[PDF] ✓ Unlimited Ç Luuna Volume 1 : by Crisse Nicolas Keramidas Edward Gauvin Ý

By Crisse Nicolas Keramidas Edward Gauvin | Comments: ( 418 ) | Date: ( Jul 21, 2019 )

On the night of her coming of age ritual, Luuna, a young girl from the mystic Paumanok tribe enters the sacred wood There she will face Hohopah, the Heart of the Forest and be assigned her totem, the animal incarnation of her inner self But unbeknownst to Luuna, this night belongs to Unkui, the Evil One, who demands that her soul be shared Now Luuna is cursed with not On the night of her coming of age ritual, Luuna, a young girl from the mystic Paumanok tribe enters the sacred wood There she will face Hohopah, the Heart of the Forest and be assigned her totem, the animal incarnation of her inner self But unbeknownst to Luuna, this night belongs to Unkui, the Evil One, who demands that her soul be shared Now Luuna is cursed with not one, but two totems One white the reflection of all that is good in her The other, black representing the darkness that resides in us all, and capable of terrible destruction Unable to return to her tribe, Luuna embarks on a quest to seek out the wise spirits of the earth and with their help, rid herself of the cursed totem But little does she know that Unkui is not finished with her yet, and has set his fiendish minions on her trail P 4 of cover.


  • Title: Luuna Volume 1
  • Author: Crisse Nicolas Keramidas Edward Gauvin
  • ISBN: 9781427814128
  • Page: 105
  • Format: Paperback

About Author:

Crisse Nicolas Keramidas Edward Gauvin

Crisse is the pen name of Didier Chrispeels, a Belgian comic book author who is well known in the world of Franco Belgian comics.Born in Brussels, he began drawing on canvas in Lyon at age eighteen His career in comics started with Ocean s King for Spirou Magazine in 1979 and an issue of Tintin in 1980 He moved to France and published several successful series, including Kookaburra, Atalanta, and Luuna.



Comments Luuna Volume 1

  • Lil' Violet

    Luuna review Art: Naked peopleoh you wanted the style right. The artwork is ok highly exaggerated cartoonish but the ways the animals and wolves look is fluid and cool while the humans look almost disney like or extremely cartoony B-Characters: Luuna and her totem animals and three forest spirit friends. Luuna is the character that moves the story along there really isn't much too her personality wise she is like Pocahontas mixed with brother bear characters you don't get a feel for who she is a [...]


  • Séverine

    Luuna est une BD que j'ai découverte il y a bien 5-6 ans, à la merveilleuse médiathèque de Dives sur Mer (qui, rappelons-le, à bien plus de contenu intéressant que la bibliothèque de Caen, sans compter son personnel trois fois plus aimable que celui de nos tenancières caennaises) (la média de Dives, c'est la vie) (elle me manque beaucoup depuis que je suis à Caen) (il faut que j'arrête avec ces parenthèses). Totalement tombée sous le charme des premiers tomes, je suis presque oblig [...]


  • Cassandra

    Dang. I wanted this to be awesome. It seems like a cross between Pocahontas and Princess Mononoke. Just look at that cover art! Naked wolf-girl ready to whup some *$^#! Unfortunately, the actual product is disjointed, hard to follow, and frankly boring. The duality of the dark wolf=evil, white wolf=good is overly simplistic: there are so many more interesting ways that device could have been used. The black wolf could represent violence, passion, connection to the earth, the primal urge to survi [...]


  • Kristen

    I found this book flipping through stacks of comics and graphic novels at a comic convention and decided to give it a try, knowing nothing about it. It's okay. I find the base of Native American culture interesting, but the characters and story weren't as compelling as I'd hoped. I think it's meant for younger audiences (elementary-middle school). I wish there'd been more interaction and conflict between the black and white wolf totems. It would have added more depth to see Luuna struggle more w [...]


  • Nerdish Mum

    I was really looking forward to reading this and I've ended up just feeling very underwhelmed. There is so much potential to the story but it never seems to fulfil it. The characters all seem a bit too "Disney" as well, as if this was a story they'd rejected so was made slightly sexierto appeal to grownups. If I see the next volume in the library, I may pick it up, but I won't be going out of my way to find it.


  • Joan

    Luuna is the story of a girl of the same name who is from a special tribe that can talk to animals and woodland sprites (the latter of whom I found a bit annoying with all their complaining). This book begins her search for her spirit animal. While she is given two spirit animals in this story, Luuna must continue her quest to find her true self.


  • Allison Riendeau

    The annoying nature spirit creatures - meant, I believe, for comic relief - are distracting and irritating. Still, nice to see a Native American female as a heroine in a graphic novel.


  • Alfi

    Alur dan ide ceritanya bagus. Tokohnya mengingatkan pembaca pada tokoh Pochahontas.


  • Sidekicks Wanted

    Eh. It was an okay start, but the art and the talking sprites remind me of the Disney version of Pocahontas. It's kind of difficult to take the book seriously.


  • Emily

    Eh. It was an okay start, but the art and the talking sprites remind me of the Disney version of Pocahontas. It's kind of difficult to take the book seriously.


  • Angela

    Nice story, has potential with the duality of good and evil. It created a whole world of forest dwellers that is appealing. The artwork was pretty too. I liked this book.


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