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Adventures of Julius Chancer: The Rainbow Orchid Volume 3 Paperback – 2 Apr 2012
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"A winning formula . . . something truly engaging and memorable." --Comic Heroes Magazine
About the Author
Garen Ewing’s The Rainbow Orchid series was first serialised on his website at rainboworchid.co.uk and later self-published before it was picked up by his publishers, Egmont. Garen’s books, which follow the adventures of Julius Chancer, are reminiscent of the world-famous Adventures of Tintin by Herge and they have gained critical acclaim among the comic book community. With over a million hits to his website prior to publication, his graphic novels are set to become future classics. Garen's love of drawing and writing goes back to when he was very young, and had to spend a lot of time in hospital, so his mum supplied him with plenty of comics to read, and pencils and blank paper to draw with, and he's been making comics ever since!
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Garen Ewing's detailed research is evident in the care given to each panel and the historical context. You don't especially notice this as the tale draws you in and romps along, but the clear and exacting drawings do demonstrate the author's care.
A joy for young and old. This is a carefully crafted adventure over 3 volumes and I cannot wait for something new from Garen Ewing's pen.
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There is plenty of danger, mystery, discovery and laughs to go around. Although some may be turned off by the sometimes slow pacing, or by villains who are often more comical than menacing, the finale of Blood Orchid rises above its predecessors and proves that Mr. Ewing has saved the best for last.
I really enjoyed the complicated storyline and just had to get the other issues immediatelly!