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Agatha H. and the Airship City The Industrial Revolution Has Escalated Into All Out Warfare It Has Been Sixteen Years Since The Heterodyne Boys, Benevolent Adventurers And Inventors, Disappeared Under Mysterious Circumstances Today, Europe Is Ruled By The Sparks, Dynasties Of Mad Scientists Ruling Over And Terrorizing The Hapless Population With Their Bizarre Inventions And Unchecked Power, While The Downtrodden Dream Of The Hetrodynes Return At Transylvania Polygnostic University, A Pretty, Young Student Named Agatha Clay Seems To Have Nothing But Bad Luck Incapable Of Building Anything That Actually Works, But Dedicated To Her Studies, Agatha Seems Destined For A Lackluster Career As A Minor Lab Assistant But When The University Is Overthrown By The Ruthless Tyrant Baron Klaus Wulfenbach, Agatha Finds Herself A Prisoner Aboard His Massive Airship Castle Wulfenbach And It Begins To Look Like She Might Carry A Spark Of Mad Science After All.

  • Hardcover
  • 258 pages
  • Agatha H. and the Airship City
  • Phil Foglio
  • English
  • 01 July 2018
  • 1597802115

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10 thoughts on “Agatha H. and the Airship City

  1. says:

    Agatha H and the Airship City is based on a number of graphic novels by the same authors And it s okay It s a fun adventure story, female protagonist with brains, etc But something felt off to me the way her figure was constantly emphasised, the whole bit where she was in her underwear I don t know what the context of that is, but if it worked i...

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    Story B Narration ASometimes I like a book because the writing is evocative or a character resonates with me Sometimes the descriptions are so eloquent I can t help but be in awe of the writer s skill Sometimes there s a breakneck current of action that sweeps me past any less than stellar writing rocks Sometimes, I come across a book ...

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    ORIGINALLY POSTED AT Fantasy Literature.Notes This rating reflects my satisfaction with the novelization of Girl Genius The comic itself is worth 5 stars Artwork used with permission shown in the review at fantasyliterature.com.Adventure Romance MAD SCIENCE Agatha H and the Airship City is a novelization of the first three volumes of the Girl Genius comic created by Phil and Kaja Foglio This beautiful comic strip, which won the 2009 and 2010 Hugo Award for Best Graphic Story, is ongoing ORIGINALLY POSTED AT Fantasy Literature.Notes This rating reflects my satisfaction with the novelization of Girl Genius The comic itself is worth 5 stars Artwork used with permission shown in the review at fantasyliterature.com.Adventure Romance MAD SCIENCE Agatha H and the Airship ...

  4. says:

    I picked up Agatha H and the Airship City, and tucked myself into a chair to enjoy the afternoon Agatha H is based off of a Hugo winning webcomic Girl Genius, and though I haven t read the comic, I thoroughly enjoyed this version of the first three volumes and am thinking of checking out the comic as a result.I felt a little awkward at the start of the story because even with the prologue, it felt like I was jumping into the middle and that there was history I probably should have known But, I picked up Agatha H and the Airship City, and tucked myself into a chair to enjoy the afternoon Agatha H is based off of a Hugo winning webcomic Girl Genius, and though I haven t read the comic, I thoroughly enjoyed this version of the first three volumes and am thinking of checking out the comic as a result.I felt a little awkward at the start of the story because even with the prologue, it felt like I was jumping into the middle and that there was history I probably should have known But, that faded fairly quickly as I followed Agatha on her day.As the day went on, I learned about her world at the Transylvania Polygnostic University and about how the Sparks read mad sc...

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    First things first for the uninitiated, this is the novel version of Girl Genius, a 14 year old webcomic with 3 Hugo wins under its belt It s a wacky steampunk story with a visual trend towards pinup anatomy, which makes it hard to get into for some, but the story develops interestingly and is well worth the effort If you pick up the books and find yourself wanting to know what happens next the comic is free Go read it Review wise I ve read the comic, but the last time I was caught up was First things first for the uninitiated, this is the novel version of Girl Genius, a 14 year old webcomic with 3 Hugo wins under its belt It s a wacky steampunk story with a visual trend towards pinup anatomy, which makes it hard to get into for some, but the story develops interestingly and is well worth the effort If you pick up the books and find yourself wanting to know what happens next the comic is free Go read it Review wise I ve read the comic, but the last time I was caught up was let me check 2012, actually I have a tendency to binge read and then ignore webcomics for a while so it goes Anyhow, for obvious reasons, I ve retained a lot of the major components of the story IE, Agatha s parentage , but few of the details This was a surprisingly effective refresher course, and an enjoyable, if quick, read.The part I like best about this whole series is still the concept of the Spark, the quality of advanced int...

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    I am a Girl Genius fan I ve been reading the comic since it started up, have most of the volumes in hardcover, and think it is da bomb.Which is, in part, why I am disappointed in the novelization.Robbed of Phil s imaginative and baroquely detailed artwork, too much of the tale of Agatha Clay becomes well, rather unpleasant, rather than zany and humorous Sure, the Jaegermonsters are always a hoot, and Othar and Krosp can t help but be amusing But half the fun of GG are the myriad details t I am a Girl Genius fan I ve been reading the comic since it started up, have most of the volumes in hardcover, and think it is da bomb.Which is, in part, why I am disappointed in the novelization.Robbed of Phil s imaginative and baroquely detailed artwork, too much of the tale of Agatha Clay becomes well, rather unpleasant, rather than zany and humorous Sure, the Jaegermonsters are always a hoot, and Othar and Krosp can t help but be amusing But half the fun of GG are the myriad details that Phil sneaks into the background Book case in the panel Gotta read all the titles Crazy steampunky contraption in someone s hand It will, of course, have a humorous label on its side, or a droll warning sign on the wall.The book drops pretty much all of this We don t even get the name of the...

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    Agatha H and the Airship City is a delightful book of tongue in cheek heroism set in a Steampunk alternate reality version of Europe Mad scientists with bizarre names, a wealth of robotic constructions and the very funny Jagermonsters populate the pages I kept bursting into giggles as I devoured this wonderful book, which I assume is the first in what should be a very popular series Agatha is intelligent, likeable, creative and stands up for herself, but is also rather volitile The other ch Agatha H and the Airship City is a delightful book of tongue in cheek heroism set in a Steampunk ...

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    I really liked this book and the sequel, Agatha H and the Clockwork Princess review to follow Since it was originally a comic, there s a strong sense of imagery to the novel It s very easy to picture Agatha and her world in your mind Phil and Kaja Foglio call it a gaslamp fantasy, instead of steampunk, since biology is a technology as well as mechanics.Agatha is a strong minded young woman literally discovering who she is Her family has lied to her for her entire life, and her beloved lock I really liked this book and the sequel, Agatha H and the Clockwork Princess review to follow Since it was originally a comic, there s a strong sense of imagery to the novel It s very easy to picture Agatha and her world in your mind Phil and Kaja Foglio call it a gaslamp fantasy, instead of steampunk, since biology is a technology as well as mechanics.Agatha is a strong minded young woman literally discovering who she is Her family has lied to her for her entire life, and her beloved locket, that she thought was a memento of her long lost parents has actually been controlling her mind, giving her terrible migraines and preventing her from being able to think clearly so she could not figure anything out about herself It is only when the locket is stolen and broken that she can finally think freely and come into her own considerable power and talents While it was all for her own good, to hide her from her family...

  9. says:

    For those of you who don t know, this book is a novelisation of the webcomic Girl Genius I was introduced to Girl Genius about a month ago, and I have been hooked ever since I got caught up by the end of the week neglecting some possibly important other work and I have been frustrated at the webcomic format ever since mostly because I can t get the rest of the story fast enough So, when I found out there was a book, I was very excited I wantedof Agatha s story, and here was the cha For those of you who don t know, this book is a novelisation of the webcomic Girl Genius I was introduced to Girl Genius about a month ago, and I have been hooked ever since I got caught up by the end of the week neglecting some possibly important other work and I have been frustrated at the webcomic format ever since mostly because I can ...

  10. says:

    Honestly, I haven t had this much fun in months Novelizations of the webcomic, and adorable, absurd, alarming hilarity from start to finish It s gaslamp fantasy about historical not Europe Not about science but instead about mad science, which is a completely different thing A classic cliche story about a young orphans adventures on the run from the powers chasing her, with all the expected familial entanglements, and also about being dangerously gifted Except told so freshly and charmin Honestly, I haven t had this much fun in months Novelizations of the webcomic, and adorable, absurd, alarming hilarity from start to finish It s gaslamp fantasy about historical not Europe Not about science but instead ...

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