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Curse Words Vol. 1 Kindle & comiXology
|Length: 142 pages||Book 1 of 5 in Curse Words||Age Level: 13 - 16|
|Grade Level: 8 - 11|
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- File size : 317568 KB
- Publication date : July 19, 2017
- Publisher : Image (July 19, 2017)
- Word Wise : Not Enabled
- Print length : 142 pages
- ASIN : B06ZZXCBTQ
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- Language: : English
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- Best Sellers Rank: #1,317,331 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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Based on how it was described, I thought it might be a blend of magic/action and humor, maybe a revamped Walls of Zhumar (Way of the Rat, Book 1) . It does try to be that, and succeeds in parts, but the talking Koala sidekick in Curse Words ends up being nowhere near as funny as the talking monkey sidekick in Way of the Rat. A few good tongue in cheek moments, but the premise isn't executed very well and everything seems overly rushed. For this type of story, I also found Big Trouble in Little China Vol. 1 to be much better for example.
Spoilers follow, but the main character, 'Wizord', gets sent to earth, gets exposed to it/experiences it, forgets his mission, rediscovers his magic and reinvents himself, sets himself up as a pop icon wizard for hire, gets attacked by his past, loses his magic, gets attacked some more, gets his magic back, etc. all in just a few issues. A lot goes on but never gets truly developed. It's OK to slowplay things every once in a while.
Nothing bad about the art but it also doesn't do anything to pick up the book either. CW is not awful by any means, but wasn't executed well for my tastes and didn't live up to the hype. I'll give it some props for effort and for remembering that comics are supposed to be fun, but I won't be picking up more from this series.