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Oh My Glob! We’ve unleashed some of the industry’s best cartoonists into the Land of Ooo to share their most algebraic and original stories! WHAT TIME IS IT?! It’s ADVENTURE TIME COMICS time! These sweet shorts come in many shapes and sizes, featuring all of the beloved characters from the Land of Ooo, written and illustrated by acclaimed cartoonists and storytellers from Oh My Glob! We’ve unleashed some of the industry’s best cartoonists into the Land of Ooo to share their most algebraic and original stories! WHAT TIME IS IT?! It’s ADVENTURE TIME COMICS time! These sweet shorts come in many shapes and sizes, featuring all of the beloved characters from the Land of Ooo, written and illustrated by acclaimed cartoonists and storytellers from all over the world.   Featuring work by: Katie Cook (My Little Pony), Art Baltazar (Tiny Titans), Tony Millionaire (Maakies and the Sock Monkey), Box Brown (Andre the Giant), Greg Smallwood (Moon Knight), Sophia Foster-Dimino, Marguerite Sauvage (DC Bombshells), Kelly Thompson (Jem And The Holograms), Savanna Ganucheau (Bloom), S. M. Vidaurri (Iron), Veronica Fish (Archie), Jim Zub (Wayward), Derek Charm (Jughead), James Lloyd (Above the Dreamless Dead), and many more!


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Oh My Glob! We’ve unleashed some of the industry’s best cartoonists into the Land of Ooo to share their most algebraic and original stories! WHAT TIME IS IT?! It’s ADVENTURE TIME COMICS time! These sweet shorts come in many shapes and sizes, featuring all of the beloved characters from the Land of Ooo, written and illustrated by acclaimed cartoonists and storytellers from Oh My Glob! We’ve unleashed some of the industry’s best cartoonists into the Land of Ooo to share their most algebraic and original stories! WHAT TIME IS IT?! It’s ADVENTURE TIME COMICS time! These sweet shorts come in many shapes and sizes, featuring all of the beloved characters from the Land of Ooo, written and illustrated by acclaimed cartoonists and storytellers from all over the world.   Featuring work by: Katie Cook (My Little Pony), Art Baltazar (Tiny Titans), Tony Millionaire (Maakies and the Sock Monkey), Box Brown (Andre the Giant), Greg Smallwood (Moon Knight), Sophia Foster-Dimino, Marguerite Sauvage (DC Bombshells), Kelly Thompson (Jem And The Holograms), Savanna Ganucheau (Bloom), S. M. Vidaurri (Iron), Veronica Fish (Archie), Jim Zub (Wayward), Derek Charm (Jughead), James Lloyd (Above the Dreamless Dead), and many more!

30 review for Adventure Time Comics Vol. 1

  1. 5 out of 5

    Morris

    “Adventure Time Comics Vol. 1” is the perfect comic collection for beginning readers. All of the beloved characters from the show are there, and the stories are short but fun. Each story features a different artistic style, so it is also a good introduction to the world of comics in general. Of course, it isn’t just for kids! This unbiased review is based upon a complimentary copy provided by the publisher.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Alison

    I love Adventure Time but this wasn't what I thought it was. This was just a collection of random mini comics from various artists and some of them were only like 2 pages long. I love Adventure Time but this wasn't what I thought it was. This was just a collection of random mini comics from various artists and some of them were only like 2 pages long.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Ryan

    I have to be honest. I have never read or seen adventure time until now. This is probably not the best book for a novice. I say this because it is a collection of comic shorts by various people across the world. For example Art Balthazar does the first comic about the toothpaste fairy. If you liked the Tiny Titans, then you would love that comic. There are some dark ones in the style of Prince Valiant etc. I think those who already know and love the series, will love this book. As for me, it was I have to be honest. I have never read or seen adventure time until now. This is probably not the best book for a novice. I say this because it is a collection of comic shorts by various people across the world. For example Art Balthazar does the first comic about the toothpaste fairy. If you liked the Tiny Titans, then you would love that comic. There are some dark ones in the style of Prince Valiant etc. I think those who already know and love the series, will love this book. As for me, it was just okay.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Jemma

    This graphic novel was cute. It features mini stories by loads of different authors - there must have been at least 12 different stories in here. Each contributor used a different art style which was quite cool to see different perspectives on the characters we already know and love.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Alex Sarll

    Shorts from creators who can't necessarily commit to a whole issue but nonetheless want a chance to play in Ooo, and who can blame them? Kelly Thompson, Tony Millionaire, Veronica Fish (whose two pages are maybe the most beautiful thing here), Jim Zub...a lot of the contributions are fairly slight, but they're generally sweet with it. The real problem only arises in a couple of stories where the characters are drawn vaguely realistically, with noses and such, which I always find unsettling. Shorts from creators who can't necessarily commit to a whole issue but nonetheless want a chance to play in Ooo, and who can blame them? Kelly Thompson, Tony Millionaire, Veronica Fish (whose two pages are maybe the most beautiful thing here), Jim Zub...a lot of the contributions are fairly slight, but they're generally sweet with it. The real problem only arises in a couple of stories where the characters are drawn vaguely realistically, with noses and such, which I always find unsettling.

  6. 4 out of 5

    McKenzie Richardson

    For more reviews, check out my blog: Craft-Cycle As with any anthology-style collection, you're going to have stories that are amazing and some that are okay and some you don't really connect to. This one was no exception. Some of the stories were so great I didn't want them to end while others were just alright. There were none that I completely hated and they all had their own charm. I will say that this is one of the most fun in terms of artwork. It was so cool to see those beloved characters i For more reviews, check out my blog: Craft-Cycle As with any anthology-style collection, you're going to have stories that are amazing and some that are okay and some you don't really connect to. This one was no exception. Some of the stories were so great I didn't want them to end while others were just alright. There were none that I completely hated and they all had their own charm. I will say that this is one of the most fun in terms of artwork. It was so cool to see those beloved characters in various forms with each artist's rendering. All of the artwork was amazing. It took me a little bit to get used to the idea of changing the original style of the characters, but by the end I just loved the artwork and all of the reimaginings of the characters and the Land of Ooo. The two that stood out the most to me were Greg Smallwood's "The Greatest Warrior Ever" (damn, that one was so good) and Marguerite Sauvage's "Lost in Space". Also, shout out to Art Baltazar and Evgeny Yakovlev for some adorably amazing artwork. Overall, a good book for fans of Adventure Time. This one would probably be a bit hard to follow for those who haven't seen the show or at least have a passing knowledge of the characters/premise. I already got the second volume and am excited to read more.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Marc-André

    I received this book from Netgalley in exchange of an honest review. This is a collection of short comics that take place in the Adventure Time world. Each comic is a just a few pages long and each one is written and drawed by a different author. The art is generally top notch for each comic, and each author use their own personal style to convey their vision of Adventure Time. I perticularly liked the realistic and detailed style of Greg Smallwood in "The Greatest Warrior Ever". The problem with I received this book from Netgalley in exchange of an honest review. This is a collection of short comics that take place in the Adventure Time world. Each comic is a just a few pages long and each one is written and drawed by a different author. The art is generally top notch for each comic, and each author use their own personal style to convey their vision of Adventure Time. I perticularly liked the realistic and detailed style of Greg Smallwood in "The Greatest Warrior Ever". The problem with this anthology is that the format does a diservice to the authors of the comics and the stories they produced. Adventure Time became popular thanks to its humor, but it was also the development of its characters and of its plot that made it quality TV. Here, the authors are limited to just a few pages to tell a story. They cannot develop plot or character. So humor is the main focus of the comics. All the authors try to do humor, but most often the joke fell flat. It isn't easy to match the humor of another author's series and to understand the desgin hilosophy behind it. Just being silly isn't what made Advetnure Time popular. The comics would have benefited from scripts from Pendleton Ward, the creator of the popular series. I do not recommend this comic anthology unless the person is a diehard Adventure Time fan and collector.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Grace (The Reading Raindoe)

    This anthology has a really cute feel to it. Every story has a different artist, but the cuteness is maintained throughout the book. I specifically love Katie Cook and Sophia Foster-Dimino’s art. I also love the party bears in the BMO Deluxe issue. The Veronica Fish issue is beautiful, as well. I will say that some of these stories felt like they weren’t quite detailed enough and were more just filler. However, I think the book overall was fairly entertaining and enjoyable. I would recommend it This anthology has a really cute feel to it. Every story has a different artist, but the cuteness is maintained throughout the book. I specifically love Katie Cook and Sophia Foster-Dimino’s art. I also love the party bears in the BMO Deluxe issue. The Veronica Fish issue is beautiful, as well. I will say that some of these stories felt like they weren’t quite detailed enough and were more just filler. However, I think the book overall was fairly entertaining and enjoyable. I would recommend it for any fans of the Adventure Time series. I was provided a copy of this book from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. Originally posted on The Reading Raindoe

  9. 5 out of 5

    tyto

    I received this from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. This is such a fun collection - it's super short stories written and illustrated by a bunch of different people. This means that you get to experience Adventure Time from a bunch of different perspectives and in different illustration styles (one of my favorite things). Despite the different writers, the collection maintains the spirit and quirkiness of the show, and they really nailed the characterizations. If you enjoy the one-off I received this from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. This is such a fun collection - it's super short stories written and illustrated by a bunch of different people. This means that you get to experience Adventure Time from a bunch of different perspectives and in different illustration styles (one of my favorite things). Despite the different writers, the collection maintains the spirit and quirkiness of the show, and they really nailed the characterizations. If you enjoy the one-off little stories in the back of collections, this will be right up your alley.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Kitty G Books

    This was one of my #GettingGraphic reads and it's an anthology of different short stories and artists set in the Adventure Time world. Because of the nature of the anthology there was a range of good and not as good so I ended up rating this just 3*s. It's a likeable read and there were a few stories that did stand out, but as they are all so very short it's hard to really get into and enjoy. I doubt I'll read more in the anthology series, as I think it was just a mixed bag, but I will for sure This was one of my #GettingGraphic reads and it's an anthology of different short stories and artists set in the Adventure Time world. Because of the nature of the anthology there was a range of good and not as good so I ended up rating this just 3*s. It's a likeable read and there were a few stories that did stand out, but as they are all so very short it's hard to really get into and enjoy. I doubt I'll read more in the anthology series, as I think it was just a mixed bag, but I will for sure continue to enjoy the main series and read those :)

  11. 5 out of 5

    Anna

    Fun lil shorts collected together. absolutely non-sequitur stuff, not to be confused with the _other_ Adventure Time comicbooks line Some art is utterly ridiculous (Finn's lullaby), some utterly amazing and I need 3 seasons and a movie of (Marceline & Bubblegum Lost In Space) Couple other fav shorts - Good Shelf (looks like it came straight from the show) and Greatest Warrior Ever (if gritty realistic artstyle, yeah!) There's also the full covers gallery in the back. Fun lil shorts collected together. absolutely non-sequitur stuff, not to be confused with the _other_ Adventure Time comicbooks line Some art is utterly ridiculous (Finn's lullaby), some utterly amazing and I need 3 seasons and a movie of (Marceline & Bubblegum Lost In Space) Couple other fav shorts - Good Shelf (looks like it came straight from the show) and Greatest Warrior Ever (if gritty realistic artstyle, yeah!) There's also the full covers gallery in the back.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Halim

    This book was totally DOPE! It perfectly captured the humor and authenticity of the TV Show while featuring gorgeous visuals. I also like the fact that each short story/segment had its own unique drawing/art style. Not one segment was like the other and that’s where the power of this book comes from. I can’t wait to read other installments and lost myself in the land of Ooo!!!

  13. 5 out of 5

    Karli

    I’ve been trying to get more into graphic novels, and this looked like a fun one to pick up! However, the problem with this was that I’ve never seen the show. So the characters were all unknown to me. But that being sat aside, some of the short graphic novels in it were just not my style, boring, and I skipped over.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Norman Cook

    This collection of mini stories by various artists shows how flexible the Adventure Time universe is. This isn't for someone new to the franchise, but for those who are familiar with it, there is something for everyone. Some of the stories are better than others, as one would expect in an anthology like this, but all are creative and imaginative, although probably not canonical. This collection of mini stories by various artists shows how flexible the Adventure Time universe is. This isn't for someone new to the franchise, but for those who are familiar with it, there is something for everyone. Some of the stories are better than others, as one would expect in an anthology like this, but all are creative and imaginative, although probably not canonical.

  15. 4 out of 5

    McKinlay

    *i received a copy of this from the publisher and netgalley in exchange for an honest review* i've only seen this show a handful of times and still found this collection to be really fun and entertaining. i'm sure for someone who loves the show, it'd be a 5 star read! *i received a copy of this from the publisher and netgalley in exchange for an honest review* i've only seen this show a handful of times and still found this collection to be really fun and entertaining. i'm sure for someone who loves the show, it'd be a 5 star read!

  16. 5 out of 5

    Kathleen

    I loved the diversity of art styles in this book! The realistic ones are especially funny since the characters are usually super cartoony! All these stories are great, and I could totally see them happening on the show.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Jeff Lewonczyk

    Cute collection of short comics by a bunch of different cartoonists featuring original AT stories. About as lightweight and uneven as you'd expect from such a thing, but fun sleepytime fodder overall. Cute collection of short comics by a bunch of different cartoonists featuring original AT stories. About as lightweight and uneven as you'd expect from such a thing, but fun sleepytime fodder overall.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Glyn

    Pretty much what it says on the tin; some entries are stronger than others. The main draws are the fact that it’s Adventure Time content, and to see the different art styles. A neat read if you’re a big fan but not required reading imo.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Kristine

    Adventure Time Comics, Vol. 1 by....a Whole Lot of People and the Kitchen Sink is a free NetGalley e-comicbook that I read in late March. A giant conglomerate parfait of different art styles, Princesses, Princes, and Kings, all within 15 one-shot, internally disconnected stories and replete with the randomness that I love from the TV show. Oh, and dizzyingly Technicolor bright colors abound.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Sara

    Colorful and fun if you like the show you will enjoy it

  21. 4 out of 5

    Hamster

    Not bad. I don't enjoy the piddly short comics as much as the longer semi-thought-out ones. The different styles are fun though. Some are downright strange. Not bad. I don't enjoy the piddly short comics as much as the longer semi-thought-out ones. The different styles are fun though. Some are downright strange.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Chelsea

    So many great artists in this volume, and some really funny short story lines.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Pinky

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Finn visits the Fluoride King to get some toothpaste in a dream. LSP helps the skeleton Prince get a prom date. Schrodinger's Cat helps Marceline and Bubblegum get Cinnamon Bun back. Finn visits the Fluoride King to get some toothpaste in a dream. LSP helps the skeleton Prince get a prom date. Schrodinger's Cat helps Marceline and Bubblegum get Cinnamon Bun back.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Lou Braibant

    Very relaxing and enjoyable, feels like a bedtime comic.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Lacey Miller

    Fun this has a bunch of short comics with different artists

  26. 4 out of 5

    John Duggan

    Never really been into Adventure Time (I think I have seen two episodes) but I liked the different art styles and the silly humour. if you are looking for a good quick laugh this book is perfect.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Wendi Lee

    *I received this copy from the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review* I am a big fan of both the Adventure Time TV show and the comic books, so I was delighted to have a chance to read this compilation of different cartoonists showing their version of the Land of Ooo! My favorites were "BMO Deluxe," "Riviera Reverie," and "Ticked-Off." As these were all shorts, they didn't have the complexity of the regular Adventure Time graphic novels. However, the different illustrations of *I received this copy from the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review* I am a big fan of both the Adventure Time TV show and the comic books, so I was delighted to have a chance to read this compilation of different cartoonists showing their version of the Land of Ooo! My favorites were "BMO Deluxe," "Riviera Reverie," and "Ticked-Off." As these were all shorts, they didn't have the complexity of the regular Adventure Time graphic novels. However, the different illustrations of Jake, Finn, Princess Bubblegum and Marceline were fun to look at, and overall, I was pleased with the collection.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Me myself and random stuff

    this was such an awesome comic. my younger brother actually read it first and offered for me to read it, of course, I said yes as I really enjoy the show of adventure time this was great as the show and I loved the changing artwork styles. also, some subtle bubbline stuff which I loved

  29. 4 out of 5

    Jamie-Lee Turner

    A great mix of artists and writers bringing together the best and funniest bits that we all love about Adventure Time with visits from iconic characters and princesses in a variety of art styles that all do the show justice..

  30. 4 out of 5

    Wayne McCoy

    'Adventure Time Comics Vol. 1' is a series of short adventures by lots of different writers and artists. It's a really creative graphic novel. With stories by Art Baltazar, Katie Cook, Tony Millionaire and others, there are new stories and art styles every few pages. There is a story about the toothpaste fairy who lives in the castle Jake makes out of Finn's toothpaste. Finn thinks he can build bookshelves and furniture, but he uses squirrel wood, so the furniture turns into piles of squirrels. M 'Adventure Time Comics Vol. 1' is a series of short adventures by lots of different writers and artists. It's a really creative graphic novel. With stories by Art Baltazar, Katie Cook, Tony Millionaire and others, there are new stories and art styles every few pages. There is a story about the toothpaste fairy who lives in the castle Jake makes out of Finn's toothpaste. Finn thinks he can build bookshelves and furniture, but he uses squirrel wood, so the furniture turns into piles of squirrels. Marceline has to finish a song to help out a ghost in her guitar. BMO becomes a superstar, but at what cost? Every story in this collection is good. Some are stronger with story, and some with art, but the pace was good, the variety was excellent, and I had a great time reading these. I received a review copy of this graphic novel from kaBOOM!, BOOM! Studios, and NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. Thank you for allowing me to review this graphic novel.

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