Adventures of Dr. McNinja: Night Powers

Christopher Hastings Benito Cereno Les McClaine

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Adventures of Dr. McNinja: Night Powers

Adventures of Dr McNinja Night Powers What s better than an evil unicorn motorcycle monster gang wars a tennis match against a god of destruction and bandidos on velociraptors Yeah we couldn t think of anything either Award winning c

  • Title: Adventures of Dr. McNinja: Night Powers
  • Author: Christopher Hastings Benito Cereno Les McClaine
  • ISBN: 9781595827098
  • Page: 213
  • Format: Paperback
  • What s better than an evil unicorn motorcycle, monster gang wars, a tennis match against a god of destruction, and bandidos on velociraptors Yeah, we couldn t think of anything, either Award winning cartoonist Chris Hastings teams up with Dark Horse Books to bring his smash hit webcomic to print with the first three full color story arcs of Dr McNinja, as well as an excluWhat s better than an evil unicorn motorcycle, monster gang wars, a tennis match against a god of destruction, and bandidos on velociraptors Yeah, we couldn t think of anything, either Award winning cartoonist Chris Hastings teams up with Dark Horse Books to bring his smash hit webcomic to print with the first three full color story arcs of Dr McNinja, as well as an exclusive story by Benito Cereno and Les McClaine Collects Monster Mart, Death Volley, and Doc Gets Rad previously published at drmcninja , and the new, exclusive to print story Winter Wonderdome Drmcninja receives up to 200,000 unique visitors on update days.

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    One thought on “Adventures of Dr. McNinja: Night Powers

    1. Martin on said:

      By far, not as fun (or as funny) as the Dr. McNinja Omnibus. It was nice to see it in full colour (the omnibus was in black & white), but I wouldn't have minded it being in B&W if it had remained as funny as the earlier adventures found in the omnibus. I really liked the omnibus (if that wasn't clear by now), but now after this one I'm not sure I'll read the subsequent books in the series. Too bad.

    2. TheNeutrino on said:

      I am currently a big fan of "Dr. McNinja", but I first found out about Hastings' series from this book. I found it in some quiet public library in the middle of nowhere. Bored at the time, I said, "Dr. McNinja? Wait, what? Might as well look at a couple pages", and started reading. It was amazing! I even had problems stopping myself from laughing. Not only is this comic hilarious, and very well done, but I can honestly not think of a single criticism. Other than that it made me get glares from e [...]

    3. John Otte on said:

      Dr. McNinja in full color? How can this possibly go wrong?Well, it is the Doc, so I guess there are plenty of ways, but . . .Never mind. Awesome stuff! From the first appearance of King Radical to the exploration of Doc's past in college (more Hortense, please!), it ends with the great story of Sparklelord, the unicorn/motorcycle.This is just a great book all around!

    4. Holly Fetter on said:

      Dr. McNinja is full of win. His majestic awesomeness is truly overwhelming. I'll just leave it at that.

    5. Lauren Stoolfire on said:

      This graphic novel’s tone features a good deal of absurdist, nonsensical, wacky humor that for the most part is incredible and highly stylized in this format. Each character has a strong personality that comes through. As for the themes this is able to parody many aspects of popular culture in the struggle between good and evil. The story follows Dr. McNinja and his sidekick Gordito. The doctor comes from a ninja family but also has an interest in the medical arts – he can kill with one hand [...]

    6. Caroline on said:

      Just bought this. The title sold me, but the first few pages are made of so much AWESOME that I can only assume that I'll love the rest of it. The current 4 stars is in anticipation of my enjoyment.Why is it that I'm amused by such nonsensical things as a 12-year-old sidekick growing an awesome moustache by force of WILL alone and riding a velociraptor after hanging with the ex-paleontologist raptor-riding banditos before teaming up with Dr. McNinja. There is nothing but compounded WIN in that s [...]

    7. Taniplea on said:

      I was reluctant to even pick this one up, something about the cover must have made me think I wouldn't like the book. But I ended up really enjoying it, especially the little comments at the bottom of the page; they are so hilarious! It reminded me much of Deadpool and seeing that the author wrote some Deadpool comics as well explains A LOT. I'll definitely try to read more by him, either Dr. McNinja or Deadpool (or maybe something entirely else?).

    8. Sita on said:

      While it's always good to have some quirkiness, this comic, though boasting a ninja doctor, gorilla receptionist, unicorns, motorcycles, and much more, didn't connect with me. I read it all the way through, but it was a bit lacking for me, it fell short of my expectations based on all the great reviews I heard about this book.

    9. Bridgette H on said:

      Whenever I need a pick me up, I read Dr. McNinja. Funniest stuff I've read in awhile. Ninjas, 12 year old bandidos with mustaches, raptors, and a gorilla named Judy who is a consummate professional. He's a doctor, a ninja, and he's Irish. Dr. McNinja people! PS Chris Hastings, get out of my head.

    10. Lisa on said:

      I was paging through this to make sure it was safe to put in our collection for the kids, and I saw enough rainbows and unicrons to make me want to read it.Most of the time it was just bizarre, but there was also some lol's.

    11. Jannah on said:

      Little bit too random than I prefer? Kind of felt like if Axe Cop was written by a 12-year-old and started to think more about plot and characters, but still lots of absurdity.I dunno. Managed to finish it, but just wasn't for me.

    12. Kate on said:

      Dr McNinja in colour! What could be better. Dr McNinja tightrope walks the line between action and absurdity with a lot of skill. It pokes fun of tropes just as often as it revels in them, which makes a very satisfying result.

    13. Daniel on said:

      Absurd. Wonderfully absurd. I found it hard to stop reading this, so I didn't. Sure, it all happened over a few sittings, but I consider the time between reading as "breaks." I took a gamble on this, and there's no question I'll buy the next one.

    14. Jien on said:

      It's a bit underwhelming and the commentary at the bottom of each page is tedious. I hoped it would be better, but the attempts at "awesome" came off as lukewarm at best. Maybe one good line in the whole book, but it was at least interesting enough for me to read through.

    15. Adam on said:

      Maybe I'm dumb, but I could only decipher about half of the jokes in this book. Pretty disappointing.

    16. M on said:

      I didn't like the Canada parody stuff in the bonus story, but the magic hat more than made up for it.

    17. Felicia (Little Prairie Library) on said:

      This series is so hilarious and I want everyone to read it. I mean, a doctor that is also a ninja? Come on!

    18. Dolores on said:

      This book is just sicknasty. 'Cept for the evil unicorn. Dude! Unicorns are NOT evil.

    19. Elsa on said:

      This was so unbelievably stupid it was funny. I couldn't read the whole thing though. It got a little tiring.

    20. Logan on said:

      More of the same, but now in color! I really enjoyed the Inocktec adventure.

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