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A stunning full-color bind-up of content from the amazing Phoenix comic. From humor to adventure to non-fiction to puzzles to the just plain awesome, this bind-up is a smorgasbord for everyone. Laughs, advenutres, thrills!Slug private detectives!Terrifying kittens!Intergalactic foes and evil penguins! The Phoenix Colossal Comics Collection: Volume One- is arriving on our sh A stunning full-color bind-up of content from the amazing Phoenix comic. From humor to adventure to non-fiction to puzzles to the just plain awesome, this bind-up is a smorgasbord for everyone. Laughs, advenutres, thrills!Slug private detectives!Terrifying kittens!Intergalactic foes and evil penguins! The Phoenix Colossal Comics Collection: Volume One- is arriving on our shores from a top secret location. A collection of different comics content taken from the issues of The Phoenix, this bind-up pulls together different humorous, informative, action-packed, and brain-teasing stories into one mega-comic bind-up! From humor to adventure to non-fiction to puzzles to the just plain awesome, this bind-up is a smorgasbord for everyone.


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A stunning full-color bind-up of content from the amazing Phoenix comic. From humor to adventure to non-fiction to puzzles to the just plain awesome, this bind-up is a smorgasbord for everyone. Laughs, advenutres, thrills!Slug private detectives!Terrifying kittens!Intergalactic foes and evil penguins! The Phoenix Colossal Comics Collection: Volume One- is arriving on our sh A stunning full-color bind-up of content from the amazing Phoenix comic. From humor to adventure to non-fiction to puzzles to the just plain awesome, this bind-up is a smorgasbord for everyone. Laughs, advenutres, thrills!Slug private detectives!Terrifying kittens!Intergalactic foes and evil penguins! The Phoenix Colossal Comics Collection: Volume One- is arriving on our shores from a top secret location. A collection of different comics content taken from the issues of The Phoenix, this bind-up pulls together different humorous, informative, action-packed, and brain-teasing stories into one mega-comic bind-up! From humor to adventure to non-fiction to puzzles to the just plain awesome, this bind-up is a smorgasbord for everyone.

30 review for The Phoenix Colossal Comics Collection: Volume One

  1. 5 out of 5

    Cindy Mitchell *Kiss the Book*

    Various The Phoenix Colossal Comics Collection: Volume One by Various, 208 pages. GRAPHIC NOVEL. Scholastic, 2018. $15. This is a collection of a variety of comics by different authors. The reader is cycled back to the continuation of a story a few times over the course of the book. Trail Blazers is the story of a group of friends who discover a master artificial intellect is taking over their worlds computer/power systems- they must take their space craft and discover what is going on. There are Various The Phoenix Colossal Comics Collection: Volume One by Various, 208 pages. GRAPHIC NOVEL. Scholastic, 2018. $15. This is a collection of a variety of comics by different authors. The reader is cycled back to the continuation of a story a few times over the course of the book. Trail Blazers is the story of a group of friends who discover a master artificial intellect is taking over their worlds computer/power systems- they must take their space craft and discover what is going on. There are numerous Bunny vs Monkey stories as well as quite a few Doug Slugman PI, and Evil Emperor Penguin. This book is quite a hodgepodge. I can’t image the same students who would like reading and could understand sci-fi Trail Blazers story–having the same affinity for Bunny vs Monkey –which is just slapdash and annoying to read. Same goes for age- half of this book is for 2-3rd graders and Trail Blazers is better for 4-6th. I would add a full graphic novel of Trail Blazers to my school library –but absolutely none of the others. They are just junk food comics. Oddly enough, the advanced copy I have has Trail Blazers on the cover –but the release cover does not –and I am wondering if they did pull it in order to create a more cohesive collection and allow it to shine on its own. EL (K-3), EL –NO Stephanie, Elementary School Librarian & Author https://kissthebook.blogspot.com/2018...

  2. 4 out of 5

    Barbara

    Sometimes I like collections that seem to have nothing more in common than the fact that they are from the same genre or format. In this case, the thread that ties everything together is that these are all comics, which can either expand one's interest in reading more of a particular series or keep him/her from wasting money on other volumes. I wasn't too thrilled with how the comics for Trailblazers were interspersed with each other since I would barely start getting engaged, and then the actio Sometimes I like collections that seem to have nothing more in common than the fact that they are from the same genre or format. In this case, the thread that ties everything together is that these are all comics, which can either expand one's interest in reading more of a particular series or keep him/her from wasting money on other volumes. I wasn't too thrilled with how the comics for Trailblazers were interspersed with each other since I would barely start getting engaged, and then the action would shift to another comic, but maybe other readers will be fine with that. In addition to Trailblazers, readers will encounter Bunny vs. Monkey, Doug Slugman P.I., Evil Emperor Penguin, Squid Squad, and Looshkin. I wasn't wild about any of them, particularly Bunny vs. Monkey--not my kind of humor--but I did like Evil Emperor Penguin. Clearly, I am not the target audience for this product, even though I love comics and graphic novels. Maybe late elementary or intermediate readers would enjoy this more.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Amanda

    This is a hit-or-miss collection of comics; I'll let you choose which ones are which. Some of them I started and then didn't even waste any more of my time with (couldn't decide if they were trying too hard to be clever? funny? or if they were just plain stupid). This isn't like other collections (The Explorer Boxes, Lost Islands, Doors series) where EVERYTHING is pretty much solid. *sigh* I miss that. I'm not sure that I would recommend this unless you have read everything else and you have not This is a hit-or-miss collection of comics; I'll let you choose which ones are which. Some of them I started and then didn't even waste any more of my time with (couldn't decide if they were trying too hard to be clever? funny? or if they were just plain stupid). This isn't like other collections (The Explorer Boxes, Lost Islands, Doors series) where EVERYTHING is pretty much solid. *sigh* I miss that. I'm not sure that I would recommend this unless you have read everything else and you have nothing else to read or you want more Bunny vs. Monkey. Nuts! I gave away the Best One in the book. Okay then, read this strictly for Bunny vs. Monkey. It's worth it just for that, and Bunny vs. Monkey deserves 4 stars.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Billie

    too many shifts in tone—from a multi-chapter, richly-drawn science fiction adventure story to single-page absurdities and multi-page comedies—and works that seemed aimed at a variety of age groups, the whole collection came off as disjointed. It also seems designed to appeal more to young boys and I would have liked it to have more broad appeal. Anthologies are a great way to introduce new readers to new creators, but so much depends on the work of the editor for them to succeed. This collection too many shifts in tone—from a multi-chapter, richly-drawn science fiction adventure story to single-page absurdities and multi-page comedies—and works that seemed aimed at a variety of age groups, the whole collection came off as disjointed. It also seems designed to appeal more to young boys and I would have liked it to have more broad appeal. Anthologies are a great way to introduce new readers to new creators, but so much depends on the work of the editor for them to succeed. This collection will have its audience, but it's going to be a fairly narrow one, which is too bad. There are some interesting pieces here, but I can't wholeheartedly recommend it as a whole.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Diane

    I received this through the Goodreads Giveaway program. Growing up I didn't have access to many comic books so I thought this would be a great way to expand my knowledge, since I'm now an adult... I don't know if I just missed something during those intervening years or what, but this collection of graphic stories felt confusing from the very beginning. I appreciate the artwork and the general plot, but the humor and 'snarkiness' of the characters felrgt somewhat forced at times. I'll let others lea I received this through the Goodreads Giveaway program. Growing up I didn't have access to many comic books so I thought this would be a great way to expand my knowledge, since I'm now an adult... I don't know if I just missed something during those intervening years or what, but this collection of graphic stories felt confusing from the very beginning. I appreciate the artwork and the general plot, but the humor and 'snarkiness' of the characters felrgt somewhat forced at times. I'll let others leave reviews as to the quality of stories!

  6. 4 out of 5

    Stephanie Tournas

    This collection of comics is anchored by Trail Blazers by Robert Deas, in four chapters, which are interspersed by shorter works such as Bunny vs Monkey by Jamie Smart, Doug Slugman, PI by Joe List, and others. The stories originally appeared in comic book issues by The Phoenix Comic. It's a mish-mash of different genres and styles, and more of a magazine. Will the same readers enjoy the sci fi adventure of Trail Blazers and the goofy cat drama of Looshkin? This collection of comics is anchored by Trail Blazers by Robert Deas, in four chapters, which are interspersed by shorter works such as Bunny vs Monkey by Jamie Smart, Doug Slugman, PI by Joe List, and others. The stories originally appeared in comic book issues by The Phoenix Comic. It's a mish-mash of different genres and styles, and more of a magazine. Will the same readers enjoy the sci fi adventure of Trail Blazers and the goofy cat drama of Looshkin?

  7. 4 out of 5

    Chris Edwards

    We really liked Squid Bits, EEP, and Bunny vs Monkey of course.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Jeff

  9. 5 out of 5

    Mr. Meow

  10. 5 out of 5

    Sarah Donovan

  11. 5 out of 5

    Valley Sawyer

  12. 4 out of 5

    Eunice M Kariuki

  13. 5 out of 5

    Kelly

  14. 5 out of 5

    S Deiwert

  15. 4 out of 5

    SHARPDAGGER901

  16. 4 out of 5

    Corinna Motola

  17. 5 out of 5

    Stu

  18. 5 out of 5

    Maya

  19. 4 out of 5

    Gilles SOULIER

  20. 4 out of 5

    Wayong

  21. 4 out of 5

    jenny byrom

  22. 4 out of 5

    Kerrie Barnes

  23. 5 out of 5

    Fiona Forster

  24. 5 out of 5

    Melanie

  25. 4 out of 5

    Sinjin Sanden

  26. 5 out of 5

    Beatrice

  27. 5 out of 5

    14+5=19 Math Man

  28. 5 out of 5

    jagjit & Pavin singh nijjar, J

  29. 5 out of 5

    Diane

  30. 5 out of 5

    Owen John

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