Free Download [Crime Book] ☆ Showcase Presents: Amethyst, Princess of Gemworld, Vol. 1 - by Gary Cohn Dan Mishkin Ernie Colón ✓

By Gary Cohn Dan Mishkin Ernie Colón | Comments: ( 289 ) | Date: ( Dec 07, 2019 )

Princess Amethyst, sole survivor of the House of Opal, was whisked away from Gemworld after her family was wiped out by the evil Dark Opal After being raised to age thirteen on Earth, she was attacked by Dark Opal, who had tracked her to her adoptive home at last But his attack served to awaken her dormant magical powers She then returned to Gemworld to claim her rightfPrincess Amethyst, sole survivor of the House of Opal, was whisked away from Gemworld after her family was wiped out by the evil Dark Opal After being raised to age thirteen on Earth, she was attacked by Dark Opal, who had tracked her to her adoptive home at last But his attack served to awaken her dormant magical powers She then returned to Gemworld to claim her rightful place and protect those in need.


  • Title: Showcase Presents: Amethyst, Princess of Gemworld, Vol. 1
  • Author: Gary Cohn Dan Mishkin Ernie Colón
  • ISBN: 9781401236779
  • Page: 231
  • Format: Paperback

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  • Quentin Wallace

    While this looks very much like a "girl's comic", and in a way I suppose it is, this fantasy tale actually appeals to a broad group of readers. It's more She-ra than Conan, but it's still a pretty decent fantasy series with some nice world building and decent art. The original 12 issue series was the best, as it seemed the story was forced once it turned into an ongoing series. It's an all ages story although not exactly for kids. Most of the issues have the same creative team, the team that cre [...]


  • Milky Mixer

    Fun sword 'n sorcery for all ages in the vein of She-Ra, Conan, and the like. Since these comics are reprinted in b/w, Amethyst's sparkling colorful Gemworld is brought to life here on the strength of Ernie Colón's fantastic art. I could spend hours looking at all of the detail he works in. The original 12 part story, the Annual, and the side stories featuring Amethyst's intro as well as a team up with Superman in the DCUniverse proper make a perfect collection and introduction to the transform [...]


  • Chriso

    I adored these comics as a child but lost almost all of them (and hundreds of other comics) to a basement flood. And while I missed the color pages, the original 12 issue "maxi series", as DC so goofily named it, still holds up and is a really strong fanasy comic. The book lost its strength and direction when it was renewed as an ongoing book, although the initial Fire Jade arc still works well. Amy/Amethyst was such a well written, complex, strong-despite-her-youth character in the beginning. A [...]


  • Ever

    The book should have been published in color, even if it had to be split into smaller increments (which might have been better anyway, since the last comic leaves the story in a weird place). If there is a Volume 2, I'd really like to find it (because it is a fun story); otherwise, I'll stick to collecting the color issues from flea markets.


  • Nick Jones

    I think there's a really good research paper that could be written on the notion that fantasy stories for boys are generally geared toward the protagonist having a skill that earns them their value, whereas fantasy stories for girls are usually based on the protagonist being valued for their identity. To put it another way, boys' stories are about being the only person who can pilot a giant robot against an alien invasion because they're the best video game player in the world, while girls' stor [...]


  • Jason Luna

    This is a tale of good and subsequent stuff that is largely derivative of good.The initial teaser story of Amethyst, the Earth girl who is actually an orphaned princess from a land of mystical gems, her initial half-issue insert in "Legion of Super-Heroes" (no cameos from 30th century superheroes unfortunately) was really good, and the initial "maxi-series/long mini-series" called "Amethyst, princess of gemworld", was great.The mini-series benefitted from a couple of things. One,the plot of the [...]


  • Tom

    My only familiarity with Amethyst was her brief appearance in The Crisis on Infinite Earths where she was blinded during an attack and Dr. Fate takes her back to Gemworld to domething. That's all since the rest took place in her own book. So, this was my chance to see the original stories and I am a sucker for these DC reprints. How was it?Not bad. The series was clearly written for little girls with the female hero, the gemstone motif, and the early level of the storytelling. I am not sure any [...]


  • Devero

    Tenuto presente gli ani in cui fu originariamente pubblicata, questa serie fantasy della DC, con un target abbastanza diverso dai soliti ragazzini in quanto è palese il tentativo di interessare sia le ragazzine sia persone un poco più adulte, questa serie è un must.Certo, risente di un'eccessiva verbosità rispetto agli standard attuali e, in parte, del meglio dell'epoca, però si lascia leggere bene e riesce ad interessare. I disegni di Ernie Colon sono molto buoni, e furono alla base del mi [...]


  • Philip

    I didn't read these comics when they came out in the 80s because I was a teenage boy and the whole concept seemed too "girly" for me. Also, the fact that the art was by a guy who drew "Richie Rich" was something i couldn't handle then. Fortunately, I outgrew those attitudes and picked up a lot of the issues from quarter-bins. But I never completed the set, so I am glad that DC has finally collected the series. I do think they would have sold a lot more of this if they had put out a digest-sized [...]


  • Samantha

    I really wanted to rate it 5 stars, but lets face it, the last parts kindof subpar and the absence of color kind of takes away from things for me. But regardless of this, it's Amethyst, Princess of Gemworld. She predates She-ra as a fantasy princess heroine, and is one of the (if not THE) original 'girl power' titles of comics. Everyone should read Amethyst at least once. It's full of adventure and everything else you might want from a nostalgic 80s comic. And she has a Pegasus. What else do you [...]


  • Chris

    This a very weird series of comics but one I have a strange fondness for it. It goes to some absurd places and loses some of the prismatic fun in the black and white form. Yet, I cannot help but enjoy the fun.


  • Rosa

    Enjoyed this a ton. At first I was weirded out by the age change between Amy and Amethyst but I got used to it and really enjoyed the getting to know Amy the teenager and Amethyst the princess. I am hoping that eventually they will release the missing end issues of the ongoing.


  • Stephen

    I liked the art, my kid liked the art and the stories. Although it came out in the 80s era of having comics as part of an overall scheme of toys and videos bundled together (He-Man, I'm looking at you), this storyline transcended all that commerce and worked on its own level.


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