Title: Miraculous: Tales of Lady Bug and Cat Noir: Akumatized vol. 4
Illustrator: Michelle Wong
By: ZAG Entertainment
Pub: May 2017
Genre: Fiction, Graphic Novel
I received an eARC via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review
Akumatized vol. 4 brings together Miraculous tales #10 – #12 in one volume continuing Lady Bug and Cat Noir’s courageous, and often comedic, attempts to keep Paris safe from Hawk Moth and his dangerous akuma.
Volume 4 is fun and a great read for readers of all ages. It keeps the essence of the much loved animated show, not straying much from the line art. They look like direct screen grabs, but the graphic novel layout keeps it modern and fun for readers to follow. The panels look like snapshots from a digital camera.
Much of the humor and Cat Noir’s fantastic puns and comedic relief translates fairly well to the page. He’s funny on and off the screen.
Fans will find this as a delightful addition to the show, but will find there isn’t much difference.
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