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The Secret Saturdays: The Kur Stone (Part I): Comic Book Review

The Secret Saturdays: The Kur Stone (Part I): Comic Book Review - Reviewed by Kidzworld on Dec 06, 2009
( Rating: 5 Star Rating)

We know you love Ben 10 Alien Force and Bakugan Battle Brawlers comic books based on TV cartoon shows. Thats why the Cartoon Network decided to release The Secret Saturdays to the world of readable comics.

We know you love Ben 10 Alien Force and Bakugan Battle Brawlers comics - graphic novels based on the TV cartoon shows of the same names. That's why the Cartoon Network has decided to release The Secret Saturdays to the world of readable comic books. Check out our review of the first comic book in The Secret Saturdays series: The Kur Stone.

Saturdays Secrets

Actually, The Secret Saturdays don't mind if you know all about what they do. Part of the Cartoon Network's Action fridays, this is one busy family of cryptozoologists - special scientists who are 110% dedicated to protecting and preserving secret artifacts and mysterious, hidden monsters called cryptids around the world. The Secret Saturdays adventures take them from ancient ruins to bottomless caves, encountering some of the weirdest and wildest creatures on the planet.

 


Action & Animation

Amazing action and animation - two elements that make The Secret Saturdays work so well on TV and now in readable comic book form. Check out the first part of The Secret Saturdays comic book adventure in The Kur Stone, Zak Saturday and his parents (Doc and Drew) must rely on their powers and their knowledge of cryptids to stop the evil V. V. Argost from finding the dreadful Kur Stone and unleashing an ancient evil force on the world.

The Secret Saturdays: The Kur Stone (Part I) Rating: 5

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