Mouse Guard Fall 1152 Review

I started reading graphic novels a few years ago, and in that short time I will say that the genre runs much wider than I could imagine.

How do mice live and protect themselves from their many predators?

According to the imaginings of David Petersen in Mouse Guard, they live in hidden cities, far apart from each other, but protected from their enemies.  To travel between the cities, merchants and citizens need the protection of the Mouse Guard to keep them safe. But what happens when there’s a traitor in the midsts?


Mouse Guard is a great and quick read for graphic novel pros and newbies.  I loved It! I can’t wait to read it to my niece and nephew (when they’re a little older probably).  Five stars for this colorful and adventurous read.

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