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Charmed: Season 9 Volume 1 Paperback – February 8, 2011

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  • Series: Charmed
  • Paperback: 144 pages
  • Publisher: Zenescope (February 8, 2011)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0982582676
  • ISBN-13: 978-0982582671
  • Product Dimensions: 6.2 x 0.2 x 10.8 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 13.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (54 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #43,459 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Paul Ruditis has written over 30 books based some of the best shows on TV, including Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Star Trek, The West Wing, Alias, and Prison Break. While he continues to work on these media tie-ins, he has also focused a great deal of attention on his own original fiction, including his teen series DRAMA! and the Simon Pulse Romantic Comedy Love, Hollywood Style. He currently lives in Los Angeles.

Customer Reviews

The artwork is BEAUTIFUL.
The Little Sister
They leave charmed with unlimited limits .Which means more plots demons explosions story lines.
Do urself a favor, and buy Charmed Season 9.
Brian Esbensen

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38 of 38 people found the following review helpful By D.J. Graham on April 15, 2011
Format: Paperback
Just like the successful Buffy, the Vampire Slayer Season 8 comics, Charmed has also returned in comic form and it is a welcome return for the series. The story picks up about a year and a half after the end of Charmed - Season 8 [DVD] which saw the sisters settling down and beginning demon free and magic lite lives. However, there are new evil forces at work who plan to not only resurrect one of the sisters' greatest foes, but also to unite the underworld against the Charmed Ones. The story is told over five five issues which make up the following "chapters":

Issue #1 - Charmed Lives
The sisters are enjoying their lives away from fighting demons, however magic still remains a part of their lives with Piper and Phoebe's daughters coming into their powers and Paige teaching at Magic School. Meanwhile, two mysterious enemies Neena and Hogan begin their plot to resurrect The Source.

Issue #2 - No Rest For The Wicca
Phoebe and Piper attend the funeral of their first innocent, Brittany, who has mysteriously died and reverted back to the old age she was after being attacked by the demon Javna the sisters rescued her from. Phoebe has a premonition which shows her that all of The Charmed Ones' past innocents are all in danger.

Issue #3 - Innocents Lost
The sisters attempt to figure out who is after their past innocents which leads them to Tyler Michaels, a firestarter they once helped. As the realise that they must return to fighting demons, Neena and Hogan successfully resurrect The Source.

Issue #4 - Mortal Enemies
The sisters' innocents turn against them after The Source casts a spell, sending the sisters to Magic School in order to devise a plan to stop him. Meanwhile, Piper searches for the place to open her restaurant.
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21 of 21 people found the following review helpful By Brian Esbensen on February 13, 2011
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If you are a Charmed fan like me, then I know u can never get enough of the Power of Three. Although I would much rather have a Feature Film or TV spin off, the Charmed comics are an amazing little treat for any Charmed fan. I personally have been buying the separate issues, but decided to get the book as well because it comes with all the bonus issue covers (each single issue has 2-3 cover variants) and also a very cute bonus story at the end. Also, the paper quality seems much better. These first five issues take place about a year after the show ended, and although now they have like a million kids, luckily the emphasis of the book (and action) still revolves around our favorite three divas. The girls powers advance a bit as well, which is cool, and realistically for the price, u cant beat a "premonition" into the future of our favorite witches. Do urself a favor, and buy Charmed Season 9. Even in print, the girls can't be beat.
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19 of 23 people found the following review helpful By Vanessa M on March 18, 2011
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I don't want this review to seem negative. I did enjoy the first issue, but I really hoped for better writing! I am a long-time Charmed fan and as such I have learned to deal with the inconsistencies in the writing of the show. I overlook some of the ridiculous plot lines, etc. because I love the characters so much. However, I've always wished that Charmed would some day return to its former roots and become a little more grown up again. I enjoyed this graphic novel, but I have to say I was expecting better artwork and a more mature style of writing. The last three seasons of Charmed were so sugar-coated and fluffy that it made my teeth ache. I really wish the writers would go darker again. Charmed was never super gritty and realistic, but it at least had the element of horror in the beginning of it's run. I really hope to see the series go back towards its roots and just stop all the sugar-coated family friendly crap. The show originally wrote for adults and by the time it ended, I felt like the series was catering to 10-year-olds and ignoring the fans it started out with who are a little old to find the soft-serve story lines enticing anymore.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Cyndy Otty on September 11, 2011
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Season 9 picks up roughly 18 months after the last episode of the television series, which puts us in the middle of the happy endings glimpsed at the end of the "Forever Charmed." During this demon-free period the sisters have all been busy leading normal lives and having babies. The comic opens with two of those babies displaying the first of her powers and the initial stirrings of demonic forces. You know, your typical beginnings for a new season.

In a lot of ways the comic retains much of the feel of the television series. He may not have been part of the show, but Ruditis shows a wonderful grasp of the show's continuity, which is saying a lot given how wacky the show was at times. There are little things such as Piper whining about how her life can't be normal, assorted jokes that attempt to be witty and are almost funny, and, of course, shots of Phoebe's assets. But what really stood out to me was that the freedom of the comic medium allows for the series to sort of get back to its roots. For instance, not only do the sisters get a boost in their active powers, but the demons actually look like, well, demons again!¹ That includes the new (several times over) Source.

Overall the story is above par for what I expect from an episode of the show, but it starts off very slowly. It's not until the fourth chapter ("Mortal Enemies") that there is any real action. That isn't completely abnormal for the show, which often kept the action limited to the third act, but I expect a bit more going on in a comic format. The first chapter ("Charmed Lives") is little more than a glimpse at the domestic lives of the sisters with some bad guys plotting stuff thrown in.
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