labyrinth-land to find comfort. It's beautifully drawn but the story is nothing great. I loved seeing so many familiar faces and I wonder if there's any chance for an extended story with these characters I'm sure for FCBD, they wanted something simple they could wrap up in six pages, [...]

    3. These are nice little vignettes from different series that do not require much prior knowledge. But it leaves me wondering why there is no comic book series set in the world of Labyrinth. There was a manga series, but surely BOOM! Studios can explore other areas of the lore or add on to it.

    4. If you are already reading Lumberjanes and Goldie Vance like I am, there is no need to pick this up. There is no new content. However, it is a nice sampler for those who are not a regular reader.

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