Books Database Management

Management Address Book

[Read] ➯ The Little Red Fish (#2) Author James Moffitt – Webpolitics.us

The Little Red Fish (#2) This Is An Absolutely Fabulously Illustrated Book There Aren T That Many Like It It S A Great Tale For Older Children And Adults Alike For Children, It S A Gripping Adventure For Adults, It S A Moving Allegory About A Period Of History Most Of Them Haven T Given Any Thought, The Iranian Revolution.

[Read] ➯ The Little Red Fish (#2)  Author James Moffitt – Webpolitics.us
  • ebook
  • 34 pages
  • The Little Red Fish (#2)
  • James Moffitt
  • English
  • 17 February 2018
  • 9781495617683

    10 thoughts on “[Read] ➯ The Little Red Fish (#2) Author James Moffitt – Webpolitics.us


  1. says:

    The Little Red Fish 2 is the second book of this series by James Moffitt with art by Bizhan Khodabandeh The story told is an allegory of the Iranian Revolution of 1979 While I liked this volume, I was overall a bit impressed with the first issue.The story continues with a wounded Meluchere, who was injured protecting the fish As he recovers, some younger fish swim a bit too close to the surface where tragedy hits As Meluchere is well, the rumors begin to swirl that he might have been responsible He has to decide what to do to protect the fish.The art is again very well done I love the style and setting of this book The story advances and I look forward to what is next It s certainly made me curious about events that I was less informed about, and I find it an interesting way to tell the story Kudos to the artist and author for a beautifully told story.I received a review copy of this graphic novel from Rosarium Publishing and NetGalley in exchange for an honest review Thank...


  2. says:

    The Little Red Fish just gets better along the way I really love the allegory of the fish society and how it so reflects our societies It s scary how accurate the comic can be The whole thing with the birds making deals with the fish, who are ready to betray their own for protection, is just so interesting It all centers around the orb that s the key to the fish transforming into birds No one knows where this orb has come from and the birds are obsessed to have it and at the same time most of the fish don t even know it exists This brings us to the problem that is the betrayal of the fish, since the fish don t know what they are about to lose and at the same time they are eager to find a culprit or at least find a scapegoat to things they cannot handle The comic is so insightful and scary at ...


  3. says:

    Missing the first issue made the second a little confusing What didn t help was the somewhat poor illustrations If you re going to use animals to tell your story, then draw them with some form of facial features that can allow the reader to detect emotions Drawing them accurately is useless when...


  4. says:

    Love this better than the first one And I was moved I still think the way the strips are illustrated are kind of messy though, the orientation of the drawing is somehow different from each other so sometimes it s hard to tell who is talking and where are they facing etc otherwise, all good.


  5. says:

    an allegory the story was ok, but the images are stunning the style was very different than the cover suggests, but gorgeous.


  6. says:

    Issue number two did not disappoint Love the art in this series Now I m wondering how is the little fish going to help his people


  7. says:

    This was a good heroes journey story so far If you want to read a story about someones journey to being a hero than read this book.I read this book via NetGalley I thank them for this book.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *