Thursday, April 16, 2015

Review: Angry Birds Comics Volume 2: When Pigs Fly by Paul Tobin and Isa Python


SUMMARY FROM NETGALLEY.COM:
The adventures continue in these charming, all-ages comics featuring who else, the Angry Birds!
MY TAKE:
I enjoyed the first book in this series so I was excited to read this book.

In Angry Birds Comics Volume 2: When Pigs Fly, readers are treated to the crazy antics of the angry birds and bad piggies for a second time.

I enjoyed this book a lot, and if you're a fan of the game or the cartoons, I'm sure you'll like this book as well. The book is colorful and the main Angry Birds characters are here, so if you play the game or watch the show, you'll have no trouble recognizing the characters. The characters each have distinct personalities, which was fun to see. My favorite, of course, are the three blue birds because they were childlike and cute.

The book contains nine stories. Three of the those stories are focused on the Bad Piggies. I particularly liked the one wherein the piggies try to learn how to use a trampoline to counteract the birds' slingshot.

Of the stories focused on the birds, my favorite was the one wherein they all drank a blue juice that had an interesting effect on their speech.

Thanks to NetGalley and IDW Publishing for the e-ARC.

THE GOOD:

  1. The stories were funny.
  2. The characters had distinct personalities.
  3. The artwork is perfect for the Angry Birds. 

THE BAD:

  1.  I wanted even more stories.

READ IT IF:

  1. You like the Angry Birds game.
  2. You like watching the Angry Birds cartoon.
  3. You wonder what the birds and pigs get up to outside of the game.

RATING:
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