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A young boy named Colby Reynolds searches for meaning in the world around him and discovers a place where dreams can come true — if he's willing to pay the price! Along the way he'll see sights he's never fathomed and encounter hidden truths about himself he'll wish he never knew. The hit online comic is now a beautiful, high-quality hardcover graphic novel, perfect for te A young boy named Colby Reynolds searches for meaning in the world around him and discovers a place where dreams can come true — if he's willing to pay the price! Along the way he'll see sights he's never fathomed and encounter hidden truths about himself he'll wish he never knew. The hit online comic is now a beautiful, high-quality hardcover graphic novel, perfect for teen readers and manga fans with a durable, library-quality binding available


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A young boy named Colby Reynolds searches for meaning in the world around him and discovers a place where dreams can come true — if he's willing to pay the price! Along the way he'll see sights he's never fathomed and encounter hidden truths about himself he'll wish he never knew. The hit online comic is now a beautiful, high-quality hardcover graphic novel, perfect for te A young boy named Colby Reynolds searches for meaning in the world around him and discovers a place where dreams can come true — if he's willing to pay the price! Along the way he'll see sights he's never fathomed and encounter hidden truths about himself he'll wish he never knew. The hit online comic is now a beautiful, high-quality hardcover graphic novel, perfect for teen readers and manga fans with a durable, library-quality binding available

30 review for Makeshift Miracle Book 1: The Girl from Nowhere

  1. 5 out of 5

    Elspeth

    I love the ethereal feel this book has, water color has to be one of my all time favorites of art expression. The art is in this is beautiful, and the story interesting.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Experiment BL626

    + the plot The watercolor illustrations are beautiful, but there was no hiding the shallow story. I didn't see a plot. What I saw was a couple of extraordinary events strung together in a way that left me confused. For six chapters, containing 105 pages beginning with chapter one, not much happened. I got more out of the story by reading its summary on Wikipedia. Seriously. The characters were no better. + the protagonist I liked Colby because I instantly related to him, but I was quickly disappoint + the plot The watercolor illustrations are beautiful, but there was no hiding the shallow story. I didn't see a plot. What I saw was a couple of extraordinary events strung together in a way that left me confused. For six chapters, containing 105 pages beginning with chapter one, not much happened. I got more out of the story by reading its summary on Wikipedia. Seriously. The characters were no better. + the protagonist I liked Colby because I instantly related to him, but I was quickly disappointed when I saw how quickly he came to care for Iris as if she was a good friend when the appropriate action, one more consistent with his demeanor, should have been his being wary of Iris. After all, the girl literally fell from the sky, naked, and when he tried to save her she teleported them both back to his house. Obviously, she's an alien, until the story says otherwise, and an amnesiac one at that. Colby's lack of prudence bugged me. + the alien girl Iris was unbelievable. For someone who has amnesia and strange powers, she was disturbingly calm. There was no effort to discover who she was, where she came from, and whether or not Colby was an ally or an enemy. All she did was pull a woe-is-me act and cook. The relationship between Colby and Iris was surreal. + the steampunk guy Esurio was my least favorite character. He annoyed me greatly. For someone who traveled to another world, he showed great incompetence. He shouldn't have assumed he was in friendly territory. He should have approached other people with caution, or at least adjusted his look so he wouldn't stand out. Does he not know the word 'discretion'? Moreover, why was he talking to himself? I think he was missing some screws in his head. In Conclusion I rate Makeshift Miracle, Volume 1 2-stars for it was okay. It would have been a better story if the story's elements were remixed to make a comedy manga. The story would have been stereotypical, but it would have been enjoyable and not confusing. You can read this volume online for free at the official website. Be advised that the website hasn't been updated for years.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Graham Bradley

    If the story had finished the same way that it had executed up until about the halfway point, I might have only given it two or three stars. But I found a simple and yet profound beauty in its conclusion, and the meaning it provided at the end. And besides, the absolutely beautiful watercolor renderings were worth three stars alone. Anything less would've been criminal. What a neat little tale--and major, major kudos to the artist. Some of it was flat-out breathtaking. If the story had finished the same way that it had executed up until about the halfway point, I might have only given it two or three stars. But I found a simple and yet profound beauty in its conclusion, and the meaning it provided at the end. And besides, the absolutely beautiful watercolor renderings were worth three stars alone. Anything less would've been criminal. What a neat little tale--and major, major kudos to the artist. Some of it was flat-out breathtaking.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Nina

    Super quick read. Not a lot happens, but it's very pretty to look at, and I'll look for the next part of the story when it comes out. Super quick read. Not a lot happens, but it's very pretty to look at, and I'll look for the next part of the story when it comes out.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Bre Leora

    While the art in this book is very nice, with vivid colors and nice looking characters, the plot is boring. I was confused to a point where I couldn't connect with the characters or the plot. I felt like too much was left a mystery in the end, leaving me VERY unsatisfied when I was done reading. This book is going straight to my local book exchange, sadly. I had high hopes for this beautiful looking graphic novel, but it's a huge flop. While the art in this book is very nice, with vivid colors and nice looking characters, the plot is boring. I was confused to a point where I couldn't connect with the characters or the plot. I felt like too much was left a mystery in the end, leaving me VERY unsatisfied when I was done reading. This book is going straight to my local book exchange, sadly. I had high hopes for this beautiful looking graphic novel, but it's a huge flop.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Theresa

    A graphic story about a young very lonely boy who wanders out into the snowy countryside to be alone. But then an unusual girl falls from the sky and things get really weird. Very, very strange story. It has a strange dream-like quality that doesn’t make a lot of sense. Also the naked girl thing should have been handled differently: i.e. put the coat completely around her. Ends with a cliffhanger forcing you read the next book. Fave scenes: finding the tree.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Nighteye

    beautiful webcomic

  8. 5 out of 5

    Aurora

    The art is gorgeous, but the story reads like an adolescent boy’s fantasy. Not gonna read more.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Jamie

    Beautifully illustrated and a few good musings about yearning but in general lacks story and content. Hopefully the next volume fleshes the story out a little more because this one was lacking.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Satangan

    I randomly checked this book out from my local Joint-Use library in 2018 and I decided to give it a chance because it looked interesting. For some reason, I held myself back from reading this until 2019 hit. I was just in one of those feels of too much going on and the need to read or not. Anyways, I immediately fell in love with the amazingly beautiful and exquisite illustrations. I give full props to Shun Hong Chan for the wonderful art. The story was interesting and although I felt confused a I randomly checked this book out from my local Joint-Use library in 2018 and I decided to give it a chance because it looked interesting. For some reason, I held myself back from reading this until 2019 hit. I was just in one of those feels of too much going on and the need to read or not. Anyways, I immediately fell in love with the amazingly beautiful and exquisite illustrations. I give full props to Shun Hong Chan for the wonderful art. The story was interesting and although I felt confused and had questions, I really liked the book. I give props to Jim Zub's story and the creation of this book. The grammar/sentence wise almost got me confused or maybe it was just the way I read it versus how I think it should sound at times. Furthermore, I have shipped Colby and Iris together, as it also seems that they might have a connection somehow. I wonder how his dreams are related and his dreams are pretty weird. The guy named Blake Matthews seemed nice, but somehow I felt a little bit of irritation from him; he seemed okay though and I'll possibly warm up to his character. On the other hand, Esurio was really an interesting and intriguing guy. Especially the joke about a convention was funny or I guess it was just funny to me. I want to know who Veridicus is after that phone call. The ending with that cliff hanger, really made me look forward to the next book and I'm curious to find the answers that I end up theorizing for this book. I'm definitely going to check out the main website for this series and to keep on track of the updates to the story.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Nico

    2.5 stars because I'm generous when I'm mostly asleep This was a good it's-midnight-and-insomnia's-a-bastard read. That said, I might've canned it partway through had I been fully conscious just because the writing is truly awful. The art more than makes up for it though, massive respect to Shun Hong Chan. I love the style; the use of colour, expressions, backdrops and landscapes. The art is the true takeaway for me. There are some good ideas in the writing, but so many things just didn't make se 2.5 stars because I'm generous when I'm mostly asleep This was a good it's-midnight-and-insomnia's-a-bastard read. That said, I might've canned it partway through had I been fully conscious just because the writing is truly awful. The art more than makes up for it though, massive respect to Shun Hong Chan. I love the style; the use of colour, expressions, backdrops and landscapes. The art is the true takeaway for me. There are some good ideas in the writing, but so many things just didn't make sense - and not in the cool mysterious way, in the "HUH?" kinda way where you end up zoning out halfway through because the plot doesn't even feel worth paying attention to. It's still a quick read, however ridiculous I found said plot, so I had no issues finishing it. I just shut off any critical thinking skills I had left in my sleep deprived brain and enjoyed the art while half taking in what the characters were up to. Much easier to enjoy the plot when you don't try to make it make sense or expect the characters to act like people. I'll absolutely check out more of Shun Hong Chan's work, but I'm not racing to pick up Book 2 of this series.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Faye, la Patata

    As seen on The Social Potato. Thank you Netgalley for the copy. I've grown up reading comics. Not the DC or Marvel kind, although I'd want to read those someday, but comics for teenage girls and of course, Japanese manga. With that said, after reading a lot of amazing ones and a lot of dull ones, I've developed a certain standard of what makes an exemplary graphic novel - what key elements should be there, what formulas are needed to guarantee a hit, etc. etc. Unfortunately, while Makeshift Miracl As seen on The Social Potato. Thank you Netgalley for the copy. I've grown up reading comics. Not the DC or Marvel kind, although I'd want to read those someday, but comics for teenage girls and of course, Japanese manga. With that said, after reading a lot of amazing ones and a lot of dull ones, I've developed a certain standard of what makes an exemplary graphic novel - what key elements should be there, what formulas are needed to guarantee a hit, etc. etc. Unfortunately, while Makeshift Miracle was good, it somehow lacks something that could have made it better. The cover, for example, lacks impact. Yes, the art is gorgeous, and one can tell from a glance, but its effectiveness leaves much to be desired. Inside, the art is as beautiful - there are enough details to make the sceneries alluring, the colours are light and vibrant, but there's this something that just isn't there. Some panels felt a bit forced, and I thought to myself that the chain of events happened a little too fast for my liking. There were times that the facial expressions of the characters fell flat and dull. There were also panels that had little color that it was grey. I think it was meant to be some sort of style in order to put emphasis on the coloured ones, but to me it felt lazy. The story itself is not original. Ordinary boy meets an extraordinary girl who fell from the sky. When he finds her in a crater, she is cold and shivering and, of course, naked! Apparently, the girl is actually something more and enemies are out there trying to find her. I've read that kind of scenario countless times. What makes each experience different from each other is the portrayal of the characters and their personalities. Unfortunately, the main characters in Makeshift Miracle had their boring and dull times, and I felt that their encounter didn't have that much effect... I mean, that's it? You'll just let this curious girl who fell from the sky in your home with no hesitation whatsoever? The acceptance of the situation felt too rushed, making me feel detached from them. I don't even remember their names anymore... The narration really needs a lot of work. There are a lot of narration, but most of them are just irrelevant thoughts that neither move the story nor reflect the personality of the character. The fonts were weak and unappealing, and they would sometimes change after a chapter or two. All in all, it was okay... but I definitely felt it could have been better.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Sinai C.

    Alright...really 3.5 stars. Why? Around 2.75 of those stars goes to the artwork. When I say gorgeous, I mean gorgeous. I mean flawless, I mean wonderfully colored and drawn, and I could marry this artwork. I would MARRY it, that's how much I loved it. My eyes were constantly on a trip to Happy-Land while I was reading this book. The characters were beautiful, the clothes and the objects and places were just...geez, beauty. I love the parts as well, where there's grey and there's only the main cha Alright...really 3.5 stars. Why? Around 2.75 of those stars goes to the artwork. When I say gorgeous, I mean gorgeous. I mean flawless, I mean wonderfully colored and drawn, and I could marry this artwork. I would MARRY it, that's how much I loved it. My eyes were constantly on a trip to Happy-Land while I was reading this book. The characters were beautiful, the clothes and the objects and places were just...geez, beauty. I love the parts as well, where there's grey and there's only the main character colored in and his slight aura, it was just unique. So...the other .75 is the actual story. >.> I know. I really judged a book by its cover on this one...I mean, it started out fine--the beginning was fine. The whole, "I'm not like those kids who share all their emotions online", I was cool with that. His finding Iris was fine as well, up until well...she started TALKING. No way in ANY world is her just waking up completely naked, taking a shower like it's nothing, teleporting like's nothing, cooking like it's nothing, having a conversation like it's nothing, seeing a tree just grow from the middle of the living room...you get the idea. I did NOT like the second half. I mean, I appreciate the need for a second book immensely, but I feel like at least a TINY bit more should have been given. And the dialogue...oy vey. I don't get why he's so calm...and will his "friend" have any importance later on? I felt like the main character was a bit too anti-social for his own good...maybe that's why he needs Iris? I don't know...but frankly, that's my impression on the first book. I need a second, and soon. Umm, due to the IMMENSE nudity (come on dudes, fan-service has a limit, you don't have to push it to the extreme. We get it--purity and all that jazz--COVER HER UP SOONER), I won't suggest this for younger than 8th grade, and it depends on the reader's individual maturity. I think that it'd be best for high-school. We'll appreciate the art and the storyline a bit better I suppose.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Laureen (Ms. Bibliophile)

    The plot of Makeshift Miracle isn’t a new one. Teenage boy finds naked girl and brings her home. There’s something about this girl, and she needs protection from the boy. Fairly standard opening for a lot of mangas (DearS and Chobits, for example). The art in this graphic novel is very reminiscent of so many mangas I recall reading when I was younger, with the added bonus of the gorgeous watercolour. I initially put this on my kobo, but when I realised that it was coloured I had to read it at the The plot of Makeshift Miracle isn’t a new one. Teenage boy finds naked girl and brings her home. There’s something about this girl, and she needs protection from the boy. Fairly standard opening for a lot of mangas (DearS and Chobits, for example). The art in this graphic novel is very reminiscent of so many mangas I recall reading when I was younger, with the added bonus of the gorgeous watercolour. I initially put this on my kobo, but when I realised that it was coloured I had to read it at the computer instead where I could look at the beautiful artwork in colour. Colby was very easy to identify with, even if I’m the kind of person with the blog and the text messaging. However, Colby suddenly changed his opinion about posting things online and having a blog, which made him come across as an unreliable narrator. Iris’ confusion was endearing, but I wasn’t a fan of so much nudity. I get that the trope is for her to be naked, but I would have appreciated the clothing sooner. I think this was an interesting start, and it posed a lot of questions that will hopefully be answered in the following volumes. The basic premise isn’t original, unfortunately, which made it seem a bit weaker than it could be, but on the other hand, it started to get a bit stronger plot wise near the end of this volume. I was a little shocked at the lack of character information right off the bat, since that is something I am accustomed to seeing in manga, and not knowing one of the character’s names until you’re skimming through the sketchbook isn’t a good sign, especially if the character has been around for more than just a couple pages. *Full disclosure, I received a free copy of this graphic novel from NetGalley.* (Review also available on my blog.)

  15. 5 out of 5

    Paul Decker

    Find this review and more at The AP Book Club ***I received an ecopy of this book from the publishers in exchange for an honest review*** I didn't realize this was an online comic until after doing a little research after I finished reading it. The quality is that of any published graphic novel you would pick up at your local bookseller. The colors have a watercolor feel that fits with the story. This first book in this series is only a beginning. Many questions are left unanswered at the end of Find this review and more at The AP Book Club ***I received an ecopy of this book from the publishers in exchange for an honest review*** I didn't realize this was an online comic until after doing a little research after I finished reading it. The quality is that of any published graphic novel you would pick up at your local bookseller. The colors have a watercolor feel that fits with the story. This first book in this series is only a beginning. Many questions are left unanswered at the end of this volume and I want to know the answers! A teenage boy comes upon a girl who has fallen from the sky and has no memories. Towards the end of this book, an Alice in Wonderland vibe begins to emerge. There's not really enough meat in this first book to say whether I love it or not, but I really like where this series is going. I am going to have to regularly check on the website as new panels are posted. I recommend you check out the website for the comic to check it out! I give this book a 3/5. It really left me wanting more.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Catherine

    From back of book: " A young teen named Colby Reynolds searches for meaning in the world around him after being left on his own for the first time. After an unusual, carefree girl named Iris comes literally crashing into his life, he discovers that she has strange powers and brings magic and menace in her wake! To protect her, Colby must avoid a (sic) enter a realm of dream and imagination, where nothing - not even his own sense of self - is what it first appears to be. The hit online comic is now From back of book: " A young teen named Colby Reynolds searches for meaning in the world around him after being left on his own for the first time. After an unusual, carefree girl named Iris comes literally crashing into his life, he discovers that she has strange powers and brings magic and menace in her wake! To protect her, Colby must avoid a (sic) enter a realm of dream and imagination, where nothing - not even his own sense of self - is what it first appears to be. The hit online comic is now a beautiful graphic novel, perfect for teen readers and manga fans." Okay, there is a typo in that first paragraph, but let's move past it, shall we? Gorgeous art! The watercolour paintings, though achieved on a computer, are beautiful and emotive. Character design is lovely, with easily distinguishable characters. Environments are fully realized. I did discover this comic online and I've followed it for several months. I feel like this volume ends right as we're finally getting to the "meat" of the story, so don't be put off by that.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Margaryta

    The reason I picked this one up is due to the gorgeous cover. The beautiful illustrations carried on throughout the book and gave the whole story a very light, fluffy, and dreamy feeling, something I was really hoping for when I picked the book up. I disagree that there isn't a plot - there is, but 99% of the comic was suspense building up for the reveal that'll hopefully come in the sequel. I can't say the story was anything spectacular or mind blowing, but there was something honest and heartw The reason I picked this one up is due to the gorgeous cover. The beautiful illustrations carried on throughout the book and gave the whole story a very light, fluffy, and dreamy feeling, something I was really hoping for when I picked the book up. I disagree that there isn't a plot - there is, but 99% of the comic was suspense building up for the reveal that'll hopefully come in the sequel. I can't say the story was anything spectacular or mind blowing, but there was something honest and heartwarming about it that makes that part easy to overlook. It's great to read something light but honest once in a while, and this was perfect. The characters were open and lovable, and the story had my attention and interest from beginning to end. And the gorgeous artwork made it easy to forgive the story its faults.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Elia

    Mmmmmm... don't really know what to make of this yet. It's got a lot of potential. The art, which is manga style, is quite nice, with an almost water-color feel to it. I like the fact that only the main characters are actually in color while everyone else is in black and white. The main problem is that this volume doesn't really develop much of the story. It sort of feels like the equivalent of reading only the first two chapters of a regular novel. You're left not quite knowing what just happen Mmmmmm... don't really know what to make of this yet. It's got a lot of potential. The art, which is manga style, is quite nice, with an almost water-color feel to it. I like the fact that only the main characters are actually in color while everyone else is in black and white. The main problem is that this volume doesn't really develop much of the story. It sort of feels like the equivalent of reading only the first two chapters of a regular novel. You're left not quite knowing what just happened or what will happen.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Amy

    The artwork is amazing and was the reason why I picked this book up. Very impressive! The story....meh. It is an interesting concept, but the dialogue needs some serious improvement. Colby's thoughts were great and I had no problem 'hearing' his voice as I looked at the pictures. When he opened his mouth, however, the dialogue was cringe-worthy. But, it took less than 20 minutes to read and I could stare at the pictures all day. If there is more, I don't mind putting up with bad dialogue and medio The artwork is amazing and was the reason why I picked this book up. Very impressive! The story....meh. It is an interesting concept, but the dialogue needs some serious improvement. Colby's thoughts were great and I had no problem 'hearing' his voice as I looked at the pictures. When he opened his mouth, however, the dialogue was cringe-worthy. But, it took less than 20 minutes to read and I could stare at the pictures all day. If there is more, I don't mind putting up with bad dialogue and mediocre plot to get to see more of the art.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Rachel's Book Reviews

    4.5! The art wasn't 100% my style (but hey, art is like...the most subjective thing in the universe.) It ended on somewhat of a cliffhanger, But one gorgeous element was THE COLORIZATION. I'm usually not a huge fan of pastels but the palette here was divine. A+ I'm just starting to actually review my comics/manga instead of just reading for consumer pleasure so maybe I just have no idea what I'm doing reviewing comics/manga. XD Official version to come. 4.5! The art wasn't 100% my style (but hey, art is like...the most subjective thing in the universe.) It ended on somewhat of a cliffhanger, But one gorgeous element was THE COLORIZATION. I'm usually not a huge fan of pastels but the palette here was divine. A+ I'm just starting to actually review my comics/manga instead of just reading for consumer pleasure so maybe I just have no idea what I'm doing reviewing comics/manga. XD Official version to come.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Rachel

    A thoughtful graphic novel, drawn in an incredibly beautiful manga style, and in colour! The colours are a pretty washed-out pastel and are used to great effect, often reflecting on the mood or thoughts of the characters. Colby himself is interesting, as he struggles with a world in which he is at odds, and is thrust into an even more mysterious one. Can't wait for the next one! A thoughtful graphic novel, drawn in an incredibly beautiful manga style, and in colour! The colours are a pretty washed-out pastel and are used to great effect, often reflecting on the mood or thoughts of the characters. Colby himself is interesting, as he struggles with a world in which he is at odds, and is thrust into an even more mysterious one. Can't wait for the next one!

  22. 4 out of 5

    Alory Shannon

    The art is absolutely lovely, as is the use (and lack of) colour. If it's not watercolours, then the artist is *fantastic* with digital effects that makes it look like watercolours. The storyline is a bit strange and awkward-feeling, but it's just getting started, so I'll be reading the next book as well to see what happens. The art is absolutely lovely, as is the use (and lack of) colour. If it's not watercolours, then the artist is *fantastic* with digital effects that makes it look like watercolours. The storyline is a bit strange and awkward-feeling, but it's just getting started, so I'll be reading the next book as well to see what happens.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Jessica

    I think the art was beautifully drawn especially, the boy Colby. I loved his hair it looked really nice. The plot kinda didn't really make sense because in the end Colby was a shard that turned into a human. I thought the story was a bit fast and not long enough. It should have more books. The story should have more depth. Overall the art was nicely drawn. I think the art was beautifully drawn especially, the boy Colby. I loved his hair it looked really nice. The plot kinda didn't really make sense because in the end Colby was a shard that turned into a human. I thought the story was a bit fast and not long enough. It should have more books. The story should have more depth. Overall the art was nicely drawn.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Indaq

    i like the artwork..nice graphic,but nothing new with the plot.. but i do enjoy reading it in the beginning..and i know its hard to ships ur work, to publish a graphic novel it takes time n tremendous of efforts are needed to

  25. 4 out of 5

    Tif

    Jim Zub took inspiration from anime and manga to tell this story, but I guess his inspiration was only surface-level because the end result is extraordinarily generic. Too bad, I like Jim Zub. The only positive compliment I can give this book is that the coloring is excellent.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Louise Bendall

    Beautifully illustrated somewhat familiar story that gets better as it goes and has me awaiting the next in this series.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Stacey

    Meh

  28. 4 out of 5

    Namtarn Chawanrat

    I bought it just because the cover. The illustration is exellent and I think I kinda like the story even though the plot is weak. It's soapy, gotta admit that. I bought it just because the cover. The illustration is exellent and I think I kinda like the story even though the plot is weak. It's soapy, gotta admit that.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Jaine Kang

    3.5 stars. I really enjoyed the artwork. But I didn't feel as if there were a plot. It just seems far too fast-paced, and unexplained. However, the artwork - I really enjoyed the artwork. ^_^ 3.5 stars. I really enjoyed the artwork. But I didn't feel as if there were a plot. It just seems far too fast-paced, and unexplained. However, the artwork - I really enjoyed the artwork. ^_^

  30. 4 out of 5

    Jessica

    I thought it was good, definetly want to see what will happen next!

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