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Timmy McAllister's life is awesomeness incarnate now that he has his very own ninja! The two of them have completely upended the school's social hierarchy--bullies quake in fear while the nerds own the hallways. But as Timmy boogey-woogeys at the school dance, Felicity seeks revenge with a little mail order madness of her own! And when Jiro falls in battle, Timmy must stanTimmy McAllister's life is awesomeness incarnate now that he has his very own ninja! The two of them have completely upended the school's social hierarchy--bullies quake in fear while the nerds own the hallways. But as Timmy boogey-woogeys at the school dance, Felicity seeks revenge with a little mail order madness of her own! And when Jiro falls in battle, Timmy must stand alone against the forces of evil and uncoolness. Action, drama, ninja disco dancing--this book's got it all!...

Title : Mail Order Ninja Volume 2
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ISBN : 9781598167290
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 96 Pages
Status : Available For Download
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Mail Order Ninja Volume 2 Reviews

  • Ellyn
    2019-02-27 22:43

    This series is an absolute hoot! In volume 1, Timmy finds an ad to mail order his own personal ninja, none other than Jiro, the ninja hero of his favorite graphic novel. With Jiro at his side, he defeats the bullies in his school and takes the class presidency away from rich snob Felicity Huffington, who vows revenge.In the even better second volume, Felicity crashes the school dance with her army of ninjas, including Jiro's arch nemesis. Felicity takes over the entire town, brainwashing adults and forcing students to bow to her whims. Only Timmy and a handful of rebels can rescue Jiro from the dungeon and defeat Felicity.This is a very quick and easy read. The characters are fabulous, the humor is great-including a lot of fun wordplay, and the author adds cool little details for readers to find like calling Ebay Ebid and naming L. Frank Baum Elementary as Timmy's school. Highly recommended!

  • Lisa
    2019-03-08 05:47

    I embarrassed myself at a coffee shop by laughing out loud so many times reading this book.Felicity is the root of all evil. It's true! Spoiled and beautiful Felicity has used her wealth to purchase a seemingly endless supply of Main Order Ninjas. She has nearly the whole town brainwashed into believing she is the Queen and all mighty ruler. Is Timmy's silent (but deadly) MON ninja Jiro strong enough to defeat Kakuryuu Nobunaga and his crew of crazy White Dragons?? Ugggh! But everytime he kills a ninja, two new ones appear!It's gonna take some serious planning and collaboration to pull the wicked Queen Felicity down and restore peace to Cherry Creek, Indiana.This short graphic novel has it all: disco dancing, a not-so-epic battle, and >smooch< even romance!I can't wait to read the next book...

  • M.
    2019-03-11 03:53

    Cute graphic novel, black and white format, 2nd in the series. I think it would have been better if I’d read the first in the series before this one just to get a better idea of the background and the characters. Timmy is a geek but he has a secret weapon—the mail order ninja, Yoshida Jiro, who has changed the balance of power at the L. Frank Baum Elementary School from the “bullies and trust-fund babies” to the “geeky and downtrodden.” There’s even a party to celebrate and it’s great until Felicity Huntington brings in her own mail order ninja army to retaliate. Enough fighting to keep young boys happy although the ultimate solution involves figuring it all out.Good storyline with lots of twists. Probably 3rd or 4th grade and up.

  • LFPL Teen Services
    2019-03-07 01:47

    Felicity is the root of all evil. It's true! Spoiled and beautiful Felicity has used her wealth to purchase a seemingly endless supply of Main Order Ninjas. She has nearly the whole town brainwashed into believing she is the Queen and all mighty ruler. Is Timmy's silent (but deadly) MON ninja Jiro strong enough to defeat Kakuryuu Nobunaga and his crew of crazy White Dragons?? But everytime he kills one of these ninjas, two new ones appear! Ugggh! It's gonna take some serious planning and collaboration to pull the wicked Queen Felicity down and restore peace to Cherry Creek, Indiana. This short graphic novel has it all: disco dancing, a not-so-epic battle, and >smooch< even romance! ~LisaS

  • Bruce
    2019-03-05 04:37

    What do you do when your very own ninja warrior is threatened by a rival ninja army hired by the most obnoxiously snobby rich kid in your elementary school? Even worse, what do you do, when she starts to channel powers of darkness, and first the school and then the whole town is plastered with posters saying, “Big Sister is Watching You!” Do you really have to ask?These laugh-out-loud funnies are chock full of verbal and visual humor that will appeal to the fans of Captain Underpants. There’s ninja fighting, a scheming little sister, mind control cereal, silly songs, and even – are you ready for this – disco ninja dancing!

  • Jim
    2019-03-19 23:45

    American style manga about Timmy, a student at L. Frank Baum Elementary, and his ninja protector he sent for. This volume has Timmy fighting arch enemy Felicity (the school's "it" girl) and her mail order ninjas. Includes a big showdown in the school gym, a nerd outwitting the jock, brain-dead parents, a dance, a light romance between Timmy's teacher and his ninja and lots of Huxley/Orwell references.v. enjoyable, even on an adult level, kids should love it.

  • Erin Reilly-Sanders
    2019-03-22 03:46

    I enjoyed this and found it a fun, somewhat humourous Americanized manga. It seems to be pretty appropriate for younger readers except for the reliance on plot elements of Orwell's 1984 for this second volume. I'd love to check out the first volume to see if it's less loaded with classical plot references. Regardless, I think that children would still get an understanding of the story as well as appreciate the physical humour conveyed in the illustrations.

  • Erik
    2019-03-04 23:56

    The original story is a little revenge fantasy that makes the most of the small space it's got. The expanded version ramps up the jokes and the super heroics. Both are a lot of fun. Kids should love this. Eric Owen has a great sense of movement and action that really moved the story along. There's a drastic change in his style to make it more like other Manga between the initial story and the later expanded version, but both work really well with Elder's story.

  • Kat
    2019-03-19 23:47

    In Mail Order Ninja Vol. 2, Felicity (aka arch-nemesis of Timmy and all around popular girl), releases some sort of dark spirit and takes over the town by brainwashing the townspeople. It requires a lot of suspension of disbelief, sure, but it's a comic so I was up for it.I didn't find Vol 2 as funny or quirky as vol 1 but it was still fairly enjoyable. A good lunch hour read.

  • Lisa
    2019-03-04 21:58

    School boy and his ninja rescue the town from evil rich girl Felicity and her bad ninja.

  • Monique
    2019-03-20 22:35

    Fun little series

  • Snow
    2019-03-20 21:56

    read for fun

  • Heather
    2019-02-21 01:40

    Hilarious graphic novel, little bit of action, little bit of romance and even some political and historical commentary in my opinion, but that probably will go over the teen's heads.

  • M
    2019-03-11 04:38

    There are ninjas and a 1984 parody. Sure, why not?

  • Nikki
    2019-03-15 02:00

    Tough to follow (possibly because I didn't read the first one) but the references! Lots of hidden gems.

  • Ming Siu
    2019-02-27 03:42

    Probably better for kids than adults.

  • James
    2019-03-05 06:00

    It was really cool how they picked up from the last book like they were only one. There was some really funny parts like when the queen/rich girl at timmys school who gets everything she wants.

  • Elsa
    2019-03-09 01:46

    The parody of John Travolta disco dancing was hilarious!