Howl's Moving Castle Film Comic, Volume 4

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VIZ Media LLC, Nov 8, 2005 - Comics & Graphic Novels - 176 pages
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Sophie thinks of herself as plain and boring, especially compared to her vivacious younger sister Lettie. Sophie expects to spend the rest of her life quietly making hats in the back room of her family's shop, but as her country prepares for war, she is forced to set out on an extraordinary adventure!
With the Royal Sorcerer hot on their heels, Howl moves house, and Sophie finds herself back where she started, in her family's hat shop. But she isn't the same plain and timid Sophie - she's been cursed, chased, and even fallen in love with an infamous wizard! Now her new strength will be tested as the war breaks out in the skies above town and Howl's life is threatened by mysterious magic!

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Review: Howl's Moving Castle Film Comic, Vol. 2 (Howl's Moving Castle Film Comics #2)

User Review  - Holly Leighfield - Goodreads

Beautiful artwork, wretched story. Weakened the original plot, destroyed characters...the original book is much to be preferred. Read full review

Review: Howl's Moving Castle Film Comic vol. 4 (Howl's Moving Castle Film Comics) (Howl's Moving Castle Film Comics #4)

User Review  - Elena - Goodreads

Mostly just the screen shots of different points in the movie, but this is my favorite movie ever, so.... :) Read full review


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About the author (2005)

Hayao Miyazaki is the prominent director of many popular animated feature films. He is also the co-founder of Studio Ghibli, the award-winning Japanese animation studio and production company behind worldwide hits such as PRINCESS MONONOKE, HOWL'S MOVING CASTLE and SPIRITED AWAY.

Diana Wynne Jones was born in London on August 16, 1934. In 1953, she began school at St. Anne's College Oxford and attended lectures by J. R. R. Tolkien and C. S. Lewis. After graduation, she created plays for children that were performed at the London Arts Theatre. Her first book was published in 1973. She wrote over 40 books during her lifetime including Dark Lord of Derkholm, Earwig and the Witch, and the Chrestomanci series. She won numerous awards including the Guardian Award for Children's Books in 1977 for Charmed Life, the Boston Globe-Horn Book Award in 1984 for Archer's Goon, the Mythopeic Award in 1999, the Karl Edward Wagner Award in 1999, and the Life Achievement Award from the World Fantasy Organization in 2007. Her book Howl's Moving Castle was adapted into an animated film by director Hayao Miyazaki, and the film was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Animated Feature. She died from lung cancer on March 26, 2011 at the age of 76.

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