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Gunnerkrigg Court, Volume 3: Reason (Englisch) Gebundene Ausgabe – 30. August 2011


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  • Gebundene Ausgabe: 261 Seiten
  • Verlag: Archaia Entertainment; Auflage: Reprint (30. August 2011)
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • ISBN-10: 1936393239
  • ISBN-13: 978-1936393237
  • Vom Hersteller empfohlenes Alter: Ab 12 Jahren
  • Größe und/oder Gewicht: 21,4 x 16 x 2,2 cm
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  • Amazon Bestseller-Rang: Nr. 60.586 in Fremdsprachige Bücher (Siehe Top 100 in Fremdsprachige Bücher)

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Thomas Siddell is English, and resides in Birmingham. He has a day job as an animator for a video game company, and he rides the bus to work every day. He hates Boxbot. He really, REALLY hates Boxbot.

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Schwer, sehr gute Druckqualität. Für Fans ein Must-Have. Leider geht, wie bei so vielen Comics, für meinen Geschmack der Druck etwas weit in die Bindung rein. Ein halber cm mehr frei wäre hier aus meiner Sicht Gold wert.
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Von S. Müller am 18. Oktober 2013
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Einfach ein gutes Gefühl, diesen Webcomic endlich in den Händen zu halten und als richtig echtes Buch durchzublättern (:

Zunächst einmal: Der Versand durch Amazon erfolgte sehr schnell.
Der Comic ist ein Hardcover-Buch, für die kompakte Größe relativ schwer und macht somit einen sehr vernünftigen, hochwertigen Eindruck. Er kommt in einem Schutzumschlag daher, sieht aber auch ohne auf eine schlichte Art und Weise sehr schick aus. Die Buchseiten sind tatsächlich auch gebunden und nicht nur geklebt und somit auch ausreichend robust.
Zusatzmaterial ist auf den ersten Blick bis auf ein paar Skizzen und den Mini-Comic "City Face" nicht enthalten. Der Comic selbst ist auf glänzendem Papier gedruckt und die Druckqualität m. E. sehr gut.

Fazit: Wer den Webcomic gern liest, hat hier die Möglichkeit, dem Autor auf unkomplizierte Art und Weise ein paar Euronen zukommen zu lassen, indem er sich die Print-Version kauft. Ein paar Extras wären als zusätzlicher Kaufanreiz nett gewesen, wie man es von anderen Autoren von Webcomics kennt, aber die schicke Aufmachung macht einiges wett.
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Revelations 17. August 2011
Von Timothy Riley - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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Gunnerkrigg Court book 3: Reason, manages to somehow improve upon the already amazing story set up in books one and two. The artistic quality has improved, and the story keeps getting deeper. With "Reason" Tom Siddell has taken the rather comical story of Annie and Kat and, while keeping the humor, has made it a darker place. Revelations to several of the big questions in the series are answered in this book, and as most could guess from previous events, some of the answers leave both the cast and the readers with a sense of sorrow to the extent that it tries to make you question if you really wanted answers. This stands as the darkest chapters thus far in the Gunnerkrigg Court story. Between finishing the "Jack" story ark that has been running for some time now, and giving more information on a certain ghost, we begin to see the less pleasant aspects of the Court and its history.

Now, don't let my above comments make you think that the comedy has been replaced entirely with drama. Far from it. We still get a story with robotic cows that shoot lasers from their eyes and other such delightful subject matter. As a bonus, there is the inclusion of City Face 2 which is the "super good" story of a pigeon becoming a... human businessman? Something like that.

In terms of book quality, as in the actual hardcopy, I would say the quality is more like book one. My only complaints with the previous book was that the binding seemed like it wasn't quite as well constructed as the first. This volume I have no such complaints. The pages seem better constructed and the cloth binding is in the back (something book 2 did not have).

In conclusion: Gunnerkrigg Court is worth your time and money even if you have read it online. The hardcopy is well constructed and while in terms of "bonuses" there is little (Just sketches and some extra artwork) the story continues to improve and answers several of the major questions. At this rate, if the series continues to improve, the next book will be an achievement not just to web comics, but to literature as a whole.
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Lessons and reason 25. August 2011
Von Biblibio - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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This third volume of the wonderful webcomic "Gunnerkrigg Court" finds the story taking a dark turn. Annie and Kat continue their journey into the Court's history, making new friends and learning much about the Court and Forest. The book jumps in feet-first, immediately whisking the reader off to a seemingly simple, humorous Dr. Disaster story, instead leading to clear plot and character developments. From there, the story does not relent, reminding readers that author and artist Tom Siddell is in full control of his comic.

In "Reason", we see our girls growing up. The book starts in the middle of their second year and gradually progresses through to the end. It's through this we see Annie attempting to set aside her shy, somewhat cold persona in an attempt to better socialize (and provide Kat with equal socializing opportunities). We are reintroduced to familiar side characters, watching them grow from mere background cutouts to flesh and blood characters. Favorites return for new adventures as we join Annie in her quests to better understand the Court and its increasingly sketchy history.

In this volume, we see the start of a separation between Annie and Kat, as marked by their respective abilities. Annie learns more about her etheric abilities, developing them from the mere ability to summon a blinker stone through using her stone for trickery, and even applying her etheric abilities in the real world. Her lessons are not limited, though, simply to knowledge of the etheric - Annie learns about friendship, love and even about her own personal heritage. Kat, meanwhile, progresses in the field of robotics and technology. Ever tech-savvy, she continues in her struggle to build Robot the perfect body. Through these challenges, she must face the truth about the Court robots and the history of her home, as well as her own understanding of technology, friendship and responsibility.

Though "Reason" contains relatively few chapters (particularly as their are two chapters that are, in fact, one story arc), it carries a lot of weight, both in terms of the revelations within its pages, as well as the clear character developments. Zimmy, Gamma, Eglamore, Jack, Parley, Smitty, Janet, Winsbury, Paz and the rest get more screen time, shifting the focus from simply our two heroines and broadening the reader's view of the Court.

Siddell's art and writing remain top-notch, ever improving as the story grows more and more complex. "Gunnerkrigg Court" is a brilliantly written story and "Reason" is no exception, taking the story through darker turns and showing the characters come out ever stronger. Any fan of Gunnerkrigg Court online will no doubt want to own this beautiful hardcover. Bonuses include a few pages of lovely sketches that demonstrate some of Siddell's drawing prowess and approach. Those who haven't read this wonderful comic should certainly get onboard.

Highly recommended, as always.
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Great graphic story 7. September 2011
Von R. Bergeron - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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I'm not the typical fan of this type of book, but I got hooked on the Internet version of it right from the beginning. The characters are interesting, the story is intriguing, and the artwork is first class. I own all three of the printed books and will pre-order the next one the moment I'm able to.

I only wish that the Internet version was updated daily instead of 3 times a week. Even then, I'm not sure how the author can produce the artwork - never mind keeping an interesting story line - at that pace.

Read the Internet version. Bookmark this product page first though, because you'll want to come back here to order the book.
Gunnerkrigg Court is one 2. Mai 2014
Von K. Salmon - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Gebundene Ausgabe Verifizierter Kauf
Of my favorite online comics. I am so glad that I can get a dead tree edition. I have NO idea where this story is going or how it will revolve, but Tom Siddell keeps me stuck to the pages and buying each new one.
Simply amazing. 1. Januar 2014
Von para - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Gebundene Ausgabe
"I would never hurt them."
"They do not know that."

This volume collects the chapters 23-31 of the webcomic Gunnerkrigg Court. The comic follows Antimony Carver through her years at the mysterious titular school, and builds as it goes along. Starting at the beginning is best.

I absolutely loved the first two volumes of GC. Antimony and Kat's adventures were engaging, quirky fun. There was a strong backstory developing about the school and their parents and some intriguing hints dropped about the nature of the court and its relationship with the forest across the bridge. It had unique charm in abundance and constantly made me want to read more.

I'm recounting this in detail because I was extremely (and pleasantly) surprised to find volume 3 a significant step up in every way. I really didn't consider it possible to be so much more blown away as the comic progressed given the high quality it already achieved, but the way things come together in these chapters is just amazing. Siddell takes full advantage of the carefully layered hints and foreshadowing he's been providing to give a succession of emotional developments and reveals that unfold logically, resolve several long running plot threads, and set up intriguing new plotlines. The escalating tension is just masterfully done.

We get information about the origins of the court, the mysterious Jeanne, and the father of all robots. In the present we see the effects of recent events with Zimmy and Jack, learn more about Coyote and his forest, and get great development on not only our leads but also many supporting characters. Jones, Parley and Ysengrin shine particularly here. And to top it all off Siddell present some incredibly harsh truths in answer to one of the biggest established mysteries of the comic to close things up for this volume. It's all just pitch perfect.

Like the story GC's art continues to both impress and evolve. It's settled into a distinct style that is both beautiful and perfectly complimentary to the story, world and action. There's great detail work and subtle coloring that really add a lot to the comic.

I read these chapters online and then looked through the printed edition. It's a very nice hardbound book about the size of a smaller prose hardcover (instead of the standard larger "standard" graphic novel size) with high quality paper and printing, including very vivd colors. The only small complaint I have is the colors are so vivid sometimes the darker pages are a little too saturated and you can't see some of the wonderful detail work and highlights that stand out in the online version where the hues are lighter. It's not a huge deal nor anything you'd notice unless comparing the art, but it is worth mentioning there's a small unintentional difference between the two versions.

If you've read this far I my overall thought are obvious. GC volume 3 is an incredible progression for a comic that was already something quite special. Highest possible recommendation.
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