Item description for Jumper: Jumpscars - The Official Prequel to the Film (Jumper) by Brian Hurtt Nunzio Defilippis...
For centuries Jumpers have lived among us - special individuals with the ability to teleport or "jump" nearly anywhere in the world. For almost as long, the Paladins, a secret and powerful order, have protected us from these dangerous and unpredictable individuals, sacrificing everything to keep humanity safe!
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 10" Width: 6.4" Height: 0.4" Weight: 0.45 lbs.
Release Date Feb 18, 2008
Publisher Oni Press
ISBN 1932664939 ISBN13 9781932664935
Reviews - What do customers think about Jumper: Jumpscars - The Official Prequel to the Film (Jumper)?
It's a comic book May 24, 2008
I so much enjoyed reading Jumper, Reflex and Jumper: Griffin's Story, that I thought that Jumpscars would be another interesting read even tho not written by Steven Gould. Lo and behold, this prequel turned out to be an illustrated book; in other words, a comic book. Disappointing, but the redeeming value of the book is that the illustrations happen to be very good. That almost makes up for the somewhat simplistic story line.
The comic book did give me an insight into the minds of the Paladins, who show up in the movie but not in the original book. So if you have not seen the movie, read this prequel.
That's my 2 cents.
Excellent May 12, 2008
I found this book to be even more than I expected out of it, being a comic and all.
Jumpscars Apr 14, 2008
Before you go or even if you did see the movie Jumper, read this little book as it gives some insight to the movie. The book was in the condition that was stated and came on time.
Jump Scars are odd Feb 25, 2008
This is another prequel to the Jumper movie, this time exploring the motivations of the bad guy and someone important to the main cast. This definitely contains a spoiler for the last scene of the movie. Still it is very good and expands the characters in ways not possible in the movie theater.