Birthright, Vol. 1: Homecoming

Joshua Williamson Andrei Bressan Adriano Lucas

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Birthright, Vol. 1: Homecoming

Birthright Vol Homecoming For the Rhodes family losing their son was the most devastating thing that could have occurredbut it couldn t prepare them for what happened when he returned Skybound s newest hit turns fantasy into

  • Title: Birthright, Vol. 1: Homecoming
  • Author: Joshua Williamson Andrei Bressan Adriano Lucas
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 344
  • Format: Paperback
  • For the Rhodes family, losing their son was the most devastating thing that could have occurredbut it couldn t prepare them for what happened when he returned Skybound s newest hit turns fantasy into reality in this all new series from the creator of Nailbiter and Ghosted Pick up this introductory priced collection and see what everyone s talking about Collecting BiFor the Rhodes family, losing their son was the most devastating thing that could have occurredbut it couldn t prepare them for what happened when he returned Skybound s newest hit turns fantasy into reality in this all new series from the creator of Nailbiter and Ghosted Pick up this introductory priced collection and see what everyone s talking about Collecting Birthright 1 5

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    1. Riley on said:

      This was a great fantasy comic book. It takes place both in modern world and in a fantasy land, switching back and forth in between the two. The pacing and transitions between scenes were perfect!! I really enjoyed this!

    2. Sean Gibson on said:

      Did this tale of a boy who goes missing in the woods, apparently becomes the chosen one who liberates a fantasy world from an oppressive god king, and returns to Earth to save his family and the world from five rogue sorcerers tickle the back of my knees in the manner of a frisky kitten eager to be scratched behind its ears and/or fed? No.Is that the worst negative analogy I have ever used to lead off a review?Sadly, probably not.Birthright gets off to a solid start, thanks mostly to a not exact [...]

    3. Paz R.M. on said:

      Oh, god no. I don't have time for this.Listen, fantasy, well High fantasy, is not only my favorite genre, but I've been reading a lot of it lately and this doesn't do it for me. It adds nothing new to the genre. It's full of clichés and the writing in here? Awful. So, I just realized I never (except for that Catwoman volume by Ann Nocent that deserved 0 stars) give 1 star ratings to comics. Dude, the kind of work of not only the writer but of the artist(s) in every volume makes me take a moment [...]

    4. Chad on said:

      An interesting twist on the old kid is transported to another world where he must become a hero story. Great art too from Andrei Bressan and Adriano Lucas. Can't wait too read the next volume.

    5. Scott (GrilledCheeseSamurai) on said:

      So you know the stories about the regular, average, normal Joe (or Jane) that get sucked away to another magical world and fight off evil and become the hero?Well, that's what this is. Only this time the spin is that all of that has already happened and this is about the hero returning to his world and dealing with the life that he left behind. This go-around the hero in question happens to be a little boy that was secreted away and while on earth only a year has passed, however, in the little b [...]

    6. Rachael ( RachaelRexds ) on said:

      This was a really quick and action-packed fantasy graphic novel and I'm so excited to pick up the next 2 volumes!

    7. Cheese on said:

      3.5 starsThis starts of as a cross between, the lion the witch and the wardrobe and Lord of the rings. I was hoping it would be more Lord of the rings or at least one of them, but it didn't quite hit the spot for me.Mikey was playing ball with his dad in the woods and ends up being kidnapped by warriors from another realm. His family goes into melt down while he is gone for a year. Divorce, break up and accusations follow. A year later he appears as a full grown man in the police station, tellin [...]

    8. Michelle Morrell on said:

      Playing in the woods with his dad, a boy goes missing. One year later a stranger is found in the woods, who says he knows what happened. Chaos ensues.Epic fantasy with a twist, gorgeous art and no punches pulled. I've already passed this along to a couple of people, this is firmly in the "must own" category.

    9. Chris on said:

      Unlike most graphic novels, Birthright doesn't include the single issue covers as breaks between each chapter. I didn't notice this until about halfway through and instead decided to stop when I reached a natural break in the story. I continued reading and finished the book in one sitting. There was no point where I wanted to put Birthright down and the final page only left me wanting more.While the lack of covers encouraged continued reading, I was disappointed that they weren't at least includ [...]

    10. Kayla (BOOKadoodles) on said:

      Great start to a promising fantasy series! Cannot wait for the second volume! I love the back-and-forth storytelling, and the art is well done--the action sequences are fantastic.

    11. Pamela on said:

      Looking at all of the early reviews for this one, I again feel as though Ive missed something crucial. Or perhaps it's just that I'm approaching this from a more critical standpoint. When I start a comic, unless it's Batgirl or Daredevil or American Vampire or Chew (okay, weird cross-section, but whatever), I'm starting at zero. I expect to not love it (huzzah for split infinitives!). If the comic grows on me, it grows. If not, we hover around zero.I hadn't heard anything at all about Birthright [...]

    12. Brendan Nicholls on said:

      I'm thinking a 3.5 for this one, it was interesting but the overall concept, meh. I liked the mythology that's being created but the Earth connection is a little over bearing and the characters don't have that instant likable factor. I'll continue with the series but I'll be reading them during a gap with the large backlog I've accumulated over time. I had noticed this is part of Skybound comics so I can see why this story feels padded out, this is a Robert Kirkman company which specializes in l [...]

    13. Bookishrealm on said:

      Whoah whoah that was crazy!! I heard about this on booktube and really wanted to give it a try and I'm glad that I did. The characters are interesting and I'm really intrigued by the plot. You literally have no idea what's going to happen. I'm sure in future volumes we will learn what exactly happened to Mikey and what's this crazy adventure he's suddenly on!! If you haven't checked this out definitely give it a try.

    14. Aildiin on said:

      Read the floppies. This is one of the better new Image serie with kick ass art and an original story.

    15. Matthew Quann on said:

      Coming back to this after reading Volume 3. I thought I had written a review, but it seems as though I hadn't! It has been a while since I read this volume, but here's a quick and dirty roundup of what I enjoy in the series, and why I'd recommend it.-Urban/Medieval fantasy: a good mix of classic fantastical adventure setting and urban settings. I really find that it meets my desire for a good fantasy comic, of which there are so few.-Family drama: A boy goes missing and his father is pegged by t [...]

    16. Nelson on said:

      This was super fun! A kid gets lost in the woods and ends up in another world, where he is part of a prophecy that says he's the hero that will defeat the Dark Lord. When he comes back to his world only a year has passed but for him many. And his family well you can say they are surprised he is not a little kid anymore. Great cliffhanger as well.

    17. Bader Al Shirawi on said:

      Good writing and a promising story, I'm very curious about this devil-ish soul/creature that appears next to Mikey's shoulder.

    18. Wayne McCoy on said:

      'Birthright' takes a family tragedy and adds a bizarre fantasy twist to it. The art is gorgeous, and it's a great setup for this ongoing series.The book starts on a beautiful fall day. Mikey and his dad are playing catch while Mikey's mom and brother are busy getting his birthday party together. When little Mike disappears into the woods, the family is set on a course of self-destruction. Mike's dad Aaron soon finds himself the prime suspect in the disappearance. The marriage breaks up and Aaron [...]

    19. Stephen on said:

      A young boy lost is in the woods, transported to a fantasy realm and returns as a demon possessed "hero." Good artwork. Complex story adored down a bit by very annoying feuding parents subplot. Interested to see where this goes in the next installment.

    20. Rogier on said:

      4.5. I'm still a comic book noob and I dont have a lot of comic book experience. With that out of the way, I enjoyed this volume. I can't wait to purchase a copy and wait for volume 2received an e-arc through Netgalley

    21. Silence on said:

      If you aren't completely hooked by the first 30 pages, question your judgement.

    22. Frank on said:

      Really enjoyed this first volume of a new series. Interesting time and plot twist. Great illustrations.Look forward where they are taking this.

    23. kayley j fouts on said:

      So good! I can't wait to read the rest! This series is entertaining and appropriate for lots of ages too!

    24. Koen on said:

      Woooow, read this in minutes!!Son gets kidnapped, family torn apart Son returns as an adult hero, but with a twist and then some!!Ok, 'nough talkin' next chapter: go!! ;)

    25. Sam on said:

      If I'm not mistaken, this is the first five star review I've given to a graphic novel all year. I could go on and on about this one because I absolutely loved it. I'd describe it as Narnia meets Mistborn, for concept and character development.Basically, when Mikey is a little boy he goes missing. The police suspect the father of killing him and it drives the family apart. About a year later the police think they've found a lead- a man carrying an ungodly amount of weapons and traipsing through t [...]

    26. Jennifer on said:

      Don't be fooled by the cover of this book, which makes it look like a stereotypical fantasy story; I admit that I was, and the only reason that I discovered differently was because I decided to give the title a shot since I obtained it as a free eARC via NetGalley. Williamson put a twist, or five, on the young-boy-becomes-fantasy-hero storyline. The story starts with, and is emotionally anchored in, the disappearance/loss of a family's younger son, Mikey. Williamson weaves the exploration of how [...]

    27. Imane on said:

      It has definitely grabbed my interest but it was as if I needed more. Not a big fan of the art but it wasn't bad. Was a fun read though so I can't wait to see what the second volume has to offer me.

    28. James DeSantis on said:

      wacky and fun throughout. never bored even for a second.

    29. Arsnoctis on said:

      This isn't a bad volume at all, but the plot isn't original enough to make me buy the next one. Excellent work by the colorist, Adriano Lucas, by the way.

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