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The adventures of Rocketo Garrison take place in a mythical future 2,000 years after the world has been destroyed. This compilation of the first six issues of The Journey to the Hidden Sea tells the story of Rocketo's idyllic childhood and his early training as an explorer and Mapper. After returning from the deadly Solarium War a broken man, Rocketo Garrison is swept awayThe adventures of Rocketo Garrison take place in a mythical future 2,000 years after the world has been destroyed. This compilation of the first six issues of The Journey to the Hidden Sea tells the story of Rocketo's idyllic childhood and his early training as an explorer and Mapper. After returning from the deadly Solarium War a broken man, Rocketo Garrison is swept away on a journey to the Hidden Sea, a fabled, dangerous land that may hold the key to undreamed of treasure as well as the truth about an ancient mystery....

Title : Rocketo Volume 1: The Journey to the Hidden Sea
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ISBN : 9781582405858
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 304 Pages
Status : Available For Download
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Rocketo Volume 1: The Journey to the Hidden Sea Reviews

  • Ryan
    2019-05-27 10:21

    Can't completely buy into the story because the characters need a little more work. But that art is amazing. So many places in this where a pen would have given the artist just the right line and he resists and just uses a brush instead. Every panel is a work of art. The story is so ambitious and creative. It can only be saved by more. So much more.

  • Mike Aragona
    2019-05-21 04:22

    When I first flipped through this book, I thought it was from Dean Haspiel as it had that same kind of "Bruiser" art. Although it wasn't, the character of Rocketo could definitely fall under that category :) Reading through this book gave me the same kind of magical excitement / feelings as I had watching those old Sinbad movies when I was younger, or Forbidden Planet. In comics, I would compare it to the Flash Gordon strips or even - in some cases, strange as it may seem - Herge's Tintin! A great Fantasy Adventure that doesn't let up.

  • Chris
    2019-06-10 09:33

    this was a pretty fun read. lots of big ideas in the story but i felt like the writing could have been tightened up a bit. beautifully illustrated, however the art is so stylised that occasionally it's a little unclear what's going on, especially in the super kinetic action sequences. it's nice to see some decently done pulpy/retro sci-fi though, and i will most likely pick up the next volume.

  • Tom
    2019-06-14 03:12

    Loved this story and the art. Although it attempted to confuse me at times and I would have to re-read pages in order to figure out who said what. Just a plain good adventure story here, so don't expect anything else.

  • Mary Lee
    2019-05-20 07:32

    Book 2 is a 2007 Cybils Graphic Novel nominee, but you know me and series...gotta read them in order.Very comic book-y. Plot seems random.

  • Mike
    2019-06-18 05:35

    outstanding original brush style

  • Tim
    2019-05-19 05:17

    This is such an amazing book...transporting me back to a time when well-envisioned fantastic worlds captured my imagination. Lyrically illustrated and written, I could read this over and over again.

  • Dory
    2019-06-14 06:22

    Marvelous illustrations, terrible writing

  • Armando
    2019-05-30 03:09

    this is the story about Rocketto a mapper and its adventures. The journey into the hidden sea is a very dangerous adventure in which he fights monsters and a storm.