- Tapa blanda: 188 páginas
- Editor: Viz; Edición: 01 (3 de marzo de 2010)
- Colección: Dinosaur King
- Idioma: Inglés
- ISBN-10: 1421532530
- ISBN-13: 978-1421532530
- Valoración media de los clientes: Sé el primero en opinar sobre este producto
- Clasificación en los más vendidos de Amazon: nº1.336.173 en Libros en idiomas extranjeros (Ver el Top 100 en Libros en idiomas extranjeros)
DINOSAUR KING 01 (Inglés) Tapa blanda – 3 mar 2010
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The official manga tie-in to the top-rated show from 4KidsTV!
R to L (Japanese Style). BONUS! Trading Cards inside! (Limited quantity available for first printing)
Max is obsessed with dinosaurs. He knows his Tapejara from his Pteranodon and can find fossils better than a trained paleontologist. When he discovers a stone tablet that transports him to the age of dinosaurs, it's a dream come true--until it becomes a nightmare. An evil genius named Dr. Z has enslaved the dinosaurs so he can use their hidden powers to take over the world! Now Max has to defeat Dr. Z and his Alpha Gang to save the ancient beasts and life as we know it.
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Sakai's manga is based on the collectible card game, which also has videogame and anime versions. The manga is fun, though, and doesn't seem like a forced rehash of game elements, even if it isn't completely original in its storytelling. Max is part of the fun. He's the typical plucky hero found in many manga for boys, always uttering his trademark line, "I gotta try!" His obsession with dinosaurs is a new facet for that type of character, though, and will speak to boy readers who are or were recently dinosaur-crazy. Max is backed up by Rex, who is the laidback, intelligent character. The plot follows a typical shonen path: hero is introduced and shown to be a bit of a goofball, villain appears with evil plan, hero vows to stop villain and inspires those around him to the cause of good. But the target audience for this work probably won't care that the plot isn't the most original. They'll be too busy appreciating the blend of action, dinosaurs, humor, and collectible card game.
The artwork doesn't stand out from the shonen pack. Max is spiky-haired and chubby-cheeked. Rex is the cool, handsome type. Dr. Z and the other villains are a stereotypical mix of "evil because nobody understands me" and the dinosaurs are either cute or tough, though they can be both if need be. But, again, readers probably won't care. The story is fast-paced and engaging and the art helps speed things along. Sakai has a good eye for when to insert humor, an important skill for this type of manga. There is some comedic violence, including one powerful shot to the family jewels on a bad guy, but that's the extent of the content issues. Mostly this is another exciting, zippy manga action story, with the unique addition of dinosaurs. Perfect for boy readers ages seven to ten.
-- Snow Wildsmith