Croquis Pop, Volume 2

Croquis Pop, Volume 2

by KwangHyun Seo, JinHo Ko
     
 

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As the studio erupts in chaos over Ho Go's new comic, one of his former students - Ga-In - shows up at the door! Da-Il, who ends up sharing his room with his boss' former protégé, wakes up in the middle of the night to find his guest in the grip of a huge monster! Under attack himself, Da-Il is thrown into a tragic story from Ga-In's past, where he will have

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As the studio erupts in chaos over Ho Go's new comic, one of his former students - Ga-In - shows up at the door! Da-Il, who ends up sharing his room with his boss' former protégé, wakes up in the middle of the night to find his guest in the grip of a huge monster! Under attack himself, Da-Il is thrown into a tragic story from Ga-In's past, where he will have to learn that Mu-Huk can't always save him and even the powers of a Croquer have their limits.

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Aspiring comic-book artist Da-Il is starting his training under the supervision of Ho-Go, an experienced creator. Ho-Go's former student Ga-In arrives to help out on the latest issue, but when Da-Il finds himself in an alternate reality that seems to resemble Ga-In's memories, he soon realizes that weird forces are at play. Could the death of Ga-In's friend be the cause of the angry ghost that Da-Il and his coworkers are now forced to battle? Does Da-Il have the power to "draw" and "erase" reality? Unlike most manga/manhwa titles, there is no introduction to the characters or summary of the preceding volume's plot, so readers are forced to guess about the characters' relationships and the story line: slice-of-life interactions between particular characters are followed by drawn-out battles between others without any explanation as to how the two scenarios relate to one another. Although Croquis Pop does have well-done artwork and an intriguing art-based premise, libraries without a strong manhwa audience can skip it.-Dave Inabnitt, Brooklyn Public Library, NY

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780316214735
Publisher:
Yen Press
Publication date:
11/03/2011
Series:
Croquis Pop Series , #2
Sold by:
Hachette Digital, Inc.
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
69 MB
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Age Range:
13 - 18 Years

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Meet the Author

JinHo Ko is the creator of the manhwa series Croquis Pop and Jack Frost (published by Yen Press). He was inspired to become a manhwa artist in primary school and has been drawing manhwa since approximately the age of 12.

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