The Battle of the Labyrinth: The Graphic Novel

The Battle of the Labyrinth: The Graphic Novel

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Title:The Battle of the Labyrinth: The Graphic Novel
Author:Robert Venditti
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Edition Language:English

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  • Laly Arce Chumpitassi

    Quinta vez que leo el cuarto libro de la saga de Percy Jackson y lo sigo amando como si fuera la primera vez

  • Abel Rodriguez

    Rating: A+

    After Five years what we’ve been waiting since fist third graphic novels,

    Robert Venditti, Orpheus Collar (The Kane Chronicles) and Antonio Donte (The Heroes of Olympus) Bring fourth Installments of Percy Jacksonback to life n Graphic Novel.

    It was epic storytelling as well as Both Combination of Collar and Donte’s Artwork And Color Are Really total blast what did right with everything including characters what we pictured in the original novel to be 100% perfect, and really emotion, dar

    Rating: A+

    After Five years what we’ve been waiting since fist third graphic novels,

    Robert Venditti, Orpheus Collar (The Kane Chronicles) and Antonio Donte (The Heroes of Olympus) Bring fourth Installments of Percy Jacksonback to life n Graphic Novel.

    It was epic storytelling as well as Both Combination of Collar and Donte’s Artwork And Color Are Really total blast what did right with everything including characters what we pictured in the original novel to be 100% perfect, and really emotion, darkness, intense, and Best Action.

    I love it, I cannot wait for fifth and final installment of Graphic Novel.

  • Sydney

    3.5 stars

    I am not as happy with this adaptation as I have been with the others. Some very critical, in my opinion, points were left out. If there was a couple more pages the scene in Mt. St. Helens erupted, the kiss could have happened. Also, the time Percy spends with Calypso is so important in his journey to save Olympus and it part of his request in the end.

    Overall, it was enjoyable, I just wish more of the smaller details were added in because they do make a difference.

  • Gabriella

    I always think it's good to read the graphic novel versions of the Percy Jackson and Heros of Olympus series to refresh my memory of what happened in the books. I really liked this one, and for some odd reason I find myself preferring the art and character design on this book much better than on "The son of Neptune" (which is the only one I have with my physically to compare it to at the moment), I think it has something to do with Percy's character. Either way I much preferred this book to the

    I always think it's good to read the graphic novel versions of the Percy Jackson and Heros of Olympus series to refresh my memory of what happened in the books. I really liked this one, and for some odd reason I find myself preferring the art and character design on this book much better than on "The son of Neptune" (which is the only one I have with my physically to compare it to at the moment), I think it has something to do with Percy's character. Either way I much preferred this book to the Son of Neptune's adaption. (Which is weird considering the same people worked on both.)

  • Jaymie

    3.5 stars. I enjoy having a visual to go with the great books by Rick Riordan! And I know that there are a lot of reasons for pieces to get cut out in the transition to a graphic novel. But this one felt particularly choppy and disconnected. Kids who haven't read the novels might be fine with this as their only experience of the story. And kids who really get into the visuals of the monsters and other characters they already enjoy from the books might be fine with this, too. Kids who love the no

    3.5 stars. I enjoy having a visual to go with the great books by Rick Riordan! And I know that there are a lot of reasons for pieces to get cut out in the transition to a graphic novel. But this one felt particularly choppy and disconnected. Kids who haven't read the novels might be fine with this as their only experience of the story. And kids who really get into the visuals of the monsters and other characters they already enjoy from the books might be fine with this, too. Kids who love the novels might be frustrated with the disjointed feel of this compared to the story they know so well.

  • Bia Bentes

    *3.5 stars.

    This graphic novel was too short, it almost lost the originality of the story, it cut off a lot of good parts of the book and made the whole experience a bit disconnected. I was quite disappointed because the Battle of the Labyrinth is my favorite book in the series and wasn't well represented on this.

  • Tinka

    THEY CUT OUT THE KISS! THEY CUT OUT THE KISS! THEY CUT OUT -

    Somebody sedate me, RIGHT NOW! From all the things you cut out, you chose Percabeth‘s first kiss? HOW? WHY?

    Calming myself now... SERIOUSLY, WHAT THE ACTUAL FUCK?

    Okay, okay... I am calm... maybe...

    Other things they cut that really should have stayed in include: Literally everything with Calypso (geez, wonder if that’s important for the Heroes of Olympus?), Rachel hitting Kronos with a brush, Percy saving one of Mr. D‘s sons, the romanc

    THEY CUT OUT THE KISS! THEY CUT OUT THE KISS! THEY CUT OUT -

    Somebody sedate me, RIGHT NOW! From all the things you cut out, you chose Percabeth‘s first kiss? HOW? WHY?

    Calming myself now... SERIOUSLY, WHAT THE ACTUAL FUCK?

    Okay, okay... I am calm... maybe...

    Other things they cut that really should have stayed in include: Literally everything with Calypso (geez, wonder if that’s important for the Heroes of Olympus?), Rachel hitting Kronos with a brush, Percy saving one of Mr. D‘s sons, the romance between Clarisse and Chris (sure, cut her most human moments out), JUNIPER (!), Grover‘s moment of badassery and probably more that I don’t remember because I AM YELLING ABOUT THE KISS!

    Here’s the thing, I get that you have to make cuts by adapting a book into a Graphic Novel, but the decisions about what to cut her puzzle me to no end. It just doesn’t make sense to me, because if I hadn’t known the story at this point and my introduction would be this Graphic Novel, I‘d be lost. They chopped one of the best books Rick Riordan has ever written down to a shell and I know they can do better and that makes it frustrating. Compare that to the graphic novel adaptation of The Lost Hero which almost includes the entire story (and I think the book is longer).

    The artwork is also not that compelling this time around. It’s very messy and some of the characters look downright unpleasant, especially poor Annabeth. Also, Nico looks way too old. Get a grip, he is like 10 here.

    So, why still 3 stars? Because it’s still The Battle of the Labyrinth, one of my favorite Percy Jackson stories and at least it includes some of Percy‘s most badass moments. Plus, the scene with Pan always gets me. And the Grover/Tyson cuteness.

    Despite my... minor outburst of... yelling, I did not dislike the graphic novel. I don’t think I have it in me to dislike anything Percy Jackson related. I‘m just frustrated. Very, very frustrated.

  • Nhu

    This graphic novel was too short.

  • TANUSH

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