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Four modern-day misfit teens are reluctant recruits to save the mystical isle of Avalon. Magically empowered--and chained to the task--by a set of rings, and directed in their mission by a tight-lipped talking dog, they must stop the rise of King Arthur. But as they struggle to get used to their powers and each other, they're faced with an even greater challenge: the discoFour modern-day misfit teens are reluctant recruits to save the mystical isle of Avalon. Magically empowered--and chained to the task--by a set of rings, and directed in their mission by a tight-lipped talking dog, they must stop the rise of King Arthur. But as they struggle to get used to their powers and each other, they're faced with an even greater challenge: the discovery that they may not be the good guys in this story . . ....

Title : Misfits of Avalon Volume 1: The Queen of Air and Delinquency
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ISBN : 9781616555382
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 176 Pages
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Misfits of Avalon Volume 1: The Queen of Air and Delinquency Reviews

  • Dan
    2019-01-21 01:36

    DNF'ed at over half way thru. The art is trash, and so is the story.

  • Shannon
    2018-12-30 00:52

    These characters are...shitty. They're very one-dimensional and stereotypically 'bad kids.' Nothing really gives them personality, and the entire story is over-shadowed by them fighting with each other because...they can? I'm not really sure. They just hate each other to hate each other. Even the two girls who knew each other before this hate each other for completely unknown reason. They're all just catty and saour, and it ruins the mystical quest plot that is supposed to be the focus of the story.

  • Lindsay
    2019-01-23 03:44

    I liked the premise, but the amount of time spent on the characters arguing was ridiculous. I get it. They don't get along. Couldn't we get a little more camaraderie by the end?******Counted as my Panels Read Harder fantasy category.

  • Kate McCartney
    2019-01-23 05:54

    I liked the premise of this, but I did not like any of the characters. Their unlikeablity really distracted from the the plot.

  • Shyla Colt
    2019-01-17 01:33

    From the black and white , simply drawn exterior, to the lack luster character interaction this book was lacking. I picked it up because of the cover and the title. They held a lot of potential for an interesting story. The delivery though, fell short. Girls from troubled homes , discover they've been chosen to wild certain powers that come with magical rings they've been given. The characters constant bickering and over-the-top attitudes we're a major distraction from the actual plot. If the writers had pulled back, it would've pulled back and focused more on the plot, it would've made for a much better read.

  • Erin
    2019-01-14 06:39

    The art is pretty terrible, the characters are unremarkable except for their constant bickering over nothing, and the mythology is never developed or explained. This was...not good.

  • Amanda
    2019-01-24 04:38

    A little underdeveloped both in story and character development. Like I got to the end of this and I don't really understand who these characters are and why they are even bothering being on the quest. Almost too episodic and not enough to tie everything together. The art is fine, wish it had been in color but can't hold that against it. That said it is an adventure story featuring some pretty awesome ladies, I just wish I knew more about them and their motivations.

  • Kevin Wilson
    2019-01-05 06:01

    Being a teenager was not a perfect experience for me. It wasn't a succession of lucky breaks, cute flirting, and magical thoughts while I stared out across suburban nighttime skies. It was hard, ugly. I was angry at the world, at myself, and doing things without any idea why. My parents were divorced. I was depressed. And nobody I read about had my kind of life. Even the orphans that lost their parents to ninjas never locked themselves in the bathroom to cry for no apparent reason.This is why I really, really love Misfits of Avalon. It contains all the cute moments you could find in Sailor Moon, Vol. 01, but pulled through The Once and Future King and the inner thoughts of anyone that would normally be the bad guy in a good girl's story. If you feel, or have felt, like you are stuck behind a sheet of glass watching the pretty, the smart, and the well off get picked for good colleges and recruited to the save the world, this book is for you. It's funny, smart, and touches right at the heart of the crap that comes with being a teen. Because, at the end of the day, how different is fighting a giant mythical stone bear than dealing with teachers that don't like you and classes you really, really don't care about?

  • Natasha
    2019-01-15 23:53

    Collection of a webcomic series. Not my cup of tea, despite my love of stories with fairy tale or mythological references. The main characters aren't particularly likeable, which is part of the story, disparate personalities (kind of) pulled together to possibly be the good guys, or possibly be the bad guys, neither the reader or the characters completely sure. It was fine, and I'll likely read other volumes if I stumble across them, but I won't seek them out.Good for teens who like "delinquents" as the main characters, mythological references to King Arthur, magic, and stories where misunderstood or rebellious teens get magical powers.

  • Maishaparadox
    2018-12-26 04:42

    I liked the premise, the humor, the not-so-likeable characters, and the artwork, but I was disappointed that the characters bullied each other about their weight (and other characteristics, but that was the one that really bothered me). They could have still been unsympathetic mean girl characters without fat-shaming.

  • Heather Fryling
    2019-01-13 06:58

    I don't know how she did it, but Kel Mcdonald made me care about four completely unlikable characters. Compelling in their awkwardness, the Misfits of Avalon are hillarious. I was pretty much sold at, "The Queen of Air and Delinquency."

  • Ashley
    2019-01-10 04:01

    I didn't really care for the story or the art. Its hard to get me to dislike anything King Arthur but this did. Not bad just not for me. :(

  • Kathryn Kania
    2019-01-03 05:43

    These characters are jerks but I really do care about them. They get fleshed out better in Vol 2 so if you're even somewhat interested in magical girls who are jerks, stick with it.

  • Kate
    2019-01-25 04:59

    A bit goofy - the four main characters begin to get annoying by the end with the constant bickering between them.