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Fantasy titans Victoria Aveyard and Soman Chainani team up in a two-part graphic novel event! Featuring your favourite characters from 'Red Queen' and 'The School for Good and Evil' series. Fantasy titans Victoria Aveyard and Soman Chainani team up in a two-part graphic novel event! Featuring your favourite characters from 'Red Queen' and 'The School for Good and Evil' series.


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Fantasy titans Victoria Aveyard and Soman Chainani team up in a two-part graphic novel event! Featuring your favourite characters from 'Red Queen' and 'The School for Good and Evil' series. Fantasy titans Victoria Aveyard and Soman Chainani team up in a two-part graphic novel event! Featuring your favourite characters from 'Red Queen' and 'The School for Good and Evil' series.

30 review for Red School

  1. 4 out of 5

    Fer Bañuelos (myownlittlebookshelf)

    Gracias a Dios no tenemos a Tedros sin camisa en este. Buen final, como dijeron los autores en un webinar que vi de ellos, esto es como fan fiction autorizado, entonces para lo que es me gustó. Todo menos cómo está ilustrado, eso debería ser considerado un crimen de odio.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Nicci

    That was a fun, light read 💖

  3. 4 out of 5

    Yeganeh

    Why the hell did i forget to rate this??? Oh yeah becouse i was too busy hating this two part comics that i forgot it. What the hell happend with this characters i liked?? Yep it was awful i prefer not to say anything.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Bethany

    Again, part 2 of the story was fun and wrapped up nicely with explanations involving mythology from both Red Queen and School for Good and Evil. This was generally just a good time and definitely for fans of the series! It's fun to see them in a different context and graphically illustrated. I do think this could have been all in one volume given how short they are, but I appreciate that the second volume was included for preorders of the physical copies! Again, part 2 of the story was fun and wrapped up nicely with explanations involving mythology from both Red Queen and School for Good and Evil. This was generally just a good time and definitely for fans of the series! It's fun to see them in a different context and graphically illustrated. I do think this could have been all in one volume given how short they are, but I appreciate that the second volume was included for preorders of the physical copies!

  5. 4 out of 5

    Sara Cardoso

    this just wasn't it. I didn't even feel like the personalities of the characters matched the real ones of the RQ books...(specially Cal and Maven even if it's before all the crazy shit happened) so ahhhh this was a bit disappointing Anyway I just wanted to see Maven and that part turned out to be not so good as well this just wasn't it. I didn't even feel like the personalities of the characters matched the real ones of the RQ books...(specially Cal and Maven even if it's before all the crazy shit happened) so ahhhh this was a bit disappointing Anyway I just wanted to see Maven and that part turned out to be not so good as well

  6. 5 out of 5

    Sandra Lawerson

    3,5 Volvamos a esta historia que mezcla los mundos de La reina roja, de Victoria Aveyard, y el de La escuela del bien y del mal de Soman Chainani, para seguir, y finalizar, con mi opinión de estas dos novelas gráficas que, a día de hoy, se pueden leer de manera gratuita. Como os dije en la reseña del primer volumen, Red School es una mezcla un tanto extraña. Después de ver que una niebla roja misteriosa está convirtiendo a cualquiera que la inspire en títeres controlados por alguien poderoso que a 3,5 Volvamos a esta historia que mezcla los mundos de La reina roja, de Victoria Aveyard, y el de La escuela del bien y del mal de Soman Chainani, para seguir, y finalizar, con mi opinión de estas dos novelas gráficas que, a día de hoy, se pueden leer de manera gratuita. Como os dije en la reseña del primer volumen, Red School es una mezcla un tanto extraña. Después de ver que una niebla roja misteriosa está convirtiendo a cualquiera que la inspire en títeres controlados por alguien poderoso que aún no sabemos quién es, esta segunda parte comienza justo por donde nos quedamos, en un presente en el que poco a poco empezamos a tener pequeñas pistas que nos irán conduciendo al lugar donde todo empezó para descubrir al auténtico culpable de todo este gran lío. Sin dudarlo, esta continuación es mucho más dinámica y más hecha a la acción que la anterior, ya que servía, principalmente, para poner en contexto a nuestros personajes y presentarnos las relaciones de amistad que existen. Ahora que todo eso se queda atrás, Aveyard y Chainani deciden ir por una trama diferente que, sin dudarlo, sigue dejando un estilo narrativo vertiginoso. Siguiendo con un lenguaje fácil de entender y de seguir, nuestros personajes pronto deberán de sacar a relucir sus mejores armas, ya sea en forma de espada o en forma de esos poderes que, si has leído la saga de La reina roja, sabrás muy bien cómo funcionan. Pronto comienza una serie de escenas que no van a dejar espacio al descanso, viendo que no salimos de una y ya tenemos el pie entero metido en otra situación peliaguda. Con criaturas extrañas por todos lados que no hacen más que complicar el camino que debemos seguir para enfrentarnos a quien esté provocando todo eso, el giro que desvela esa identidad es interesante y te pilla por sorpresa, especialmente cuando se descubre algo más grande que también deja a nuestros personajes con más preguntas que respuestas. Junto a esto, y una vez más, vuelvo a mencionar el estilo de las ilustraciones que, si bien son muy precisas y deja momentos de batallas mágicas por un lado y por otro, escenas bastante épicas, y algunas con un tinte cómico, son ilustraciones que siguen sin gustarme. Es un estilo irregular que no se ve bonito. Los rostros de los personajes se ven deformes en más de una ocasión y es algo que no me convence en absoluto. Pero, dejando eso a un lado, la historia de Red School está claramente hecha para el puro entretenimiento y para probar cómo quedaría ese crossover, una manera de crear algo nada serio por parte de ambos autores. No creo que haya que tomarse esta historia como algo oficial, no la consideraría canon para ninguna de las sagas. Y, por eso, creo que tampoco hace falta haberse leído los libros para comprender lo que está pasando. Pienso que la información que se da es la justa y necesaria para tener una base y saber quién es quién, así que, en resumen, es una novela gráfica para pasar un buen rato y poco más.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Olena Yuriichuk

    ну, такоє... забагато героїв, причому раптом вижилих з попередніх книг. я так не граюсь(

  8. 5 out of 5

    Ayesha

    I enjoyed this one better then the prequel but I think the content was still on the same level.

  9. 5 out of 5

    ✨Veronica Bianca✨

    2,75✨

  10. 4 out of 5

    Alisha Brook

    3.5 stars

  11. 4 out of 5

    Lara Strauss

    the only good part about this book: My poor Maven finally getting a happyish ever after

  12. 4 out of 5

    Alixa

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. This was not the same level as the main series by the authors. The characters seems to be out of their own character. The main reason how the problem arose in this novel and the first part's aren't clear...Just how awful. I love the authors but this just didn't got into me. I just can't grasp the point there. How the heck did the two worlds merge anyway, besides their authors just thought to collab...? The plot's got holes and the illustrations suck. I hate how I feel like the characters are so o This was not the same level as the main series by the authors. The characters seems to be out of their own character. The main reason how the problem arose in this novel and the first part's aren't clear...Just how awful. I love the authors but this just didn't got into me. I just can't grasp the point there. How the heck did the two worlds merge anyway, besides their authors just thought to collab...? The plot's got holes and the illustrations suck. I hate how I feel like the characters are so off...

  13. 4 out of 5

    Tiffany Spencer

    The Red School -2 Plot: Agatha and Tedros tell the ut the Storian (the magical pen that deices the fate of everyone n the Woods) but they can’t exactly get to it because they’re trapped on the roof. They’re arguing how to get off the roof (Agatha, Sophie, and Tedros want to use magic to morph to birds and the Nortans want to use a flying ship) when they’re attacked by a mob of zombies. They make it off the roof and Tedros and Cal try to fight the zombies off, but they end up falling backward into The Red School -2 Plot: Agatha and Tedros tell the ut the Storian (the magical pen that deices the fate of everyone n the Woods) but they can’t exactly get to it because they’re trapped on the roof. They’re arguing how to get off the roof (Agatha, Sophie, and Tedros want to use magic to morph to birds and the Nortans want to use a flying ship) when they’re attacked by a mob of zombies. They make it off the roof and Tedros and Cal try to fight the zombies off, but they end up falling backward into the mob. On the ship, Agatha and Maven (?) argue over going back to get them. Agatha thinks Mare is a silver and calls her cold-blooded, but she shows her that her the dried up blood on her arm is red. Agatha promises to keep her secret. Then they spot an incoming sympth zombie. He hits the ship. They head for the school master’s tower. They crash land into the tower (but make it). They find Maven’s mother controlling the Storian telepathically. But then they see Professor Dovey has been turned and they magic goes flying and knocks her down. They see the Queen getting away, but Dovey has now gotten back up. Cal and Sophie stay behind to take out Dovey. Agatha and Maven corner her on a roof, but she turns Agatha into a zombie and declares her intent to take the school and all it’s power. Agatha turns her magic against Maven and leaves her hanging on the tower. Agatha and the Queen. So Agatha is holding Maven and the Queen is holding her and the Queen is telling her to drop her (her own daughter?). But then magic zaps the Queen and Agatha drops Maven. But I think (Agatha’s magic pulls her back up or either the power of the Storian does). VERY UNCLEAR! Then somehow Rafal appears and Agatha vanishes him with her magic (This graphic novel is a NIGHTMARE to summarize). So now the spell is broken and we find out Rafal’s spirit was possessing the Queen. Rafel planned to use the Queen’s blood and since she wasn’t from the Woods, he saw this as an opportunity. he guided the two worlds together. The School Master tells everyone to prepare for Raphel’s return. Mare and Agatha talk and each say they want to make it out of their stories and each tells the other she thinks she will. They agree to be friends. My Thoughts: Very CONFUSING! 1) Sometimes the drawings didn’t give me a very clear idea what was happening in the scene 2) The names Mare and Maven tended to be so interchangeable that I didn’t know if it was the same person or two separate people (Still don’t). Maybe after I read the series that I’m not familiar with. It was definitely harder to follow this one because for example I wondered what’s the difference between having red blood and silver blood? Why is Mare hiding the fact that she has red blood? I also wondered what timeline this was? And why does the School Master look like he has a mask on? It wasn’t that it was bad it just felt too short and too much of a leap from what I read in the School of Good and Evil. Rating: 5

  14. 4 out of 5

    Jill Jemmett

    The characters from Red Queen and the School for Good and Evil are still fighting a plague at the school. Mare, Maven, Cal, Agatha, Sophie, and Tedros must find a way to get to the School Master’s Tower and get the magical Storian pen to stop the virus that is infecting everyone at the school. This was a great conclusion to the Red School graphic novels. There were some more cameos of characters from the novels that appeared at the heart of the problem. I would recommend reading at least the firs The characters from Red Queen and the School for Good and Evil are still fighting a plague at the school. Mare, Maven, Cal, Agatha, Sophie, and Tedros must find a way to get to the School Master’s Tower and get the magical Storian pen to stop the virus that is infecting everyone at the school. This was a great conclusion to the Red School graphic novels. There were some more cameos of characters from the novels that appeared at the heart of the problem. I would recommend reading at least the first book of the Red Queen series and The School for Good and Evil series before reading this one because the action begins right away without much of an introduction to the characters. These comics were such a fun collaboration. It was exciting to see characters from two great series come together in this short adventure. I hope there are more collaborations between these characters or other series in the future.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Amy

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. OMG THAT WAS EPIC!!! I LOVE IT!!! They work together to find the source of the red poison, they try to go to the school masters tower, but are attacked bty the zombies!!! they run to the ship, but cal is grabbed and Tedros cuts the lader and FALLS!!! OMG THEY TURNED INTO ZOMBIES TOO!!! next they find the QUEEN in the tower and is possessed by a demon!!! Maven and Sophie fight professor Dovey who is possessed too!!! Mare and Agatha fight the queen, but agatha is being mind controlled and fights M OMG THAT WAS EPIC!!! I LOVE IT!!! They work together to find the source of the red poison, they try to go to the school masters tower, but are attacked bty the zombies!!! they run to the ship, but cal is grabbed and Tedros cuts the lader and FALLS!!! OMG THEY TURNED INTO ZOMBIES TOO!!! next they find the QUEEN in the tower and is possessed by a demon!!! Maven and Sophie fight professor Dovey who is possessed too!!! Mare and Agatha fight the queen, but agatha is being mind controlled and fights Mare, SHE'S GOING TO FALL OFF THE TOWER!!! Agatha tries to fight it, but the queen is to strong and Mare shoots lightning and the queen and mare both FALL!!! The storion fell from the queen's hand and Mare grabbed it!!! The demon was Rafal!!! He flees and everyone is back to normal!!! They are safe again and have build a friendship forever LOVE

  16. 5 out of 5

    Verónica

    Este fue peor que el anterior porque si bien fue igual de malo, ya no tenía lo interesante o llamémosle "novedoso" del otro. Aburrido y no pasó absolutamente nada, solo huyeron de zombies y persiguieron una lapicera mágica (creo que esto y Marian mirándola de nuevo es una señal para remirar OUAT). Este fue peor que el anterior porque si bien fue igual de malo, ya no tenía lo interesante o llamémosle "novedoso" del otro. Aburrido y no pasó absolutamente nada, solo huyeron de zombies y persiguieron una lapicera mágica (creo que esto y Marian mirándola de nuevo es una señal para remirar OUAT).

  17. 4 out of 5

    Nicki White

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. It really just isn’t that good. Also note that unless you’ve read both series that Red School combines you’ll have no idea who the characters are. In this case I didn’t know half of them. The only good thing is that Maven (Red Queen) finally gets a semblance of a happily ever after.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Laurie

    My opinions are the same as the first one. This one I enjoyed a bit more. I like the dynamic between Mare and Agatha. Honestly, I loved this random little tangent from both series and I am slightly more inclined to pick up the new SFGAE trilogy.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Ella

    I SERIOUSLY LOVE THIS TOO MUCH

  20. 5 out of 5

    Viki Kiwi

    Je hezké vidět, jak si autoři představují své postavy a světy. Jinak meh. Avšak za tu bonusovost celých 3.5 hvězdiček.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Worya

    I cant find

  22. 4 out of 5

    Cindy

    Just like Part 1, this was a really cute read; it might have started an interest in graphic novels in me oops lol

  23. 4 out of 5

    aLe

    3.5 It was childish but good

  24. 5 out of 5

    Ruth Job Salamanca

    I definitely enjoyed this one. However, I wish it could have been longer 🥺 I think I would love more interaction between these two worlds in the future ❤️

  25. 5 out of 5

    Rae

    A bit corny at parts but overall this volume flowed much better for me than the first volume.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Samira♥

    this was a nice graphic novel duology! the illustrations were beautiful and the story took an interesting turn in this volume.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Faith Nelson

    Again, loved this world cross. The quick friendship between Mare and Agatha was sweet. 4 stars.

  28. 4 out of 5

    RΛE ZΞR

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Better than the first.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Nikita

    Red School a two part graphic novel crossover of Red Queen and The School for Good & Evil book series is exciting, fun and delightful. I really enjoyed it. It was fun to see these characters clash and befriend each other. I am mostly a fan of Chainani more than Aveyard but it was still fun to read. I do recommend that you read at least the first book of the two series to understand both the worlds and characters before you read this crossover. I actually hope to see more like this in the future Red School a two part graphic novel crossover of Red Queen and The School for Good & Evil book series is exciting, fun and delightful. I really enjoyed it. It was fun to see these characters clash and befriend each other. I am mostly a fan of Chainani more than Aveyard but it was still fun to read. I do recommend that you read at least the first book of the two series to understand both the worlds and characters before you read this crossover. I actually hope to see more like this in the future or wonder if this was a one time special treat for us fans.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Erica Nicole

    I let the fact that there were inaccurate visualizations/drawings (eg: Maven's eye colour) in part I slide because I thought perhaps this is due to coordination issues or it's just a mistake. But the problem peristed in part II, which I believe isn't mere chance. So that aspect of the book is rather disappointing since I'm sure there was time to revise/repair the appearance of the characters to match canon. Well this is technically canon but, you know what I mean. There were also grammatical err I let the fact that there were inaccurate visualizations/drawings (eg: Maven's eye colour) in part I slide because I thought perhaps this is due to coordination issues or it's just a mistake. But the problem peristed in part II, which I believe isn't mere chance. So that aspect of the book is rather disappointing since I'm sure there was time to revise/repair the appearance of the characters to match canon. Well this is technically canon but, you know what I mean. There were also grammatical errors in this book and I'm wondering if the authors REALLY had the chance to actually edit this. I know for a fact that Chainini's got a book coming out and the smae is true with Aveyard's Realm Breaker which will be out 21st May. That may have contributed to the errors in their collab graphic novel. What bothered me most of all is how OOC (out of character) a few persona's were. For instance, I don't think Red Queen Maven would've demonstrated such action which he showed us in page 40. Lastly, the plot is alright but underdeveloped and rather...cliché. In my opinion. It just turned out the way I expected it to, like a disney oneshot or the likes. The collab craft is admittedly short too and I think we (the fans) expected a bit more but overall the book has the potential to become far greater than it currently is.

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