Mouse Guard: Legends of the Guard, Vol. 3

Mouse Guard Legends of the Guard Vol Inside the June Alley Inn located in the Western mouse city of Barkstone mice from all over the territories gather for food drink and stories A storytelling competition a tradition of the establi

  • Title: Mouse Guard: Legends of the Guard, Vol. 3
  • Author: David Petersen Mark Buckingham Skottie Young Hannah Christenson Nicole Gustafsson C.M. Galdre Dustin Nguyen Kyla Vanderklugt
  • ISBN: 9781608867677
  • Page: 328
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Inside the June Alley Inn, located in the Western mouse city of Barkstone, mice from all over the territories gather for food, drink, and stories A storytelling competition, a tradition of the establishment, takes place with each mouse telling fantastic tales of courage and cleverness, with the hope of being selected winner and having their bar tab cleared by night s end.Inside the June Alley Inn, located in the Western mouse city of Barkstone, mice from all over the territories gather for food, drink, and stories A storytelling competition, a tradition of the establishment, takes place with each mouse telling fantastic tales of courage and cleverness, with the hope of being selected winner and having their bar tab cleared by night s end Featuring stories by Skottie Young Rocket Raccoon, Oz , Mark Buckingham Fables , Hannah Christenson Jim Henson s Storyteller , Nicole Gustafsson, C.M Galdre, Kyla Vanderklugt Jim Henson s Storyteller Witches , Dustin Nguyen Descender , Ram n K P rez Jim Henson s Tale of Sand, Hawkeye , Jake Parker, Eric Talbot, Ryan Lang, Fabian Rangel Jr Aaron Conley, and Becky Cloonan Gotham Academy, Southern Cross.

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    1. I really enjoyed all of the Legends of the Guard series. It's cool to see all of the different creator's takes on the world of the Mouse Guard. The variety and quality of the stories really show this is world has lot more to explore. I didn't really have any particular favorites but all of the stories were good and while I liked some of the art better than others, it all fit together well, especially within the framework of the series. I really wasn't sure how much I would enjoy stories of talki [...]

    2. Beyond good. Mouse Guard 1 and 2 set the bar pretty high, and this Canterbury Tales-esque set up, with multiple artists, takes it in an entirely new direction. Absolutely incredible!

    3. When David Petersen created his first Mouse Guard story, Mouse Guard: Fall 1152, I doubt he had any idea what he was actually creating. People have so fallen under this talented story-teller's charms of heroic mice that they basically demanded an opportunity to play with his toys. Thus was conceived the Legends of the Guard. This third volume collects stories some brilliant people working in comics today and will make the reader alternatively laugh and cry. This delightful, simple tales often ha [...]

    4. June, la dueña de la taberna, tiene la costumbre de reunir a sus clientes asiduos (que le deben más de un par de cuentas) y pedirles que le cuenten una historia, el que le cuente la mejor ya no le deberá nada. La ganadora de éste tomo es de mis favoritas de todas las ocasiones que June ha hecho esto.

    5. This is the third book in which Petersen selects various artists to create stories based in the Mouse Guard world and incorporates them into an evening of storytelling at the inn. The styles vary from story to story, and I find that the ones I like best are the ones most close to Petersen's own style.

    6. Yet another WONDERFUL entry into the world of Mouse Guard. This is a great collaborative efforts of artists and story tellers paying tribute to David Peterson mouse world. I really love the art and the stories.

    7. ci sono state molte piu storie interessanti e che mi sono piaciute rispetto al secondo tomo!! sempre storie imperdibili!! 😊

    8. The third volume in the Mouse Guard anthology spin-off is just as delightful as the first two. No prior knowledge of Petersen's main history is necessary to enjoy this selection of tales, most of which are no more than a few pages long. But readers of previous volumes will enjoy seeing the brave micemen and women of the narrative rendered in vastly different styles. There are a few more big names from the "comic book mainstream" this time around, including Mark Buckingham, Dustin Nguyen, and Bec [...]

    9. As always with this series, the art is a bit of a mixed bag, but I think the good outweighs the bad. And the stories go by so quickly it is hard to find fault in them. I still wish there was more work on a continuation of the main Mouse Guard series, since I just love David Petersen's art so much. I always love the various illustrations at the end of these books, the brief legends attached to them, and that they appear in the background of the frame narrative scenes, with the helpful diagram of [...]

    10. I always love the Mouse Guard books just because the illustrations are so fantastic. In this book it's time for the Winter Solstice storytelling contest to see who's bar tab at the June Alley Inn will be wiped clean with the best story. Each character's story is created and illustrated by a different author/illustrator with David Petersen's Mouse Guard illustrations tying everything together. It's a really quick read, but you could spend hours going back and studying the beautiful illustrations [...]

    11. Very quick review:-writing: 3 to 5 stars-story: 3 to 5 stars-characters: 3 to 5 stars-accessibility: 3 to 5 stars-setting: 3 to 5 (some more neat additions)-artwork: 3 to 5 (a really interesting variety)The collection varied from good to outstanding. Every story managed to maintain the feel of the series and they continue in the Canterbury Tales style framework that David Petersen wraps around it. A nice way to expand and fill the already rich world of the Mouse Guard while giving you a chance t [...]

    12. Another installment of the guest anthology, this volume continues the format of a variety of mice telling stories in the hopes of settling their debts at the tavern they frequent. This volume had some excellent stories, as they all do. Mark Buckingham (Fables) puts together an amusing one, but probably my favorite was a tale by Ryan Lang. This has always been one of the more effective elements of Mouse Guard, as it enables David Petersen to build folklore and mythology into his world and give it [...]

    13. A series of short tales; I found the shortest ones to be the most meaningful! The art and stories vary wildly, from comedic to tragic. A very enjoyable read, and not a bad place to start for those unfamiliar with the series.

    14. Public library copy. While I enjoyed the stories contained herein, I didn't think the sum of all the parts was as good as the regular series by David Petersen. The story done by the animator was visually amazing.

    15. This was a very nice little book. It is a collection of short stories from several different authors. Unlike other composition books (such as Flight), there is an overall story which wonderfully ties all the short ones together giving it a nice flow.

    16. Read a lot quicker then expected really amazingly done artwork lol would like to check out the other volumes in the series

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