Nancy Drew & The Hardy Boys: The Case of the Missing Adult OGN
Nancy Drew is new to Bayport. She quickly bonds with brothers Frank and Joe, also known as The Hardy Boys. About five minutes after that, a mystery starts to unravel.
I wish I could tell you how much fun I had reading this book! Author Scott Bryan Wilson tells a great story that introduces the characters without any “origin” story, because none is really needed for these characters, and then hits the ground running. The story isn’t a mystery where you have to re-read the book over and over to find clues, yet it’s compelling and clever and makes good use of part of the character’s status quo. I’m a long time fan of these characters and Wilson does a fine job introducing them for a new generation of fans.
Bob Solanovicz, the artist of this book, has got a great style that totally plays to this books’ intended audience. Fortunately, this books’ intended audience is EVERYONE. Solanovicz has a great style that younger readers will find very entertaining and teens and adults will take to it as well. It’s not too cartoony or simple, but not overly complicated. Bottom line, his art is a big part of what makes this book as fun as it is.
I'd recommend buying this book. It's entaining on so many levels. A good mystery, a good comic, a good BOOK, period. There's just one thing. When you're done reading it, give it to a kid. Leave it in your doctor's waiting room, Donate it to your local library. Whatever you need to do to get it out there for other people to read.
Nancy Drew & The Hardy Boys The Case of the Missing Adults: Fletchered!!
Writing - 8/108/10
Storyline - 8/108/10
Art - 9/109/10
Color - 10/1010/10
Cover Art - 9/109/10
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