What are we going to do about this? We have more power than we reaLIZE. I have been a lemming too but the time is now to wake up and smell the coffee. Bei Interesse einfach eine Mail an uns schreiben. Allerdings liefen die 3 brandnew Songs zwischen und Uhr. Und das hatten selbst wir nicht mehr auf dem mentalen Empfangsschirm!
November livehaftig via Rockradio. Schreibt uns einfach mal 'ne kurze Mail. Doppelt schade! Apropos Fanclub: Wir schrieben bereits am Ist das nicht der Hammer? Genau am 1. Dezember gingen wir an den Start!
Das eigene Ziel -pro Monat einen Neuzugang- haben wir quantitativ als auch qualitativ mit nunmehr insgesamt 14 Bands oder Einzelacts bestens realisiert. Den kleinen verbleibenden Rest setzen wir selbst zur Promotion u. Dabei konnte das Timing schon an meinem Geburtstag war es absolut perfect! Nun also nichts wie ab ins Auto und die silberne Scheibe ganz gelassen eher das Gegenteil ist wohl der Fall!
Die Songs sind sowas von genial struktuiert, dass einem vor Staunen fast 60 Minuten lang der Mund offensteht. It sounds fucking awesome and it rocks! Und sorry, da sieht selbst ein gestandener Neil Young aber so was von alt aus. Denn beispielsweise zwei Instrumental-Tracks erinnern unweigerlich an N. Y's "Arc" - sind jedoch um ein Vielfaches innovativer. Und ich habe mich wirklich gefragt, ob sich diese beiden Songs beispielsweise zum Meditieren eignen. Was hier RICH gerade in Zusammenarbeit mit Lisa Novak und dabei ist sie eigentlich nur ansatzweise im Background vermutbar gelungen ist, darf man als wirklich ungeheuerlich im positiven Sinne deklarieren.
Bisher erschienen I will save you CD's for the fanclub, ok! He is doing the packaging for the single himself which is cool aber das wussten wir ja schon I am also including in the Buried Treasures cd a real buried treasure cd as bonus cd of all home recordings so that should be fun for the real fans too! Hier unsere Analyse:. I like your words too! Good job Holger! I need to remix 2 songs for a more earth sound but this album is a real work of art Having Jon and Lisa on this album as much as they are has helped create a more band sound that I think only ads to my feel of the music!
A nice bunch of changes! I am mastering Dark Side of the Spoon for the Christmas single. Edgar says he will print singles and give you depending on what's left after the party so be patient! I am searching my brain to figure out how I can capitalise on this new album in the USA? The new album sounds really good. The record sounds awesome. The album is definately sounding more developed than the last few albums mostly due to the songwriting, Jon Sanchez and the mixing!
It will be released on Blue Rose Records in Jan. Stay Tuned! Oktober die beste Gelegenheit, hier Abhilfe zu schaffen. Allerdings ging Edgar in der verbleibenden halben Stunde nicht mehr darauf ein. Die Musik von Rich Hopkins ist oft ein wenig rauh und nicht immer perfekt. Sie verfolgt in den USA eine eigene Karriere. Was die Musik dieser Band auszeichnet, ist eine gewisse Frische beim Spiel. Im Studio vermeiden sie es, Songs zu lange zu proben oder zu arrangieren.
Sie fangen lieber die Spannung des ersten gelungenen Takes ein. Und diese Spannung zeichnet auch ihre Konzerte aus. Einige Ausschnitte gibt es am Dienstag in unserem Rockpalast-Special. Das Hochinteressante ist jedoch, dass man sich diese Sendungen unter der Rubrik "Locals Only" kostenlos herunterladen kann. Bei jedem Ton droht das Car aus der Spur zu geraten. Die CD ist mittlerweile wieder in Tucson. Auch uns bleibt momentan nur die Erinnerung. Foto weiter untenstehend. Schaun' wir mal! Auch auf Lisa's zu erwartendes neues Album kommen wir zu sprechen.
Sie spricht von 7 nahezu komplett erstellten Songs. Welch eine Ehre und Verantwortung zugleich! Lisa and I are writing well together Winston Watson and Duane Hollis played on two of my latest new songs Winston is awesome! Your bass lines rock. Bruce was sober and played great! Good morning!
I apologize that it has taken so long to email you back. I am currently taking a 5-week Psychology Statistics course, which is very fast paced. I am striving for an A in this class, so I have been busy! As far as my Spring semester, it went pretty well. Coming back to school, after having a semester off for a medical leave, was a bit motivating. I worked hard to get the best grades possible, and I did my best. There was one class that I did not do as well as I wanted to in, which was College Algebra. Even though math is not my favorite subject, I still worked very hard to pass the class.
I received a D, which I am not happy about. I am thinking of retaking the class, but a D is considered passing. So I will talk to my Academic Advisor to see what my options are. As far as my other grades, I received B's! I believe some of the classes should have been A's, but B's aren't too bad. I am still working on campus and staying active in church. I am embarking on my last year and a half of college! I am extremely excited about that. I still cannot believe that I am about to be done with college. Three years has gone by too fast!
Other than that, everything is pretty much the same. I am glad to hear you are doing well and keeping busy! Graduating is an amazing feeling How is the band?! Hope everything else is going well : And yes, whenever you get back to Tucson, please let me know so that we can schedule a meeting. I plan to be on vacation in July.
But other than that, I will be here in Tucson working. Thank you again for everything you have done. Thank you for being interested in my success and for helping me make my college career possible! I cannot say thank you enough! Have a great day! Wenn das nichts ist! You and the fans mein freundes are so wonderful.. I am blessed! Und auch das vom Allerfeinsten.
Soweit - so gut! Ich schaltete wohl nicht gleich innerhalb der ersten Sekunden. Die Welt ist halt ein Dorf! Mitunter bedarf es jedoch erheblicher Kraft- und Motivationsanstrengungen, um all diese fantastischen privaten Erlebnisse von den beruflichen Alltagsunwegsamkeiten zu entkoppeln. Sei es wie es sei! Aber warum eigentlich Farewell Show? Das Verfassen der Lyrics zu dem Album durch Mr.
All das ist wunderbar und nicht in Abrede zu stellen. Nicht ohne Wehmut! Stagnation ist nicht sein Ding! Dass die beiden jedoch einen Kurzurlaub in Mexico gebucht hatten, soweit ging dann meine Weitsicht doch nicht. Dem war aber so! Und via Facebook-Community kennt man sich halt. Obwohl nur 6 Monate in Deutschland studierend, kann Rick noch heute einiges perfekt in Deutsch abrufen.
Bewunderswert dieser Mann! Bis heute Ab etwa Song 6 verbesserte sich allerdings der Sound dann merklich. Gefilmt haben wir auch. Dann machte der Akku bei den Desert-Temperaturen schlapp leider hatte ich keine Verteilerdose bzw. Alles in allem -das kann ich mit Fug und Recht an dieser Stelle konstatieren- hat sich der Aufwand schon deshalb gerechtfertigt! Denn die Band in dieser einmaligen Konstellation ein letztes Mal live an ihrem Entstehungsort live gesehen zu haben, kann man eigentlich nicht in Worte fassen. Geschweige denn eigentlich wahr haben wollen!
Jedoch ist dem zu diesem Zeitpunkt eben so. Und das sollte man akzeptieren und respektieren! Klar klingt das wie ein Nachruf! Juni schon wieder -wohl nachdem sich das alles gesetzt hatte- etwas relativiert hat: "I can't believe that was the final show I will ask Dave what he thinks!
Die Wahrheit auszusprechen, ist mitunter hart! Nicht wahr? Hier eine Auslese:. Tucson Weekly:. If you have any sense of Tucson's rock music history, you know you should be at the show tonight at the Hut already. Really, this post is just a reminder and an excuse to post some videos. Music editor Stephen Seigel wrote about the band in last week's issue:. The Sidewinders began life in and quickly gained a loyal following, helping to usher in the golden age of desert rock.
But then things started getting a bit weird. In a interview with the Weekly, Slutes said of that period, "I can remember that all the way from '89 to '93, we'd have all these wonderful things happening, but at the same time, all these bad, crazy things were happening to us as well. I vividly remember telling Rich on more than one occasion, 'But these are the kinds of problems we always dreamed we'd have. But by the 80th time We'd carried the thing for eight years by that point. They've been playing shows sporadically ever since, and even released a studio album of all-new material, Mas Cuacha, in Why now?
According to Hopkins, "After 26 years, it's hard to keep it going, ya know? We want to go out while we're on top," he laughs. Say farewell to the Sand Rubies at tonight at the Hut. Sand Rubies say 'adios' with final show. Desert rockers say they're disbanding. Posted Jun 4, , pm. After a quarter-century of solid songwriting, countless club gigs and a brief flirtation with the big time, Tucson's prototypical desert rockers played a final show this week.
A few years back, when my work took me to Phoenix four days a week I renewed my acquaintance with a college girlfriend who was now living there. She told me that she fondly remembered a Gin Blossoms show we went to together in the lounge of a declining hotel on Stone Avenue. I corrected her. It was not the Gin Blossoms, I told her. It was the Sidewinders. No, she said. She was absolutely sure that it was the Gin Blossoms.
She clearly remembered the show because the lounge did not have a proper stage, so the band was on a riser only a few inches above the floor. As a result, the audience towered over the lead singer, who was rather short. I remembered that show, but it was not the Gin Blossoms. It was a band from Tucson called the Sidewinders. The Sidewinders were a big deal at the time, but no one outside of Arizona had even heard of the Gin Blossoms at that point. No, she was absolutely sure it must have been the Gin Blossoms. She had all their albums and they remained one of her favorites after all these years.
As for the Sidewinders, what I said was the first thing she had heard of them in a long time and she barely remembered anything about them except their name and that they were from Tucson. In retrospect, the confusion is understandable. Music critic, former Tucsonan, and Sidewinders booster Fred Mills has said that had they "not been derailed by legal and label problems, the Tucson quartet might've beaten neighboring Tempe's Gin Blossoms to the brass ring. At a distance of twenty-plus years it becomes a little unclear what it was that made a given band special.
The truth is that a lot of bands back around sounded at least a little like the Sidewinders. This was the heyday of bands like The Church, Concrete Blonde and Smithereens, the brief era of sincere 3-chord guitar rock that softened the resistance and made Nirvana's breakthrough in and all that happened later possible. From the perspective of , it is easy to see that the similarities of these bands and how they fit together in the larger story of rock and roll.
Take me down to the place of memories'. First, while they clearly fit in a music scene which included Giant Sand, Naked Prey and the River Roses, they were hardly the same as those bands or anyone else. In some ways, this should go without saying. If they sounded just like everyone else, they would not have gotten a major label record deal. While there were plenty of guitar-driven pop outfits at the time, none of them had the charisma and Mark Lindsay-esque voice of David Slutes or the uninhibited guitar work of Rich Hopkins. The Sidewinders were suddenly everywhere.
I am not going to pretend that I am one of those people that have been following them from the beginning. I was a teenager when they first came together in , so I was not going to the places they played until a few years later. I did not see them play live until around , when they were on the verge of the RCA record deal that changed everything. After that, they were suddenly everywhere. Their first major-label release was 's "Witchdoctor," whose title track made a brief appearance in the lower rungs of the top Its best track, "Bad Crazy Sun," indulges in an epic, prog-rock audacity to tell the story of doomed migrants abandoned by a coyote in the forsaken desert of Southwestern Arizona, well before such subject matter became a national cause celebre.
That the song was quoted as recently as in a Pulitzer-nominated book by Luis Alberto Urrea speaks to how well this remarkable album has held up over the years. At the time, the local media, only slightly less clueless then than they are now, took notice, registering shock about what we knew all along: namely that Tucson had an active and vibrant music scene. They followed every move that the Sidewinders made. This, they said, was the first Tucson act to get a major label contract since Linda Ronstadt in the s NB: Not true, as it turns out. Where was the love for the Dusty Chaps?
In the Old Pueblo, some of us reacted with predictable resentment. A lot of us were rooting for the River Roses, another 4 piece guitar band characterized by awesome songwriting and skilled musicianship. In many ways, they were better than the Sidewinders, but, as one friend of mine once said "all their charisma is behind the drum kit" and in those days, this was not a formula for rock stardom. It became hip for some of us to pretend to hate the Sidewinders while we went to their shows and secretly loved their records, saying that their success was somehow stolen from the River Roses.
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The title referred to a run-down practice space which the band rented from a member of the City Council which is now a rather bohemian arts space called Dry River Collective. Some tracks featured guest musicians from the Tucson scene, while the inner sleeve included a list of every musician who ever played with the band, prompting some folks to say "him? Nonetheless, in our hip, something early 90s irony, we worked to find fault with it. A few days after we received the record at KAMP, I spotted Dave Slutes at a big house party near downtown, with a woman under each arm and a beer in his hand.
Just to be a smug punk, I went up to him and said "Hey, Dave, I thought you didn't do that anymore! At this point, David Slutes was a rock star, at least in Tucson. We all knew guys who insisted that he made off with their girlfriends, which was generally not true. He was sufficiently well-known that a cartoonist for the Arizona Daily Wildcat used to regularly make gags about him, which Slutes actually appreciated.
Meanwhile, Slutes skipped his tenth high school reunion to "live the life" as he said, touring North America and Europe with Pearl Jam and playing shows for 30, fans. In , things came to a grinding halt with a legal entanglement that eventually forced them to change their name and to go dormant for 2 years. This, of course, is almost a lifetime in pop music. They emerged from hibernation as the Sand Rubies with an excellent album produced by Waddy Wachtel. A single got some radio play, but the momentum and the enthusiasm were lost.
As the Sand Rubies, they continued to make good music, though much of the time has been spent in hiatus. They remained popular in Arizona and maintained a sufficient following, particularly in Europe, to justify some modest touring. On their most recent release, 's "Mas Cuacha," a song called "Showcase '89" chronicled the band's halcyon days and made it clear that they were grateful for their brief flirtation with stardom.
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Someone called it their "Last Waltz," but it included no turkey dinner or spontaneous appearances by Neil Young and Joni Mitchell. In fact, it was a rather modest affair which was strangely satisfactory. The venue was a humble outdoor stage at The Hut, a 4th Avenue dive, there were problems with the sound, and the bassist had some difficulty with his guitar strap, so the whole thing came off as less than slick, which was a big part of its charm.
It would be tempting to say that this marks the end of an era, but this would not be accurate. Though they never became washed-up, the truth is that the Sidewinders were a product of a specific place and time, and this has long since passed. We tend to regard the Old Pueblo is a place where things almost happen.
The phrase "Tucson sound" is now far more likely to evoke the layered sophistication of Calexico than the guitar-dominated "desert rock" that held sway in the Old Pueblo 20 years ago. Still, the Sidewinders and their story have much to say about what has not changed about Tucson: namely, that we tend to regard the Old Pueblo is a place where things almost happen.
As Tucsonans, we grow up with stories about the great things that started and never finished, a legacy, perhaps, of losing the capitol to Prescott in which continues to manifest itself in our cynicism about Rio Nuevo today. We spend a so much time complaining about what is not happening, so much effort looking outside our community that we tend to overlook the great things that are happening the talented people that we have right here. In the days of the Sidewinder's heyday, we all thought that big things were going to happen in Tucson, that all of our favorite local bands were going to make it big the way that it seemed that everyone from Seattle was getting on the radio a year or two later.
This did not quite pan out. I wonder if it is our love-hate relationship with our city that held us back from making this happen. Still, the Sidewinders were great, and imagining what could have been is largely a waste of time. For a few years back there, they made Tucson proud and brought positive attention to our city and state.
The Old Pueblo owes Dave and Rich a hearty thank you. We also need to remember what their story tells us about the awesome, though too often unappreciated, potential we have as a community. Band's farewell, book release bound to please die-hard fans. Sand Rubies take a look back. By Dan Sorenson Dsorenson azstarnet. If a band plays in the woods, is it making music? Yeah, but it's not popular music. Fans are needed for that. And almost certainly there would be no coffee-table book about a Tucson band that first broke up 18 years ago without fans. Finical says he spent a lot of his more youthful hours listening to the Sidewinders and Sand Rubies at Nino's and other local music venues in the band's bright, but troubled, run between and Finical, with a background in graphic design, said he's not entirely sure that Sidewinders founders Rich Hopkins and Dave Slutes "got it" when he first proposed the photo book.
But he says Hopkins and Slutes, as well as some other former members of the group, signed off on the idea and gave him access to their caches of band memorabilia. The roughly 80 photos in the hardbound book - titled "Came on Like the Sun," a reference to a song by the same name from the Sidewinders' album, "Auntie Ramos Pool Hall" - are a combination of promotional photos commissioned by record companies and incidental snap shots and fan photos the band members accumulated.
The photos evoke memories of good times for Finical. They also give him that feeling of getting backstage, seeing things about this band that he wasn't around to see for himself - outtakes from record company photo shoots, snapshots from European tours. This is a case where the fan actually knows something the artist may not.
Band members may get their egos stroked by fame and publicity, but the fans are there because they love the music. They pay to be there. They choose to spend their time and money on a certain band rather than another one, or something else entirely. Slutes said he first felt the idea of the photo book was an ego-serving concept, a puzzling celebration of a band that "made a minor blip" on the worldwide music scene. But he said Finical's approach, as a longtime fan, put it in different light. Finical said he knew those photos would mean a lot to him and other fans. But, to the band, the photos probably sparked memories of what was going on when they were taken: the band burned through rhythm sections and Hopkins and Slutes had a period where they didn't get along.
He has a career that is bigger in Europe than in the U. Slutes is best known today as the energetic talent booker for Club Congress and occasional appearances under an alias with spoofy lounge act The Zsa Zsas.
The Sidewinders, later renamed the Sand Rubies after a suit with a Carolina band that claimed first dibs on the name, were one of the biggest deals to come out of Tucson's music scene in the mids and s. It was back in the day when major-label record deals mattered, and the Sidewinders landed more than one over the years. But the lawsuit and other legal problems held up release of a new album, stalling their career for more than two years. A couple of their releases charted but never broke into the top 10 lists.
They never had the big single - the radio hit that could have taken them to the next level of national recognition the way "Hey, Jealousy" did for Tempe's Gin Blossoms. They folded in , but reunited in and played locally, toured Europe and released recordings between and Since then, Slutes says, the band never really broke up, but hasn't played regularly.
And more recently, since longtime bassist Ken Andre moved to Texas, he said it's difficult to keep the Sand Rubies going as a working band. The fighting days with Hopkins are long over, Slutes said. We're very lucky. We got to enjoy what we had.
We got into it the band because of the music. We just wanted to make songs and be in a band. Fourth Ave. It's nice out here in Tucson right now it is raining or sprinkling! Ken Andree has left Tucson for Austin,Texas but is coming back to play this one last show. Is it really the END? Probably but one never really knows! Mark Perrodin will be playing Diane Padilla.. Sure would be cool to see you again This is a beautiful piece of art work that Fini has poured his heart and soul into! They will be for sale on June 2! What else He is ana mazing singer, sensitive as all hell and sings these beautiful ballads He lives in Oakland, Cal.
Sure hope so We are making a new album together and I think we are finally making the rock and roll record people have been waiting for.. All the same, it's gonna be the best album ever cuz this band is rock solid! But it's allot and I am diggin life! In their day the Sidewinders crafted some of the most memorable and timeless tunes ever to emerge not only from the Arizona scene, but the Amerindie underground at large.
I should know; I was one of those fans. This was during the pre-Internet age, mind you, when following a band involved a lot more than just calling up a Wikipedia entry or a Facebook page and clicking on an MP3 download link; the resulting degree of devotion could be profound to the point of startling. Legacies are forged over time, of course, and the years have seen a fair share of vicissitudes for both Hopkins and Slutes, with albums typically bookending protracted periods of inactivity for the band. Long may they strike. It was an 18lb. Turkey hunting for me was a spiritual experience.
I had allot of time to pray and thank God for everything. The woods were so beautiful! Ein Gen i us s! We did see Edgar but he missed our show! Got there too late. Oh well. The cafe ceremony was really just a ribbon cutting ceremony It is a wonderful place. Outside in the back I have some grassy land and hopefully cool neighbors!
So far things are running really well there Our chef, Richard is awesome and a funny englishman! March with Larry Cooper. Wir haben das alles zum ersten Mal in einer Digitaldruckerei fertigen lassen, um damit die Wertigkeit dieser sehr gefragten Fanclub-Ausgaben weiter zu qualifizieren. Wir wollen damit sagen, dass wir auf Gedeih und Verderb auf Euch alle angewiesen sind, um auch diese Ausgabe 4 zur Erfolgsstory werden zu lassen. Und dieses Geld ist -so meinen wir- besser kaum anlegbar!
Nun, mit der Ausgabe 4 liegt eine wahrliche Perle bereit und wartet schon auf ihre neuen Besitzer. Es ist uns auf den 4 CD's gelungen eigentlich unbezahlbare Momente klangtechnisch festzuhalten. Soundtechnisch leistet hier vor allem Besitzer und Soundguy Henry einen herausragenden Job. Die Band macht es ihm aber auch leicht! Vielleicht nicht gleich zu Beginn! Denn da haben wir noch drei Songs draufgepackt, die immer treffsicher beim Publikum punkten. Aber die Songs sind es noch viel mehr. Ein wirklich interessanter Vergleich zu heute! Schlagt einfach musikalisch zu! From the March issue.
Zocalo Cafe, the newest eatery in Blanco, has opened, bringing fresh, organic, and local food choices to its patrons. Owner Rich Hopkins, a musician, was born in Texas, raised in Arizona, and has traveled extensively throughout Europe and South America. Drawing on his experiences and passions, Hopkins wanted to create a place that combined all of them, including food, coffee, music, and art.
Chef Brisco prepares a daily special everyday, including a soup of the day. Ingredients are bought locally and organically when available, with an emphasis on being health conscious. The menu includes a European breakfast served from 8am to am, with choices such as seasonal fruits, homemade granola, greek yogurt, eggs, whole wheat pancakes, and home fries. For lunch, Zocalo offers paninis, sandwiches, salads, soups, and baked potatoes. In early May, Hopkins plans on being able to serve beer and wine and is also planning on having steak and fish dinners grilled outside on the new outdoor grill.
And, of course, to bring it all together, Hopkins plans to have live music weekly. Zocalo Cafe is located at Pecan St. The phone number is Mi, Diesmal bringt er selbst einen Gast mit, den Songwriter Sr. Freitag, 8. Jeder machte sein eigenes Ding. Vor allem Rich Hopkins mit seinen Luminarios erspielte sich in den letzten Jahren bei uns in Europa, vor allem in Deutschland, einen exzellenten Namen.
Da ist er ein absoluter Meister. Verspricht ein interessantes Konzert am 4. Kraftvolle aber nicht zu harte elektrische Gitarren, ein stoisch treibender Beat und hymnische Refrains bestimmen meist das Klangbild der Songs. Da ist zum Einen seine unverwechelbare Sologitarre u. Scheibe des Mannes aus Tucson ist. Hopkins war immer Hopkins, zu Prozent. Im Gegenteil! Als Bonbon gibt es eine Zusammenarbeit mit Steve Wynn.
Am Apr 28, Auf den ersten Blick verzaubert. Feb 25, Feb 26, Monstermagie habe ich in einem Rutsch verschlungen! Als ich auf das Buch aufmerksam geworden bin war ich sofort begeistert von der Idee: Ein Laden, in Monstermagie habe ich in einem Rutsch verschlungen! Als ich auf das Buch aufmerksam geworden bin war ich sofort begeistert von der Idee: Ein Laden, in dem man magische Monster kaufen kann?
Klingt wahnsinnig cool! Was anfangs als eine witzige und locker leichte Geschichte beginnt, entpuppt sich im Verlauf der Handlung als so vieles mehr: Es wird spannend, es wird traurig und vor allem stehen Leah und ihre Monster im Vordergrund. Die wahren Helden sind und bleiben aber die Monster, die mich mit ihrem Wesen verzaubern konnten.
Insgesamt ein unterhaltsames, charmantes und wundervolles Buch, mit viel Witz und einer originellen Idee! Jan 04, Iron Gold Red Rising, 4. Jan 25, Feb 07, To Be Honest. Aug 22, Aug 26, Herz aus Schatten. Ich fand die Roman-Idee wirklich grandios! Alles ist so geschrieben, dass man regelrecht in die Story hineingezogen wird. Die Spannung zieht sich konstant durch das ganze Buch! Neben Kayla lernen wir einige Figuren kennen, hinter deren Fassade man im Verlauf der Handlung nach und nach blicken kann. Ich fand sie alle — von Kaylas Familie, bis zu ihren Feinden an der Akademie — sehr gut ausgearbeitet.
Sep 21, Oct 02, Hals- und Knochenbruch Scary Harry, 6. Es gibt allerdings auch jede Menge andere Probleme. Der Illustrator passt mit seinem Stil perfekt zur Geschichte und setzt witzige und coole Momente in Szene wie niemand anderes. So findet man auch hier in jedem Kapitel wieder gelungene Zeichnungen zum Inhalt. Der Plot steht keine Sekunde still und gerade deshalb fand ich das Buch auch so gelungen. Besonders der Anfang des Buches ist so sau-lustig gewesen. Otto, Emily und Harold, aber auch Tante Sharon und Onkel Archibald sind sympathisch wie eh und je und bilden alle zusammen ein ganz tolles Team, das sich hier vielen Abenteuern stellen muss.
Insgesamt treibt dieser Band die Handlung der Reihe auch enorm voran.
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Sep 20, Deine letzte Nachricht. So erging es mir. Es gab wirklich einige Nachrichten, die mich an Dinge aus meinem eigenen Leben erinnert haben. Dinge, die ich selber ausgesprochen habe - oder wollte. Jede Seite ist wahnsinnig toll aufgemacht. Man liest also nicht nur. Man macht Erfahrungen dabei. Wer hat nicht schon mal etwas erfahren, was gleichzeitig das Beste und das Schlimmste war? Am Leben zu sein. Familie zu haben. Ich habe mehrmals innegehalten und bin mental eine Liste durchgegangen, von Menschen und Erlebnissen, die mir etwas bedeuten.
Lest es. Sep 03, Sep 04, The Cobalt Prince 5 Worlds, 2. The "5 Worlds" series is one of my all time favourite comic series - and I read a lot comics the past few years. Everything about this one fits perfec The "5 Worlds" series is one of my all time favourite comic series - and I read a lot comics the past few years. Everything about this one fits perfectly together: emotional, original story with humor, heartbreak, action and great fantasy elements. Outstanding and georgous illustrations. Lovabale characters and some really wise dialogues about courage, family and finding strength within yourself.
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Can't wait for volume three! Goldie Vance Vol. Jun 17, The Sand Warrior 5 Worlds, 1. Beste Graphic Novel, die ich dieses Jahr gelesen habe! Jul 20, Sep 14, Schicksalsbringer Ich bin deine Bestimmung, 1. Das Cover fand ich sehr ansprechend und so durfte das Buch gleich nach Erscheinen bei mir einziehen. Auch die Charaktere habe ich sehr geliebt. Anna Loos und Silly. Rapper Sean Paul. Barry Manilow. Lena Meyer-Landrut. Sarah Engels und Pietro Lombardi. Stefanie Heinzmann. Jupiter Jones. Caro Emerald. The Boss Hoss. Thomas Karaoglan, der Checker.
Helene Fischer. Marilyn Manson. Wolfgang Niedecken und seine Frau Tina.