Plants vs. Zombies Volume 3: Bully For You By Paul Tobin

Young adventurers Patrice and Nate have followed neighborhood defender Crazy Dave throughout time--but are they ready to investigate a school campus to keep the streets safe from zombies? In Plants vs. Zombies: Bully For You, they'll be visiting a very strange college in an attempt to take down Dr. Zomboss yet again--and any school visit's tolerable if you get to battle zombies! Paul Tobin (Prometheus, Bandette) and Ron Chan (The Guild, X-Men) join forces with the mysterious Anti-Bully Squad to deliver a hilarious, all-ages romp to your school! Featuring special bonus stories illustrated by acclaimed creators Dustin Nguyen, Jennifer Meyer, and Peter Bagge!

Praise for previous volumes of the Dark Horse Plants vs. Zombies graphic novel series:

Wonderful fun and silliness await you in this book, and you'll be sure to leave it with a smile on your face and zombie bits on your lawn. -Fanboy Comics

 This is one of the more fun video game adaptations that I've read and the most fun I've had with a zombie story since Zombieland. -Front Towards Gamer 

If you like Plants vs. Zombies this comic adds to its appeal. It's a good clean read for all ages. -Eat Your Comics Plants vs. Zombies Volume 3: Bully For You

Love reading these books with my son who enjoys watching and playing the Plants vs. Zombies game. He gets a kick out of the different characters, especially the plants. Hardcover Huge blinking neon caveat: I am not the target audience for this comic. I've played Plants vs. Zombies a few times but I tend to get bored with most of those kinds of games after a couple of months. I doubt many non-players will pick this up, and I normally wouldn't bother, but I needed something to read and my second grader left it in the car.

And it was okay! Funny enough, with humor in the same vein as The Powerpuff Girls, I think. It's a silly story with easy-to-follow plot and panels, and the art's great, a good match for the story. It helps to know a little about how Plants vs. Zombies (the game) works but I think most kids who have an interest in the story but haven't played the game would be able to catch on.

So only two stars for me because it's not really my thing, but if my seven-year-old were rating this -- based on the time she's put into reading it and the number of lines she's had to read aloud because she thought they were so funny -- I think the stars would be way higher. Hardcover Cute, fun, quick little graphic novel. I loved the Plants vs. Zombies game (a little too much if you ask my family), and just LOVE zombies in general, so had to give this a try. Definitely has a juvenile audience appeal, but still a fun time. Hardcover I thought this book truly awful. However, my student LOVED it. He thought it was super great. Comic books really stretch vocab in that they have nonsensical words along with huge vocab words. While the font was so confusing, my student couldn't read many of the small words, he really enjoyed my reading it aloud to him. The book was total nonsense, and the puns were the worst - so bad, I even giggled some. He can't wait to read more. Even though I thought it awful, I am thrilled for something that helps him enjoy books, so I will suffer through it! Hardcover I read this for the #GettingGraphic readathon challenge. Definitely a fun little one, I think anyone who has played/liked the game would probably like this, along with anyone who enjoys cutesy/silly comics. Zomboss is back to his usual tricks after zombie college, the kids have to try to foil his plot to take over neighborville.

This appears to be from the boxed set hardcover collection so in addition to the main story it had a FBCD comic, and a bunch of short strips (2-3 pages each) from different artists, I just discovered Jennifer L Meyer in a different recent comic read and she had 2 of these latter strips that were totally lovely. Hardcover


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Hardcover I couldn't even finish it. I am definitely not the audience for this series. It might have made a difference if I started with the first one, but I doubt it. Hardcover fun Hardcover i love this book because pvz is my favorite game and its the first pvz book i ever read Hardcover