Willow Volume 1: Wonderland

Willow Volume Wonderland Armed with Buffy s broken scythe Willow has entered another dimension and begun a quest to somehow someway against all odds bring magic back to Earth She must keep her darkest self at bay while sh

  • Title: Willow Volume 1: Wonderland
  • Author: Jeff Parker Christos Gage Various Brian Ching Jason Gorder Scott Allie Sierra Hahn
  • ISBN: 9781621158110
  • Page: 293
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Armed with Buffy s broken scythe, Willow has entered another dimension and begun a quest to somehow, someway, against all odds, bring magic back to Earth She must keep her darkest self at bay while she battles demons the scaly and horned type as well as her own Collects the five issue miniseries Season 9 continues with Willow s story Ching, much like Parker, capturesArmed with Buffy s broken scythe, Willow has entered another dimension and begun a quest to somehow, someway, against all odds, bring magic back to Earth She must keep her darkest self at bay while she battles demons the scaly and horned type as well as her own Collects the five issue miniseries Season 9 continues with Willow s story Ching, much like Parker, captures the essence of Willow Rosenberg and adds the magic and the monsters to the mystical wonderland in which our witch finds herself stranded iFanboy Brian Ching s attractive artwork has strong transitions and his drawing of Buffyverse characters strikes a great balance between recognizable faces and keeping his own distinctive line intact Michelle Madsen s colors are also easy on the eye Comic Book Resources

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    • Willow rules!I was able to get the 5 single issues of this storyline but I chose this edition to make a better overall review.WHO IS REALLY WILLOW ROSENBERG?This is an adventure of Willow Rosenberg that it's part of the canonical "Season 9" in comic book format of Buffy, the Vampire Slayer.Willow Rosenberg is easily the most popular character from Buffy, the Vampire Slayer, even more than the very Buffy Summers.Not only because she was a brainy hacker, at the beginning of the TV series, or a pow [...]



    • The Earth has changed. Gone is the magic that used to run through the planet. Willow has entered another dimension with a seemingly impossible mission- to bring magic back to earth. Armed with only Buffy's broken scythe, she must encounter monsters & demons (some old and some new). But the hardest part may be facing the demons that still dwell inside her.---This graphic novel is representative of season nine of Joss Whedon's hit show, Buffy the Vampire Slayer. I will review this novel as a m [...]


    • In season 6 of Buffy, Willow delved deep into her magical abilities, becoming addicted to the power and eventually becoming “Dark Willow,” the big bad of the season. Since then, she’s been struggling with the balance of her power -- suppressing her desire, while still aiding Buffy and the Scoobies in the saving of the world business. At least until season 8, when Buffy banished magic from earth. In Wonderland, Willow goes on a solo journey into dangerous, mystical dimensions in an attempt [...]


    • Not the high point of Buffy Season 9. The art and writing of this mini is a little sub-par - alas, the fate of most comic mini spin-off series - but, as predictable as it all is, this is still pretty enjoyable and slots in nicely to the grander Season 9 plan. It could have bounced off better from Willow's spectacular appearance in Angel & Faith and it could have segued more dramatically back into Buffy, but still it was very nice to get some alone time with Willow, she's been a sorely neglec [...]


    • The "Willow" in this did not feel like the character I know and loved the illustrations didn't look like the characters compared to the other Buffy and Angel graphic novels I've read. Pretty disappointed.


    • I can't emphasize how much I enjoyed this graphic novel. Like most people, I was a bit let down by season 8 Buffy comics. I have been following season 9 but not as ardently as I followed season 8. I admit that season 9 has been a improvement; but one thing was seriously lacking in both season 8 and 9 -- Willow! Willow is one of my favorite characters, and I was sad when she was pulling away from Buffy. I also have to mention that the cover to this?Gorgeous.So stunning, I find myself staring at i [...]


    • The good news about this one shot arc is that it does a pretty decent job establishing some of the Season 9 plot that's moved forward so far with a character that, to a point, feels as if it's ignored a bit.The bad news is that it's almost too inessential to a point, and feels more than a little drawn out. What was a five issue arc really could have been boiled down to two or three with no huge losses.Still, on the other hand, more Willow! So it's not a failure, but it's probably more for fans t [...]


    • If the length of time it took me to finish this book wasn't telling enough, 2 stars should finalize the impression. This book was so far outside the realm of the Buffyverse I had a real struggle staying invested. It's like an illustrated attempt at expected paining string theory. It may not be outside the mythology, but it was still a bit boring.


    • I got a number of kicks out of this sequence. It was a spiritual journey on many levels with all the bells and whistles, and I can't help but be impressed by the messages. I could tell that a good amount of love went into these, and I share the feeling. Very archetypal. Very cool.


    • I can't resist stories told in the Buffy universe, but they're not all full of Joss Whedony goodness. This one just didn't have that zip. There were a few good lines here and there, but this book was pretty much just Willow monologuing/dialoguing through her issues. Meh.



    • I really liked this and not because I used to have a crush on Willow. It's just a very different storytelling style than I'm used to.



    • Actual rating is 3.5 stars.This takes place during season 9 of the Buffy comics. Magic has been destroyed in our world and Willow begins a journey to bring it back.This is a side companion to the season and it was an enjoyable read. One could claim that the character Willow has grown the most in this series and this collection continues that growth. During her journey she welcomes a companion. The twist to this collection is the companion is someone from the television series. I loved this twist [...]




    • Still ridiculous, but a different kind - the more tolerable kind. This had more fun moments and, of course, more Willow. Can't get enough Willow.



    • It pains me to rate anything in the Buffy verse this low, but I was really disappointed with this one. There were just some glaring issues with this series that really ruined it for me. The main thing being that Willow says and does things in this series that seem incredibly uncharacteristic of her. Her dialogue seemed more like young high school Willow from the first two seasons of the show rather than the mature and often troubled adult that she has become. While I was reading, Willow would sa [...]


    • Buffy the Vampire Slayer: WillowWonderlandScript: Jeff Parker and Christos GagePencils: Brian ChingInks: Jason GorderColors: Michelle MadsenLetters: Richard Starkings & Comicraft's Jimmy BetancourtReviewed from NetGalley ARCRating: R Creative MustJust months after Buffy destroys the seed of magic in order to save the world (again), Willow starts to notice changes all around her. Her friends just think she misses the power she had when magic was around; however, power is not the only thing mi [...]


    • Conseguí una copia para hacer una reseña en netgalley.La historia comienza con Willow viajando a otro mundo paralelo para conseguir que la magia vuelva a la Tierra, esa e su meta, su deseo. Pero en este mundo tendrá que luchar contra demonios de diversas formas, brujas y enemigos del pasado, mientras recorre grandes caminos junto a Marrak, otro brujo atrapado allí.Sin duda este viaje es un estilo a Alicia en el país de las Maravillas pero un poco más oscuro (supongo que por eso se llama: W [...]


    • Along with Spike: A Dark Place, I am not sure this miniseries was entirely necessary but I did really enjoy it. I liked seeing Willow separate from the group on her own journey and I thought her journey with the goddesses was really fascinating. Probably due to the cost of special effects, the show never really got that into Willow's spiritual life (like communing and communicating with the goddesses) that much so I was excited to see that explored in comic form. One thing that I particularly lo [...]


    • After an initial misstep of not knowing this book starts after the first trade paperback of Buffy season 9 finishes, I found myself very much invested in this story. Unlike other short series' of the past, featuring major or minor side characters of the Buffy universe, this story was cohesive and satisfying as any episodes of Buffy on TV could have hoped to be.Although it was set in a 'Wonderland', wherein Willow attempts to refind magic after the end of season 8, this story felt very grounded i [...]


    • Considering the effect that Season 8 had on Willow, giving her her own mini-series to explore that was a good idea. The story feels one issue too long however, with the first three issues or so being very stretched out and uninteresting. The latter two however up the ante a bit, furthering Willow's journey and reintroducing a villain I hadn't expected to see again. The respect and utilisation of the Buffy history is rife across these final two issues, and as a result it feels like a worthwhile s [...]


    • When magic disappears from our world, Willow goes in search of it in others. She teams up with a creature named Marrak, who is misshapen by dark magic. Willow fears what dark magic can do to her, so she fights it, but she may need to call on it to return home. On the planet are all kinds of creatures, including a sort of raven creature that carries dreams. If you get hit by one, you are immediately in that dream world. Willow also runs into a bunch of fellow witches, all strange and beautiful.Wi [...]


    • Wow! Like for the Spike trade, this adventure led me to think that having a Willow series would have been something great (a Spike and Willow series? Why not?). The art was amazing, including some great magical stuff and the story, if a little predictable, was solid enough. Overall, I don't think this limited series was as good as some of the best trades from Buffy Season 9 or Angel and Faith, but the originality of it and the quality of the art put it easily with a 5 stars rating.We follow Will [...]


    • It is hard to say anything about the story in this comic without spoiling plenty of crucial events in "Season 8" and "Season 9" of "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" (or "Angel + Faith"), so I won't. I'm assuming you know this book details what happens to Willow when she goes on her quest, and you want to know: is it worth spending time and effort on?To be honest: it's all a bit meh. The artwork is OK, but the story itself takes a little too much time to get anywhere and seems more concerned with throwi [...]


    • Willow Rozenberg is on a quest to return magic to the Earth after the events of Buffy Season 9. She's traveling interdimetionally, hoping to punch a hole between a magical dimension and earth to let the magic flow between the two worlds. In this quest she runs into several familiar characters -none of whom are quite what they seem - are they helping or hurting her quest?Basically, the book was OK. It's not the best example of the Buffyverse currently out there (for my money, that's the Angel and [...]


    • It's been a long time since I've entered the Buffy world, but this graphic novel was the perfect way to re-explore it. Following Willow on her adventures in an attempt to bring magic back to the world, 'Wonderland' is set between season 8 and 9 of Buffy.Because it had been so long since I'd watched it there were points that I felt unfamiliar with (the reappearance of Rack, most specifically) but overall I enjoyed the writing - Willow's voice is very clearly her, and the dialogue was written bril [...]


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