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Teen Boat! [Anglais] [Relié]

Dave Roman , John Green

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8 mai 2012
High school can be a time of terrible angst—Fs on tests, bullying jerks, broken hearts,
and late-stage puberty are just some of the potential issues that all teen boys face. But
what about the issues facing a Teen Boat? In this hilarious send-up of teen story tropes,
the best-selling author Dave Roman and the cartoonist John Green deliver high school
and high seas drama with a boatload of laughs.

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"The cartoon illustrations are simple, bold, and accessible. Teens who clue in to the comic's self-aware goofiness will enjoy this title."--School Library Journal

"With chapters that are short, deliberately silly, and often hilarious...this book is a good grab for teens looking for a quick laugh."--Booklist

"Teen Boat takes a wacky concept and places it in the realm of high school life."--VOYA, 3Q 2P M J

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Amazon.com: 3.5 étoiles sur 5  23 commentaires
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 If I'm any judge at all as to what teens will laugh at... 20 juin 2012
Par Neal C. Reynolds - Publié sur Amazon.com
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This graphic short story collection is ridiculous, silly, and hilarious. It pokes fun at the genre, at the way teens are often portrayed, and yet, from my understanding of today's teen has points the readers can relate to.

Of course, the idea is wildly ludicrous...but it caused this old guy to crack up more than once, so I'm sure teens also will.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Saturday morning cartoon spoof 6 juin 2012
Par Liviania - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Collaborators Dave Roman and John Green originally published the TEEN BOAT! mini-comic through their own Cryptic Press. You can still visit the old websites associated with that version of the comic. TEEN BOAT! won an Ignatz Award and now it is available in a full color version with extra comics and other bonus material.

The art of TEEN BOAT! is clean with easy-to-distinguish and consistent character designs. The girls aren't overly sexified either. They look like teen girls and their designs are stylized the same as the guys. The art doesn't stand out from the crowd, but it is definitely not hideous. And believe me, you'd be surprised how many comics and graphic novels get published with awful art.

TEEN BOAT! first came onto my radar when I read the AV Club review praising its light parody of Saturday morning cartoons. After reading it myself, I cannot come up with a better description than that. TEEN BOAT! is an updated, self-aware Saturday morning cartoon that invites the reader to laugh at the ridiculous premise and plots and enjoy the story anyway.

The protagonist of TEEN BOAT! is actually named TEEN BOAT! He's a high school student who can turn into a boat at will, but must turn into a boat when wet. He gets in and out of trouble, dates an Italian gondola, and runs for class president. Like most teen guys, he's pretty self-absorbed. One of the running gags is how he doesn't notice that his best friend is both into him and has shape-changing abilities of her own.

Older teens will probably find TEEN BOAT! too short and silly. But hey, I'm an adult and thought it was cute. TEEN BOAT! is probably best for tweens, especially ones that still enjoy the cheesiness of Saturday morning cartoons. There is some underage drinking and gambling, but it the protagonist does not partake and the behavior is punished.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Wacky, silly fun 3 septembre 2012
Par Andrew C Wheeler - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Not every book comes with a fool-proof litmus test, but this one certainly does. Just read the tag-line on the cover:

The angst of being a teen! The thrill of being a boat!

Now, having read that, you will have had one of two reactions: either you smiled, laughed, or otherwise enjoyed it, or you scowled and found it silly. If you were one of the latter, leave now: the joys of TEEN BOAT! are not for you.

Written by Dave Roman, drawn by John Green, TEEN BOAT! is the story of one boy with an unusual condition: he can transform into a small yacht (unless he gets water in his inner ear, which causes him to lose control over his changes). It's no secret: his name is Teen Boat, and everyone in his school knows about what he can do, from top jock Harry Cobbs to alluring exchange student Nina Pinta Santa Maria to his boyhood friend Joey Steinberg (who clearly hides some transformative secret of her own).

The Teen Boat stories were originally published in mincomics, so they tend to be short -- some multi-parters, but mostly 8-10 pages long. They're all tongue-in-cheek -- as the names may have already tipped you off -- with an amusing and only slightly juvenile sense of humor. Teen Boat battles pirates, struggles with love (both as a teen and as a boat!), takes his driving test, and works at a restaurant -- just the right mix of every-teen and completely wacky.

TEEN BOAT! is utterly awesome, and, if you don't get that, you must have barnacles on your hull. Teen Boat! Long may he sail!
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Not Bad, Had trouble Interesting my Teenager 24 juin 2012
Par Mandy Payne - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Maybe my child is abnormally cool for his age. But it was difficult to get him to take this book seriously. Once he read it, he gave the glowing review "It was OK". However, the fact that he ACTUALLY READ IT and said it was OK...it must have been pretty good. "OK" translated from Teen to Human means it was really pretty good.

Overcoming the bizarre concept and the child like cover may have been the greatest issues.

Personally, I didn't read it. I had zero interest in the idea and rolling my eyes too much gives me a headache.
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 Not bad... 7 juin 2012
Par John B. Goode - Publié sur Amazon.com
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First, you have to get over the premise that the main character of the book is a teen who can turn himself into a boat. If you can get over that, then the book is not bad. Basically, the book is a series of short stories about him and his life in high school.

The pictures are well drawn and the writing is pretty good. The characters are easy on the eyes and the stories in the book are quick to finish and somewhat humorous. The believability level is somewhat on par with Sponge Bob.

Overall, a quick 30 minute read, nothing spectacular, just something to pass the day.
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