Muppet Snow White

Muppet Snow White It s the classic tale of Snow White with the Muppet twist When Queen Piggy learns she s not the fairest in the land she will stop at nothing to gain back the titlebut when Snow White escapes to the

  • Title: Muppet Snow White
  • Author: Jesse Blaze Snider Shelli Paroline
  • ISBN: 9781608865741
  • Page: 405
  • Format: Paperback
  • It s the classic tale of Snow White, with the Muppet twist When Queen Piggy learns she s not the fairest in the land, she will stop at nothing to gain back the titlebut when Snow White escapes to the woods to live with the Muppet band Electric Mayhem, hilarity will ensue

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    1. The Muppet Christmas Carol is one of my all time favorite movies, mostly because of Gonzo and Rizzo and their awesome narration. Muppet Snow White might just become one of my favorite graphic novels of all time, much for the same reason. This is not your traditional interpretation of the fairy tale classic as the Electric Mayhem stand in for the seven dwarfs,-yes, dwarfs, Rizzo- and that should tell you how the story will go. Lots of Muppet Show references will probably go sailing over the heads [...]

    2. I understand why this is in juvenile graphic, but really it has way too many Muppet inside jokes (as in, from when The Muppet Show was still on) and adult (not adult-themed but on an adult level) humor for most kids. Kids will probably find it funny, but they won't "get" it the way adults who grew up on the Muppets will. The parody of Spamela Hamderson will go way over their heads, for instance. And the auditions for the seventh dwarf wouldn't be nearly as funny if you hadn't seen all seasons of [...]

    3. At last! THIS is the Muppet comic book I've been waiting for. Having already read (and reviewed) The Muppet Show Comic Book: Meet The Muppets and Muppet Robin Hood, I was beginning to give up hope. But Muppet Snow White is perfect.The Muppets don't look like the puppets, but they look like their characters. I don't mind an off-model design, but the problem with the aforementioned books was that the characters were ugly. Paroline's depictions, however, are cartoony, loveable, and awesome. The boo [...]

    4. Shooting for zany but missing leaves you in a very uncomfortable place, and that's where this book resides. It's like they felt Snow White was too short on its own, so instead the whole thing is played as a bad performance, replete with fourth wall breaking beyond the point of humor. The lack of Piggy and Kermit as the leads, replaced instead by Spamela Hamderson (a one-note joke that is worn out halfway through the first issue, but carried on through the entire series) and Pepe at his most obno [...]

    5. I swear, I have never laughed so hard while reading a comic book. This was classic Muppet humor at its best. With Gonzo and Rizzo (as the Grimm Brothers) narrating the story and Piggy playing the Wicked Queen, I highly recommend this book to anyone who loves the Muppets and the classic Muppet Show humor.

    6. Fun and very silly. A lot better than Muppet Sherlock Holmes but not as good as Muppet King Arthur. Doesn't really follow the story that much though.

    7. Fun. Not much more to say. I miss the real Muppets and wish they'd release season 4 of The Muppet Show sometime this decade. Enjoyable, but not much more to say.

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