Camp Midnight

Camp Midnight Ben and Big Hero creator Steven T Seagle returns to comics with New Yorker Magazine cartoonist Jason Adam Katzenstein for a new graphic novel Reluctant Skye is accidentally sent to the wrong summ

  • Title: Camp Midnight
  • Author: Steven T. Seagle Jason Katzenstein
  • ISBN: 9781632155559
  • Page: 337
  • Format: Paperback
  • Ben 10 and Big Hero 6 creator Steven T Seagle returns to comics with New Yorker Magazine cartoonist Jason Adam Katzenstein for a new graphic novel Reluctant Skye is accidentally sent to the wrong summer camp Not wanting to please her step monster, Skye is dead set on not fitting in That won t be a problem, as everyone at Camp Midnight with the exception of fellow camBen 10 and Big Hero 6 creator Steven T Seagle returns to comics with New Yorker Magazine cartoonist Jason Adam Katzenstein for a new graphic novel Reluctant Skye is accidentally sent to the wrong summer camp Not wanting to please her step monster, Skye is dead set on not fitting in That won t be a problem, as everyone at Camp Midnight with the exception of fellow camper and fast friend Mia is a full fledged monster The perfect book for fans of Raina Telgemeier s Smile, but wish it had bowls of gooey eyeballs.

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    1. When your parents care enough to not give two hoots and a holler what bus you get on as long as you're gone. Dale and Gayle are ridiculous and totally understandable as mock worthy. Lolz on the Munch homage when Skye finds out about summer camp plans that her parents have concocted without her knowledge. So, we have the heels dug in and determined to show the dingleparents wrong--when the unexpected happens.Ahem, you kinda can tell from the cover that Camp Midnight isn't your average summer camp [...]


    2. -Thank you to NetGalley & Image Comics for providing me with an ARC for review!-I’m pretty sure everyone knows how much I love Image Comics. All of my favourite graphic novels and comic series come from this wonderful publisher. While browsing through NetGalley, I came across Camp Midnight, the story of a young girl who gets sent to the wrong summer camp by mistake. Instead of a summer camp for young teens, Camp Midnight is specialized for teens of the paranormal variety. First of all, I w [...]


    3. Skye's mom is going away for the summer, so Skye has to live with Dad and a wicked step-mom, but no! They don't want her around, so they send her to camp, but she gets on the wrong bus, for Camp Midnight, where all the campers and counselors are monsters. Skye manages to make friends with a ghost named Mia, and crushes on a boy, too, of course, so she actually comes to like it somewhat, which we of course expect. The art of Jason Adam Katzenstein is spookily age-appropriate and fun, darkly color [...]


    4. I would like to thank NetGalley and Image Comics for providing me a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.Introduction: Ever since I started using NetGalley to read some new books online, I have been on a NetGalley reading binge ever since I started and this book “Camp Midnight” by Steven T. Seagle along with artwork by Jason Adam Katzenstein were among my reads from NetGalley that I wanted to read through and I must say that I was quite impressed with this story!What is this st [...]


    5. What this book is about:Skye, yes it's sounds like sky but with an "e" thank you very much, is forced to go to a summer camp called "Camp Midnight" because her mom is busy with the doctors without borders and her dad is under the influence of her stepmother or should I sayep-monster! Skye, of course, doesn't want to go to the stupid camp but she might even surprise herself at the endThis is a middle-grade graphic novel in which we follow a girl named Skye whose parents make her go to a summer ca [...]


    6. 3.5 StarsRead all my reviews on urlphantomhiveoklikes Skye was going to spend the summer with her Dad and step-monster, but instead they send her off to summer camp. Caring parents as they are, she ends up on the wrong bus and is forced to spend her holidays in Camp Midnight, a summer camp of the paranormal variety. While this is certainly a middle-grade graphic novel I wanted to read it as Steven T Seagle was involved with Big Hero 6, an animation movie that took me completely by surprise and e [...]


    7. This is a great reading choice for summer, when kids are being packed away to camp, some more willing than others. I loved the artwork and humor of Camp Midnight, and the story was very sweet. I'm not sure if Seagle and Katzenstein have collaborated on anything else, but if they have, I'll be checking it out.


    8. I loved this way more than I had expected going in. First, we are presented with an aggressive, obnoxious teenager who can't stand her "step-monster" and is pretty frightful in her own behaviour against her parents. But she gets shipped off to summer camp mistakenly, I wonder, to a camp for monsters, where Skye quickly finds out that looks can be deceiving and that she's the odd one out for a change. She learns about accepting differences and makes new friends. The book's lesson is easy to see b [...]


    9. I love the art in this comic. And omigosh, Skye is hilarious. (I think she’s the same age as my daughter – and has the same level of sarcastic output). “Thank God.”“Do not take the Lord’s name in vain.”“How is thanking him vain?”The story itself is enjoyable, and the art is pretty simple. But I love expressive characters with simple sequential art and this artist does really well with it. The coloring is well-done, too, and perfect for this book. And the story’s not so subtle [...]


    10. My reading experience with Steven T. Seagle has been very limited to say the least but what I read of his work, I loved. So, I took it as a sign when I saw one of his titles up for review on netgalley and after finishing this in one sitting I can tell you that, if nothing else, it's quite gripping.What took me by surprise though was the illustration and the colouring, they were quite atmospheric and helped set the mood for the story from page one. All in all, I thoroughly enjoyed this as a 24 ye [...]


    11. Camp Midnight is an enjoyable graphic novel great for children and also older audiences. I really liked the art in this one, especially the scenes with the monsters and the writing as well. The colour scheme is quite dark and bold which suits the story, and I was immersed in the scary camp vibe the whole way through. The protagonist Skye is very snarky and funny and I enjoyed the way that all of the characters were portrayed. Again, this is another children's graphic novel with a message, which [...]


    12. ”It takes time for things to make sense, Skye. Give it time.” This was such a fun read with a surprising depth in it. It’s about accepting who you really are, about not being afraid to show others the real you and what you’re made of. It teaches readers to stay strong and not to be afraid of the monsters or obstacles around you. Great great read! The illustrations were simple yet very eye-catching too!Definitely recommend reading this! *ARC provided by Netgalley for an honest review.*


    13. One part creepy paranormal summer camp, one part hilarious snarky tween angst, Camp Midnight was a fun quick read. There's more here than immediately meets the eye, though, and kids will fall in love with Skye as she struggles with her divorced parents, being different, and camp bullies. Highly recommended.


    14. The parents in this are a little too neglectful. Loved the camp parts. I received an e-copy of this through Net-Galley for an honest review.


    15. I didn't have high expectations for yet another camp story "with a twist," but this far surpassed such expectations with its humor and drama. Skye's acerbic wit was the highlight of the whole story.




    16. Originally posted on: The Quirky Book Nerd*I received a copy of this through Netgalley in exchange for an honest review*I’ve been in the mood to read some new graphic novels lately, so when I saw this one, I figured I would give it a go—and I am incredibly glad that I did. Camp Midnight is a fast, wacky, and highly enjoyable read for both the young and young at heart. Bizarre creatures and humorous dialogue fill the pages, creating a story about the power of friendship and the importance of [...]


    17. A camp full of spooky monsters that party at Midnight!! Where do I sign up? Camp for a lot of kids is the most terrifying part of enjoying the summer, but what happens when you get onto the wrong bus with a bunch of mutants, ghouls, witches, and even a foxy wolf man!? I really enjoyed this one. It was so much more than a campy story. It has heart, support, and a meaningful message. I believe we are all living in a camp nightmare! Our camp counselor is the orange Cheeto!


    18. Not really my cup of tea, but the illustrations are great. I think my students who love graphic novels would enjoy it.


    19. Fun graphic novel for elementary. Creepy, without being too creepy. It also had a nice underlying theme about acceptance and being true to who you are.


    20. I received an advanced readers copy of this book from the publisher and Netgalley in exchange for an honest review.Skye is on her way to her fathers house for the summer, since the seperation of her parents she spends the holidays with him while her doctor mother travels to Rwanda. Skye really hates staying with her father and not because she doesn’t love him, it’s the evil step-mother (Gayle) or in Skye’s terms step-monster! Skye’s father, step -monster and even mother have a suprise in [...]


    21. Skye spends vacations with her father and his new wife ever since her parents divorced. She would rather just stay with her mother. She thinks her father's new wife is a monster. Little does she know that they are going to send her to Camp Midnight for Summer camp. Here she is saying goodbye to her mother.And here she is at camp.She was not supposed to go to Camp Midnight, but her father forgot which camp it was. Camp Midnight is a camp for all the super natural things to have a safe place to be [...]


    22. I received this book from Netgalley in exchange of an honest review.Well, the book certainly goes into the category: Looks good and sounds good, but isn’t good at all. Because that is the problem with this book. The cover is amazing, the blurb sounds great and fun, but quite soon I got bored with the story and the art was just, I am sorry if this is harsh, but I have to be honest, ugly. The colours just run along like some rainbow on the run, and I just didn’t like how stuff was drawn.Still [...]


    23. I got this as an eARC, through Netgalley, in exchange for an honest review.I was thinking of giving this a 2.5 stars, but I enjoyed it a little more than that, so up it goes to 3 stars.In this story, we're following Skye, as she gets discarded to camp for Summer. We see how the camp is not quite ''normal'', nor Summery actually, and it was fun to see how things would unravel.I was super happy to see that this was written by the creator of Ben 10 (hopefully the old ones) and Big Hero 6 (which I l [...]


    24. So after reading an extract from this graphic novel for free comic book day, I knew that this would have to be one that I had to pick up and when I saw it on NetGalley, I was over the moon and knew that I had to request it so I did.The plot of Camp Midnight follows Skye, a normal, human teenage girl who is sent to a summer camp for "monsters." This makes for an enjoyable plot that has a lot of humour and makes this an easy read. This definitely kept me entertained as I have not read a lot of MG [...]


    25. The cover suggested some creepy monster tale, and I was glad to discover that was exactly what I got. I also found it is another perfect example that the real monsters often are those of the human varietywhile monsters can be very human indeed.When Skye is sent to summer camp by her father and his step-monster, she is determined to not enjoy even a second of it to kind of punish her father. However, it's not easy to sulk and gloom with so many friendly monsters aroundter overcoming her first sho [...]


    26. Determined to have an awful time at the summer camp that her father and step-mother sent her to, Skype is not prepared for what is to come. Upon arriving at the camp, it is revealed that Camp Midnight is full of monsters, which leaves Skype quick on her wits to outsmart the monsters, careful not to reveal that she is no one of them. Between camp antics such as obstacle courses, making friends, and a crush on a cute boy who is a monster, Skype has quite the summer experience. Counselor Cobb may s [...]


    27. I was definitely intrigued based on the cover & description, but this is more geared toward younger monsters, probably late elementary and junior high ages.Skye's parents have conspired against her. So, instead of spending summer with dad and the step-monster, she's shipped off to camp. Of course, she ends up on the wrong bus where she befriends Mia and ends up at summer camp for monsters.The storyline was a bit too preachy, accept everyone for who they are, for my tastes and the artwork was [...]


    28. 3 and a half starsThis was a fun and quick read Skie, during the summer she's supposed to spend with her father and step-mother, is sent accidentally to Camp Midnight. There, among monsters (it's quite a politically incorrect term!) she is going to find a way to accept herselfThis comic is funny, smart and just enough creepy The artwork is really on point, with a great use of colors.Thank you to Netgalley and Image Comics for giving me this copy in exchange for an honest review


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