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El comic está muy bien, en inglés, pero fácil de entender. El envío ha sido rápido. Las hojas del interior estaban en perfecto estado pero la parte de fuera (portada y contraportada) estaba muy desgastado y doblado por las esquinas. El paquete ha venido un poco roto por un lado. En cuanto a la historia aporta mucha información que no ofrecen la serie o los libros de una de las partes más importantes de la historia troll: la caída de Gunmar y Deia, la ascensión de La como trollhunter y la emigración y adaptación de los Trolls al nuevo mundo.
I don’t like to leave even lukewarm comments. Normally I like to praise works. But I can’t in good conscience give this higher than three stars.
The art style lends itself well to the troll characters and it’s mildly interesting to hear about Deya and Kanjigar, but that’s about all I can say in actual praise. Mild spoilers in the following paragraph:
Aaarrrgghh’s transition from evil to good is literally glanced over, and we don’t really get a good reason for it. He randomly decides to spare Kanjigar because he hears Draal call out to his father, which I’m sure had happened with other people he killed. More than that I was disheartened when it turned out our “good” troll characters apparently seriously considered eating humans when the going got tough and it was only Kanjigar’s insistence that prevented it. It was almost played for laughs, which isn’t something I would associate with Blinky or Vendel. I know the thought is that they grew as people and learned compassion for humans, but we really don’t see that happening. Characters suddenly change their minds and there’s no buildup or scenes to support it. Certainly in a visual storytelling medium it’s hard to balance emotion and action, hence the three star rating, but I expected a little more I suppose.
If you just want to see the trolls fighting and traveling, the book is fine. For kids who won’t read in to character motivations it’s suitable, so it’s fine for its market. If you want something to help recover from the heartbreaking ending of the show - and I’m afraid that term isn’t meant as a compliment - this is not the way to go.