Luna the Vampire, Volume 1: Grumpy Space

Luna the Vampire Volume Grumpy Space Ever wondered how it would be if outer space was populated by monsters LOOK NO FURTHER As this is the AMAZING everyday life of Luna the Vampire Jam packed with awesome adventures crazy faces zombie

  • Title: Luna the Vampire, Volume 1: Grumpy Space
  • Author: Yasmin Sheikh
  • ISBN: 9781631406287
  • Page: 306
  • Format: Paperback
  • Ever wondered how it would be if outer space was populated by monsters LOOK NO FURTHER As this is the AMAZING everyday life of Luna the Vampire Jam packed with awesome adventures, crazy faces, zombie postmen, AND SPACE By the power of the giant floating god heads, don t miss out

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    1. While initially I was not sure what to think of this comic, it didn’t take long for me to get into it, and I finished it soon after that point.The book’s style of humour reminded me of Adventure Time, but then I found that what emerged from the pages were actually a style of its own. Luna the Vampire also touches on subjects such as women’s body image as influenced by the media, the struggles of going to work, as well as some of the dangers of online shopping.Luna is a very independent you [...]

    2. It's best to approach 'Luna the Vampire, Volume 1: Grumpy Space' as a graphic novel for older readers. In spite of it's childlike Cartoon Network look, it's not something I'd recommend for children.Luna is a vampire who lives in space. Her delivery people are zombies and her friend is a witch. The book is a series of shorter adventures with a little bit of linking between them. Luna gets a new pet, a space worm, that is kind of a difficult choice in pets and not nearly as cute as the Bat Cat tha [...]

    3. I received this book from Netgalley in exchange of an honest review.What the hell did I just read? Sorry, but honestly? This one was just terrible. It looked so much fun, and so so interesting. Come on, vampires in space? With Zombies? With other monsters? Um, where do I sign up?Sadly, it was just terribly confusing, terribly boring, and terribly bland.Add to that the fact that after a few pages I just hated Luna. The way she does things, the way she acts, everything. She just annoyed me so much [...]

    4. Do you love adventure time? Do you love Invader Zim? Do you love grossness? Then this book is for you. Color illustrations; hand-written text

    5. Read review at: thereadingarmchairLuna the Vampire is a quick and fun read. The cartoony art style and the everyday life short stories make this comic so easy to read.Luna is a vampire that lives in space. This alone is a refreshing view, as I'm used to darker versions of these creatures. Along with Luna space is filled with all kinds of creatures, such as witches and zombies. Even the young vampire's pet is a fat worm, rather than a dog or a cat.This comic consists of a series of short stories [...]

    6. Luna the Vampire is like Happy Tree Friends and Tea Tauriainen's Mad Tea Party mixed in a bowl of weirdness and nasty stuff. It feels really familiar in a way and some of the shorter stories were great when others, well, weren't. It centers around Luna, her friends, family and pet maggot. There's no real plot, but more like everyday occurrences. The short story form works in this case, though we don't really get to know the characters, since there are no introductions and the comic is very short [...]

    7. This is a trimmed down version of my review, to view the full review visit The Book Ramble.I received a copy of this book from Diamond Book Distributors on NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.This book follows Luna, a space vampire, as she struggles with her friends, her job, her pet, and her dating life. I must admit I thought it was pretty bad initially, it had the feel of Adventure Time or something and I'm not a fan, but it actually kind of grew on me. I liked Luna, I thought a lot of [...]

    8. BRIDGET JONES meets BEETLEJUICE in this fiendishly funny comic about a blood-sucking-singleton and her pet maggot mutt, Moopsy. There are many, many things I love about this clever, cool and beautifully drawn comic. First off is the artwork - I don't often laugh out loud when reading comics, but the fantastic expressions on the characters and the funny background scenes just had me giggling the whole way through. The comedic timing is really on-point, and Luna is a much more complicated characte [...]

    9. This comic is about a vampire named Luna who lives in space. There isn't really any direction with this, and the stories didn't really flow together. I am not quite sure who the target audience is for this because the stories seem to be aimed towards primary school or middle school, but there were aspects that I didn't find appropriate towards children. An example being the second story about Luna and weight gain/loss that was told in a negative manner. I thought the artwork was colorful, fun, a [...]

    10. Luna the Vampire by Yasmin Sheikh is a colorfully drawn series of short stories. I don't know what age group it targets, at times it seems like it might be very young but topics seem like maybe middle school, where body image (one of the topics of a story) and such begin to be more important.I was neither impressed nor particularly unimpressed with this, it just did not really make any impression. Shortly after reading I tried to tell a friend about it and I really had nothing much to say, very [...]

    11. Luna the vampire is a young adult trying to navigate her (space) world. The short stories explore some of the messaging and things youth have to deal with; Luna being in space and a vampire does not make her exempt from the experiences. I'd recommend this story for fans of Cartoon Network shows who are middle school or older. ***I had the opportunity to review Luna the Vampire via Netgalley in exchange for my honest review.

    12. 2.5/5 StarsWhat can I say about this comic? It wasn't bad but it wasn't good either. Overall, I just feel like it was pretty meh. Maybe I'm just enough older than the target audience it was intended for because I don't get it. None of it was funny or enjoyable to me. It was just meh. I was hoping for more because overall the premise of vampires in space is an awesome idea. The execution of the premise was not so much.*I received an eARC from the publisher through Netgalley.

    13. This is a junior graphic novel, but I was a little confused- it has very basic story content suitable for young children- very short and sharp but the language and subjects for older ??? I thought it was Awful!Lots of short dumb "Non stories" This is just my point of view. Please read and come to your own conclusion.

    14. Cute, gross fun packed with plenty of heavy objects hitting squishy faces. It has a strong early 90s cartoon vibe and I feel like the characters are just getting started so I will happily read more in the future.

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