Moving Pictures

Moving Pictures

by Kathryn Immonen, Stuart Immonen

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ISBN-13: 9781603092029
Publisher: Idea & Design Works, LLC
Publication date: 05/15/2012
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 39 MB
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Moving Pictures 3.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
kristenn on LibraryThing 10 months ago
So I read this and I enjoyed it but I was quite sure at the end that I'd missed something very significant. So I read it again (it's short) and that didn't help. So I had my husband read it and he was equally perplexed. So then I read a handful of reviews, relying in particular on Douglas Wolk. And my conclusion is that I didn't miss anything. The book simply disregards formula and has a misleading official description hinting at cliches that don't exist. So then I felt much better about both it and myself.I bought this because I buy most things from the Immonens. And everything that isn't Marvel. It was a given that I'd love the art. The writing is less certain but it was gorgeous as well. Immonen's writing seems to always jump around a lot, so it works better (for me) in stories where the scenes keep jumping as well. The alternative is irritatingly unfocused, hyperactive characters. But everyone was very deliberate here. With some very thought-provoking perspectives. This is a good discussion book. Once you accept where the action is.
MariaKhristina on LibraryThing 10 months ago
The narration got a little messy in certain spots and I got a little lost but this was a good book. When someone asked me to describe the book I was reading the synopsis sounds a little dull so for the two authors to make a story out of what sounds like a boring premise shows their talent. Their illustrations were good as well as the framing they use for their characters really gives the story it's mood. However, I could see what themes and feelings they were trying to give their characters but I feel like they did not flesh them out enough.
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