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by Daniel Rendon,Scott Lobdell
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Comics & Graphic Novels
  • Author:
    Daniel Rendon,Scott Lobdell
  • ISBN:
    1597070343
  • ISBN13:
    978-1597070348
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  • Publisher:
    Papercutz (December 12, 2006)
  • Pages:
    96 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Comics & Graphic Novels
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  • Rating:
    4.6
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Book 7 of 20 in the Hardy Boys Undercover Brothers (Graphic Novels) .

Book 7 of 20 in the Hardy Boys Undercover Brothers (Graphic Novels) Series. As the story opens, high school brothers Frank and Joe Hardy board the Silverado Bullet Train en route to their next undercover assignment for ATAC (American Teenagers Against Crime). This is the best one of the series and deserves no less than 5. Plot: the Hardy boys take a train ride to where book 8 will be set.

UNDERCOVER BROTHERS GRAPHIC NOVELS A Graphic Novel series .

UNDERCOVER BROTHERS GRAPHIC NOVELS A Graphic Novel series from Papercutz. Starting in early 2005 graphic novels in the Undercover Brothers series were published by Papercutz. Volume 1 is a reprint of a 3 issue comic book set issued by Papercutz. 7: The Opposite Numbers - 2006 Author: Scott Lobdell Art: Daniel Rendon Issued in Hardcover - Paperback Traveling across the country on the maiden voyage of a sleek new modern train, the HARDY BOYS find themselves framed for murder! But they can't depend on . to help them - because every indication is that it is a super secret spy organization that framed them!

The Opposite Numbers. Book in the The Hardy Boys Graphic Novel Series). Traveling across the country on the maiden voyage of a sleek new modern train, the HARDY BOYS find themselves framed for murder But they can't depend on .

The Opposite Numbers. Hardy Boys Graphic Novel: Undercover Brothers (Series). Scott Lobdell Author Paulo Henrique Illustrator (2013). Dude Ranch O' Death! Hardy Boys Graphic Novel: Undercover Brothers (Series). Hardy Boys Graphic Novels: Undercover Brothers). Published December 12, 2006 by Papercutz.

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Traveling across the country on the maiden voyage of a sleek new modern train, the HARDY BOYS find themselves framed for murder! But they can't depend on . to help them - because every indication is that it is a super secret spy organization that framed them! Ages 8 to 12.

Traveling across the country on the maiden voyage of a sleek new modern train, the HARDY BOYS find themselves framed for murder! But they can't depend on A.T.A.C. to help them -- because every indication is that it is a super secret spy organization that framed them! Ages 8 to 12.


Gribandis
"The Opposite Numbers" is installment #07 in the latest reincarnation of the Hardy Boys, classic adventure detective fiction for generations of American grade school boys and now available in graphic novel format.

As the story opens, high school brothers Frank and Joe Hardy board the Silverado Bullet Train en route to their next undercover assignment for ATAC (American Teenagers Against Crime). What they hadn't counted on was a series of life-threatening mishaps aboard the Silverado Bullet, and a clever attempt to frame the Hardy Boys for murder. This episode introduces the beautiful and dangerous Noir sisters, Shira and Nicolina, who seem to make a habit of popping in and out of the lives of the Hardy Boys.

"The Opposite Numbers" is highly recommended as good entertainment to the latest generation of Hardy Boys fans.
MeGa_NunC
There are many things in life I don't understand. One is why the last reviewer gave my favorite graphic novel 2 stars. This is the best one of the series and deserves no less than 5.

Plot: the Hardy boys take a train ride to where book 8 will be set. (You don't have to read this to under stand #8) But on the train some one is trying to frame them for being killers. While saving the lives of the people aboard the Hardys must unravel a mystery leading to two of the most dangrous villains they ever meant.

Here are the pros and cons:

Pros:
1. Chet, Callie, and Iola are in this one (Only a bit. But hey they are there)
2. An introduction of 2 soon to be reoccurring villains
3. Good story with lots of mystery and action
4. The drawling is good; it is anmi for the most part put is not so unrealistic or over animied that it bothered me. And good drawling is essential for all Graphic novels.

Cons:
There is not much here only that some times a chacter's motivation is a little unclear but it doesn't weigh the story down.

So the bottom line is this is a great comic and I am glad I bought it.
Insanity
A Summer 2007 reading list mini review.

What does one do, when one has already descended to include a Hardy Boys adventure and a graphic novel as part of one's summer reading list? Follow it up by reading A Hardy Boy's graphic novel, of course!

I must admit, I was not aware that such an animal as a Hardy Boys graphic novel existed let alone an entire series. The artwork reminds me quite a bit of the classic speed racer cartoons. The story was plausible for the most part, but something left me wanting. I am not sure if the graphic novel is the best venue for the Hardy Boys, I however am willing to stave off judgment until I have read a few more episodes.