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What time is it? Adventure Time™! Explore the magical world of Ooo with Jake the Dog and Finn the Human, along with the Ice King, Princess. The Adventure Time Encyclopaedia (Encyclopedia) and millions of other books are available for Amazon Kindle. Explore the magical world of Ooo with Jake the Dog and Finn the Human, along with the Ice King, Princess Bubblegum, Marceline the Vampire Queen, and all your favorite. Compre o livro The Adventure Time Encyclopaedia: Inhabitants, Lore, Spells, and Ancient Crypt Warnings of the Land of Ooo Circa B.G.E. - A.G.E. na.


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Detalhes do produto Capa dura: He lives in Los Angeles. Compartilhe seus pensamentos com outros clientes. Tente novamente mais tarde. Capa dura Compra verificada. A perfect book for the fans of Adventure Time. Full of nice images and information. I just loved it!

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Superou as expectativas. Destaque pros comentarios da Marceline, do Finn e do Jake.

This book is great, but the execution is a bit strange. Instead of being a straightforward encyclopedia of the Adventure Time universe, it was written from the perspective of Marceline's dad Hunson Abadeer So all he does is make fun of the characters throughout the whole book and talk about how he'll enslave, murder, or soulsuck them. It's really creative, fun, and beautifully illustrated, but it might upset some younger kids who won't get the joke.

I stopped reading it to my toddler who loves the series, because it confused her that it was so mean to characters she liked. Now she just enjoys looking at the artwork. But for an older kid or adult fan that loves Adventure Time I think it's great and carries on the offbeat nature of the show. Written from the perspective of Hunson Abadeer, a minor character on the show Adventure Time, this book is a fun look at the world of Adventure Time through his eyes.

The majority of the work centers around enumerating the major and minor characters of the Adventure Time show universe and giving general information about them as related through the episodes themselves. As an adult fan of Adventure Time, I was very pleased with the book and found it suitable to give to a friend's 10 year old son, who really enjoyed the book as well he is a fan of the show.

There is also one page that features a "plea" to remove the a character from the page in which he has been trapped. All in all, however, there is nothing particularly genuinely offensive in the book and as long as you stick with 10 and above, the content should be fine for most readers. And he himself has compiled this unusually interesting book about all the people and places you know from the "Adventure Time" series on Cartoon Network.

In this book, you'll find interesting biographies of a wide number of characters as well as a few things you may not know about them, too. Other things include special trading cards drawn by Ice King, an instruction manual for BMO, and intricate travel guides of all the places in the enchanted Land of Ooo among other bizarre stuff.

And throughout these pages, you'll find notes and other scribbles courtesy of Finn, Jake, and Marceline, too, which make an interesting commentary of sorts. But don't get me wrong on this, but it seems that the Lord of All Evil knows a lot about things and beyond and makes him feel much smarter than you, too.

Well, some facts are more revealing than others and you'd be better off not knowing some anyway. But, either way, I hope you can find more surprising secrets as long as you keep watching this phenomenal series on Cartoon Network. I absolutely love this book, the lore is incredible.

The pictures are so bright and so vivid. It has everything that you could ever want to know about Adventure Time, you really won't find another Adventure Time book as informative and fun to read as this.

Nov 22, Damian Dubois rated it liked it Shelves: For some reason I pictured Finn's hair when reading scenes involving the Fool in Assassin's Apprentice. Yes, I'm obviously bonkers And also this: Absurdly blond and absurdly long.

When he removes his hat with a flourish, his gender becomes an impenetrable mystery I mean, the show is absurd in a f For some reason I pictured Finn's hair when reading scenes involving the Fool in Assassin's Apprentice.

I mean, the show is absurd in a fantastic way of course but this book was a little too absurd overall. But, since it is Christmas and and I am in a cheerful Christmassy frame of mind I'll round up my two and a half stars to three and leave you with a few random images of my daughter's favourite characters and pics from the book. View all 3 comments. Jan 03, Jack rated it it was amazing. This book, as mentioned in my review of adventure time comics 1, is my favorite adventure time book yet.

As well as being awesome and funny, it is a great source of adventure time knowledge, for people who want to learn about the mystical land of Ooo. View 1 comment. Feb 27, Joost rated it it was amazing Shelves: Mijn recensie kan je hier lezen: Jan 09, Chris rated it it was ok. I like the Adventure Time cartoon; it's good natured, funny and well written with plenty to make adults laugh as well as kids. To start with the positive the book is very nice to look at, the artwork is impressive and the layout is fun.

If you are a fan of the series though you may be disappointed overall. My main beef is the lack of detail. The writers decided to have the book 'written' by one of the characters. I feel this was a poor choice because, where I was hoping to find alot of background I like the Adventure Time cartoon; it's good natured, funny and well written with plenty to make adults laugh as well as kids.

I feel this was a poor choice because, where I was hoping to find alot of background info to the characters all I found were fairly short, largely nondescript and asinine entries in the 'character' of Hunson Abadeer which may have been funny in places but quickly become tiresome. Many of the characters were left out completely. It felt a bit like the book was churned out in a hurry with little or no real creative thought going into it just to make a quick buck which is a pity View 2 comments. Aug 01, Steven Robles rated it it was amazing.

Not being THAT familiar with the show, I still managed to understand and enjoy the snide commentary and whimsical, fantastic art to be found throughout this book. I hope that parents buy this book for their kids and then read it to them in a terrifying manner every night. Aug 03, Drown Hollum rated it really liked it Shelves: This book is witty, weird, fun and very self-aware.

It's a great read for any Adventure Time fan. There's no new information in here, but it's a lot of fun to glide through. Reading everything from Hunson Abadeer's perspective with margin notes from Marceline, Finn, and Jake adds a great deal of color to an already nifty book.

Aug 19, Christina Imbro rated it it was amazing. I love everything about this book oh my god. Dec 01, Shawna rated it really liked it. Entertaining, as Adventure Time usually is. Hunson Abadeer Martin Olson is the greatest. Jan 11, Jasper rated it really liked it Shelves: One of the more popular teen tv show currently has to Adventure Time on Cartoon Network. The show originally aired back in but has been steadily ongoing and airing regularly.

Adventure Time has been nominated for many awards for both the TV show as well as the comic book spin-off. The Adventure Time Encyclopaedia aims to explain, address and unearth a few subjects of this popular TV; from the character cast down to the world itse originally posted at: The Adventure Time Encyclopaedia aims to explain, address and unearth a few subjects of this popular TV; from the character cast down to the world itself.

The encyclopaedia is written by the nefarious Lord of Evil himself, Hunson Abadeer. It's totally not the boring run of the mill encyclopaedia, more on the contrary it falls directly in the lines of the great humor of Adventure Time itself, though i have to mention that some of the jokes and puns used are aimed at a more adulterated audience. In Adventure Time you follow the adventures of Finn the Human and his friend Jake the dog, who has quite a few magical abilities up his paws.

I have watched several episodes myself and they have all put a large smile on my face, I like how this TV series is different that many others, the animations are great and the storyboards show a lot of diversity and adventure to be explored! Finn and Jake all have their adventures in the magical Land of Ooo, a post apocalytic version of Earth now this might sound dark and grim but it's more on the contrary, the land is divided into many different parts like: In the adventures that Finn and Jake undertake they meet a lot of different inhabitants of the Land of Ooo: Lets move onto the encyclopaedia!

So what's in it? The encyclopaedia is divided into five different parts: Book I: Forbidden Chapters in the Encyclopaedia of Ooo. Each of their backgrounds and their quirky traits are explained in a humurous way and with each character gets you get to learn 10 supposed rumors about them. All written in a funny way. The second part of the book shows the A-Z of the Oooians and here you get to see both some major and minor players of the Land of Ooo, who they are and what they are. The third book shows the geography of the Land of Ooo as told by Princess Bubblegum and maybe even more importantly, a detailed travel guide!

Here you get briefly introduced to some little quick facts about each of these magical kingdoms, who is the ruler and what you can find. Besides the travel guide, Marceline the Vampire Queen adds her own thoughts on several iconic places in the Land of Ooo, mostly the dark damp and evil places! The fourth book is just a small one and shows the Lost Texts of Ooo and tells you how for example to kiss a princess that it's quite different from you mother or grandmother, how to avoid traps and pitfalls and some more spells and secrets of the Land of Ooo.

And it wouldn't be the same without Hunson Abadeer promoting his owns spells and curses, really a deal to die for The fifth and final book should only be read with extreme caution! As it is highly possible that you will die after reading it What I have mentioned above is purely the content but where the books picks up a nice pacing is with the way that Martin Olson has written the story and mainly by the perspective of The Lord of Evil himself, Hunson Abadeer, this point of view, added a nice rind to it.

You can clearly make out that Hunson Abadeer dispises every inhabitant of the Land of Ooo with the exception of his daughter of course, showing the store from his side must speak to a lot of teenagers as it is something totally refreshing.

I did find the encyclopaedia to have just the perfect length, it could have happened that if the story would have gone on much longer that the narration would fall into a repetitive mode but for me this wasn't the case, and besides this the encyclopaedia offers a lot of diveristy also letting other inhabitants speak like the guides etc. And some parts that really made me laugh were the comments in the sidelines by Finn, Jake and Marceline.

The Adventure Time Encyclopaedia is a very funny and humorous addition to the Adventure Time franchise. I wasn't that familiar with a lot of the details that featured in the TV shows, I watch is sporadically so for me this was a valuable read in terms of learning more about this magical kingdom and about the characters themselves.

It's all shown in full color and plenty of witty and smart banter. It's a recommendation for every Adventure Time fan!

Aug 11, shar zar rated it it was amazing. Jul 22, Yesenia rated it really liked it.

This is a great little book written from Abadeer's perspective on the Land of Ooo and its many inhabitants, with margin comments by Marceline, Finn, and Jake. It should be noted however, that there is no "new" information in this book. Perhaps to some who haven't seen all the episodes or are just starting to get into the show , some sections may certainly help clear things up, but for the most part this is a book made to accompany the existing canon in a more streamlined fashion rather than giv This is a great little book written from Abadeer's perspective on the Land of Ooo and its many inhabitants, with margin comments by Marceline, Finn, and Jake.

Perhaps to some who haven't seen all the episodes or are just starting to get into the show , some sections may certainly help clear things up, but for the most part this is a book made to accompany the existing canon in a more streamlined fashion rather than give insight into unknown aspects of the Land of Ooo. The book's sections are as follows: Granted, I understand that not every single character can be included, but I can't really make a case for every character that was included in the book either.

Off the top of my head, here are a few notable characters missing from the A-to-Z mini bios: First in Finn's bio pages when she's described as his "rebound fixation," and second in PB's guide to the Fire Kingdom when she's described as the Flame King's "very hip teenage daughter. Nothing else about her. In short, I still very much enjoyed Abadeer's humor in this book and, while I don't really understand how some characters were included over others, I would recommend this as a gift to anyone who enjoys Adventure Time, provided they understand that they won't really receive any "behind the scenes info," as one reviewer has criticized.

Read the book description before you decided whether you would like to purchase the book; it'll save you a world of imagined disappointment. Dec 25, Charles rated it liked it Shelves: So I rather devour all the tie-in media available like a good capitalist drone and I have to say that most of it is very high quality. So when I saw this, done by the voice behind Hunson Abadeer, I had to have it.

And it's definitely a cute book. The introductions are probably the best parts of it, but for those who like Adventure Time the entries into the encyclopedia portion are rather neat, if not offering an awful lot of newness. There are a few more flourishes that make the book worth getting, the bit of Ice King fanfiction and other extras. I was a little disappointed, though, at thte lack of depth in the book.

Obviously it covers a lot of ground, but it's just sort of an overview, very brief, and there's not an awful lot of story to it.

Not that it's really supposed to be a lot of story. It is, after all, an encyclopedia. But that aspect of the book just falls a little short for me. I mean, I like that it's all done in character as Hunson, but at the same time that sort of becomes a little much, given that Hunson isn't particularly the deepest of characters.

The jokes are fairly disturbing and fun. I like the bit about dreaming about LSP, but at the same time I wish there was a little more of that dialogue between Hunson, Marceline, Finn, and Jake that the beginning of the book promised. Maybe that was viewed as too distracting, but I wanted a bit more marginalia, a bit more little easter eggs to go along with the entries on the various personalities and locations of Ooo. I do like the voice overall, though, and I think the extras are worth checking out.

Indeed, the extras are the star of the show. I loved the bit from the Ice King, a peak into his rather messed-up mind and highlighting how he uses fanfiction to try and bridge his loneliness.

I also like that the book does not hold back the spoilers. It does go in depth a bit into some of the characters. For Ice King it means explaining his backstory. It also does a nice job of Finn and Jake and all right with Princess Bubblegum.

But I thought it was a bit of a let down when it came to spilling the beans on Marceline herself and LSP's entry was almost all aside with the backstory from her first episode thrown in. As a fan of LSP, I wanted more. Really, this is a nice resource for people wanting a little taste of a lot of different aspects of Adventure Time.

Because it is an encyclopedia, though, it doesn't really have all that much story. It hints and it revisits certain jokes and ideas throughout, but this is more a "nonfiction" piece in the Adventure Time library, a little dry but still funny, and still a must for fans of the show.

May 09, Erin Britton rated it it was amazing. Hunson Abadeer aka Lord of Evil, aka the Nameless One, whose unnameableness makes the junk mail of eternity undeliverable has kindly compiled, written and painstakingly edited this priceless, brilliant and ineffable Encyclopaedia of the Land of Ooo. Drawing on all of his most evil and nefarious knowledge as well as being aided by some totes radical handwritten marginalia by Finn, Jake and Marceline , Abadeer offers his startlingly illuminating and not at all biased insight into the inhabitant Hunson Abadeer aka Lord of Evil, aka the Nameless One, whose unnameableness makes the junk mail of eternity undeliverable has kindly compiled, written and painstakingly edited this priceless, brilliant and ineffable Encyclopaedia of the Land of Ooo.

Drawing on all of his most evil and nefarious knowledge as well as being aided by some totes radical handwritten marginalia by Finn, Jake and Marceline , Abadeer offers his startlingly illuminating and not at all biased insight into the inhabitants, lore, spells and ancient crypt warnings of the Land of Ooo circa The first book of awesomeness in the Encyclopaedia critiques those worthless inhabitants of the Land of Ooo whose souls the most marvellously benevolent Lord of Evil refrains from sucking out in deference to his daughter.

Ice King most clearly wins the award for most tragic bummer of an origin story. There follows in book two some pages devoted to the lowerarchy of utterly insignificant inhabitants of the Land of Ooo, all of whom the Lord of Evil yearns to destroy. Although these despicable creatures are most certainly beneath the contempt of the most EVIL of Evil Lords, Abadeer has promised that this Encyclopaedia will offer a comprehensive survey of all things Ooovian and so has amassed the required information through a combination of evil psychic resonance, spy networks and other shadowy sources.

The likenesses of the multifarious Ooovians are Technicolor triumphs and the biographical sketches are true masterpieces of minutia.

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The rest of the Encyclopaedia contains such needful items as: It might not tell you anything you want to know about Adventure Time but the Encyclopaedia will certainly tell you more than you ever wanted to know about life and life forms in Ooo. This is absolutely the most utterly awesomely useful guidebook to the Land of Ooo that I have ever encountered. Jul 22, Ed Dexter rated it really liked it Shelves: I was very excited when I first heard this book was being made. I've been a huge AT fan since the show began and was hoping the book would be more like an actual encyclopedia of the Land of Ooo.

I didn't get what I wanted but it's still pretty math! The author of the book is the voice actor for the character whose voice the book is mostly written in: Hunson Abadeer, father of Marceline.

Oddly enough, Martin Olson is the real life dad of the actress who supplies Marceline's voice! I think I would h I was very excited when I first heard this book was being made.

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At times Abadeer's personal point of view gets boring and repetitive. This is especially evident in the A-Z mini-bio section where some characters are described simply by how useless Abadeer thinks they are and not giving any useful info about them. Also, his choice of vocabulary will have many kids frequently running to their parents to find out what his words mean.

That can also be a plus for teaching new words, though. The sections I enjoyed most were the ones not written by Abadeer or sections where he isn't talking about the characters.

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BMO's manual is weird, but just the right amount. Ice King's hand drawn fan fiction and character cards are spot on. Abadeer's Novelty Spells and Curses is reminiscent of the ads you'd find in old comic books. Also, having Finn, Jake and Marceline's comments in the margins is pretty funny.

The truth is, if you're an AT fan you've probably already bought this book. While I would have liked a more comprehensive guide book to Ooo with more detail, I think this book would be especially great for kids as long as you don't mind helping them with the ten cent words and fans that came to the show later who might not know as much about the setting.

Aug 01, Harris rated it really liked it Shelves: Both daughter and father are talented writers, voice actors, and comedians, so it was fun seeing them discuss the Adventure Time show from behind the scenes and how their parent-child relationship shapes the dynamics between their Back in May, I happened to be in Denver for the Denver Public Library's author event inviting actor and comedian Martin Olson, and his daughter Olivia Olson who voice Adventure Time characters Hunson Abadeer and his daughter Marceline the Vampire Queen, respectively.

Both daughter and father are talented writers, voice actors, and comedians, so it was fun seeing them discuss the Adventure Time show from behind the scenes and how their parent-child relationship shapes the dynamics between their characters.

All around a fun time, and the two also discussed some of their writing, in which they expand the show's world, including some very interesting sounding upcoming books as well as this, "The Adventure Time Encyclopaedia. Scrawled into the margins are the, often hilarious and spot on, interjections of Marceline, Finn, and Jake. Much of the book consists of character bios, maps, and other supplementary material for the series This probably won't offer too much to people new to the cartoon, but for those who've already been sucked into it not unlike Abadeer's poor tech support guy , there's a lot of gold to be found.

This is well worth checking out by any Adventure Time fan. All in all, a bit of witty, light reading fit for kids and adults alike.

I must admit, I've rarely been so big a fan of a show that I'd read its supplementary materials, but Adventure Time seems to be quality across the board. Aug 10, Hollowspine rated it really liked it.Heck yeah! Mijn recensie kan je hier lezen: More filters. You just clipped your first slide! Trivia About The Adventure Tim Hunson Abadeer, father of Marceline. Am I a total n00b? Designed by Sean Tejaratchi. Because it is an encyclopedia, though, it doesn't really have all that much story.

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