It's made better than the original, and it looks great. There's unfortunately not invisible ink on every page, every other page in the authors first section has invisible ink, but only 1 page in Dipper's section and maybe 2 pages in the authors second section has invisible ink. Anyone who hasn't watc I love gravity falls, so having this book was pretty much the greatest thing ever. He reminded us about how fleeting life can be. Also, with the invisible ink included, there are a lot more codes to decipher and interesting facts-- including some commentary from the dream demon Bill Cipher himself.
I'm sure I haven't solved all the ciphers in the book, so it will be fun to come back later and see what I've missed. Mabel gets tricked and Bill makes himself the leader of the world but there is one problem, his weirdness can only stay in Gravity Falls. I was surprised when Ford and Stan had decided switched places to defeat Bill because Stan was a selfish man, giving up his entire life for his family. Sadly I never picked up such light. Thank you for reminding me that being weird isn't bad. How excited are you for the special edition of Gravity Falls: Journal 3? It also comes with a personal message from creator Alex Hirsch as well as the number out of the 10,000 that exist in the world.
You know that journal that Dipper carries around the entire series? We also get to know his story with F. We absolutely cannot wait to bust out our black lights to read Journal 3 in a whole new light! Seriously, if you want to start the show or haven't finished yet do not read until after you finish the show. Bonus points if the monocle is a black light. Your friendly neighborhood, Spyder-Pig After several weeks of flipping through the Journal and rereading it, I think I can finally gather my thoughts enough to actually write something for this review. An absolute must for fans of the show.
Adults and kids love it in equal measure and no wonder. We see through him how he is preparing the coming of Bill Cipher, he tells us about what happened in the dimensions, and then we get to the final battle with Bill and all that happens there. It also comes with a lot of hidden surprises, as expected of any tie-in to that show. Stanley was hot-headed, not the greatest mind, and brawny while Stanford had a brilliant mind and six fingers on each hand. I preordered this back in October, and finally it is here! You get to find out what dipper's real name is, what ford did while he was in the portal, and all sorts of other cool stuff that really makes having watched the show that much better. Stanley gets upset and accidentally turns on the device and pushes Ford in the portal.
This Journal is filled with so many characters that you'll learn to love. This book does add a bunch to the show - especially the part before dipper adds a whole new layer of things that just weren't explored in the show. This 288-page book contains all of the content of the regular edition, plus all-new top-secret black light pages on real parchment; a cover with leather texture and shiny metallic pieces; a magnifying glass; a tassel bookmark; and removable photos and notes. I am so happy to have had the opportunity to be part of Gravity Falls. Of course, I am not the one to spoil anything, so you will just have to find out yourself what his name is. It is out of packaging but packaging is included and pretty much brand new! Featuring secret blacklight messages, hardcover textured binding, removable letters and photos, a signed photo and individual number from show creator Alex Hirsch, among other goodies on top of the already show accurate Journal 3, this journal is the ultimate piece of Gravity Falls fan memorabilia.
Several pages are known to us thanks to the series , but a whole lot of the book is brand-new, and full of adventure, full of codes and cryptic messages. Some are just fun codes, but some really creeped me out. But that has not hindered my ability to read them in the dark. Ford moves to Gravity Falls because of all of it's anomalies, which he's been interested in because of his 6th fingers. I should eventually but until then, still enjoyed the book tremendously. The magnifying glass is included, which helps when trying to read the small print.
Hirsch reminded us about the importance of family and friends. And lots of commentary from your favorite triangle. I loved reading this book and I hope that everyone else will love it as well! I love it so much, and it's definetely one of the most wonderful books I've ever read. To be completely honest, I was really hyped to read Journal 3, but I never imagined I would be so moved by it. Literally the only con is you need a good blacklight to read the book. I laughed, cried, and was inspired beyond belief. Its faintly visible when you catch it in the light at the right angle bc of the glossy print.
This theme can be seen when Ford talks to Dipper about how them being in Gravity Falls was similar to a destiny. Even the jacket art is a spoiler. I personally enjoy this story of pure weirdness. After all, you need a really good black light to get the invisible ink to show up, a cheap black light or an invisible ink pen that's got a small black light on the end won't do the trick. To view it, Gravity Falls: Journal 3 helps explain pretty much every weird thing you have and will ever see. The narrator is reliable because he is the character in the story and this is his journal entries. .