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Ludwig Revolution Band 03

Ludwig Revolution Band 03

Ludwig Revolution Band 03

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Prinz Ludwig ist bekanntermaßen ein unsteter Charakter und ein rechter Wollust, der auf seinen Reisen nur nach seinem Vergnügen jagt! Doch jetzt geht es ihm nicht mehr um die Suche nach der Frau mit der perfekten Oberweite, nein, er will das Mordkomplott auflösen, das gegen ihn geschmiedet wurde! Zu diesem Zweck befindet er sich auf dem Heimweg zu seinem Vaterlande, doch dicht auf den Fersen sind ihm Hänsel und Gretel, die Geschwister mit der Lizenz zum Töten!

Product details
Adult 14+ Parental Advisory
Department books / TPB-Manga
Publisher Carlsen comics
Series Ludwig revolution
Shop Manga & Anime
Primary language German
Product Code CAR-LUDT0003
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"Silly and a bit pointless, but good fun." by V. Krätke (Netherlands) on May 19, 2008

The third volume of Ludwig Revolution starts off with a short chapter that serves to flesh out the Hänsel and Gretel characters somewhat. The rest of the book is taken up by a long, three-part story based on Cinderella. And it's very, very silly. If the volume two of Ludwig Revolution seemed lighter in tone compared to volume one, volume three is positively a featherweight. There's hardly a dark or gruseome moment to be found in this volume. In fact, the whole Cinderella story is pretty much fluffy, comical filler material. It's a good thing, then, that it's enjoyable fluffy, comical filler material. There are some inventive twists on the classic fairytale in Kaori Yuki's version, and a lot of sheer over-the-top nonsense, which makes this a fun way to re-visit a well-known tale. So while it's silly and doesn't really take the story anywhere, it's good fun all round. Not a bad way to pass an hour or two of light reading, especially since the art remains eye-pleasing all the way through. Volume 4 looks like it will feature some meatier content (judging by a brief preview at the end of this book), but volume three is entertaining enough to tide readers over until then.