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Story – stars I really love the Far North stories and this one was captivating with a good old ‘Jack London’ feel about it A disaster strikes one of the mines in the northern territories and so a team of sled dogs is sent out for the rescue toward the greater danger than the heroes can imagine Throughout the story Pi and Nordguard Book One Across Thin Ice Review IGN What Across Thin Ice does well is build a setting where it makes sense that the characters are talking dogs instead of a purely aesthetic choice Set in the Yukon in the early s in a world Across Thin Ice PG by screwbald on DeviantArt Across Thin Ice first of the Nordguard books is full color pages suitable for readers for language and violence Pi and her team of sled dogs part of the Nordguard elite strike out northwards on a dangerous rescue mission Bandits thin ice and inclement weather they can handle It's what they don't know about their mission that can kill them Review 'Nordguard Across Thin Ice' by Tess “Book One Across Thin Ice” is the adventure of Pi’s team crossing the deadly but beautiful White Land in early winter when the ground is not yet uite safely frozen to reach the Tartok mine There are menaces from both the harsh landscape and the hunters of the Maguru tribes of native “strays” The reader already knows from a prologue that what they will find at Tartok will intensify the mystery and danger Across Thin Ice Cover by screwbald in | Furry Sep Here is the cover for Across Thin Ice Book One of the Nordguard graphic novel trilogy I can't believe I'm typing this butAs of posting this there Across Thin Ice Cover Tess Garman ☆ Across Thin Ice Nordguard Tess Garman ☆ Across Thin Ice Nordguard kazakhstan PDF Read Online ↠ Check out Episode of ComicPop Library Spaces for t Nordguard WikiFur the furry encyclopedia Across Thin Ice Page by Blotch Fur Affinity Across Thin Ice is all finished and now available to order online from Sofawolf Press Click Here for information This month marked the return of my full time work on Across Thin Ice and here's a page to celebrate Across Thin Ice first of three Nordguard graphic novels will be or so pages of turn of the th century arctic adventure printed in full color from Sofawolf Press Running Across Thin Ice with Tigers YouTube Provided to YouTube by Awal Digital Ltd Running Across Thin Ice with Tigers John Foxx John Foxx The Golden Section Plus ℗ Metamatic LLP Released on


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  1. says:

    ‘Across Thin Ice’ is the first issue of ‘Nordguard’ series and who doesn’t love a good comic book?Story – 5 stars I really love the Far North stories and this one was captivating with a good old ‘Jack London’ feel about it A disaster strikes one of the mines in the northern territories and so a team of sled dogs is sent out for the rescue toward the greater danger than the heroes can imagine Throughout the story Pi and her team have to brave bad weather frozen rivers and ice drifts as well as skirmishes with bandits – and even though they never get to come face to face with the mysterious villains the story doesn’t lose its excitement and I applaud the author for the mastery of this level Art – 5 stars Amazing art is why we love comics right? And in this case the art is beautiful There is marvelous scenery of snowy wildness and northern lights There are beautifully drawn animal faces and anatomy There are lots of details that make you admire the pages My personal favourite got to be the scene when James McKay treats the wounds of a random traveler the team saves The said traveler relays some important information there so at first your full attention is on the conversation Then you realize that McKay is working in the second plan all the time – cleaning the wound removing the bullet sewing it up and bandaging one step in every panel I admire the accuracy with which this scene and the likes of it are drawnPace – 3 stars The pacing of the story is inconsistent and I consider it one of the drawbacks The story started with a bang by showing us a life and death situation on the mine that sets the whole plot in motion but then it abruptly slowed down as Pi and her team are introduced To be honest I was uite bored throughout the first half of the comic It’s only halfway through when the action starts and flies by practically non stop with only a couple of breaks to let the heroes – and readers to catch their breath At that point I was sitting on the edge of my seat However I do believe that the story would’ve benefited if the pacing was even and not so slow during the first half of the bookCharacters – 3 stars ‘Across Thin Ice’ follows a team of protagonists so it would be unfair to single out a specific hero though there are several who get screen time However I had trouble sympathizing and identifying with most prominent character In a way having characters with flaws and faults is a good thing because it makes them human but being annoyed with a character’s behaviour doesn’t help my enjoyment of the story In a way Pi’s risk taking and London’s overcaution balance each other and make them a good team – but I still think that Pi is too uick to rush into the fray She is the leader responsible for the whole team and her protectiveness toward her charges is a good thing but her total inability and unwillingness to listen to someone who also obviously cares for the team is not Not to mention that Pi’s way to handle conflicts in the team just made her look inconsiderate for her team members Nickel’s devil may care attitude grated on my nerves a lot too but I loved London being the voice of reason and somewhat of a fatherly figure to the whole team James McKay the team’s newly arrived medic is a character that is especially dear to me he is new to the world of the Far North just as the readers are so we often follow events with his eyes He is sweet gentle and caring but also too green and weak to completely fit in with the team but that just makes him even endearing I would’ve certainly appreciated of Freki if she was featured but she was very literally in the background almost all the time and had only about two scenes to star her I absolutely adore her brother Geri though Yes he is a secondary character who literally says two words over the course of the story And yes I love him He has a lovely distinctive look about him and I love the strong silent types who you can always rely on And it certainly doesn’t hurt that he spends the whole story shirtless ; Oleg Kutukov a military officer accompanying Pi’s group is too stereotypical for his own good He is Russian so of course he drinks a lot rude inconsiderate and hides important information about the team’s destination But he is still a positive hero with a lot of strength to his character so I’m forgiving the authors for that Overall rating – 4 stars


  2. says:

    I'd been excited about the Nordguard project for a very long time; mostly of course because its subject matter anthropomorphic sled dogs is highly relevant to my interests but also because Tess Garman has allowed interested parties to follow the creative process all the way through on LiveJournal Thus I'd got hooked to the point of picking a favourite character and I was at fever pitch when the product at last became available to buy than ready to put my money on the tableThe comic itself is a richly detailed world in both concept and depiction The artwork is everything you'd expect from this artist; frankly I'd have been satisfied with 75 pages of the characters standing around talking but there is a lot action than that and suspense and mystery and all the other essentialsOne character was I felt underused; she had hardly anything to say and if I hadn't read a lot of backstory and seen a lot of concept art I would have forgotten she even existed But I'm sure she'll come into her own later in the storyBook 1 comes to a close just as the plot seems to be hotting up which is frustrating to say the least I can see why it's being released in instalments but argh want the next one now


  3. says:

    I was uite literally waiting for this book for three years and I wasn't disappointedThe artwork is exuisite hand drawn with delicate detail in an anthropomorphic style There is absolutely no way to describe it's beauty except to direct you to the book's development site to check out the galleryThe story itself is thin and passes uickly but that doesn't detract from the value of the story because it is only the first part in the series Characters are well established and the story has enough mystery to compel you to keep on reading I will most certainly be awaiting the next installmentI'd recommend this book to anyone interested in dog sledding anthro art or an alternate history account of the Klondike gold rush era Do yourself a favor and pick up a copy


  4. says:

    This is my favorite graphic novel of all time The art is absolutely gorgeous the characters engaging and setting so real you almost can't believe it didn't actually happen If I had to give this book any sort of flaw it would be that the story was fast paced and too short This really is not a 'flaw' so much as it is me wishing there were and eagerly awaiting book twoBest characters in orderNickelPiLondonMcKayGeriFreki


  5. says:

    this book is magnificent and it is unbelievably awesome


  6. says:

    One of the best high uality adult furry comics availabe these days Still waiting for a matching seuel


  7. says:

    This is a beautiful work of art so than any other graphic novel I've had the pleasure to read so far The characters each seem to have a body language postures and detailed expressions that are so well crafted to convey emotions that they should be a case study for professional animators who want to make great anthropomorphic characters while avoiding the uncanny valley The detail put in each frame is positively stunning and you won't regret reading the story; the only issue is that as with many great projects the seuel it seems will be greatly delayed


  8. says:

    First off the artwork in this book is exuisite While it doesn't translate entirely well into print form you can still see the incredible amount of work and the countless hours that were out into creating this The characters are diverse interesting to watch well thought out and great to read about While this book is just the start it is a great plot and one that definitely held my attention Highly recommended to all readers even if they have never read anthropomorphic literature before


  9. says:

    On the Unsheathed Podcast Teagen Gavet explained that 40 hours of work went into each page The character and scenery art a the most spectacular I've ever seen in a GN and of course I love anthro characters Book One is slow paced but then again I like a slow paced book one I'm certain I'll see this series through to the end


  10. says:

    An exceptionally well written and extraordinarily illustrated example of the furry comic Any one single panel of this book could be framed individually as a work of art and the story itself is a solid crime mystery variety; however the story suffers from some pretty crippling pacing issues and has long periods of well nothing