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RuinWorld: Eye for An Eye PDF, ePub eBook Adventurers Rex and Pogo trek across the Ruinlands searching for treasure and magical artifacts, along with their not-always faithful companions. It’s every adventurer for themselves in the Ruinlands! Join Pogo and Rex as they set out on a quest to hunt for valuable artifacts and magical weapons across the land. Along with plenty of not-always faithful companions, our heroe Adventurers Rex and Pogo trek across the Ruinlands searching for treasure and magical artifacts, along with their not-always faithful companions. It’s every adventurer for themselves in the Ruinlands! Join Pogo and Rex as they set out on a quest to hunt for valuable artifacts and magical weapons across the land. Along with plenty of not-always faithful companions, our heroes must battle dangerous tribes of Toadies, survive giant stone Golems, and stop a catastrophic world-ending disaster, all while evading a cunning gang of thieves trying in a race to the biggest treasure of all time. Cartoonist Derek Laufman (Marvel Superhero Adventures) leads an unforgettable journey as Rex and Pogo misadventure their way across the Ruinlands, facing dangerous foes and fair-weather friends alike!

30 review for RuinWorld: Eye for An Eye

  1. 4 out of 5

    Chad

    I had a lot of fun with this. It's an anthropomorphic Dungeons & Dragons adventure at its heart. Speaking of heart, the book has a lot of heart along with humor and fun, colorful art. Anyone, young or old, who is in to fantasy can have a good time reading this book. Received a review copy from Boom and NetGalley. All thoughts are my own and in no way influenced by the aforementioned.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Shannon

    Loved the artwork and style and I hope this series doesn't stop here. Individual issue reviews: #1 | #2 | #3 | #4 | #5 Total review score: 3.6

  3. 4 out of 5

    Mehsi

    I received this book from Netgalley in exchange of an honest review. Welp, I had high expectations. I just love adventure, I love RPG stuff, I love treasures, I loved the cover. However, I had to drag my ass through this book to get through it. For many reasons, since I am quite tired I am going for a good/bad review. Good: -That art! I just loved the art style, I loved the colours used, I loved the character designs. -The magic items. Especially that hammer. Give it to me, please!~ -Undead Army! OOHh I received this book from Netgalley in exchange of an honest review. Welp, I had high expectations. I just love adventure, I love RPG stuff, I love treasures, I loved the cover. However, I had to drag my ass through this book to get through it. For many reasons, since I am quite tired I am going for a good/bad review. Good: -That art! I just loved the art style, I loved the colours used, I loved the character designs. -The magic items. Especially that hammer. Give it to me, please!~ -Undead Army! OOHhhhhh. Bad: -The characters. I didn’t like any of them. Not that pig, not the foxcat, not at all the insect dude. Yes, sorry, I just finished the book and I have no clue what their names are. I saw them, and within a few panels forgot about them. That is how much I cared about the characters. The insect dude was just annoying and icky and I wanted to throw him for some kind of mythical creature. The pig was annoying and dumb (seriously, they had to add the whole we will be eating you trope and the character in question once again being to dumb/oblivious to it) and kept bringing his team into danger without even knowing what was going on, he tried spells while he should just have been carrying around the team’s stuff. The fox dude? Urgh. I don’t like a guy who is grumpy 99% of the time. -The story. It was chaotic… messy… I was mostly confused on what was going on. First they are after Barri/Barry/Bari? because he was an asshole and stole their map, then there was some evil baddie who Barry/Barri/Bari was indebted with, who also knew Rex, then there is more running and adventuring, saving that dumb pig, then getting oils for the sick fox/cat, undead army, -It didn’t help that we have more POVs, especially when one is for that stupid insect. -And of course, the insect instead of helping or I don’t know running away, goes for the treasure. Greedy little ass… Oh, and now we should feel sorry for him as he had a moment of brightness. HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAAH. rolls around laughing -The ending? Why the hell did they leave that gold outside? They finally have gold/money and they don’t seem to freaking care? Phew, it took me quite a long time to get through this one, and even some Brooklyn Nine-Nine motivation to really get through it + write a review. sighs Hopefully, my next book is better. This is the second book today that I haven’t liked. Rating it 1.5 for the 3 points I mentioned in the good part. Review first posted at https://twirlingbookprincess.com/

  4. 5 out of 5

    Anya

    This comic is my my favorite of 2018! It's absolutely hilarious, the characters are so freaking adorable and I just love the whole concept. The art style is quirky and colorful and I can recommend this for comic lovers of all ages who'd like to dive into an adventure story. Thank you so much NetGalley for providing me with a copy. I hope there's a second volume coming out.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Jess Smiley

    Exciting and whimsical adventure, packed with strong characters, magical weapons, and fantastical landscapes.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Natalie

    Ruinworld: Eye for An Eye is the perfect graphic novel if you're looking for an all-ages adventure with fun, quirky characters. In this graphic novel, we are following Rex and Pogo as they explore Ruinlands in the search for valuable artifacts. The two stumble across a map which leads to the biggest known treasure in the land and embark on a high-stakes adventure with the help of other companions including an overly confident chipmunk and a strong-willed toad. I am always down for an adventure wi Ruinworld: Eye for An Eye is the perfect graphic novel if you're looking for an all-ages adventure with fun, quirky characters. In this graphic novel, we are following Rex and Pogo as they explore Ruinlands in the search for valuable artifacts. The two stumble across a map which leads to the biggest known treasure in the land and embark on a high-stakes adventure with the help of other companions including an overly confident chipmunk and a strong-willed toad. I am always down for an adventure with an unlikely pair of companions and Rex and Pogo are one of my favorites. Rex is the more experienced of the two and has to keep the clumsy, big-hearted Pogo in line, but the two always have each other's back. Think of The Emperor's New Groove duo, Kuzco and Pacha; Rex and Pogo together make me think similarly of those two. I love their interactions together, especially when it came to Rex being snarky with Pogo which is 95% of the time. I also really loved the sassy chipmunk, Kale! Truly the characters of this story are all enjoyable and add so much life to this comic! This comic is also jam-packed with story! I typically read comics rather quickly but I took a lot of extra time with this one. One because I love the artwork so I wanted to appreciate it as much as possible, but also because there is so much dialogue in this story which I love. There is no wasted space in this comic and there was so much story to tell and I think it was executed perfectly! If you're someone who has read the newer released comic series, Scales & Scoundrels, Vol. 1: Into The Dragon’s Maw (which I also love) then I guarantee you'll love this one too since it made me think of it while reading this one! With this being an all-ages comic I also guarantee any age would enjoy it as well, so if you're looking for a jam-packed adventure with wacky characters - look no further! *I was provided an ARC of this from Netgallery and the publisher in exchange for an honest review*

  7. 4 out of 5

    Liz (Quirky Cat)

    I received a copy of Ruinworld through NetGalley in exchange for a fair and honest review. Ruinland is an adventure story, through and through. It had a healthy dose of humor, there’s plenty of action, treasure, oh and did I mention that all of the characters are animals? So in short, it’s a perfect fun read. The series follows the adventures of Rex and Pogo. These two are desperate to prove something of themselves, and they’d love to get some treasure while they’re at it. Of course nothing el I received a copy of Ruinworld through NetGalley in exchange for a fair and honest review. Ruinland is an adventure story, through and through. It had a healthy dose of humor, there’s plenty of action, treasure, oh and did I mention that all of the characters are animals? So in short, it’s a perfect fun read. The series follows the adventures of Rex and Pogo. These two are desperate to prove something of themselves, and they’d love to get some treasure while they’re at it. Of course nothing else goes perfectly for travelers like this, so our pair comes up against plenty of danger, and they even make a few (adorable) friends along the way. (view spoiler)[ Ruinland: Eye for an Eye was everything I had expected and hoped from this new series. It’s fun and light, but also had an interesting plot. I love relaxing adventure stories like this, especially when the main characters are so drastically different as these two are. The characters are hilarious and adorable, which admittedly is a pretty major bonus in my book. I loved how all the different characters interacted, but more importantly I approve of the decision to add on to the main crew as time went on. It helped to balance the group, plus it added more interesting points (and plots). There was more than one point during this read that I found myself laughing out loud. It seemed like there were so many funny lines thrown around, and maybe it’s just me, but many of the characters seemed pretty deadpan when delivering their lines, which just made it funnier for me. Despite how casual this series is, there actually was some character development going on. I can tell you what each of the four characters is hoping to get out of their adventures, and why they joined the group. I can even tell you how and why they’re misunderstanding each other. It’s all very well done. I really hope that Ruinworld continues coming out with new issues. This is exactly the sort of escape I needed, and I’m not ready to see it stop anytime soon. (hide spoiler)] For more reviews, check out Quirky Cat's Fat Stacks

  8. 4 out of 5

    Wayne McCoy

    'Ruinworld: Eye for An Eye' written and illustrated by Derek Laufman is a graphic novel about animals questing for treasure, and I loved it. Adventurers Rex and Pogo are travelling across the Ruinlands seeking fortune. Only Pogo is only a farmboy and not as skilled as Rex. When they find a map, then get it stolen, they find themselves in lots of trouble. With the help of some new friends, like thieving squirrel, Kale, and a frog princess named Lula, they might just find the treasure and maybe eve 'Ruinworld: Eye for An Eye' written and illustrated by Derek Laufman is a graphic novel about animals questing for treasure, and I loved it. Adventurers Rex and Pogo are travelling across the Ruinlands seeking fortune. Only Pogo is only a farmboy and not as skilled as Rex. When they find a map, then get it stolen, they find themselves in lots of trouble. With the help of some new friends, like thieving squirrel, Kale, and a frog princess named Lula, they might just find the treasure and maybe even save the world. I really loved this. The art is perfect and very action-oriented. The characters are fun and funny. The world-building is solid. As someone who likes fantasy adventure, this hit all the right notes for me. It works great as a kids comic too. There is a lot to laugh at, and it doesn't feel like anything is shorted by aiming it at a younger audience. I look forward to reading more adventures with this group. I received a review copy of this graphic novel from BOOM! Studios and NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. Thank you for allowing me to review this graphic novel.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Cibele Baron

    First I would like to thank Boom! Studios for granting me the chance to read this graphic novel! It was a nice adventure to read, with awesome characters and amazing illustrations! We start the book with Rex and Poggo, a half-bredd of fox and cat and a pig, that work as artifact hunters. In his first mission, Poggo ends up releasing a monster out of a box, and finding a map to a amazing treasure. And that's where the adventure really begins. With nice characters with nice background for all of the First I would like to thank Boom! Studios for granting me the chance to read this graphic novel! It was a nice adventure to read, with awesome characters and amazing illustrations! We start the book with Rex and Poggo, a half-bredd of fox and cat and a pig, that work as artifact hunters. In his first mission, Poggo ends up releasing a monster out of a box, and finding a map to a amazing treasure. And that's where the adventure really begins. With nice characters with nice background for all of them, we follow the adventure to find this treasure, the gang starting to grow at each new stop. A squirrel that used to work with Rex before, a frog princess that doesn't want to marry the son of a evil frog queen. As well as fight the big bad wolf and his group of evil dork doings. Great art, great plot. Really amazing graphic novel for the ones that like a nice adventure with magic!

  10. 4 out of 5

    Ryan

    This very fun graphic novel, takes Tomb Raider, Indiana Jones, and the animated Lord of the Ring, blends it up and spills out into this adventure story. These anthropomorphic animals are ruin hunters, but not very successful ones. This rollicking adventure will see the characters running from meat eaters, raising the dead, and challenging a hammer only Thor could lift. A great read for ages 8 and up. #LitsyAtoZ #GN #readharder #nancydrewchallenge #19 #BNFantasyChallenge #talkinganimals

  11. 5 out of 5

    Graham Bradley

    I just discovered Laufman this year on Instagram and I love his fun design style. This was a really uppity romp through a fantasy world and every aspect of it was great. Eventually I'll get a copy for my library.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Engel Dreizehn

    ARC Copy...It's magical world full of adventure, spells, exotic locales, and more adventure that completely inhabited by anthropomorphic animals and our heroes may or may not be the biggest misfit losers (but with skill and heart!) in this world. Enjoyable to read.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Christa Seeley

    I loved the artwork in this comic. It had great energy and colours and the characters were just so adorable. But I found the story a little disjointed and hard to get into.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Heidi

    Fun read! My library has it with kids graphic novels so keep that in mind with your expectations. I would read another by this author.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Lauren

    3.5 Pogo is the worst

  16. 4 out of 5

    Duane

  17. 4 out of 5

    Daniel K

  18. 5 out of 5

    Martha

  19. 5 out of 5

    Teresa Grabs

    Take a little Goonies, add in a dash of Indiana Jones, and a whole lot of originality and you have RuinWorld! Pogo (a pig) and Rex (half-fox/half-cat) are out looking for treasure, but what they find instead is life-threatening adventure and friendships that are worth more than all the gold in Ruinland. Pogo ignores warnings as any good adventurer does, and ends up costing Rex his sword. They meet up with Barri, a bug and sort-of friend, who had run into the wrong side of a gang and its leader. W Take a little Goonies, add in a dash of Indiana Jones, and a whole lot of originality and you have RuinWorld! Pogo (a pig) and Rex (half-fox/half-cat) are out looking for treasure, but what they find instead is life-threatening adventure and friendships that are worth more than all the gold in Ruinland. Pogo ignores warnings as any good adventurer does, and ends up costing Rex his sword. They meet up with Barri, a bug and sort-of friend, who had run into the wrong side of a gang and its leader. With the help of new friends along the way, everyone learns a little more about themselves and how to stand up for what they believe, even when it’s not easy. Fantastic graphic novel and I hope to read more about Rex and Pogo in the future! Thank you NetGalley and Boom! Studios for the opportunity to read an advance reader copy.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Shalon

  21. 4 out of 5

    Kelly

  22. 5 out of 5

    Sarah

  23. 5 out of 5

    Jonatan Skoug

  24. 4 out of 5

    Kari

  25. 4 out of 5

    Brian

  26. 4 out of 5

    Patrick

  27. 4 out of 5

    Jenee

  28. 5 out of 5

    Stefan

  29. 4 out of 5

    Miranda

    Received and ebook arc from the publisher via netgalley for review. Thanks for giving me the chance to read! It was rather quirky and fun art style and colors. It would appeal to the more middle grade readers getting into comics with animal characters and adventure.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Nicole

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