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Paperback Megatokyo, Vol. 1 Book

ISBN: 1593071639

ISBN13: 9781593071639

Megatokyo, Vol. 1

(Book #1 in the MegaTokyo Series)

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Book Overview

This re-issue of this highly successful Megatokyo Volume 1 brings fans a new and revised version of the book with improved print quality and a larger trim size. This book will contain all the comics from Chapter 0 as well as the running editorial comments featured in the original release. Exclusive to the Dark Horse reissue will be additional drawings, historical notes, and selected rants from this first developmental year of the Megatokyo webcomic...

Customer Reviews

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Best webcomic ever.

This is my absolute favorite web comic ever created. And I've read a lot of web comics. Of course you can read this for free online, but buying the book really helps support the creators (all hail Fred!). Plus in the book you get Fred's comments about each page, plus sketches that weren't seen before in print or on the web. All of the characters in this book are easy to relate to, and each have a distinct look and personality to them. The story itself is mostly funny at first, with a few dramatic moments along the way. This book covers everything that preceeds the first chapter in the comic, including setting up the characters and their motives behind them. If you love the online gaming lifestyle, or are just mildly interested in it, this book is fun to read.

T3h Aw3s0m3ness!

Megatokyo has to be one of the funniest things I've ever read. It has everything. Fred is a genius with irony and character placement (when he wants to be XD). And many people will be surprised to find that they're very much like at least one of the characters in the story in so many ways that you can't help but like them. The only problem *others* might have with this is Largo's L33T-ness and speech, but most of the time it's very comical.If you've NEVER read Megatokyo, you REALLY should, at least once. Pick up a copy of the books and just read through them, and you won't be sorry, I promise.

Megatokyo is the best

I've only got to finding out about the series 6 months ago and i'm hooked. Even though you can readit for free on the net at megatokyo.com the book is good because it lets the reader view the graphic novel in a set rather than having to click next and waiting for the page to load up. Get this book!

You'll really want to to buy this book

If you have any interest in comics, manga, webcomics, or the creative artistic process, this book is something special.Yes, it does have the first book-length installment of all the MegaTokyo webmanga episodes.But what makes this book special is that the artist added, at the bottom of each page, an illustrated nararrative describing the creative process. Why they used the punch lines they did used, why they did not use other punch lines, why the story took the turn it did, why certain things almost did not get included, why things were drawn the way they were, etc. An amazing window into the creative process.Either the manga alone, or the artist's narrarative alone, would be worth the price of admission. The two together are dynamite.
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