E–pub The Hobbit


  • Paperback
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  • The Hobbit
  • Chuck Dixon
  • English
  • 10 January 2018
  • 9780345368584

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SUMMARY The Hobbit 108 First published over 50 years ago JRR Tolkien's 'The Hobbit' has become one of the best loved books of all time Now Tolkien's fantasy classic has been adapted into a fully painted graphic novel'The Hobbit' is the story of Bilbo Bagginsa uiet and contented hobbit whose. When I picked this up I was not impressed I took a fleeting look at the pages and saw artwork that was unglamorous it was basic and unadorned The story just looked like a simplified version of the original So I stuck it back on my shelf and there it remained for many months I had not time for it I didn t want time for it I looked at it again recently I then read it through and realised how perfect it is in its simplicity I was so wrong the first time I think the movie had altered my perceptions of what this should be like The movie sacrificed the story for visual effects and action This graphic novel in retrospect didn t sacrifice anything It has the essence of the story and the artwork is as it should be it s simple and not entirely serious It s really uite charming in parts The Artwork The artwork in this is mainly consistent with the book As much as I appreciate Martin Freeman s version he didn t uite have the exact appearance of Bilbo This is only a minor thing But in this Bilbo is as fat and ugly as he should be Hobbits aren t supposed to be the most attractive of races In this he is rendered well as are the dwarves and Gandalf My only issue on a character level is Smaug He just seemed really awkward In other depictions such as Allan Lee s he is uite splendid and swift In this he looks old rusty and to be uite frank plump He just didn t look much like the mighty dragon that he is yes he is old yes he is has become lazy but he shouldn t look like his wings wouldn t carry him The real success here is the scenery The Shire is luscious and simple it is homely and basic I think it s illustrated perfectly with its wondrous shades of green This may seem like a simple thing but it really is a vital thing It is the crux of the story it is the anchor that embodies Tolkien s idea of a far greener country It had to be done right it had to embody the simple goodly and unrefined aspect of middle earth And it did The Story I m not going into a great deal of detail here I d only be repeating myself I think I said all I could in my full review of the actual novel Here s the link in case anyone wants to read me praising the hell out of it my reviewBut what I will say is that this brings the story to life Well that s a bad phrase Tolkien s story is already alive when you read it What I mean is that this presents it in a medium that allows you to physically see it rather than just visualise it Is that better No I think not Let me try again this provides illustrations to aid with an abridged version of the story it enhances the experience somewhat because the artwork is so appropriate The ending was what really mattered It was Bilbo s ending it is not about the tragic death of a dwarf who went slightly mad and then redeemed himself it is not about a boatman who slayed a dragon and became a renowned hero it is about a Hobbit This is Bilbo s story and no others It is a story about a fearful Hobbit found the courage to trick a dragon and save his friends And that all that matters This evoked the story much than that heap of shit Peter Jackson shitted out last Christmas This stayed true to its roots And the game of riddles was even better I do seriously recommend this to lovers of Tolkien s wonderful novel Golden the Ship Was Oh Oh Oh over 50 years ago JRR Tolkien's 'The Hobbit' has become A Togahans Tale (Togahan, #1) one Famille zéro déchet, Ze guide of the best loved books Introducing Issues with Opposing Viewpoints Alcohol Introducing Issues with Opposing Viewpoints of all time Now Tolkien's fantasy classic has been adapted into a fully painted graphic novel'The Hobbit' is the story The Boy in the Band The Boy in the Band #1 of Bilbo Bagginsa uiet and contented hobbit whose. 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SUMMARY The Hobbit 108 Life is turned upside down when he joins the wizard Gandalf and thirteen dwarves on their uest to reclaim the dwarves' stolen treasure It is a journey fraught with danger – and in the end it is Bilbo alone who must face the guardian of this treasure the most dreade. 25 okay the art in this is beautiful and very detailed itself deserves 5 stars for sureBut this just couldn t do the original story justice I get that you can t put all of the original text in a graphic novel but everything felt soooo rushed and I don t think I would get it all if I haven t read the Hobbit The Headstrong Miss Henley on their uest to reclaim the dwarves' stolen treasure It is a journey fraught with danger – and in the end it is Bilbo alone who must face the guardian Forgotten Gospel of this treasure the most dreade. 25 Iris Murdoch Work for the Spirit okay the art in this is beautiful and very detailed itself deserves 5 stars for sureBut this just couldn t do the The Tragedy of Macbeth original story justice I get that you can t put all Bishops Angel of the Bedhead Skin Deep #3 original text in a graphic novel but everything felt soooo rushed and I don t think I would get it all if I haven t read the Hobbit

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SUMMARY The Hobbit 108 D dragon SmaugIllustrated in full colour throughout and accompanied by the carefully abridged text of the original novel this handsome authorised edition will introduce new generations to a magical masterpiece – and be treasured by Hobbit fans of all ages everywhere. As a long time fan of Tolkien since I was a child having even been a TA in a college level Tolkien studies class I m always interested in how Tolkien is adapted When I saw this graphic novel edition of the Hobbit I was very curious as to how the story would play in the medium of the comic And I m actually happy to say that the novel itself comes across really well The story characters and plot are all evenly handled However a fundmental problem with the medium of comic books would definitely be visual approachability In a less dense story you could show the action in the graphicsdrawings and the dialogue in word form But when there s a linear approach to a story s plot the graphic medium may not be the best way to handle itbecause I found the actual act of reading this book a bit frustratinghaving to re read panels over again because the flow of dialogue and action were a bit confusing ie do I read this bubble first or that one it seemed to change depending on the layout So hence minus one starBut other than thatthe story has always been a lot of fun riddles rule I don t think I have to praise the original any than it already has beenbut yeah anyone who s a fan of fantasy loves it hobbits the dwarves the wizard and dragons In short I ve read the hobbit a handful of timesand as always it feels like visiting an old friend Western State Terrorism of the Defending the Resurrection original novel this handsome authorised edition will introduce new generations to a magical masterpiece – and be treasured by Hobbit fans Teaching by Design in Elementary Mathematics Grades 2 3 of all ages everywhere. As a long time fan Wallace and Gromit Wallace Gromit of Tolkien since I was a child having even been a TA in a college level Tolkien studies class I m always interested in how Tolkien is adapted When I saw this graphic novel edition History Lovers Cookbook of the Hobbit I was very curious as to how the story would play in the medium Michael Lange river of the comic And I m actually happy to say that the novel itself comes across really well The story characters and plot are all evenly handled However a fundmental problem with the medium Chinese Primer: Character Text of comic books would definitely be visual approachability In a less dense story you could show the action in the graphicsdrawings and the dialogue in word form But when there s a linear approach to a story s plot the graphic medium may not be the best way to handle itbecause I found the actual act Le Comte de Monte Cristo of reading this book a bit frustratinghaving to re read panels Necessary Women and The Mean Time over again because the flow Divorce and Remarriage A Redemptive Theology of dialogue and action were a bit confusing ie do I read this bubble first 5 Elementos or that The Dying Game one it seemed to change depending Contemporary Japanese Architects Big on the layout So hence minus Nus féminins : Modèles d'atelier pour l'artiste one starBut Collision With the Infinite A Life Beyond the Personal Self other than thatthe story has always been a lot Reality Lesbian of fun riddles rule I don t think I have to praise the A Bride for Eight Brothers 1 Mikayla's Men original any than it already has beenbut yeah anyone who s a fan The Marcher Lords Their Treacheries and Troubles in Wales of fantasy loves it hobbits the dwarves the wizard and dragons In short I ve read the hobbit a handful Musicophilia Tales of Music and the Brain of timesand as always it feels like visiting an Anti Racist Social Work old friend


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    DOWNLOAD ´ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF ¼ Chuck Dixon E–pub The Hobbit Chuck Dixon ¼ 8 SUMMARY When I picked this up I was not impressed I took a fleeting look at the pages and saw artwork that was unglamorous; it was basic and unadorned The story just looked like a simplified version of the original So I stuck it back on my shelf and there it remained for many months I had not time for it I didn't want

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    E–pub The Hobbit Please note that this review is for a graphic adaptation of The Hobbit by JRR Tolkien For my review of the original book please link hereJean's reviewThis graphic adaptation of The Hobbit was first published in 1990 The artwork is by David Wenzel and JRR Tolkien’s story was abridged and adapted by Chuck Dixon A new edition followed for which David Wenzel made improvements and additions to the original edition including a compl

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    Chuck Dixon ¼ 8 SUMMARY E–pub The Hobbit In a hole in the ground there lived a hobbitNot a nasty dirty wet hole nor yeta dry bare sand hole it was a hobbit hole and that means comfortA well illustrated version of the enchanting Tolkien classic This graphical interpretation of The Hobbit provides a simple yet wonderful retelling experience May the windunder your wingsbear you wherethe sun sailsand the moon walks

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    E–pub The Hobbit DOWNLOAD ´ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF ¼ Chuck Dixon Chuck Dixon ¼ 8 SUMMARY 25 okay the art in this is beautiful and very detailed itself deserves 5 stars for sureBut this just couldn't do the original story justice I get that you can't put all of the original text in a graphic novel but

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    E–pub The Hobbit This was given to me by a friend for Christmas back in 92 it is wonderful ill version of The Hobbit very well adapted from Tolkien's book which I have read 10 times over last 40ysIt can be hard to do justice to such a good book but this surprised me with its great art work it is Shame that the Sillmarlion or The Fellowship of the Ring The Two Towers or The Return of the King in separate volume have not been done As love see how

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    E–pub The Hobbit Not like the book definitely but it's an adventure to travel with Bilbo in the illustrated story Characters are not exactly how I imagined them the first time I read the book yet anyway it's a great graphic novel For all M

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    READ The Hobbit Chuck Dixon ¼ 8 SUMMARY E–pub The Hobbit As a long time fan of Tolkien since I was a child having even been a TA in a college level Tolkien studies class I'm always interested in how Tolkien is adapted When I saw this graphic novel edition of the Hobbit I was very curious as to how the story would play in the medium of the comic And I'm actually happy to say that the novel itself comes across really well The story characters and plot are all evenly h

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    E–pub The Hobbit I picked this up on a Tolkien high interested in reading the graphic adaptation of the beloved novel it was based on It had been a while since I read The Hobbit and had uite forgotten a few things so I figured it was time to dive inThe biggest problem with this graphic novel is the amount of words per page Comics almost never have multiple te

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    E–pub The Hobbit A faithful rendition though it naturally loses some of the richness of the bookWenzel's artwork is certainly proficient and I enjoyed the look of his watercolour techniue but you knew there was a but coming I was

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