Adventure Time #25

Adventure Time #25

Writer: Ryan North Artist: Shelli Paroline, amp, Various Publisher: Boom! Studios Release Date: February 19, 2014 Cover Price: $4.99 Critic Reviews: 3
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Ever have a favorite item? Something that you plan to keep with you always? Something that has a history back further than you can remember? Something precious...cherished...that will continue on after you've left on your final adventure and keep continuing. This is the story of that gem, and how truly loved it was. Join an ensemble of fan-favorite creators as we celebrate the 25th issue of ADVENTURE TIME with this very special issue!

  • 10
    Comic Bastards - Kimberly Gibson Feb 19, 2014

    Most of the art is this issue is different than what we are used to seeing. It helps separate flashbacks and present time though. There were various artists featured in this issue, Jeffrey Brown even worked on it. Amazing variant covers included art from a multitude of brilliant illustrators including Matt Cummings to Michael Dialynas. Nice work, guys. Read Full Review

  • 9.4
    Multiversity Comics - Zach Wilkerson Feb 20, 2014

    “Adventure Time” #25 is a terrific singular story, with fantastic art and a strong voice. The individual stories can feel somewhat disjointed, and the excessive word balloons often obscure the art. However, everything comes together in the end to form a product that is even better than the sum of its individual parts. “Adventure Time” is always quite “epic” in its absurdity, but rarely does it feel this grand and powerful. “Adventure Time” #25 is a great reminder that not only can comics based on licensed properties be good, they should be good. They can even, on occasion, be better than the source. Congrats to the creative team on this accomplishment, and may their fun never end. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    All-Comic - Tyler Goulet Feb 18, 2014

    Okay, so, the praise for this issue is high. Some of the art is a bit different that what were used to, but in context it works. As usual though, Ryan North gives us a fantastic story that very easily could be an episode on the Cartoon Network and both Paroline and Lamb provide stellar art that compliments Norths beyond perfectly. What does all this mean? Well, it means you need to read some Adventure Time from BOOM! Studios because they really do it right. If youre a new fan or an old one, you need to check out this issue and this series. Read Full Review

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