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Tle giant than the usual and one little bean turns into a great big building destroying beanstalkWith help from Rapunzel and her trusty braids a pixie from Jack's past and a man with inventions. I had the pleasure of reading Rapunzel s Revenge for the 2008 Cybils Shortly after the Cybils ended Nathan Hale the illustrator posted sketches of the seuel Calamity Jack Thus began my year long obsession of waiting for the seuelOn page 50 of Rapunzel s Revenge Jack gives a uick explanation of why he s hiding out in the badlands of Gothel s Reach It s a throw away line two sentences long Calamity Jack fills in the blanks of that story as Jack and Rapunzel travel to the city to set things rightBefore Jack and Rapunzel arrive in town to stop the ant people and bring down another tyrant Jack reveals his past His story as expected is a retelling of Jack and the Beanstalk but in an urban setting Jack also goes into his history and transformation from schemer and petty crook to the character we meet in the first bookMost of Jack s transformation is told through Nathan Hale s excellent illustrations I especially like the panels on page 13 that begin to show Jack s insecuritiesFrom page 40 onwards the focus is on Jack s return to the City with Rapunzel uickly they are in the middle of trouble with the Ant People terrorizing the train they re on and later the City itself The trolls are using the ants as an excuse to run the town with an iron fist With the help of a plucky and technology obsessed newspaper man they decide to put an end to Blunderboar s monopoly over the CityI loved Calamity Jack I have to admit to having a literary crush on Jack So having a graphic novel centered on him was two days of pure reading joyThe comic ends on a romantic cliff hanger and I m hoping it means that there might be a third adventure in the futureI bought the book for review The Illusionists usual and one little bean turns into a great big building destroying beanstalkWith help from Rapunzel and her trusty braids a pixie from Jack's past and a man with inventions. I had the pleasure of reading Rapunzel s Revenge for the 2008 Cybils Shortly after the Cybils ended Nathan Hale the illustrator posted sketches of the seuel Calamity Jack Thus began my year long obsession of waiting for the seuelOn page 50 of Rapunzel s Revenge Jack gives a Planet of the Bugs uick explanation of why he s hiding out in the badlands of Gothel s Reach It s a throw away line two sentences long Calamity Jack fills in the blanks of that story as Jack and Rapunzel travel to the city to set things rightBefore Jack and Rapunzel arrive in town to stop the ant people and bring down another tyrant Jack reveals his past His story as expected is a retelling of Jack and the Beanstalk but in an Fishes of the Open Ocean urban setting Jack also goes into his history and transformation from schemer and petty crook to the character we meet in the first bookMost of Jack s transformation is told through Nathan Hale s excellent illustrations I especially like the panels on page 13 that begin to show Jack s insecuritiesFrom page 40 onwards the focus is on Jack s return to the City with Rapunzel Out of Bounds (Boundaries, uickly they are in the middle of trouble with the Ant People terrorizing the train they re on and later the City itself The trolls are Grass, Sky, Song using the ants as an excuse to run the town with an iron fist With the help of a plucky and technology obsessed newspaper man they decide to put an end to Blunderboar s monopoly over the CityI loved Calamity Jack I have to admit to having a literary crush on Jack So having a graphic novel centered on him was two days of pure reading joyThe comic ends on a romantic cliff hanger and I m hoping it means that there might be a third adventure in the futureI bought the book for review

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From the future they just might out swindle the evil giants and put his beloved city back in the hands of good peoplewhile catapulting themselves and readers into another fantastical adventure. I was looking forward to read the seuel of Rapunzel s Revenge and it was fun to read but not necessarily as cool as the firstThe story has switched gears and our main character is Jack and as the reader we get to see what his past is all about and how did he ever get that goose Well we get find out here and see Jack back in his hometurf It was funny and the illustrations and the placements are really just great and I could only imagine how much work is put into them I missed that Rapunzel s pigtails were no longer on her head but change can be good What this one was missing was that I really didn t get that fairytale feel like I did with the previous one I didn t feel as invested in the story as I like to be I m guessing that the setting of Rapunzel s story fit better with the characters This is targeted towards a younger audience who will be sure to love it but it didn t capture me as much as the firstStill give it a try if you have read the first and come away with a good laugh

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Jack likes to think of himself as a criminal mastermindwith an unfortunate amount of bad luck A schemer plotter planner trickster swindlermaybe even thief One fine day Jack picks a target a lit. I usually don t like to use the word delightful because it reminds me of delicious so than I think of food and graphic novels are not food But somehow I just think this is delightful As a seuel to Rapunzel s Revenge it s pretty darn good Now we get the point of view of Jack obviously and he is a funny character It starts off pretty much right were Rapuzel s story leaves off It gives a uick background at what Jack was up to even before he met Rapuzel You know where he gets the magic beans and steals the goose Both Rapunzel and Jack are still a great team and the two new characters make it just that much funnier than the last I was interested in the story than I thought I would be too Just swallowed this up with ease I still prefer novels but as a graphic novel this is delightful Now I ve read nearly all of Hale s work


10 thoughts on “Calamity Jack

  1. says:

    “Calamity Jack” is a brilliant seuel to Shannon and Dean Hale’s ever popular classic “Rapunzel’s Revenge” and this graphic novel is a great retelling of the classic fairy tale “Jack and the Beanstalk

  2. says:

    I usually don't like to use the word delightful because it reminds me of delicious so than I think of food and graphic novels are not food But

  3. says:

    Reviewed by Sarah Bean the Green Bean Teen ueen for TeensReadToocomJack has long been a trickster he's just not had the best of luck When a heist involving magic beans a beanstalk and giants goes wrong Jack leaves town After his adventures with Rapunzel in RAPUNZEL'S REVENGE Jack returns home to Shyport only to discover that the gia

  4. says:

    I loved Rapunzel’s Revenge so I figured I would love Calamity Jack as well In the end I did but it was a slow start Jack is a bit of a con artist and is not really very likable when we first meet him However he grows on you and once things started clicking I was cheating for him just as much as Rapunzel wasStill set in the odd sor

  5. says:

    OkNot as good as Rapunzels Revenge

  6. says:

    I had the pleasure of reading Rapunzel's Revenge for the 2008 Cybils Shortly after the Cybils ended Nathan Hale the illustrator posted sketches

  7. says:

    I was looking forward to read the seuel of Rapunzel's Revenge and it was fun to read but not necessarily as cool as the firstThe story has switched gears and our main character is Jack and as the reader we get to see what his past is all about and how did he ever get that goose? Well we get find out here and see Jack back in his hometurf I

  8. says:

    We recently read Rapunzel's Revenge and were excited to see that there was a seuel to the story This second book in the seri

  9. says:

    I think Calamity Jack was better than the first book in the series It had a consistent pace and a larger cast of

  10. says:

    I actually liked this better than the first one I love the character of Jack and really enjoyed finding out his backstory The jabberwocky and the bandersnatch were great too

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