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by Christina Weir,Emma Vieceli,Nunzio DeFilippis

eBook Avalon Chronicles Volume 1: Once in a Blue Moon (The Avalon Chronicles) download ISBN: 1934964751
Author: Christina Weir,Emma Vieceli,Nunzio DeFilippis
Publisher: Oni Press; First Edition edition (April 24, 2012)
Language: English
Pages: 152
ePub: 1666 kb
Fb2: 1842 kb
Rating: 4.7
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Category: Comics
Subcategory: Graphic Novels

Avalon Chronicles Volume. has been added to your Cart. Book 1 of 2 in the Avalon Chronicles Series. The illustrations of Emma Vieceli are well-done and capture the reader's attention.

Avalon Chronicles Volume. Though the story is a classic retelling of ndgom, it is still very well done. As an avid reader of manga and graphic novels, I can't wait until the next one!

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Writers Nunzio DeFilippis and Christina Weir spoke with us about their .

Writers Nunzio DeFilippis and Christina Weir spoke with us about their just-announced book from Oni Press, 'All Saints Day,' as well as their re-imagined 'Once Upon A Blue Moon' with new artist, Emma Vieceli. What is "The Avalon Chronicles" and how does it relate to "Once in a Blue Moon?" Weir:"The Avalon Chronicles" is the relaunch of our series "Once In A Blue Moon. Emma Vieceli: Originally, the plan had been for me to maybe pick up where Jennifer had left off. I read the original book and it had a real charm about it, but obviously Jennifer has a very different style to my own, and the first book was out a long time ago.

Avalon Chronicles Volume 1: Once in a Blue Moon is a graphic novel for tweens and teens by Nunzio DeFilippis, Christina Weir, Emma Vieceli, Christina Weir, and Emma Vieceli. It is scheduled for release on March 21 2012. Aeslin Finn grew up loving a book her parents would regularly read to her, The Avalon Chronicles. However, when her father died the fairy tales were put away and Aeslin and her mother tried to move forward in the real world.

Nunzio DeFilippis is an American writer of comic books and television. The Avalon Chronicles, Volume 2: Once In A Blue Moon (Oni Press, 2013).

American writer of comic books and television. Nunzio DeFilippis is an American writer of comic books and television. He writes with his wife, Christina Weir, whom he met while they were both students at Vassar College. The two have written for two seasons on HBO's Arli$$, and have sold story ideas to the Disney Channel's Kim Possible. Dragon Age: Knight Errant (Dark Horse, 2017). Dragon Age: Deception (Dark Horse, 2018). DeFilippis and Weir have a tumblr page.

Writer: Nunzio DeFilippis, Christina Weir

Writer: Nunzio DeFilippis, Christina Weir. Artist: Emma Vieceli. Publication date: March 2012 - June 2013. When Aeslin Finn was a little girl, her parents read to her from a magical book called THE AVALON CHRONICLES. But that was a long time ago. Now a teenager, Aeslin is about to discover just how magical she and that book really are. Transported to the world of Avalon, she discovers a kingdom in need of a Dragon Knight - and the last dragon, Blue Moon, is waiting for her! Issue(s). TPB 2. TPB 1. Please do NOT spoil content of NEXT issues.

The Avalon Chronicles, volume 1 Once in a Blue Moon by Nunzio DeFilippis and Christina Weir, Illustrated by. .I’ll be using the time I have before the new script arrives from Leigh to finish up book one of the Avalon Chronicles for Oni Pres.so I won’t be slacking off, haha.

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159 pages : 23 cm. "When Aeslin Finn was a little girl, her parents read to her from a magical book called the Avalon Chronicles. Now a teenager, Aeslin is about to discover just how magical she and that book really are"-Publisher description.

The Avalon Chronicles 2 issues. Volume Published by Oni Press. Christina Weir 2. Nunzio DeFilippis 2. Emma Vieceli 2. Short summary describing this volume. The Avalon Chronicles. Most issue appearances. Hoobson 8. Pick a List.

Nunzio DeFilippis & Christina Weir. I just read Avalon Chronicles 1 and 2 but is there going to be a 3?!

Nunzio DeFilippis & Christina Weir. I just read Avalon Chronicles 1 and 2 but is there going to be a 3?! It was getting really good, and then it ended (. Christina Lyons.

When Aeslin Finn was a little girl, her parents read to her from a magical book called The Avalon Chronicles. But that was a long time ago. Now a teenager, Aeslin is about to discover just how magical she and that book really are. Transported to the world of Avalon, she discovers a kingdom in need of a Dragon Knight — and the last dragon, Blue Moon, is waiting for her!
Comments: (4)
Zovaithug
Aeslin thought she was a normal girl...

It all begins with Aeslin's parents reading a story from a very special book; Aeslin's parents tell her about Avalon, the magical dragon Blue Moon, the brave Dragon Knight and the evil Warlord Khrom. During one of these story times her mother suddenly stops reading - saying what happens next is too scary. Aeslin doesn't realize that from then on, things will drastically change, beginning with her father's death resulting in her mother's denial of anything magical.

At 16 years old, Aeslin's life has had no magic in it for eight years, but things begin to change; the catalyst is Cobb's Oddities & Spices - a small store that wasn't appeared out of nowhere - and a certain book. Aeslin soon learns that her mother has been keeping secrets from her after she gets sucked into the very book that she just bought. It turns out that Khrom has taken over the kingdom and Avalon is in dire need of a heroine, but is Aeslin prepared to fill that role? Have the stories from her childhood prepared her for the coming battle? The key to her future lies in the book by Will Redding - a book that allows her to travel between worlds, but will Aeslin fight for Avalon, or will she try and avoid her destiny like her mother did?

The illustrations of Emma Vieceli are well-done and capture the reader's attention. Though the story is a classic retelling of girl-learns-she-is-a-long-lost-princess-and-must-save-the-kindgom, it is still very well done. As an avid reader of manga and graphic novels, I can't wait until the next one!
Vispel
Reason for Reading: Sounded like a fun fantasy.

This is a good beginning to a potentially great series. The plot (in this volume) starts off fairly cliched with a girl finding out she is the prophesied saviour of another world. It then continues to go on in a routinely predictable manner, ending with an interesting reveal. Along with the reveal the book also has other points going for it which lead one to believe that this first volume is only weak in that it is setting the groundwork and I am much intrigued as to what will come later. The book is rated all ages and has a main character 16 years of age, from this first book I'd say the author has done a good job of writing something that will appeal to both children and teens. Aeslin is a spunky and smart girl. Right away she stands up for herself and yet she notices what she will have to do to fit into this medieval-style world. I like the fact that her parents are involved in the story and a major part of the plot as we go into it. The artwork is typical non-Japanese manga and tells the story well, the men are quite beautiful without being feminine. The travel between the worlds via the storybooks is one I've seen done before but have always enjoyed. It can provide the opportunity for some interesting situations. The reveal at the end was predictable but sets an interesting storyline in motion; along with finding all the characters likable and engaging, I'm quite looking forward to seeing where this series will go.
LoboThommy
The Avalon chronicles was an exciting and well-penciled read about a 16 year old school girl Aeslin who discovers a shop, and a magical destiny to liberate the country of Avalon from an evil dictator. Unfortunately, after her father's untimely death, her mother concealed the information about her heritage so that she could have a normal life. Can Aeslin recover her birthright and meet the challenge of what her destiny has to offer?

I found the artwork and pencils really well done. I liked the look of the characters, and felt interested in the storyline. I particularly liked Aeslin's parents, and the enemy love interest guard, but the entire story was quite appealing. While I did find the plot a bit predictable (young girl finds out she is the princess of a magical kingdom), this fantasy exists because it is an appealing one. I know I will look forward to finding out what will happen to Aeslin and the fate of the kingdom.

Overall, I found this an entertaining, read. I look forward to seeing more.

Review copy courtesy of Netgalley
one life
A wonderfully written graphic novel for Tweens and their parents. This book has enough fantasy and real world anchors to make it ring true. I especially liked the parents being treated as flawed, but for all the right reasons. And Aeslin is likeable, but with just the right amount of selfishness to be relatable. I don't like to give away plot details, but come on...it has dragons in it. So need I say more?

I would have given it five stars, but I suspect the second volume will be even better and I like to hold out for that. :)