Gotham Academy Second Semester Vol Welcome Back GOTHAM ACADEMY is back for its second semester When you re Gotham Academy student Olive Silverlock winter holidays can be a drag Luckily when a new student shows up at Gotham Academy to keep her com

  • Title: Gotham Academy: Second Semester, Vol. 1: Welcome Back
  • Author: Brenden Fletcher Becky Cloonan Karl Kerschl Adam Archer
  • ISBN: 9781401271190
  • Page: 353
  • Format: Paperback
  • GOTHAM ACADEMY is back for its second semester When you re Gotham Academy student Olive Silverlock, winter holidays can be a drag Luckily, when a new student shows up at Gotham Academy to keep her company while the other students are away, Olive finds what could be a brand new friendor a whole lot of trouble And when Maps, Kyle, Colton, Pomeline and the rest of the stGOTHAM ACADEMY is back for its second semester When you re Gotham Academy student Olive Silverlock, winter holidays can be a drag Luckily, when a new student shows up at Gotham Academy to keep her company while the other students are away, Olive finds what could be a brand new friendor a whole lot of trouble And when Maps, Kyle, Colton, Pomeline and the rest of the students of Gotham s 1 prep school return for a new semester, the adventures are twice as mysterious and twice as dangerous Collects GOTHAM ACADEMY SECOND SEMESTER 1 3, 5 8.

    • [PDF] Download ✓ Gotham Academy: Second Semester, Vol. 1: Welcome Back | by Í Brenden Fletcher Becky Cloonan Karl Kerschl Adam Archer
      353 Brenden Fletcher Becky Cloonan Karl Kerschl Adam Archer
    • thumbnail Title: [PDF] Download ✓ Gotham Academy: Second Semester, Vol. 1: Welcome Back | by Í Brenden Fletcher Becky Cloonan Karl Kerschl Adam Archer
      Posted by:Brenden Fletcher Becky Cloonan Karl Kerschl Adam Archer
      Published :2019-01-04T10:04:04+00:00

    One thought on “Gotham Academy: Second Semester, Vol. 1: Welcome Back”

    1. Gotham Academy is a fabulous series that can be read both by kids and grown-ups. This is the second volume I've read in this series and I totally loved it. Honestly, I could sit down and re-read it, both for the stories and for the wonderful art.For those of you that don't know anything about Gotham Academy will I tell you this: It's a school with strange teachers, secret passengers, kids with abilities (not all of them, but some) and now and then a guy called Bruce Wayne shows up.My favorite ch [...]

    2. I feel like this is finally dragging Gotham Academy back from the chaotic mess of Vol 3: Yearbook and the very disappointing Lumberjanes/Gotham Academy crossover (which could have been fab if at least 40% of the text in the second half had been cut. did no one in the process understand the difference between a comic script and a prose novel?) I was so taken with the first volume of GA, even on re-read, so please please please let it stay on this better road!

    3. The Good: Wow, I can't believe how much better this was than previous volumes. The story was much more focused and interesting. The background paintings by Michele Assarasakron were gorgeous. After seeing this, I'm not sure why DC hasn't given her her own book to illustrate. With Adam Archer's pencils in the foreground it gave the book an animation feel to it.The Bad: Did not like Amy's deal at all. I saw where the story was headed the second she appeared and dreaded every panel she appeared in. [...]

    4. There's not a lot to say about this.The story is fairly weak and not well-written, jumping all over the place and not really following a logical flow.The illustrations are still fun and adorable.I'm still here, still reading so I guess that says something, right?

    5. 3.5Welcome back to Gotham Academy, home to all things creepy and mysterious. The gang is all back together in this issue to combat more mysteries involved around Gotham Academy, but it doesn't quite seem right. New friends and selfish intents could pull the group apart at the hinges, will they be able to overcome and save Gotham Academy once again?This follows the same group of quirky characters in the Detective Club at Gotham Academy as they combat the disappearance of a teacher and some other [...]

    6. Probably my favorite of the Gotham Academy series. though the plot was kind of all over the place at times

    7. 4 stars. This series is finally getting back on track! This was definitely my favorite volume since the first one. The artwork was back to being consistent and vibrant which I was so happy to see after the mess of the last volume. The story was a whole lot of fun and took a turn that I was not expecting with Olive’s character and I’m so excited to see where it goes next. The action and adventure was exciting and just served as a reminder of why I love this series so much. I’m definitely lo [...]

    8. I'm going to need my parents to adopt Maps and Jesus Christ, Pomeline is the Slytherin schoolgirl of my dreams. Another excellent volume in the series! This one really starts to bring a lot of the past threads together and I can't help but think we're heading for some kind of conclusion. Still, hoping this runs for a long while from now, I love it so much!!!

    9. [Read as single issues]I love Gotham Academy. It's one of those Bat-Books that carves out a little niche that no other book manages to find and really goes for it, roping in continuity and characters from all over the place (like the 60s Batman show and the 90s Animated Series) so that fans of Batman in general will get something fun out of everything involved. But it's also got a huge amount of heart and fun characters - which is why it's so sad to see them going through the wringer in this vol [...]

    10. Olive Silverlock stayed at Gotham Academy for the winter break. Before school started, a girl showed up in her room, claiming to be her new roommate. Amy convinces Olive to do bad things. They throw a rock through a window. They break into a house on the school property and then torment Eric. Then, a new club starts up, competing with Maps’s detective club. The new club is filled with witches who plan on burning the library books. Maps’s friends have to rescue her after she is brainwashed to [...]

    11. Gotham Academy: Second Semester picks up on Olive's story, which they had decided to ditch in Vol. 3, Gotham Academy: Yearbook.Unfortunately, I didn't really care for it. I'm still interested in Olive and Amity, etc, but I wasn't in love with this volume.(view spoiler)[Olive's going crazy, seeing things, and being manipulated by said things. Eric goes homicidal, and puts together a costume and calls himself "The Symbolist." (hide spoiler)] But Batman makes an appearance, so that's cool. So, anyw [...]

    12. A really nicely organized volume. We begin with a short investigation of the Witches Club. It reminds of us who the characters are and why we love them and their fun detectiving.But in the latter half of the volume, things really rev up, and we're suddenly faced with a mystery much more crucial to the school and to our main characters. There are some beautiful reveals in this storyline that really pay off much of the book so far (and make me want to reread it). It brings things up to the next le [...]

    13. I have had the Gotham Academy series saved in my wishlist for a long while but wasn't 100% sure whether it was for me or not.When I got the chance on Netgalley (Thanks for the ARC copy) to read this one, I jumped at it. Yes, I jumped into a series that has already been established without reading anything prior so I knew nothing about it but I loved it. I had no issues with the characters or figuring out the basics.The illustrations are fantastic in this book.An excellent read, thanks again Netg [...]

    14. 5 starsNice to see Olive, Maps, and the rest of the Detective Club again. Olive's roommate being her great.andmother was quite interesting. Also, Olive is an Arkham. Hope the Detective Club will be able to stop Olive. Glad to see a cameo from Batman/Bruce Wayne. Can't wait to read Gotham Academy Second Semester volume 2!!!!

    15. Once again I couldn't really remember the backstory or the characters, but that didn't stop me from enjoying this somewhat. There were times that I was kind of confused (and still am a little lost at that ending) but it was still enjoyable enough. I like the art, and the characters and their friendship. I don't really know what's going on, but I'll keep reading.

    16. I started this one not expecting to like it too muchbut I did! The story arc was fun and the art and layout is stellar. The mysteries, characters, flashbacks, etc. made this a really great read and I'm all in for the next one.

    17. This was awesome! One of my favorite volumes for sure! The plot was fascinating, the character development was interesting, the pacing was perfect, and I just had to keep flipping the pages to find out what was going to happen. There was a lot going on in this volume, but it never felt like too much and all of the elements were interesting, especially the hunt for the book and what it lead to! I can't wait to see what happens next with Olive!

    18. I am not sure if Gotham Academy Second Semester is a spin off series for Gotham Academy or a continuation of the overarching story. All of our main characters return to a new semester. I was a bit hesitant to read this one since I was really disappointed with Gotham Academy Vol. 3, but ended up really enjoying this one. The plot and tension of this volume is a slow burn. Olive has a new roommate that starts to have a negative effect on her. We also have a small mystery where students have been b [...]

    19. Okay so this series is starting to make a lot of sense and we definitely get more insight into what's going on to Olive as a character. I thought the artwork was amazing and I must says that the plot left me wanting more. It was extremely intriguing and I really enjoyed it. I'm excited to see where the rest of the story is going to go.

    20. Gotham Academy was a great comic and I don’t even know where to begin… I was happy to read the new adventures of these lovely Gotham pupils! The volume begins with the introduction of a new character. She is not the kind of girl you want to cross path with when you are entering your room. Not an engaging character. Olive’s new roommate represents everything I hate in a character, the fake rebel and insufferable persona of « I don’t care of everything and anything ». It pisses me off. [...]

    21. ***** I got a digital ARC of this from DC through Netgalley in exchange for an honest review.I'd never read any of the previous Gotham Academy books that started near the end of the New 52. The kids that are the main characters made cameo appearances in Poison Ivy: Cycle of Life and Death and something else that I read, but that was my only experience with these characters prior to starting this book. The very first thing I noticed when I started reading this book was the art. The book is astoun [...]

    22. Young adult cерия о Готэмской Академии продолжилась в перезапуске DC Rebirth под названием Gotham Academy: Second Semester и, надо сказать, что "второй сезон" получился на голову лучше первого. Чтобы сделать историю поинтереснее и добавить драмы после довольно пресного третьего тома Gotham Academy , авто [...]

    23. More reviews (and no fluff) on the blog surrealtalvi.wordpress/Gothan Academy Second Semester, Volume 2, is a frustrating book: all the elements are there for something that should be really great but just never seems to coalesce. Choppy storytelling, odd characterizations, and maguffins that baffle rather than tease make it hard to find any credible belief in the 'twist' at the end. But then again, the art is quite beautiful and one has to appreciate the 'Buffy meets Scooby Doo' approach.Synops [...]

    24. Gotham Academy: Second Semester, Vol.1: Welcome Back by Brendan Fletcher is a terrific and creative series that has one foot in the Batman Universe and for the rest, stands quite comfortably on its own. If there was a comic that was begging to be made into a television series, this one is it!For Gotham Academy student Olive Silverlock, the winter holiday are the worst. As the school empties out, even her little detective club leaves, a new student arrives to help keep Olive company. The new girl [...]

    25. I absolutely love this comic series! My boyfriend introduced me to the first semester and I just adored it right away. The writing is fantastic - the dialogue between characters is so funny. And the art is always great and easy to follow. It's just so well written overall, I think. So much action and mysteries everywhere; nothing is ever what it seems at Gotham Academy.The characters are so well written, and I absolutely adore Olive, Pom and Colton. I'm not so keen on some of the others, but [...]

    Leave a Reply

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