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In the GRAPHIC NOVEL #1 the five friends discover their destinies and the power of their friendship in 128 pages of original 4-color comics.


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In the GRAPHIC NOVEL #1 the five friends discover their destinies and the power of their friendship in 128 pages of original 4-color comics.

30 review for The Power of Friendship

  1. 5 out of 5

    Sami

    Growing up I used to collect the W.I.T.C.H magazines which each came with a comic section. I've loved this comic for so long and finding out they put all of the comics together into books made me so happy! I adore this story and reading it like this made the story even better. I can't wait to read the rest of them.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Selena

    When this was on TV, I loyally watched the heck out of this show. I might not remember too many of the details anymore from the show, but I remember enjoying it. I have to say, I think I liked this even more than the TV series. There's just so much MORE to this comic. They have more powers than simple elemental magic. They have so much more personality than I remember. The art and story are so much quirkier than I remember. For those who have no idea what I'm talking about, W.I.T.C.H. is the story When this was on TV, I loyally watched the heck out of this show. I might not remember too many of the details anymore from the show, but I remember enjoying it. I have to say, I think I liked this even more than the TV series. There's just so much MORE to this comic. They have more powers than simple elemental magic. They have so much more personality than I remember. The art and story are so much quirkier than I remember. For those who have no idea what I'm talking about, W.I.T.C.H. is the story of five friends who turn into magical guardians to save their town. They also have to learn the right and wrong way to use their new-found magical abilities (for example, a good way would be to kick monster butt, while a bad way would be to turn people into frogs). Essentially, a Sailor Moon mashed together with some Sabrina the Teenaged Witch animated series hijinks. If you can find this gem of a comic, definitely pick it up. It's so much fun.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Olgaod96

    The power of friendship is about 6 friends finding each other, and discovering their talents, but one of the 6 friends betrays the other 5. It is at this time that Will, Irma, Taranee, Cornelia, and Hay Lin discover that they are witches. They come up with a nickname, W.I.T.C.H. because it has the first letter of their names, and they've just noticed that they have strange powers. Will has the gift of talking to electronics, Irma has the gift of water, Taranee has the gift of fire, Cornelia has The power of friendship is about 6 friends finding each other, and discovering their talents, but one of the 6 friends betrays the other 5. It is at this time that Will, Irma, Taranee, Cornelia, and Hay Lin discover that they are witches. They come up with a nickname, W.I.T.C.H. because it has the first letter of their names, and they've just noticed that they have strange powers. Will has the gift of talking to electronics, Irma has the gift of water, Taranee has the gift of fire, Cornelia has the gift of earth, and Hay Lin has the gift of air. Together they battle many obstacles, such as the 12 portals, places where the vail, the "wall" that protects the good side against the evil side, opens up and the W.I.T.C.H. girls have to close it back up. They meet 'Snake Man' and the 'Blue Gorilla' and they have to fight them. I liked this book because there was a lot of action. It tells the story of how friends can come together to help each other battle obstacles. Even though I don't really read as much fantasy books, I really liked it. It was one of those fantasy books that you just can get your hands off of! I would recommend it to anyone who likes the W.I.T.C.H. series or just likes a good story.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Rebecca McNutt

    This is a book for young adults featuring five girls who have powers based on different elements of the world (oddly it has nothing to do with actual witches). The art was far out, really fantastic and well-drawn, and the story was pretty good, too.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Sunny Lu

    dude i remember GOBBLING this series up when i was like 11 years old or so. this series is one of the reasons why i got so into graphic novels. even though I'm really fuzzy on the plots and my memories of these books, i really want to reread it because i remember LOVING the characters and the art and the magic. I'm going to try to find the TV series too lol i just want to reread it all so badly now!!

  6. 5 out of 5

    Shaeistoocool Thomas-Paquin

    The charecters were idealistic, stupid, and hard to follow. They used their magic to make themselves pretty and i thought the plot and art were mind numbingly bland.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Awkward Book Nook

    It hit me right in the childhood! It's cute, positive, and full of magic and friendship. With good pacing and nice art, what's not to love?

  8. 5 out of 5

    Erika

    This was a wonderful blast from the past. I remember watching and loving the show when I was younger and I really appreciate the diversity in this series!!

  9. 5 out of 5

    Ana

    3.5*

  10. 5 out of 5

    Artemis

    A small graphic novel that brings me back to my school days of collecting 'W.I.T.C.H.' chapter books. The series is about five ordinary thirteen-year-old girls who are chosen by forces in Candracar, a majestic temple in the center of the universe, to become the fairy-like Guardians of the Veil. They possess Captain Planet powers. It is as fun and full of heart and emotional investment as I remember it. The characters are likable, the fantasy elements are creative and endearing, the mystery is dec A small graphic novel that brings me back to my school days of collecting 'W.I.T.C.H.' chapter books. The series is about five ordinary thirteen-year-old girls who are chosen by forces in Candracar, a majestic temple in the center of the universe, to become the fairy-like Guardians of the Veil. They possess Captain Planet powers. It is as fun and full of heart and emotional investment as I remember it. The characters are likable, the fantasy elements are creative and endearing, the mystery is decent, the plot twists are well-executed, the artwork is nice for what it is, and for 'The Power of Friendship', a prelude to something much bigger to come, the development for each of our leads is slow but understated and important. Will, the heart/energy Guardian, is insecure (about her body and moving into a new town), but her bravery shines through for her new friends and little creatures even before she becomes the team leader (her mum is also wonderful here). Irma, the water Guardian, is funny, selfish, spontaneous, hides nothing about herself, and acts as any teen girl would when receiving magical powers - she cheats in school and gets dates with guys. Taranee, the fire Guardian, is like Will (she was also a recent new girl at school), only shier and less independent, and a nerd with growing courage. Cornelia, the earth Guardian, is the blonde popular girl, the most mature of the group - she is a smart, stubborn, temperamental, hard-as-nails realist who will nevertheless go to great lengths to help her friends. And Hay Lin, the air Guardian, is a loving, joyful, optimistic free-spirit - a geek girl into comics and science fiction, rather fickle and unpredictable but a fantastic friend and family girl. All of these youths going through puberty (their bodies change to look older when they transform into Guardians, a symbol of their growing up) have their own gifts, hobbies, quirks and fashion trends. You cannot say just one thing about their personalities; there is always so much more to them. What links this funny little group is their loyalty, support and care for each other - in their normal lives, and in fighting otherworldly monsters and saving the universe. No aspect of their lives is easy. Indeed 'W.I.T.C.H.' can be scary for a children's comic sometimes. But these friends can overcome anything when they face them together, as corny as that sounds. For that is what 'W.I.T.C.H.' is about: Friendship. Companionship. Bouncing off of one another. It is something that has appealed to me about any Magical Girl product since I fell in love with 'Sailor Moon' as a child. With all the silliness and plot holes, 'W.I.T.C.H.' kept its message about girl power, for young girls like me at the time. It is cute and serious and sad all at once. Friendship is magic - thanks to 'W.I.T.C.H.' I knew that before the phrase became more universally renowned. Final Score: 4/5

  11. 5 out of 5

    Saily

    Does anyone remember that really awesome TV show about five teenage girls with awesome elemental powers who were guardians of the veil on Jetix TV? Back when Toon Disney still existed? (Excuse me as I begin to reminisce the good old days of the good old Disney cartoon afternoons). Well, I remember W.I.T.C.H. and it remains to be one of my favorite cartoons growing up although I didn’t watch it as much because it was never on television, sadly. I do however, remember it fondly and I’ve been meani Does anyone remember that really awesome TV show about five teenage girls with awesome elemental powers who were guardians of the veil on Jetix TV? Back when Toon Disney still existed? (Excuse me as I begin to reminisce the good old days of the good old Disney cartoon afternoons). Well, I remember W.I.T.C.H. and it remains to be one of my favorite cartoons growing up although I didn’t watch it as much because it was never on television, sadly. I do however, remember it fondly and I’ve been meaning to watch it again. Anyways, the show is based on Italian graphic novels of the same name written by Elisabetta Gnone, Alessandro Barbucci, and Barbara Canepa. And thankfully, my library had the translated version of them so I obviously had to check them out. The first thing I realized was how young these characters are. Lately, I’ve been reading a lot about older characters whose problems tend to be much darker and mature by comparison. I was surprised by how much I was missing a fun light story without any crude humor. I think enjoyed reading this novel so much because I needed a break from adult-ish related themes. Yes, their problems seem cliché, like starting a new school or boy trouble, but that’s precisely what I needed. The characters are so much fun, each of the girls has their own distinct personality. It’s clear to see that Taranee is a worry-wart, Irma is just full of sarcasm and spunk, and Hay Lin is a beautiful airbending Hufflepuff. It’s wonderful and fun to see them interact with each other and their messy teenage lives. So far, Irma is my favorite. If you watched the TV adaptation of the novels, and you’re worried it will be like reading the same thing as the show, don’t be. The graphic novels seem to their own differences from the show. (I would mention them, but spoilers!) They also have more storylines that the show didn’t cover because of it was so short lived. (Only two seasons, they deserved more!) Another thing I loved, was the art. It’s beautiful and plays with the lighter themes of teenage girlhood. But I think it’s because it has pretty glossy paper. Anyways, I will be reading the rest of the novels. And yes I’m pretty sure this is a biased review for the sole reason that it reminds me of my childhood.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Cheyenne

    Background W.I.T.C.H. originally a comic series came to America in the form of the cartoon, which was followed by chapter books and a graphic novel series of seven. Each graphic novel contains two issues of the original comics and a mini poster. This issue contains Halloween and The Twelve Portals. Series The series tells the story of five teenage girls who are chosen to be the new Guardians of Kandrakar, protectors of the center of the universe from people and creatures who wish to cause harm to i Background W.I.T.C.H. originally a comic series came to America in the form of the cartoon, which was followed by chapter books and a graphic novel series of seven. Each graphic novel contains two issues of the original comics and a mini poster. This issue contains Halloween and The Twelve Portals. Series The series tells the story of five teenage girls who are chosen to be the new Guardians of Kandrakar, protectors of the center of the universe from people and creatures who wish to cause harm to it. For this purpose, powers over the five elements have been given to them. The new guardians are Will, Irma, Taranee, Cornelia and Hay Lin, whose initials form the title acronym "W.I.T.C.H.". The Power of Friendship It starts off with six friends. As five of them learn their destiny and powers, Will the Guardian of Energy and Keeper of the Heart making her the leader, Irma the Guardian of Water, Taranee the Guardian of Fire, Cornelia the Guardian of Earth, and Hay Lin the Guardian of Air, Elyon finds out she's really an alien princess, her bother being the prince and villain,so she betrays W.I.T.C.H. thinking they're the bad guys. The graphics are done really well and looks similar to the cartoon. Even though I never got into the books I did enjoy the graphic novel.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Holly Letson

    Meet Will. She's a normal student with 5 normal friends. And, everything in her life seems normal, till she finds out that she is one of The Guardians of the Veil, and that she must use The Heart of Candracar to protect her world against invaders who would like nothing more than to destroy both her world and Candracar both. Each friend ends up having a power of her own. Irma's is water-based. Taranee's is fire-based. Cornelia's is Earth-based. Hay Lin's is air-based. We are never told what elem Meet Will. She's a normal student with 5 normal friends. And, everything in her life seems normal, till she finds out that she is one of The Guardians of the Veil, and that she must use The Heart of Candracar to protect her world against invaders who would like nothing more than to destroy both her world and Candracar both. Each friend ends up having a power of her own. Irma's is water-based. Taranee's is fire-based. Cornelia's is Earth-based. Hay Lin's is air-based. We are never told what element that Will's is based upon, but I believe that she uses attacks based on spirit or heart. Their so-called friend, Elyon, turns their back on them, and more than once leads them into trouble. Who needs enemies with friends like her?!? ---------------------- Nothing about this graphic novel really sticks out as amazing, but it is fun and flows along well. And, if you love magical girl stories as much as I do, you will really love that aspect of the story. Another great plus is that the entire GN is in full-color. I checked this out from the Decatur Public Library, since I already own(ed) Vol.2 of the series. It's an alright series, but not one I will really worry about continuing after these 2 volumes. If you like this series, I recommend you read the "WinX Club" series, which you will probably love.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Kimberly Hansen

    I really enjoyed this book. The plot is somewhat complex and goes onto make five total books in this graphic novel series. The names of the people and towns can be somewhat complex but the illustrations are fun and full of details and colors. I really enjoyed reading this novel. It was about a different world needing guardians and the newly chosen Guardians were humans from earth, and they all were chosen to have different rolls and powers. This book is a joy to read, can't wait to read the next I really enjoyed this book. The plot is somewhat complex and goes onto make five total books in this graphic novel series. The names of the people and towns can be somewhat complex but the illustrations are fun and full of details and colors. I really enjoyed reading this novel. It was about a different world needing guardians and the newly chosen Guardians were humans from earth, and they all were chosen to have different rolls and powers. This book is a joy to read, can't wait to read the next book in the series.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Aisha

    I've just been watching the show for a long time. Now I finally have the book though! So happy about it too! Was surprised on how different the series is too the show, just even the start of it. Took me a second to get used to the drawings but it's a nice story. Oh, and Cedric's snake form looks a lot better in the comic. Totally important. Okay, maybe only if you're a CedricxCornelia shipper. Really looking forward to getting my hands on the next one! Wish it had been longer...

  16. 5 out of 5

    Jayda

    I can't believe i actually waited all this time to add this book. I read this in like 3rd grade and it still catches my interest years later. I know we all have tk remember the tv show which was totally kool and going back to the graphic novels was an even better memory for me, this was an intriguing read with pretty interesting characters too.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Jessica

    This is by all means a bias rating. I've read the first 2 or 3 novels when I was in 7th or 8th grade, around nine years ago. I enjoyed the first few novels of the series, and so decided to give in to nostalgia. I'll just get to the point if you're a pre-teen or teenager I recommend this graphic novel, and the series. Enjoy (sorry for the sloppy review).

  18. 5 out of 5

    Starbubbles

    for what it was, it was fine. i can see why the tv show really didn't take off. in comic land, it was an on par storyline, artistic style, and coloring. plus, it was actually in color. that was honestly it's selling point for me, and the fact i got it for 70 cents. if you liked the show, then you'll like the book too.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Holly M.

    I only gave this book a double-star because it was really confusing to follow. It didn't make any sense. The book jumped around from place to place. It started out at school, then, it went to somebodies house, then, back at school. Then all of the sudden, it was at a dance.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Joeytay11

    I read this book while i am on my way to AUSTRALIA~~ THIS book is only suitable to WITCH fans and comic lovers! This book is mostly about WITCH(of course!) and the story is in comic form.. TRY THIS ITS NICE!!

  21. 4 out of 5

    Sella Malin

    I used to like these series. Now, I don't think they're so good anymore. I got up to number 12 or something like that, and they've gone up to #26 or something... and they're still coming out!! I'm not really interested into them anymore, but I used to be.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Lauren

    I loved this series! All of the different girls had their own individual personalities that made the series more enjoyable to read. Also, of course the cool magical powers was a plus. I loved the character relationships and adventures the girls got themselves into.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Claire

    lOVE IT SOOO MUCH. WISH I COULD FIND SOME COPIES FOR SALE THAT DIDN'T COST SO MUCH

  24. 4 out of 5

    Malary

    how friends are bond together.1

  25. 5 out of 5

    Mikayla Basham

    i loved it!!!!!

  26. 4 out of 5

    Kellie

    *re-read* aw I enjoyed this the second time through!

  27. 4 out of 5

    Yoru || ~Cyanide Latte~

    [REVIEW TO COME LATER UPON RE-READ.]

  28. 4 out of 5

    Sara Hussein

    لول أول كوميك و كدا كانت عسلة خالص :)

  29. 4 out of 5

    Megan Lengel

    Will, Taranee, Irma, Cornelia, Hay Lin In GRAPHIC NOVEL #1 the five friends discover their destinies and the power of their friendship in 128 pages of original 4-color comics.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Kelley.R

    I love the witch cronicles. I like how the first letter of there first names spell witch. Also I like how they have powers

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