Ripleys Believe It or Not



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  • Paperback
  • Ripleys Believe It or Not
  • Ripley Entertainment Inc.
  • English
  • 02 August 2019
  • 0671801643

15 thoughts on “Ripleys Believe It or Not

  1. Chad says:

    My 9 year old niece would love this She s currently obsessed with weird facts I found it a bit meh The book follows the structure of a 10 page or so dramatization of an event followed by a 1 page synopsis of the actual event The stories...

  2. destiny ♡⚔♡ [howling libraries] says:

    There wasn t anything necessarily wrong with this graphic novel, it just felt very mediocre to me The stories felt exaggerated in an unnecessary way and I was disappointed by the unrealistic spin some of them were given in an obvious attempt to make them seem creepy or overly strange Maybe it s just been too long since I ve engaged in anything from the Ripley s franchise and I went in with the wrong expectations Thank you so much to the publisher for providing me with this ARC in exchange fo There wasn t anything necessarily wrong with this graphic novel, it just felt very mediocre to me The stories felt exaggerated in an unnecessary way and I was disappointed by the unrealistic spin some of them were given in an obvious attempt to make them seem creepy or overly strange Maybe it s just been too long since I ve engaged in anything from the Ripley s franchise and I went in with the wrong expectations Thank you so much to the publisher for providing me wi...

  3. Glen says:

    10 fully illustrated tales background stories for 8 different Ripley s Believe It or Not datum Each story written by a different author each story illustrated by a different artist Some authors and artists were usedthan once.This is standard Ripley s Believe It or Not fare, that we have come to love and enjoy The artwork was great and the stories well told Some of the stories were fictional, as some of the facts being explored had to be imagined I do have a couple favorites, su 10 fully illustrated tales background stories for 8 different Ripley s Believe It or Not datum Each story written by a different author each story illustrated by a different artist Some authors and artists were usedthan once.This is standard Ripley s Believe It or Not fare, that we have come to love and enjoy The artwork was great and the stories well told Some of the stories were fictional, as some of the facts ...

  4. Devann says:

    I received an ARC copy of this book from NetGalleyactual rating 2.5I just want to preface this by saying that I was absolutely OBSESSED with Ripley s as a kid We always went to Myrtle Beach for vacation and I always made my parents take me to the Ripley s museum there and I watched the TV show all the time That being said this graphic novel was a bit disappointing Basically there s like six or seven weird stories and each one gets maybe a ten page dramatization and then a one page summary I received an ARC copy of this book from NetGalleyactual rating 2.5I just want to preface this by saying that I was absolutely OBSESSED with Ripley s as a kid We always went to Myrtle Beach for vacation and I always made my parents take me to the Ripley s museum there and I watched the TV show all the time That being said this graphic novel was a bit disappointing Basically there s like six or seven weird stories and each one gets maybe a ten page dramatization and then a one page summary of the actual historical event I didn t like that it went so in depth about so few events, and I would have much preferred maybe a one page comic strip style thing about each story and then the explanation for it on the opposite page It was cute for nostalgic value and it might beenjoyable for kids than adults, but overall I just found myself wishing that there wereweird events covered with acondensed format In the end I rounded up instead of down purely f...

  5. Etienne says:

    Good way to present those old Ripley s Believe it or not stories First a short comic cartoon story and then a brief resume of that fact story Kind of urban legends sometimes amplify over time but most, ...

  6. Karen says:

    A perfect fit for anyone interested in the odd or unusual The collection of oddities are presented in a comic book style, making this book a fun, quick read Thank you to Diamond Book Distributors and NetGalley for the opportunity to read this book in exchange for my honest review.

  7. Marjolein says:

    Read all my reviews on I went into reading this without any knowledge of Ripley s Believe It or Not I believe it was once suggested for a London city trip, but just as quickly abandoned However, reading about some strange facts never seems to bore me, so I gave it a try I didn t care much for the artwork, it felt very comic y and not much refined However, some of the short stories were quite interesting although quite a few of them were already known to mRead all my reviews on I went into reading this without any knowledge of Ripley s Believe It or Not I believe it was once suggested for a London city trip, but just as quickly abandoned However, reading about some strange facts never seems to bore me, so I gave it a try I didn t care much for the artwork, it felt very comic y and not much refin...

  8. Kelly Van Damme says:

    I used to read a lot of comic books as a kid, but I ve never really looked into graphic novels This one was in the Read Now section on NetGalley and I decided to give it a shot, especially since I find Ripley s curiosities intriguing, plus it has a cat on the cover, as well as a skull, how could I resist I must say, I m pleasantly surprised and I will definitely look intoof these types of novels I loved the graphics and the stories, although, as with every story collection, some appeal I used to read a lot of comic books as a kid, but I ve never really looked into graphic novels This one was in the Read Now section on NetGalley and I decided to give it a shot, especially since I find Ripley s curiosities intriguing, plus it has a cat on the cover, as well as a skull, how could I resist I must say, I m pleasantly surprised and I will definitely look intoof these typ...

  9. Lukasz says:

    Excellent I m new to Ripley s Believe it or Not astonishing oddities, and this title serves as a great introduction It collects believable and relatable 8 page stories of tragedy and strange twists of fate The art suits the mood of stories and never disappoints This issue contains stories illustrated by numerous artists Each of them succeeded in presenting a disturbng story concisely, and with enough punch to hook the reader I enjoyed my escapade into the weird and unexpected Absolutely Excellent I m new to Ripley s Believe it or Not astonishing oddities, and this title serves as a great introduction It collects believable and relatable 8 page stories of tragedy and strange twists of fate The art suits the mood of stories and never disappoints This issue contains stories illustrated by nume...

  10. Molly says:

    A great collection for anyone who is new to Ripley s Believe It Or Not , though long time fans will be familiar with most of the stories and material here The presentation of each story in slightly exaggerated form followed by a one or two...

  11. January Gray says:

    I really enjoyed this book, but I was expecting somethingfamily oriented Some things were not in good taste for kids, but that was just my thinking, the book is absolutely fabulous and entertaining and quite informational.

  12. Michelle says:

    I hadn t heard a lot of Ripley s stories, some of them I learned about during my bachelors since they were medical miracles Most of them were still new to me, at least, the story behind them was.While it was fun to learnabout Phinneas Gage and the tallest man, even about Beauty and the Beast, it all just feels a bit immature Which isn t bad, but since the only things I ve heard about Ripley s stories was that they were gory and unbelievable and astonishing, I guess I had expected somethi I hadn t heard a lot of Ripley s stories, some of them I learned about during my bachelors since they were medical miracles Most of them were still new to me, at least, the story behind them was.While it was fun to learnabout Phinneas Gage and the tallest man, even about Beauty and the Beast, it all just feels a bit immature Which isn t bad, but since the only things I ve heard about Ripley s stories was that they were gory and unbelievable and astonishing, I guess I had expected something . gory maybe Andastonishing I am a sucker for happy endings though and I m glad some of the stories ended on a good note I have no idea if it s actually true, if they actually ended this way. but at least I didn t feel sad for all the people in the stories.Another thing I liked was the sort of fact sheet at the end of every story It contained a bitbackstory, or told the reader what happened after...

  13. Amy says:

    This review may contain spoilers pertaining to some content found in Ripley s Believe It or Not, though it is minimal spoilage I am thus far finding Ripley s Believe It or Not, the graphic novel, intriguing It is different than other novels, of the graphic variety, that I have followed because it containsthan one story within its pages I am one of the lucky NetGalley members who was approved to read this book pre publication, and therefore, it was a free no cost to me read However, i This review may contain spoilers pertaining to some content found in Ripley s Believe It or Not, though it is minimal spoilage I am thus far finding Ripley s Believe It or Not, the graphic novel, intriguing It is different than other novels, of the graphic variety, that I have followed because it containsthan one story within its pages I am one of the lucky NetGalley members who was approved to read this book pre publication, and therefore, it was a free no cost to me read However, if I were to have purchased this, the multitude of stories has abang for the buck feel to it.I think that the text is appropriate for ...

  14. Theediscerning says:

    Two modern collections of full colour short stories from the world of Ripley s Believe It Or Not I d never actually associated the man with cartoons, always thinking of him as just a compiler and museum man, spinning off his industry from the old carny days But it seems he did use comic book pages in the past to get his trivia into newspapers Which is one roundabout way of saying this is unapologetically an advert for the Ripley s museums, where quite pointless framing devices of people going Two modern collections of full colour short stories from the world of Ripley s Believe It Or Not I d never actually associated the man with cartoons, always thinking of him as just a compiler and museum man, spinning off his industry from the old carny days But it seems he did use comic book pages in the past to get his trivia into newspapers Which is one roundabout way of saying t...

  15. Paul Franco says:

    A graphic novel about the famous brand.It starts in Branson with one of the museums, where Ripley is a hologram giving the intro to the tour Beauty and the Beast was real, in a story with too many Catherines.From there it moves through a number of vignettes, each taken from one of the oddities in the museum.Already knew the Phineas Gage story, though not the ultimate ending That s my fave part of these stories not just explaining how they were true, but that some of these poor souls did have A graphic novel about the famous brand.It starts in Branson with one of the museums, where Ripley is a hologram giving the intro to the tour Beauty and the Beast was real, in a story with too many Catherines.From there it moves through a number of vignettes, each taken from one of the oddities in the museum.Already knew the Phineas Gage story, though not the ultimate ending That s my fave part of these stories not just explaining how they were true, but that some of these poor souls did have happily ever afters Stableboys Sauna is a term I wish I d never heard Then it turns much stranger, as we get a story...

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