• Title: The crying giant
  • Author: Joann Sfar Lewis Trondheim Mazan Jean-Christophe Menu Johann Sfar
  • ISBN: 9781561635252
  • Page: 206
  • Format: Paperback
  • The crying giant Welcome to the branch of Dungeon focusing on the great adventures of secondary characters presented by leading guest artists In this volume Alcibiades the wizard s giant eye cannot stop crying flood
    Welcome to the branch of Dungeon focusing on the great adventures of secondary characters presented by leading guest artists In this volume, Alcibiades the wizard s giant eye cannot stop crying, flooding the entire dungeon They must find the Giant who gave his eye to remedy this rather wet situation We also discover the origin of John John the Terrible, the monster spliWelcome to the branch of Dungeon focusing on the great adventures of secondary characters presented by leading guest artists In this volume, Alcibiades the wizard s giant eye cannot stop crying, flooding the entire dungeon They must find the Giant who gave his eye to remedy this rather wet situation We also discover the origin of John John the Terrible, the monster split into two living halves.

    One Reply to “The crying giant”

    1. Et un deuxième tome aussi génial que le premier où les deux magiciens du donjon essaient de résoudre les problèmes de coeur du géant dont ils ont volés l'oeil, pour que cet oeil arrête de pleurer et d'inonder le donjon. Ce que j'adore c'est que les magiciens ont toujours des réponses ultra compliquées et ultra dangereuses, pourquoi faire simple quand on peut faire extrêmement complexe. Bref à découvrir absolument!

    2. Part 1: Awesome. Four stars.Part 2: Grossly misogynistic. Zero stars. The series in general is pretty awkward with females characters, but when one gets killed off for being "too beautiful" I can't forgive it. This is one of my favorite series so far, so I'll be able to keep going, but this left a very bad taste in my mouth.

    3. ”The Crying Giant” is the first in a series of collections focusing on “Dungeon” characters usually occupying the side lines of the stories. The take here is familiar to anyone familiar with the main series: quirky, goofy and witty. Two farcical stories make up this collection that offers some cool art, some good humour and a few smart plot elements.

    4. 4 stars for the first story, "John-John the Terror," but 3 stars for the disappointing "Crying Giant." The latter story had a few wonderfully goofy moments, but for the first time in reading a Dungeon story, the jokes felt a little obvious. Or maybe it's just the portrayal of the giantess that felt stale. I always love Horus though.

    5. Que dire d'autre du Géant qui pleure que c'est du Donjon (Monsters). Autrement dit pas de bonne ou de mauvaises surprises.On y découvre le géant mais aussi un peu mieux Horus ce qui est bien sympathique.Le scénario est rocambolesque et la dernière case cloture bien l'histoire.Un tome sympa sans être grandiose.

    6. This volume has two stories in it, featuring different groups of characters in the same "world." The stories are fun and the illustrations are pretty good. I'd recommend this for anyone who likes non-superhero graphic novels, particularly those with a supernatural or fantasy bent and a hearty dose of humor.

    7. the first story is pure genius. i admit to not liking the second so much, partly because of the art style but i also felt sorry for the giant. although it had many awesome things, like the inflatable hedgehog and the trial by housework.

    8. I am an avid follower of Joann Sfar & particularly the Dungeon gn series. This is the 1st of a new set of Dungeon tales, retelling adventures of secondary characters in the original series. Not for younger readers, with lots of mature themes. I love the dark humor & detailed art.

    9. The first story was amazing, the second one not so hot. Worthwhile overall, though - Dungeon rarely lets you down.

    10. Fun and funny fantasy adventure silliness.(I think this is what the cartoon "Adventure Time" SHOULD be like. But I feel like that show just tries to be cute.)

    11. It is hard to keep all the different Dungeon books straight. This one works pretty good as a stand alone group of stories.

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