"Scars!" is a Zorro adventure, a graphic novel featuring fierce battles with deadly foes and intense romance with a mysterious beauty, all set against the savage landscape of the untamed wilds of the Old West.Zorro seeks to find safe haven for Eulalia Bandini, a woman who dared defied the powerful Capitan Monasterio to save Zorro. But no matter how far north Zorro and Eula"Scars!" is a Zorro adventure, a graphic novel featuring fierce battles with deadly foes and intense romance with a mysterious beauty, all set against the savage landscape of the untamed wilds of the Old West.Zorro seeks to find safe haven for Eulalia Bandini, a woman who dared defied the powerful Capitan Monasterio to save Zorro. But no matter how far north Zorro and Eulalia ride, Monasterio and his men are not far behind. Yet Zorro still stops to save Theirry and Amelie Besson, a middle-ages mapmaker and his wife, from the clutches of the cadaverous Ripklaw and his master, Lucifer Trapp!Discover the shocking reason why Trapp wants Besson dead; see the romantic tension increase between Zorro and Eulalia; see Zorro battling all along the breath-taking yet deadly beauty of Yellowstone. It all builds to Zorro's climatic battle to the death with Ripklaw on an ice bridge, while an earthquake threatens to kill everyone!Ages 8 to 12.The Hardy Boys get caught in a perfect storm! Something's fishy when Frank and Joe go undercover aboard "the Silver Lining," an old fishing boat, to find out why teen crew members keep mysteriously vanishing. The number of suspects suddenly dwindles when one of the crew turns up dead! This is unquestionably the perfect Hardy Boys graphic novel to read at the beach! Ages 8 to 12.Papercutz is the exciting new graphic novel publisher that's building a huge following among the next generation of comics fans. Even the most reluctant readers are becoming addicted to the Papercutz approach of giving classic characters a modern makeover! Each Papercutz graphic novel features comics stories drawn in the style of the popular Japanese comics known as manga, and beautifully rendered with state of the art color. While educators rave about the high quality of the Papercutz writing and artwork, readers 8 and up are simply enjoying the great adventures found in each fun-filled volume. Be sure to check out other Papercutz titles such as Nancy Drew, Totally Spies, and The Hardy Boys....
|Title||:||Zorro #1: Scars!|
|Number of Pages||:||96 Pages|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
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Zorro #1: Scars! Reviews
It was cheesy!
Zorro is legendary for helping those that cannot help themselves. In this graphic novel, the fox helps two people being chased by bandits through the Mammoth Hot Springs of Yellowstone. With the help of Senorita Eulalia, they ride, fight and ski to safety. There is some mention of the background of the two lovers and their fight against the Commandante, but most of the story is filled with action.The illustrations may be impressive, but the storyline is confusing and the speech bubbles can be wordy and hard to follow. A graphic novel is supposed to be enjoyed for its art and its plot, but this one is lacking in the plotline.
the point of this book was that he was some type of hero that if some body was in some type of trouble he would appear out of nowhere and help them.what i learned from this book was that no matter what,u can be a person help some body and that person will remember u for ever bacause u was there.
This graphic novel (first in a series) takes Zorro from his usual stomping grounds - the pueblos of California - and reveals a different aspect of this iconic character. I am defintely reading the next book!
Another great story by Don McGregor, who's one of the few writers left in comic books who retains realism with his heroic feats. It's a shame that Papercutz's bid for Zorro failed. I blame their inability to properly market the Manga Style.I know it would've been a hit in Japan.
Way to cheesy!!
Don McGregor is a talented writer of comics and graphic novels. This Zorro story takes our hero out of his usual surrounding of the pueblo of Los Angeles and into the wilds of the American western frontier. It's a fairly straightforward tale aimed at pre-teen readers and while the manga-esque art is serviceable it doesn't quite seem to click with the setting and El Zorro, but younger readers will probably be more accepting of the style.