The Ocean of Osyria (The Hardy Boys Graphic Novel #1)



The Ocean of Osyria (The Hardy Boys Graphic Novel #1) Collected From The First Three Hardy Boys Comics, Here S The Complete Saga Of Frank And Joe S Adventure In The War Torn Middle Eastern Land Of Osyria After Rescuing Jackpot, A Kidnapped Prize Winning Racehorse, Frank And Joe Are Stunned To Return To Bayport And Discover That The Department Of International Security Has Arrested Their Best Friend, Chet Morton, For Stealing A Priceless Art Treasure The Hardy Boys Decide The Only Way To Clear The Friend Is To Journey To The Middle East And Find The Ocean Of Osyria Themselves Ages 8 To 12 Papercutz Is The Exciting New Graphic Novel Publisher That S Building A Huge Following Among The Next Generation Of Comics Fans Even The Most Reluctant Readers Are Becoming Addicted To The Papercutz Approach Of Giving Classic Characters A Modern Makeover Each Papercutz Graphic Novel Features Comics Stories Drawn In The Style Of The Popular Japanese Comics Known As Manga, And Beautifully Rendered With State Of The Art Color While Educators Rave About The High Quality Of The Papercutz Writing And Artwork, Readers 8 And Up Are Simply Enjoying The Great Adventures Found In Each Fun Filled Volume Be Sure To Check Out Other Papercutz Titles Such As Nancy Drew, Totally Spies, And Zorro.

10 thoughts on “The Ocean of Osyria (The Hardy Boys Graphic Novel #1)

  1. says:

    3.5 stars Introduction Now, I will be honest here I knew that the Hardy Boys existed in various books for decades now, but I was never able to pick up the series until just recently or at least pick up amodern day take on the classic book series in graphic novel format So, when I heard that Scott Lobdell, who was known for writing many superhero comic books in the past, was writing this series, I just had to see for myself what this series was all about What is this story abou 3.5 stars Introduction Now, I will be honest here I knew that the Hardy Boys existed in various books for decades now, but...

  2. says:

    OMG I LOVE THE GRAPHIC NOVEL VERSION Except that I never imagined the boys as boys I always think of them as grownup hot geeks LOL Yeah, I loved the story and their adventure to Osyria Such a nice short read I guess better than Batman Detective

  3. says:

    Personaly I like the Hardy Boys comic better than the Nancy Drew one Just because the Hardy Boys is so much funnier.

  4. says:

    Read the real Hardy Boys books by Franklin W Dixon The graphic novel which I was required to read was a dry read nothing like the originals.

  5. says:

    Scott Lobdell was the main X Men writer for the 90 s So I basically grew up on his comics, since Marvel s mutants were my favorite characters.So I try not to miss any chance to sample any work that came after his X Men years Although, I almost missed his take on the Hardy Boys.I saw soft cover copies at my nearest National Bookstore but I was holding out for a hardback But chance came at the 2008 Comic Con International in San Diego I got to meet Scott Lobdell at the Papercutz booth I got t Scott Lobdell was the main X Men writer for the 90 s So I basically grew up on his comics, since Marvel s mutants were my favorite characters.So I try not to miss any chance to sample any work that came after his X Men years Although, I almost missed his take on the Hardy Boys.I saw soft cover copies at my nearest National Bookstore but I was holding out for a hardback But chance came...

  6. says:

    The first story in the Hardy Boys graphic novel series finds the Hardy Boys beloved pal Chet Morton charged with trying to buy an expensive artifact off an online auction site In many ways, the book tries to strike a middle ground between the traditional Hardy Boys story We get a secret government agency and we also get...

  7. says:

    The boy detectives are back, this time is full color Frank and Joe have a new set of adventures, from a runaway stolen horse to friends getting arrested to getting friendly withcomputer hackers Chet has been accused to stealing a valuable necklace through an online auction, and the Hardy Boys are determined to find out the story behind the whole scheme.Very technology savvy and loaded , this story is a page turner until the end The artwork is a bit sloppy and several pictures are lost in the The boy detectives are back, this time is full color Frank and Joe have a new set of adventures, from a runaway stolen horse to friends getting arrested to getting friendly withcomputer hackers Chet has been accused to stealing a valuable necklace through an onlin...

  8. says:

    An enjoyable and accessible start to this Hardy Boys adaptation This one has been adapted for the 21st century with amodern storyline involving computer fraud and jewelry theft The novel also features a good deal of globetrotting, and the plot is intriguing if hardly believable The artwork is manga style but it still works fine for the story s brisk pace Of course, it has an agreeable amount of action, suspense, and innocent humor The updated setting works fine, but the author feels f An enjoyable and accessible start to this Hardy Boys adaptation This one has been adapted for the 21st century with amodern storyline involving computer fraud and jewelry theft The novel also features a good deal of globetrotting, and the plot...

  9. says:

    Teen detectives Joe and Frank Hardy are back with new stories in graphic novel format Stories are updated andsophisticated than the traditional series if a bit too reality stretching Joe and Frank travel to Paris and the Middle East, using cells phones, PDAs, and the internet to track down a missing historical artifact The full color art reflects the popular manga style The high adventure and comic style should pull reluctant readers in qu...

  10. says:

    This is the first in this series of Hardy Boys graphic novels On the minus side, the artwork is less to my taste than in some of the later books On the plus side, it actually includes some of the brothers s friends from the original or at least 1959 vintage novels Chet, Iola, and Callie On the neu...

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