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30 review for Suki, Alone

  1. 5 out of 5

    maria eduarda

    I just added this book here and SUKI STANS HOW ARE YOU DOING????

  2. 4 out of 5

    Lilah

    Finally more atla comics!! And Avatar Kyoshi on the cover too?? Sign me up! 😊❤

  3. 5 out of 5

    laurissa

    I CANNOT EXPRESS JUST HOW EXCITED I AM FOR THIS COMIC AND FUCKKK THIS COVER IM GONNA SCREAMMMM BC KYOSHIIII AND SUKIIII bye

  4. 4 out of 5

    Brigi

    SUKI AND KYOSHI SAID GAY RIGHTS (I'm so excited for this!!!) SUKI AND KYOSHI SAID GAY RIGHTS (I'm so excited for this!!!)

  5. 5 out of 5

    Mark Rizk Farag

    OOOOOF I'M EXCITED! OOOOOF I'M EXCITED!

  6. 4 out of 5

    .

    [December 9th, 2020]: this is the food ive been waiting for my whole life.. thank U lord🙏❤

  7. 5 out of 5

    Ryan Bada

    12/9/20 - FINALLY, WE NEED TO LEARN MORE ABOUT HER POST-ATLA! hopefully this can answer how come no one was mentioning her in LOK

  8. 5 out of 5

    j o a n n a ☀️

    I’ve been waiting all year for this 70 page graphic novel, and it did not disappoint. Suki is one of my favorite ATLA characters and she’s so overlooked. This book really remedied that! We got more focus on her backstory on Kyoshi Island and how she handled the Boiling Rock prison. The story was really good and had a good flow, even with the flashbacks. I really liked the art style in this one and the ending made me so emotional. Who knew kyoshi had a soft side? I would definitely recommend this I’ve been waiting all year for this 70 page graphic novel, and it did not disappoint. Suki is one of my favorite ATLA characters and she’s so overlooked. This book really remedied that! We got more focus on her backstory on Kyoshi Island and how she handled the Boiling Rock prison. The story was really good and had a good flow, even with the flashbacks. I really liked the art style in this one and the ending made me so emotional. Who knew kyoshi had a soft side? I would definitely recommend this one! Definitely one of my favorite ATLA comics.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Marisha Allen

    I loved this!! So happy some of Suki's back story was included! I loved this!! So happy some of Suki's back story was included!

  10. 5 out of 5

    ⛅ Saniya (sunnysidereviews) ⛅

    AHH yesss my girl suki getting her own book?? I LOVE

  11. 4 out of 5

    Online Eccentric Librarian

    More reviews (and no fluff) on the blog http://surrealtalvi.wordpress.com/ This graphic novel takes place right before the time of the events from Boiling Rock (episode 14 from the third season of the show). It gives us a glimpse into Suki's time in the prison as well as a few nice flashbacks into her past. Story: While in a prison, Suki attempts to get the prisoners to join together and rise up against their jailers. At the same time, she has flashbacks from her past on Kyoshi: how the islan More reviews (and no fluff) on the blog http://surrealtalvi.wordpress.com/ This graphic novel takes place right before the time of the events from Boiling Rock (episode 14 from the third season of the show). It gives us a glimpse into Suki's time in the prison as well as a few nice flashbacks into her past. Story: While in a prison, Suki attempts to get the prisoners to join together and rise up against their jailers. At the same time, she has flashbacks from her past on Kyoshi: how the islanders became warriors and why they decided to end their isolation. While Suki is one of my favorite characters, this graphic novel is mostly forgettable. Both the stories are nice but the main one (the prison) is simple and the secondary (flashbacks) does not really give insight into her personality. I know you can't have much innovation in the main plot as we know the state of the prison when Sokka arrives. Even so, I would have liked to see more meat in the flashbacks. This graphic novel is enjoyable yet does not rise to the same level as the other new entries into the Avatar world. The art, as with all the graphic novels in this series, is very good and feels like a continuation of the TV show. For an Avatar fan, you can't really go wrong with this - art is good, the story is ok and characters behave as you would expect. It is always wonderful to get back into the world of Avatar. This one is just not quite as good as some of the other Avatar graphic novels of late. Reviewed from an advance reader copy provided by the publisher.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Eule Luftschloss

    This short graphic novel is about the time Suki spent in the Fire Nation prison Boiling Rock, until Sokka and Zuko came to rescue her. I love when bonus material explores time a character spend alone, apart from the main group, and shows what happened there. Also I love the Kyoshi Warriors and was hyped to learn more about them. In this, Suki remembers her past, and thus we learn how she grew up wanting to join the Kyoshi Warriors, and what made her finally leave the island to join a good cause w This short graphic novel is about the time Suki spent in the Fire Nation prison Boiling Rock, until Sokka and Zuko came to rescue her. I love when bonus material explores time a character spend alone, apart from the main group, and shows what happened there. Also I love the Kyoshi Warriors and was hyped to learn more about them. In this, Suki remembers her past, and thus we learn how she grew up wanting to join the Kyoshi Warriors, and what made her finally leave the island to join a good cause with her sisters. Again, the pacing is great, and it's a very quick read. The illustrations are top notch, and I am not only giving full recommendations, I'll make sure to read as many of the other ATLA comics I can. The arc was provided by the publisher.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Gretal

    I love Suki, so I was excited to read this. I think this comic's downfall comes from the fact that it's set when Suki is in the Boiling Rock, really restricting the scope of the story. It's fine, but I didn't feel like it added particularly much. I love Suki, so I was excited to read this. I think this comic's downfall comes from the fact that it's set when Suki is in the Boiling Rock, really restricting the scope of the story. It's fine, but I didn't feel like it added particularly much.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Xavi

    ABSOLUTELY CANNOT WAIT FOR THIS BOOK!!!!!

  15. 5 out of 5

    Jesse Fitzgerald

    This is what I have been waiting for from Faith Erin Hicks. Her earlier stories set in the Avatar world did little to impress. However, one character that she has always written well was Suki, and this new story is her best yet and has helped redefine this often overlooked member of Team Avatar. Set during her time in the Boiling Rock prison, Suki Alone depicts Suki‘s attempts to remain hopeful and establish a community within the penitentiary. This narrative is spliced with flashbacks to her pas This is what I have been waiting for from Faith Erin Hicks. Her earlier stories set in the Avatar world did little to impress. However, one character that she has always written well was Suki, and this new story is her best yet and has helped redefine this often overlooked member of Team Avatar. Set during her time in the Boiling Rock prison, Suki Alone depicts Suki‘s attempts to remain hopeful and establish a community within the penitentiary. This narrative is spliced with flashbacks to her past, something fans have been pondering for years. New lore and character depth has been surely lacking in the last two comics, but this latest installment gives its readers nothing but those. Similar to Zuko Alone and Korra Alone from the animated series, these flashbacks serve to explore the titular character’s journey and how those experiences helped shape her into who she is now. Suki needed this more than any character from the original series. If one-shot comics are the new norm, then I hope that future writers decide to focus on characters that have large gaps in their histories. Asami, June, Ozai, Unalaq, and Zaheer would be excellent choices. Overall, Suki Alone has revitalized my hope for Avatar comics.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Alexander Hagen

    This story starts right before Suki is banished to Boiling Rock and ultimately tells what she does between her arrival and Sakka arriving. It doesn't necessarily expand Suki's story a ton, but it is still a rewarding read to have a story set on Suki alone. I thought her perseverance in the prison was very realistic to her character and her strength and perseverance were as clear as ever. AND I love the casualness of the queer character in this story. The couple only appear in a couple of panels, This story starts right before Suki is banished to Boiling Rock and ultimately tells what she does between her arrival and Sakka arriving. It doesn't necessarily expand Suki's story a ton, but it is still a rewarding read to have a story set on Suki alone. I thought her perseverance in the prison was very realistic to her character and her strength and perseverance were as clear as ever. AND I love the casualness of the queer character in this story. The couple only appear in a couple of panels, but it is introduced so naturally that it feels so beautiful and lovely to see queer characters as a reality and not as a plot point. Overall, it was a great comic addition to the Avatar series and I would LOVE if they continue to develop the Kyoshi Warrior's backstories.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Jenn

    This ATLA comic gives us a little glimpse into the past of Suki, pre-ATLA. First, let's talk about this cover. BEAUTIFUL. Second, let's talk about LGBTQIA+ Rep. And third, if you love ATLA then please give this a read. I fully enjoyed seeing more about Suki, and her life. I adore her, and I just wanted more. Thank you to Dark Horse Books & Edelweiss for the DRC. This ATLA comic gives us a little glimpse into the past of Suki, pre-ATLA. First, let's talk about this cover. BEAUTIFUL. Second, let's talk about LGBTQIA+ Rep. And third, if you love ATLA then please give this a read. I fully enjoyed seeing more about Suki, and her life. I adore her, and I just wanted more. Thank you to Dark Horse Books & Edelweiss for the DRC.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Gretchen

    I loved getting a glimpse into Suki's past! We didn't know a lot about Suki's past or her time in The Boiling Rock prison before this book. The book covers Suki's imprisonment and ends with a page showing Sokka and Zuko coming to the rescue. I loved getting a glimpse into Suki's past! We didn't know a lot about Suki's past or her time in The Boiling Rock prison before this book. The book covers Suki's imprisonment and ends with a page showing Sokka and Zuko coming to the rescue.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Nathaniel Darkish

    A fun little story about a great ATLA character. I like that not everything was all sunshine and rainbows here-- there is betrayal without real consequences, as sometimes happens in life. Not everybody will learn some great lesson.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Sarah

    THIS WAS EVERYTHING.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Grace

    I NEED MORE THATS IT ADORED IT NEED. MORE. SUKI.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Ruxi (The Lightning Reader)

  23. 4 out of 5

    Mark Kenny

  24. 5 out of 5

    Hannah

  25. 5 out of 5

    Kim Baniček

  26. 4 out of 5

    Rebecca

  27. 5 out of 5

    Dzung Bui

  28. 4 out of 5

    Esteban

  29. 4 out of 5

    taryn

  30. 4 out of 5

    mr chickens

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