Adventure Time: The Original Cartoon Title Cards (Vol 2)

Adventure Time The Original Cartoon Title Cards Vol Adventure Time s adorably weird and wonderful post apocalyptic world has captured the hearts of fans worldwide Featuring all the title cards from seasons and of the show plus early sketches crea

  • Title: Adventure Time: The Original Cartoon Title Cards (Vol 2)
  • Author: Pendleton Ward
  • ISBN: 9781783298969
  • Page: 263
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Adventure Time s adorably weird and wonderful post apocalyptic world has captured the hearts of fans worldwide.Featuring all the title cards from seasons 3 and 4 of the show, plus early sketches, creator commentary, and exclusive insights into the vast and varied inspirations behind the art, the second volume of Adventure Time The Original Cartoon Title Cards is an absoluAdventure Time s adorably weird and wonderful post apocalyptic world has captured the hearts of fans worldwide.Featuring all the title cards from seasons 3 and 4 of the show, plus early sketches, creator commentary, and exclusive insights into the vast and varied inspirations behind the art, the second volume of Adventure Time The Original Cartoon Title Cards is an absolute must have for every fan.

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    1. So I’m a huge fan of Adventure Time and was very excited to be able to review this book. I have to admit, before reading this, I never really paid attention to the title cards of each episode while watching the show, but I definitely will now!It was really interesting to see the work and thought that went into each title card. A lot more effort was required to create them than I expected, and the title cards themselves actually had a lot more meaning than just introducing each episode. Many of [...]

    2. When I was young I remember watching cartoons featuring Bugs and Daffy, Captain Caveman or Godzilla. Many years have passed and today the choice of cartoons is vast – there are channels which need output 24/7 so the battle for airtime is tough.I have two boys (both under 10) and, like their dad, they enjoy the cartoons too. However, Teen Titans, The Amazing World of Gumball and even Spongebob are nothing like the cartoons we once watched (except perhaps for Chorlton and the Wheelies which was [...]

    3. Soo this is the first time I am reviewing a book from a giveaway that I have won (Yaay me!)25dia.tumblr/ae92ff273dLets get started:May be a bit biased here, but I absolutely love Adventure Time! Like totally love <3So to me this book was a complete joy to have in my possession- I thought it was really cool how they did it. They included an introduction highlighting awards they had won and gave an insight to how they came up with sketches and themes of the show.They also gave us some backgrou [...]

    4. I won this book as part of Goodread's First Reads competitions. I entered this competition hoping to win the book for two of my cousins as they love Adventure Time (okay, okay, I love it too!). I've yet to open the book as it's a present but it is really well presented and well made with a lovely cover and hard back. Hoping to update my review soon when they've had a look through it :)

    5. Although I haven't watched past Season 1 of Adventure Time, I really enjoyed seeing the different title cards and reading the story and thought behind each one. I'm excited to continue watching the series and seeing these cards on the show itself. It was something different and an easy and relaxing read.

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