Edward Scissorhands Volume 2: Whole Again

Unlimited Edward Scissorhands Volume 2: Whole Again - by Kate Leth Drew Rausch Unlimited Edward Scissorhands Volume 2: Whole Again - by Kate Leth Drew Rausch - Edward Scissorhands Volume 2: Whole Again, Edward Scissorhands Volume Whole Again After settling in with Megs and her family Edward becomes curious about a television miracle doctor named April Wells and enlists the help of friends and townspeople to send her a homemade audition

  • Title: Edward Scissorhands Volume 2: Whole Again
  • Author: Kate Leth Drew Rausch
  • ISBN: 9781631404405
  • Page: 414
  • Format: Paperback

Unlimited Edward Scissorhands Volume 2: Whole Again - by Kate Leth Drew Rausch, Edward Scissorhands Volume 2: Whole Again, Kate Leth Drew Rausch, Edward Scissorhands Volume Whole Again After settling in with Megs and her family Edward becomes curious about a television miracle doctor named April Wells and enlists the help of friends and townspeople to send her a homemade audition tape While Megs struggles with her uncertainty about the whole situation Edward has a quiet hope that maybe she could help him

Edward Scissorhands Volume 2: Whole Again

Unlimited Edward Scissorhands Volume 2: Whole Again - by Kate Leth Drew Rausch Unlimited Edward Scissorhands Volume 2: Whole Again - by Kate Leth Drew Rausch - Edward Scissorhands Volume 2: Whole Again, Edward Scissorhands Volume Whole Again After settling in with Megs and her family Edward becomes curious about a television miracle doctor named April Wells and enlists the help of friends and townspeople to send her a homemade audition Edward Scissorhands Volume 2: Whole Again

  • Unlimited Edward Scissorhands Volume 2: Whole Again - by Kate Leth Drew Rausch
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Edward Scissorhands Volume 2: Whole Again

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  1. this book has my favourite message ever don t change for anyone I loved it full review here catshelf.wordpress 2015 0


  2. This book had spectacular artwork, but otherwise the whole thing of it was like reading some sort of fanfiction It doesn t really hold a candle to the original film by any stretch of the imagination.


  3. Read all my reviews on urlphantomhiveoklikes After reading the first volume, Parts Unknown, I was already looking forward to this next volume The same feelings of nostalgia apply to this graphic novels, and although I still haven t watched the movie again, I want to do it soon.Once again the art reminds of me of American cartoons I used to watch as a child They work great to tell the story but I wouldn t call them beautiful or special The story wasn t very original and obviously aimed at younger [...]


  4. I m so happy that I was able to read this second volume so close to the first If you can, I highly recommend getting your hands on both and binge reading them Just like volume one, I enjoyed the simple and straightforward plot The artwork remained the same with all of it s lovely strangeness.In this volume, I really enjoyed that we learned a bit about Megan s mom and why she is so bitter toward her mother, Kim Boggs The use of flashbacks was a great touch, but I do wish they had just a little b [...]


  5. 2 3 stars It seems like they ve geared it to kids but if you are a hardcore fan you might still like it I m not sure I ll bother continuing.


  6. I received a free copy from the publisher through NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.This is the second installment in a graphic novel series that follows the events surrounding Edward Scissorhands 20 years after the movie takes place After everything he was confronted with in volume 1, Edward now discovers a tv show about a miracle doctor who can apparently fix every condition concerning people s physical appearance, which obviously intrigues him so he can have real hands instead of sci [...]


  7. Edward Scissorhands discovers the famous tv miracle doctor April Wells After watching her show Get Wells Edward believes she might be able to help him become normal He enlists the help of his friends to make an audition tape Will April Wells be able to give Edward everything he ever wanted I m a huge fan of the Edward Scissorhands movie and anything Tim Burton for that matter and when I saw this one up on NetGalley, I jumped at the chance to read it The artwork in this comic is fantastic It s co [...]


  8. This unlikely franchise revisit continues to be in a completely ugly, Nickelodeon on ketamine style, and suffers from an obvious plot on this sopho outing, but it s not completely hopeless and might just manage to entertain the young The very young, perhaps, as it s blindingly obvious to anyone older that the makers would never kill the series off already by getting a TV show to fix EdSciss and give him a normal life The fact this is an empty threat means the baddy has to become ridiculously evi [...]


  9. I will be honest and say I haven t read the first volume, but this was easily understandable and I enjoyed it Much colorful and Cartoon like than the feature film but that s not a bad thing A relaxing read If You re a Scissorhands fan, you ll enjoy these comics.I received an advanced copy of thus from Netgalley and the publisher.


  10. I liked it It s an easy, short comic book The art work and colours are pretty The new characters, like Aiden, were a great addition to the story Edward thinks life will be better if he gets new hands, so miracle doctor Wells seems to be the solution Unfortunately for Edward, things don t work out the way he wants.


  11. Edward Scissorhands, written by Kate Leth and drawn by Drew Rausch, is a two volume graphic novel collection that takes place many years after the movie Kim has passes away as an old woman, and nor her granddaughter seeks to find truth behind the old stories about he man in the castle.Not quite as interesting as the first volume, the second volume, Whole Again, looks into the idea of Edward possibly getting real hands.Not quite as interesting as the first volume, the second volume, Whole Again, [...]


  12. Fantastic illustrations and a fantastic story as an extension to the Edward we all know from the film.Edward just wants to be normal, but not if it involves the lives of his friends.



  13. Focusing on comedy, Edward Scissorhands Whole Again is a disappointing graphic novel that doesn t have the same charm and macabre tone of the first book With the help of his new friends Edward seeks out TV personality Dr April Wells, hoping that she ll take on his case and help fix his hands but after meeting with her, Edward and Megs discover that she has her own sinister agenda The plot doesn t make a whole lot of sense and is poorly written as Wells comes off as a raving lunatic and Megs a s [...]


  14. I received this book from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.It s EDWARD SCISSORHANDS How could I resist Even if it is vol 2 This series picks up where the movies left off Wella few years down the road Kim s grand daughter Megan is the protagonist along with Edward himself Kim has passed away, and Edward is the same as always In the previous volume, Megan finds out that Edward isn t just a story her grandmother told [...]


  15. Check out of my reviews at Boricuan BookwormseARC provided by publisher via Netgalley in exchange of honest and unbiased reviewAfter cleaning and fixing the castle with the help of his new friends, Edward becomes quite glued to the marvelous TV Here he discovers of a Doctor April Wells that fixes people who have physical difficulties, things no other doctors would be able to fix After much insisting from his part, Dr Wells gets interested in Edward and asks to have him on her show, but what he [...]


  16. Edward Scissorhands Volume 2 Whole Again by Kate Leth and art by Drew Rausch continues the adventure of Megs and Edward Megs is the grandaughter of Kim from the movie.After the events of the last volume, the townspeople have come together to help spruce up Edward s castle New light fixtures and furniture and a new tv with a kevlar plated remote Edward doesn t know what to think of tv, but he is intrigued by a reality tv show called Get Wells, where a tv host helps people transform their lives Ed [...]


  17. I received a copy from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review.Edward Scissorhands was created by a very talented, but lonely inventor Unfortunately, he died before he could finish his creation, leaving Edward with scissors for hands.In this second installment, Edward discovers the famous tv show Get Wells , hosted by April Wells In this tv show, Dr Wells tries to help those in need, by providing them with makeovers, minor surgical procedures, etc Edward then believes she might be able to hel [...]


  18. Avevo gi letto e recensito il primo volume di questo nuovo Edward Scissorhands e quando ho visto spuntare il secondo ero molto curiosa di sapere come proseguiva la storia.Se il primo era quanto meno curioso, ora Edward si trova alle prese con la sua nuova vita, in un mondo diverso da quello che conosceva, con persone differenti, pertanto alle prese con situazioni che lo mettono in difficolt e subito non sa come affrontare.Grazie al supporto di Megan, riuscir a superare le difficolt , anzi, anche [...]


  19. I recently read the first graphic novel and since the library had both volumes, I grabbed them both at the same time As I mentioned before, I was provided a copy from Netgalley but couldn t get it to work well on my Kindle This volume was better than the first Edward decides he wants a TV doctor to help him with his hands so he can be a whole person, while Meg thinks it is a bad idea There is a good supporting cast of friends and this seems to be like the Edward I fell in love with in the movie [...]


  20. Although I m a huge fan of the Tim Burton classic, I just could not get into this book I think of all of his creations, Edward Scissorhands might be the least in need of a continuation It works best as a standalone fairy tale When you try to add to that, it just gets convoluted and degrades the original.There are two underlying themes in Volume 2 you re OK as you are and reality TV is bad The second theme works fine putting a TV personality named Doctor Well in the bad guy seat The first, howeve [...]


  21. I received a free copy from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review some spoilers Edward Scissorhands was one of my favorite movies so I was really excited to check out this comic I always thought it was incredibly sad that Edwards never got the girl in the movie The comic does flash on that a few times, lending it a sad feel at times Edward and his friends are seeking out the help of a famous plastic surgeon to hopefully get Edward some hands While the woman turns out to be insane and no rea [...]


  22. You know the part I truly loved about this story arc was the fact that there was some closure between Kim and Edward that we are shown via flashbacks from her diary If you remember from story arc 1, the mother, Milly, had this level of hatred against her own mother, Kim, and Edward Well in this arc she is able to learn about the relationship Kim had with Edward and she is finally able to forgive and have some regret about the hatred she once had It provides warm and fuzzy moments that fit the s [...]


  23. I absolutely love Edward Scissorhands, but this story really missed the mark for me.In this volume, we have Edward desiring to be normal so when he sees a woman on TV that claims to be able to work miracles and fix peoples imperfections he wants to go for it.I m not sure who the target audience was for this one, but I wasn t feeling this one Perhaps the next storyline will feel better.Rating 2 out of 5 Read Book


  24. I ve read the first volume and I m kinda love this version of Edward he s cute Really And I think this volume has strong messages in it, especially about make over thingy In the end, I still wanna to hug Edward


  25. I think this is a fun YA book, though I m not sure that audience will necessarily pick it up not knowing the source material I still think the art is a perfect fit and it s enjoyable, but not something I would feel the need to keep up with if it wasn t ending But I would definitely feel inspired to buy it for any weirdo kids in my life.


  26. The second volume shows the aftermath of the first volume, Edward is now accepted by the community once again but his desperation to be normal led him to apply to day time talk show host s program to have a make over, all is not what it seemed Again, this volume was super progressive, lost interest halfway through.


  27. I really enjoyed it The artstyle grows on you after a while I think it would be a fantastic comic for kids and any hardcore fans of Ed The story is easy to follow, and yet engaging enough that you don t get bored or feel as though everything follows along in a predictable fashion.All in all, good job


  28. Fun quirky artwork that pays nice tribute to the film it s based on This second volume continues the 20 years later storyline and Edward finds out about a TV doctor who helps fix people Megs is adamant there is nothing wrong with Edward, but he still dreams of maybe holding someone one day Digital review copy provided by NetGalley and the publisher.


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