Read Gotham Academy: Second Semester, Vol. 1: Welcome Back Online Free - GOTHAM ACADEMY is back for its second semester!
When you're Gotham Academy student Olive Silverlock, winter holidays can be a drag. Luckily, when a new student shows up at Gotham Academy to keep her company while the other students are away, Olive finds what could be a brand new friend...or a whole lot of trouble. And when Maps, Kyle, Colton, Pomeline and the rest of the students of Gotham's #1 prep school return for a new semester, the adventures are twice as mysterious and twice as dangerous!
Collects GOTHAM ACADEMY: SECOND SEMESTER #1-3, 5-8.
|Title||:||Gotham Academy: Second Semester, Vol. 1: Welcome Back|
|Number of Pages||:||144 pages|
July 25, 2017
Gotham Academy is a fabulous series that can be read both by kids and grown-ups. This is the second volume I've read in this series and I totally loved it. Honestly, I could sit down and re-read it, both for the stories and for the wonderful art.
For those of you that don't know anything about Got...
August 07, 2017
I feel like this is finally dragging Gotham Academy back from the chaotic mess of Vol 3: Yearbook and the very disappointing Lumberjanes/Gotham Academy crossover (which could have been fab if at least 40% of the text in the second half had been cut. did no one in the process understand the differ...
August 17, 2017
The Good: Wow, I can't believe how much better this was than previous volumes. The story was much more focused and interesting. The background paintings by Michele Assarasakron were gorgeous. After seeing this, I'm not sure why DC hasn't given her her own book to illustrate. With Adam Archer's pe...
January 16, 2018
There's not a lot to say about this.
The story is fairly weak and not well-written, jumping all over the place and not really following a logical flow.
The illustrations are still fun and adorable.
I'm still here, still reading so I guess that says something, right?
November 22, 2017
Probably my favorite of the Gotham Academy series. though the plot was kind of all over the place at times
August 22, 2017
4 stars. This series is finally getting back on track! This was definitely my favorite volume since the first one. The artwork was back to being consistent and vibrant which I was so happy to see after the mess of the last volume. The story was a whole lot of fun and took a turn that I was not ex...
September 16, 2017
As always, I love the artwork, and the stories this time were pretty good. Looking forward to the next.
July 01, 2017
I'm going to need my parents to adopt Maps and Jesus Christ, Pomeline is the Slytherin schoolgirl of my dreams. Another excellent volume in the series! This one really starts to bring a lot of the past threads together and I can't help but think we're heading for some kind of conclusion. Still, h...
July 16, 2017
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I love Gotham Academy. It's one of those Bat-Books that carves out a little niche that no other book manages to find and really goes for it, roping in continuity and characters from all over the place (like the 60s Batman show and the 90s Animated Series) so that fans of Ba...
July 26, 2017
Olive Silverlock stayed at Gotham Academy for the winter break. Before school started, a girl showed up in her room, claiming to be her new roommate. Amy convinces Olive to do bad things. They throw a rock through a window. They break into a house on the school property and then torment Eric. The...