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Over The Garden Wall Original Graphic Novel: Distillatoria

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When they mysteriously wake up back home from being lost in the Unknown, brothers Greg and Wirt have to help their friend Beatrice--a talking blue jay--return safely before anyone realizes she can talk.  When Greg and Wirt make it back home from the Unknown, their victory is bittersweet when they realize Beatrice came as well. Now, it’s up to them to help Beatrice return sa When they mysteriously wake up back home from being lost in the Unknown, brothers Greg and Wirt have to help their friend Beatrice--a talking blue jay--return safely before anyone realizes she can talk.  When Greg and Wirt make it back home from the Unknown, their victory is bittersweet when they realize Beatrice came as well. Now, it’s up to them to help Beatrice return safely to the Unknown before anyone realizes she can talk. As the brothers juggle keeping Beatrice’s secret safe as Sara expresses a newfound interest in Greg, only Beatrice notices something sinister lurking in the shadows… The Eisner Award-winning series goes further into the Unknown with this all-new original story by Eisner Award-winning writer Jonathan Case (Green River Killer: a True Detective Story) and Eisner Award-winning Over the Garden Wall artist Jim Campbell. 


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When they mysteriously wake up back home from being lost in the Unknown, brothers Greg and Wirt have to help their friend Beatrice--a talking blue jay--return safely before anyone realizes she can talk.  When Greg and Wirt make it back home from the Unknown, their victory is bittersweet when they realize Beatrice came as well. Now, it’s up to them to help Beatrice return sa When they mysteriously wake up back home from being lost in the Unknown, brothers Greg and Wirt have to help their friend Beatrice--a talking blue jay--return safely before anyone realizes she can talk.  When Greg and Wirt make it back home from the Unknown, their victory is bittersweet when they realize Beatrice came as well. Now, it’s up to them to help Beatrice return safely to the Unknown before anyone realizes she can talk. As the brothers juggle keeping Beatrice’s secret safe as Sara expresses a newfound interest in Greg, only Beatrice notices something sinister lurking in the shadows… The Eisner Award-winning series goes further into the Unknown with this all-new original story by Eisner Award-winning writer Jonathan Case (Green River Killer: a True Detective Story) and Eisner Award-winning Over the Garden Wall artist Jim Campbell. 

48 review for Over The Garden Wall Original Graphic Novel: Distillatoria

  1. 5 out of 5

    Sierra

    Not what I was expecting! This book was creepy, cute and cool. If you know the series you’ll be excited to see who the boys run into. The art was great. This book had some really funny moments too. I would recommend that you know the tv show but you don’t have to know any of the other books in order to understand this one.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Kaija

    I love Over the Garden Wall, but this was a disappointment. It focused too much on my least favorite thing, a love triangle between Wirt Beatrice and Sara. Also it is a huge disservice to Sara's character. Otherwise the writing was so-so, but the arts cute and If you really ship Wirt and Beatrice its probably fine? (view spoiler)[ I don't like love triangles in the best of circumstances, but when combined with dream bullshit it becomes intolerable. The biggest problem is, Sara isn't even really th I love Over the Garden Wall, but this was a disappointment. It focused too much on my least favorite thing, a love triangle between Wirt Beatrice and Sara. Also it is a huge disservice to Sara's character. Otherwise the writing was so-so, but the arts cute and If you really ship Wirt and Beatrice its probably fine? (view spoiler)[ I don't like love triangles in the best of circumstances, but when combined with dream bullshit it becomes intolerable. The biggest problem is, Sara isn't even really there, instead we get a hollow intimation that exists only as a temptress to Wirt, in the end she is begging for a kiss and when she is rejected she turns into a vengeful monster. I got really exited when I saw Sara on the cover, this treatment of her character is a huge disappointment after reading the other Over the Garden Wall comics (the collections) where Sara appears and she is a cool and interesting and has her own story and motivations besides getting in the way of Wirt and Beatrice's love. Besides that, they are already in the Unknown, it is completely unnecessary to have an "it was all just a dream" plot, we don't get any new insight into the characters minds, we already know Wirt is nervous around Sara and Beatrice wants to be human again. And Greg's dreams are just wacky stuff. Also, the whole circumstances of the plot are too hard to believe, even for a place as whimsical as the unknown; they just so happen to fall right into a pitcher plant that causes shared dreams, that's a bit odd but OK, they are still alive after hours of lying face down in the acid, OK, there is a sign right outside explaining exactly what these plants do, OK, the only way to wake up is to become scared enough, OK, and for some reason the pitcher makes scary dreams? OK??? And then everything else is dream logic so I guess we have to accept it. Then even when the dream ends its more weird shipping stuff, Beatrice walks in on Wirt naked for some reason. (where is Greg? didn't she know he was washing?) Then Wirt admits his good dream about hanging out with someone was about Beatrice, not Sara as assumed, and Beatrice takes it as a lewd dream. Now maybe I just hate the ship but all of this just feels really forced and awkward and kind of inappropriate? There's also an almost joke where Beatrice thinks Sara spent the night in Wirt's bed and gets really mad about it, but is cut off by a doorbell before finishing her sentence "what a--" ...Um seriously though, was Beatrice going to call Wirt a slut? Overall I feel like everyone was out of character and none of it mattered. (hide spoiler)]

  3. 5 out of 5

    Scott Waldie

    The Over the Garden Wall comics have been hit or miss for me, though never missing by that much. The truth is I'm so in love with the world first introduced in the animated series that I'm ecstatic it gets to live on somehow, and was thrilled that there would be some new graphic novels released in addition to the regular comic series. 'Distillatoria' serves as a direct sequel to the show...sort of, and by 'sort of' I mean I won't really spoil this, but the narrative here does pick up where the l The Over the Garden Wall comics have been hit or miss for me, though never missing by that much. The truth is I'm so in love with the world first introduced in the animated series that I'm ecstatic it gets to live on somehow, and was thrilled that there would be some new graphic novels released in addition to the regular comic series. 'Distillatoria' serves as a direct sequel to the show...sort of, and by 'sort of' I mean I won't really spoil this, but the narrative here does pick up where the last episode left us, and goes from there. It doesn't involve much of the beauty of The Unknown, but it's still quite a fun story; even though it might suffer from some 'reset button syndrome', the characters and their relationships are further developed.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Cas

    i’m uwuing this was beautiful

  5. 4 out of 5

    Hannah

    Probably the most accurately-written tie-in that wasn't actually by Pat McHale. Jonathan Case clearly ships Wirt and Beatrice hard (me too, bro, me too).

  6. 4 out of 5

    Kayla

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