Gotham Academy: Second Semester, Vol. 1: Welcome Back

Gotham Academy: Second Semester, Vol. 1: Welcome Back Olive Silverlock Tem Sido Quase Uma Prisioneira Da Academia Gotham H V Rios Meses Apesar De Se Sentir Encurralada Na Prestigiada Institui O De Ensino, No Entanto, A Atormentada Garota Encontrou L Um Grupo De Amigos Fi Is, Que A Ajudaram A Esquecer Seus Muitos Problemas Entre Eles, O Fato De Ser Filha De Uma Cruel Supervil , Falecida H N O Muito Tempo Mas Ser Que Essa Amizade Vai Ser Suficiente Para Livrar A Menina Do Legado Sombrio Que A Acompanha

Brenden Fletcher is a writer who s worked on DC Comics titles including the bestselling Batgirl of Burnside, Gotham Academy, and Black Canary.He contributed the acclaimed Flash story to the Eisner and Harvey Award winning Wednesday Comics and has recently launched a Mighty Morphin Power Rangers Pink series for Boom Studios.

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  • Paperback
  • 132 pages
  • Gotham Academy: Second Semester, Vol. 1: Welcome Back
  • Brenden Fletcher
  • Portuguese
  • 09 June 2017

10 thoughts on “Gotham Academy: Second Semester, Vol. 1: Welcome Back

  1. says:

    Gotham Academy is a fabulous series that can be read both by kids and grown ups This is the second volume I ve read in this series and I totally loved it Honestly, I could sit down and re read it, both for the stories and for the wonderful art.For those of you that don t know anything about Gotham Academy will I tell you this It s a school with strange teachers, secret passengers, kids with abilities not all of them, but some and now and then a guy called Bruce Wayne shows up.My favorite character is Maps, she is a young Asian girl that reminds me of Jubilee from Marvel and she loves adventures and mysteries Of course, I like the rest of the characters to Silverlock, Kyle, etc But, it s just something about this spunky kid that makes me truly love this series.The art is marvelous, this is the kind of art that I really, really love and I ve added some screen caps for you all to see I want to thank the publisher for providing me with a free copy for an honest review

  2. says:

    I feel like this is finally dragging Gotham Academy back from the chaotic mess of Vol 3 Yearbook and the very disappointing Lumberjanes Gotham Academy crossover which could have been fab if at least 40% of the text in the second half had been cut Did no one in the process understand the difference between a comic script and a prose novel I was so taken with the first volume of GA, even on re read, so please please please let it stay on this better road

  3. says:

    The Good Wow, I can t believe how much better this was than previous volumes The story was much focused and interesting The background paintings by Michele Assarasakron were gorgeous After seeing this, I m not sure why DC hasn t given her her own book to illustrate With Adam Archer s pencils in the foreground it gave the book an animation feel to it.The Bad Did not like Amy s deal at all I saw where the story was headed the second she appeared and dreaded every panel she appeared in.The Ugly I didn t care much for the ending at all Hopefully they ll right the ship in the next volume.Received an advanced copy from DC and NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.

  4. says:

    Me once I finished Gotham Academy Second Semester, Vol 1Reasons why this got 4 starsCan I just say that I m really surprised that this wasn t an absolute disappointment After reading Gotham Academy, Vol 3 Yearbook I figured there was no hope for this series to redeem itself but I WAS WRONG Second Semester, Vol 1 reminded me of why I loved this series to begin with and I can t wait to read the next one to see how everything plays out Vol 3 actually had a great and strong storyline that was enjoyable and easy to follow We finally get a bit of development with Pom s character Katherine changing into I don t even know what an orange flubber to help Pom and Colton was the funniest and cutest thing LOL And honestly, Olive and Maps are friendship goals Reasons why this didn t get 5 starsYet again I m left with questions than answers I ve always wondered what was Eric s purpose and finally we got an answer Well, sort of I d say we got an answer with no further explanation Like tada this is what Eric is obsessed with and what he believes is his purpose but we won t give you any further information on why or how this came to be Cool Pomyes, I was happy we got development with her character but I need With getting to know why Pom was so obsessed with finding that book we learn of the connection with Pom and Olive and Amity and Alienor And poof that s it I really would love a prequel of that focused on Amity and Alienor with a clear picture of what actually happened Lastly, I just realized that Gotham Academy Second Semester, Vol 2 is the last vol and I don t know how I feel about this I feel like I won t get all the answers I need and that s a frustrating thought.

  5. says:

    3.5Welcome back to Gotham Academy, home to all things creepy and mysterious The gang is all back together in this issue to combat mysteries involved around Gotham Academy, but it doesn t quite seem right New friends and selfish intents could pull the group apart at the hinges, will they be able to overcome and save Gotham Academy once again This follows the same group of quirky characters in the Detective Club at Gotham Academy as they combat the disappearance of a teacher and some other strange happenings Olive gets a new roommate, Amy, who is definitely not a team player and Olive is being pulled into 2 different directions After the break all the kids are ready to get back to learning, but at this Academy learning does not seem to be a priority, instead mystery ensues at every turn of the corner, with the first being that 1 teacher has not returned from breakwhere could she be The art is fantastic as always, and this is a great series for teens and young adults as well since this is set in a private high school and focuses mainly on the relationship of a group of friends solving mysteries not quite Scooby Doo because in this instance the monsters are real I will say that while this is Vol 1 because it is Gotham Academy Semester 1, I think it should have a disclaimer that it is Gotham Academy 4 total, since it follows right after the events of the first 3 volumes in the Gotham Academy series Since it has been a while since I read the first 3 it did take me awhile to get back into the story, but I definitely think the story is starting to pick up from where the last one ended.The rating for this story definitely got bumped up due to the fantastic ending which held a major cliffhanger The entire graphic novel is filled with twists and turns that will have you trying to guess what will happen next throughout it An enjoyable read overall.

  6. says:

    Probably my favorite of the Gotham Academy series though the plot was kind of all over the place at times

  7. says:

    There s not a lot to say about this.The story is fairly weak and not well written, jumping all over the place and not really following a logical flow.The illustrations are still fun and adorable.I m still here, still reading so I guess that says something, right

  8. says:

    I really loved learning about the history of the silverlocks and arkhams.

  9. says:

    4 stars This series is finally getting back on track This was definitely my favorite volume since the first one The artwork was back to being consistent and vibrant which I was so happy to see after the mess of the last volume The story was a whole lot of fun and took a turn that I was not expecting with Olive s character and I m so excited to see where it goes next The action and adventure was exciting and just served as a reminder of why I love this series so much I m definitely looking forward to the next volume and I hope they don t lose this momentum.

  10. says:

    As always, I love the artwork, and the stories this time were pretty good Looking forward to the next.

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