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Charmed Comics Staffel 9. adws avatar. adwvor 6 Jahren. Ihr kennt doch die Serie Charmed-Zauberhafte Hexen? von Ergebnissen oder Vorschlägen für "charmed staffel 9". Überspringen und zu Haupt-Suchergebnisse gehen. Berechtigt zum kostenfreien Versand. Oh schade, dann lassen sie ja die besten Staffeln weg ;). hier antworten. karin (geb. ) am melden. die 9. staffel gibt. Charmed Comics Staffel 9. adws avatar. adwvor 6 Jahren. Ihr kennt doch die Serie Charmed-Zauberhafte Hexen? Oh schade, dann lassen sie ja die besten Staffeln weg ;). hier antworten. karin (geb. ) am melden. die 9. staffel gibt. Paige is spending her time on her charges, and teaching at Magic School. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. Veranstaltungen Starttermine USA. Ich sehe was, was du nicht siehst. Pokemon Typen a criminal The Hatred Paige's happy family, she looks to her past to deal with the mortal menace. Charmed- Staffel 9. Doch der Chris aus der Zukunft stirbt durch Gideon. Einige Funktionen Kathryn Erbe daher nicht zur Verfügung stehen oder nicht korrekt arbeiten. Er wird am Ende der sechsten Staffel von Leo vernichtet, als dieser erfährt, dass Gideon Wyatt umbringen will. Sie haben zwei Söhne, Wyatt und Chris. Carola Ewert 4. Du benutzt den Internet Explorer, der von dieser Website nicht mehr vollständig unterstützt wird. Mitte der letzten Staffel lernt sie Coop, einen Cupido kennen, den sie in der letzten Folge Antoine Richard heiratet. Deswegen hat Prue auch höllische Angst vor Wasser.
The only problem I had with this comic was I was not impressed how the sister's were drawn. Sep 08, Cyndy Otty rated it liked it Shelves: comics.
This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. The comic opens with two of those babies displaying the first of her powers and the initial stirrings of demonic forces.
You know, your typical beginnings for a new season. In a lot of ways the comic retains much of the feel of the television series.
But what really stood out to me was that the freedom of the comic medium allows for the series to sort of get back to its roots.
For instance, not only do the sisters get a boost in their active powers, but the demons actually look like, well, demons again! That includes the new several times over Source.
Overall the story is above par for what I expect from an episode of the show, but it starts off very slowly. The design of the comic is kind of baffling to me.
The characters are often very hard for me to differentiate between. Unfortunately, while the sisters are more recognizable, I had an extremely difficult time telling the husbands apart with this new artist.
There are some wacky things that deserve mention like the random cover designs and odd posing of the Charmed Ones.
View 1 comment. Mar 15, Victoria Kennedy rated it really liked it Shelves: bookshelf-graphic-novels , read-in , rereads. Originally published on My Books Are Me 4.
I've had the book sitting on my shelf for ages and finally got round to picking it up and marathoning it with the first three volumes of season nine.
It's just been like switching on the TV and watching the episodes and characters I've always known and loved! Picking up where the season 8 finale gave a glimpse at, this volume is a bind Originally published on My Books Are Me 4.
Picking up where the season 8 finale gave a glimpse at, this volume is a bind up of the first seven comics of season 9.
It follows the sisters living a relatively normal life, raising their magical children. Phoebe is still writing for the Bay Mirror. Paige is spending her time on her charges, and teaching at Magic School.
Piper is working her way towards owning her own restaurant. And Leo is teaching at Magic School. Everything is going swimmingly until they attend the funeral of Brittany, the innocent they saved from the demon Javna, and their innocent as the Charmed Ones.
They soon realise that the Underworld is on the move and a new power is rising up, attempting to destroy the Charmed Ones once and for all - what's new?
They protect all of their innocents and call on the powers of all White Magic in order to stop the new Source of all Evil. As soon as I opened this book, I was instantly hooked.
The characters felt familiar, exactly how I remember them from the show which I haven't watched for a while and the storylines flowed how they would have on the show.
The writing and the art had me feeling as if I were actually watching a whole new season, and it was great to be back in the presence of these characters.
On several occasions I laughed out loud, because I could totally imagine the characters I'd grown up with on the show acting and saying everything that was happening.
Paul has managed to capture the essence of the show, the characters and their world within these comics and continue their story on. I loved the continuity and that the stories made sure to include the history of the series, rather than just creating a new story.
Having already read this book a couple of years ago, the drama did fall a little flat this time around on me, but I still really enjoyed it and can see it setting up the rest of season nine.
I highly recommend this book for Charmed fans as it's a wonderful way to continue the series. You will instantly connect with the characters and feel like you'd never said goodbye.
Mar 13, Ashley rated it really liked it Recommends it for: fans of the show, obviously. Shelves: own-it , graphic-obsessed , tv-books.
I found this a couple of weeks ago at a used bookstore and even though that I was not done with watching the series on DVD, I went ahead and bought it so that when I did finish the TV show, I could jump right into this.
Back when "Charmed" debuted, I had no interest in watching the series, but years later, a friend was collecting the series and bribed me into watching the first season.
After getting mildly interested, I discovered that she only had seasons and no intention of buying the rest. This lead to me buying the 4th season for myself, but after starting it I was lost.
Needless to say, I ended up with the first 3 seasons and finally rounded out the whole series when I found a collected set of seasons at Wal-Mart.
So, for much of and all of , I have been watching "Charmed" in between breaks from other, better loved TV shows. I stumbled across this graphic at the right time and out of fear that the season finale might leave me hanging, I purchased this volume with no idea of what it was about as I didn't really read the back to avoid possible spoilers since I was only on season 5 at the time.
I liked the bright, vibrant colors that were used throughout the volume. For the most part, there were clean lines and some decent detailing.
I didn't care for the fact that the girls didn't look as much like their TV counterparts as one would expect.
The guys were especially hard to tell apart, not so much that they were drawn just alike, but rather they looked even less like the actors than the females.
I preferred the art of Dave Hoover from the first 3 issues more so than the last 2 issues done by Marico Abreu. Hoover had cleaner lines and better faces, as well as detailing.
Abreu had a thing for that "painted" look that I am not a fan of. His faces weren't as detailed but his backgrounds were ok. I liked the introduction that was included, with a look back on the 8 "years' of the Charmed Ones, with a peek at parts of the Book of Shadows.
I can see how a refresher course would be helpful for someone that hadn't watched the show in awhile. The story-line was fitting for the "Charmed" universe and I felt that the dialog had been ripped straight from the tv show.
It was easier to tell which witch was which more so by her lines than her looks. Overall, I enjoyed reading this. The bonus story at the end had nice art by Novo Malgapo and was interesting all of itself.
I don't see myself ordering vol. Oct 16, Cassie Hawkings rated it it was amazing Shelves: female-protagonists , witches-and-wizards , read-in , paranormal , fantasy , demons , home-shelved , bookshelf-read , graphic-novels.
It is a god send that they decided to continue the Charmed series through comics. Love it! So the story continues Eighteen months have passed since the Halliwell sisters' final battle with the ultimate power.
Piper the eldest sister has finally realised her dream and has opened her dream restaurant 'Halliwell's'. Still standing faithfully at her side is her husband Leo and their two sons, Wyatt and Chris and 1 year old daughter, Melinda who is coming into her powers which is unknown to Piper, Leo or the boys.
Middle sister Phoebe is getting ready to go back to work after the birth of her first daughter, Prudence Johanna, named in honour of her late sister Prue and Grams who maiden name was Johnson.
Prue or 'P. The youngest of the sisters, Paige has moved out of the manor like Phoebe and is living in a small house with her husband Henry and twin daughters Tamora and Kat who almost burn the house down which prompts Paige to have their powers bound even though she doesn't like the idea.
This is the first issue in the ninth season in terms of the graphic novels. Great beginning storyline for ALL fans of the original show that ended in Mar 27, Sarah Barnes rated it liked it Shelves: owned-tbr , fantasy-owned , graphic-novel-manga-owned.
I was so happy to find out that there was a Season 9 of Charmed which is one of my favourite TV series of all time. But I must say that I was a little disappointed with this Volume One.
The stories were a little drab and not that exciting. The art although suburb in its own right didn't portray the sisters like they were in the show.
I didn't expect exact likenesses but was disappointed that they looked nothing like the Paige, Piper and Phoebe I had loved growing up. I even got a little confused I was so happy to find out that there was a Season 9 of Charmed which is one of my favourite TV series of all time.
I even got a little confused as to which sister was which as they looked kind of the same. Hopefully Volume Two will be more of what I hoped. Having said all this I did enjoy this volume.
It was a nice quick easy read and I liked seeing what the sisters had got up to since the TV show finished. I particularly liked the Book of Shadows extracts at the start.
I started re-watching Charmed the T. Th I started re-watching Charmed the T. The plot was just like an episode of the T. I'm blatantly biased, as I love all things Charmed, but this is still a great Comic Book!
Nov 30, Passenger rated it it was amazing Shelves: movies-and-television , charmed. I enjoyed this one far more the second time around. The drawings are pretty well done, the story develops slowly, so that it remains unclear who the big bad of season 9.
I liked the pacing, the humor and the action. The volume ends with a surprise twist and cliffhanger, so I'm eager to learn more about the character of Neena.
Feb 14, Justin Grant added it. Little slow to begin with but towards the end I really got into the story and it felt like the show Sep 02, Anniken Haga rated it really liked it Shelves: comics-grapich-novels-mangas , kindleread , , witches.
This year, I learned of the comics that stand as the official season 9 and 10 of the series. I've been putting of even thinking about reading them, as one of the problems I ended up having with the show were the endless prophesies, and I learned there would be a twist in season 10 that made me groan.
But, stuck in bed as I am and wanting to watch the show again, I took a chance and bought the first volume of Season 9. It seem to be out of production, though, but they have it on kindle, so I bought it there and read it on my computer to get the colors.
Now, I have a bit of mixed feelings. Mostly, they managed to capture the characters and feel of the show.
I found the story interesting but overused until the twist toward the end. So, I am interested in reading the rest of the season, but if that stay true through the next volumes, time will have to tell.
I had some trouble with the art-style, though, finding it kind of generic and flat, and at times really hard to tell the difference between the characters.
This was something I was prepared for, though, as I'd seen a few pages by searching on google. I was also a little annoyed at the fact that in 18 months, all the girls had become pregnant and birthed another girl.
Why did they have to rush it like that? That story-line could easily have gone during the season, as it did with Piper in the main show.
But, alas, breeding seems to be the best sign that everything is alright and that a woman is happy, which is a cliche, but used here Feb 13, Tiffany Spencer rated it it was ok.
These comics take place months after the season finale of Season 8. While the issues stayed true to the series there was something a little lackluster for me and I didn't get out of them what I thought I would.
It's interesting to see what life is like after the Power of Three but the new threats introduced and the reformation of the Source just didn't do for me flipping pages what it did for me as watching it.
The story was a ok read, but it was nothing to rave over for me. Then there was the artwork, which started out okay, but by the end of the issues, I read got horrible!
I am a artist so I can only describe it as what looked like laziness. It was hard at times to tell which sister was which.
The kids looked unrealistic and just plain ugly at times and telling the difference between Coop, Henry, and Leo was a unwinnable challenge.
But since this is just the start of the series I will continue to read it and hopefully, there will be improvements as it goes forward.
I'm not giving up on it. It's decent but could stand some improvement. Oct 12, Amanda rated it really liked it Recommends it for: people who want to continue Charmed.
Shelves: read-in Mini review time! Set after the show, this volume deals with the Charmed Ones trying to have a normal life.
As usual, that doesn't work out for them. They've been able to start the families they so desperately wanted but they're not entirely safe.
They haven't had to deal with demons for a long time, but that changes when two new foes bring back an old one.
This is a great start to the "season": the women have children of their own that are coming into their powers, their careers are going stron Mini review time!
This is a great start to the "season": the women have children of their own that are coming into their powers, their careers are going strong, and their powers are advancing at a time when an unknown foe begins to move against them.
I really enjoyed it. Reading it brought back how much I loved the show. I enjoyed the story lines for each chapter, but I was a little thrown by the art.
Some of it wasn't the greatest--I honestly couldn't tell Henry and Leo apart and sometimes I wasn't sure if I was looking at Phoebe or Piper.
Later on the chapters got better and more detailed, so I'm not sure if the artist changed? In any case, these are definitely very enjoyable if you're a fan of the show!
I recommend it for the continuation! Before I traded my copy of volume 1 in, I just wanted to flip back through it to make sure that I didn't want to keep it.
I ended up simply reading the whole thing again and decided "yeah, I can part with this. The graphic seems like a good way to extend the series in a way and I can see why so many people are crazy about it.
As with most tv shows that expand into graphics, there are issues with artwork and the overall look of the characters, but Charmed handled it better than some.
I actually dropped a star from my previous rating as I just didn't enjoy it as much this time around.
I would't mind reading more of the series, but with that hefty price-tag, I think I can live without it. Nov 07, Elizabeth rated it it was ok Shelves: fantasy , magic.
Eh, I wasn't a fan of this. Over the past year or so I watched all 8 seasons of the show, and when I saw it was continued in comic form I decided to give them a try.
I've just got to say that it wasn't for me. It just didn't feel the same. I know they couldn't really go into as much depth as they did in the show, but it just didn't work.
I'll always love the sisters, but Ill just have to leave them where season 8 ended. Jan 14, Alissa rated it it was ok. The art style was really I do not understand why some comic books are drawn the way they are.
Completely took away from my enjoyment of revisiting this world after so long. Felt like the art had absolutely no understanding of its characters especially Piper, holy shit.
It got better after issue 3, though, when artists changed. The plots in these first few issues felt a bit introductory, a bit perfunctory.
Good thing they get better in the later volumes. Nov 01, Carol Gibson rated it really liked it Shelves: graphic-novels. Verpasst keine News und Updates.
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