Mr. Stuffins

Mr. Stuffins

"My teddy bear's a secret agent!" When a scientist succeeds in creating Artifical Intelligence, he discovers to his horror that the government plans on making it a weapon. on the run, he hides the program inside a mechnical toy bear. When an unssuspecting family buys the toy bear their little boy discovers a new best friend-a cute, cuddly toy bear who's got all the moves o "My teddy bear's a secret agent!" When a scientist succeeds in creating Artifical Intelligence, he discovers to his horro...

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Title:Mr. Stuffins
Author:Andrew Cosby
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Genres:Sequential Art
ISBN:Mr. Stuffins
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Edition Language:English
Format Type:Paperback
Number of Pages:88 pages pages

Mr. Stuffins Reviews

  • Kate
    Jul 20, 2010

    Imagine the indestructibility of the Terminator crossed with the suave wit of James Bond. Add a dash of Bruce Willis in Die Hard and a sprinkle of Liam Neeson in Taken. What do you have? The greatest hero of all-time (or the last thirty minutes at least). Also, he?s a teddy bear....

    OMG, I think this might be my favorite graphic novel ever, I LOVE Mr. Stuffins! Hysterical, heartwarming and adorable! My favorite line is "Never doubt that one bear can change the WORLD!" ...

    Oh my god this comic was awesome. Loved it. Have you ever seen the movie Small Soldiers? It came out in 1998. A young Kirsten Dunst was in it. If you haven?t seen it, I highly recommend you do. Anyway, I digress. This story reminded me of Small Soldiers, but with a dash of Ted and...

    11-8-13 Mr. Stuffins is a graphic novel set in a big city. Zachary is an innocent young boy who goes to the store with his dad and ends up getting an evil teddy bear. Mr. Stuffins is very cute teddy bear, but sometimes could be dangerous. Mr. Stuffins is not who you think he is. He?...

    I love gun-toting teddy bears, and although the plot on this one wasn't nearly as satisfying as, say, a Toy Story movie or a Kate Dicamillo book, it was functional. I think what seems cliche to jaded adults like me is still exciting to kids. The deal is that a variety of bad guys a...

    Extreme violence...albeit cartoon (after all, this is a comic book, oh, excuse me, graphic novel). Extreme language and sensitive topics that are no longer considered sensitive by today's insensitive standards. I really wanted to like this--such a cool premise: a Teddy Ruxpin-like bear...

    Mr. Stuffins is a great little story about a teddy bear who gets his information disc switched with that of one of the world's greatest secret agents. It's a really fun and funny book, and I almost gave it four stars, but I dropped it down to three because as much as the writing is gre...

    Cute and fun idea. I didn't really roll with the impossibly unbelievable action scenes. I know they are part of the mixed genres represented here, but, a teady bear? Maybe the animation was too realistic... Stuffins had decent dialogue when he wasn't fighting, and I definitely felt the...

    This was hilarious- a scientist learns that his A.I. project is going to be used for military robots, so he runs away & hides his device in a talking stuffed bear in a toy store. The boy who buys the bear gets more than a talking toy- he gets a secret agent disguised as a bear! ...

    I really fell in love with the idea of Mr. Stuffins, but unfortunately the book didn't live up to my expectations. I still chuckled a few times, but I thought there was going to be more funny stuff... Still worth a look! ...

    Unusual graphic novel for teens about a teddy bear who's part spy, part smart-ass. But he's determinded to save Zach from the NSA...you'll never look at teddy bears the same way again. Hilarious!! ...

    I want a Mr. Stuffins of my very own. ...

    Silly, fluff, with a little plot thrown in for good measure. ...

    The plot was run-of-the mill, but Mr. Stuffins is one tough teddie! Fun stuff! ...

  • Heather
    Aug 04, 2010

    Imagine the indestructibility of the Terminator crossed with the suave wit of James Bond. Add a dash of Bruce Willis in Die Hard and a sprinkle of Liam Neeson in Taken. What do you have? The greatest hero of all-time (or the last thirty minutes at least). Also, he?s a teddy bear....

    OMG, I think this might be my favorite graphic novel ever, I LOVE Mr. Stuffins! Hysterical, heartwarming and adorable! My favorite line is "Never doubt that one bear can change the WORLD!" ...

  • Elizabeth
    Apr 29, 2010

    Imagine the indestructibility of the Terminator crossed with the suave wit of James Bond. Add a dash of Bruce Willis in Die Hard and a sprinkle of Liam Neeson in Taken. What do you have? The greatest hero of all-time (or the last thirty minutes at least). Also, he?s a teddy bear....

    OMG, I think this might be my favorite graphic novel ever, I LOVE Mr. Stuffins! Hysterical, heartwarming and adorable! My favorite line is "Never doubt that one bear can change the WORLD!" ...

    Oh my god this comic was awesome. Loved it. Have you ever seen the movie Small Soldiers? It came out in 1998. A young Kirsten Dunst was in it. If you haven?t seen it, I highly recommend you do. Anyway, I digress. This story reminded me of Small Soldiers, but with a dash of Ted and...

    11-8-13 Mr. Stuffins is a graphic novel set in a big city. Zachary is an innocent young boy who goes to the store with his dad and ends up getting an evil teddy bear. Mr. Stuffins is very cute teddy bear, but sometimes could be dangerous. Mr. Stuffins is not who you think he is. He?...

    I love gun-toting teddy bears, and although the plot on this one wasn't nearly as satisfying as, say, a Toy Story movie or a Kate Dicamillo book, it was functional. I think what seems cliche to jaded adults like me is still exciting to kids. The deal is that a variety of bad guys a...

    Extreme violence...albeit cartoon (after all, this is a comic book, oh, excuse me, graphic novel). Extreme language and sensitive topics that are no longer considered sensitive by today's insensitive standards. I really wanted to like this--such a cool premise: a Teddy Ruxpin-like bear...

    Mr. Stuffins is a great little story about a teddy bear who gets his information disc switched with that of one of the world's greatest secret agents. It's a really fun and funny book, and I almost gave it four stars, but I dropped it down to three because as much as the writing is gre...

    Cute and fun idea. I didn't really roll with the impossibly unbelievable action scenes. I know they are part of the mixed genres represented here, but, a teady bear? Maybe the animation was too realistic... Stuffins had decent dialogue when he wasn't fighting, and I definitely felt the...

    This was hilarious- a scientist learns that his A.I. project is going to be used for military robots, so he runs away & hides his device in a talking stuffed bear in a toy store. The boy who buys the bear gets more than a talking toy- he gets a secret agent disguised as a bear! ...

    I really fell in love with the idea of Mr. Stuffins, but unfortunately the book didn't live up to my expectations. I still chuckled a few times, but I thought there was going to be more funny stuff... Still worth a look! ...

    Unusual graphic novel for teens about a teddy bear who's part spy, part smart-ass. But he's determinded to save Zach from the NSA...you'll never look at teddy bears the same way again. Hilarious!! ...

    I want a Mr. Stuffins of my very own. ...

    Silly, fluff, with a little plot thrown in for good measure. ...

    The plot was run-of-the mill, but Mr. Stuffins is one tough teddie! Fun stuff! ...

    wasn't feeling it till the kid stole the scooter, then it was just hilarious, until the whole Cinco de Mayo thing started, and didn't stop! skimmed the rest it was so annoying. ...

    The drawings are standard stuff, nothing to remember really. The story however, it's a stupid idea but it comes off great with just the right amount of humor and action. ...

    I really liked this, a mix of Ted and James Bond. Kind of. At its heart, it is a story about family and I had fun with it, this Teddy kicks ass. ...

    ursinhos de peluche IAs avançadas conspiração de armamentos... kitsch e divertido. ...

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  • Devin Bruce
    Nov 07, 2010

    Imagine the indestructibility of the Terminator crossed with the suave wit of James Bond. Add a dash of Bruce Willis in Die Hard and a sprinkle of Liam Neeson in Taken. What do you have? The greatest hero of all-time (or the last thirty minutes at least). Also, he?s a teddy bear....

    OMG, I think this might be my favorite graphic novel ever, I LOVE Mr. Stuffins! Hysterical, heartwarming and adorable! My favorite line is "Never doubt that one bear can change the WORLD!" ...

    Oh my god this comic was awesome. Loved it. Have you ever seen the movie Small Soldiers? It came out in 1998. A young Kirsten Dunst was in it. If you haven?t seen it, I highly recommend you do. Anyway, I digress. This story reminded me of Small Soldiers, but with a dash of Ted and...

    11-8-13 Mr. Stuffins is a graphic novel set in a big city. Zachary is an innocent young boy who goes to the store with his dad and ends up getting an evil teddy bear. Mr. Stuffins is very cute teddy bear, but sometimes could be dangerous. Mr. Stuffins is not who you think he is. He?...

    I love gun-toting teddy bears, and although the plot on this one wasn't nearly as satisfying as, say, a Toy Story movie or a Kate Dicamillo book, it was functional. I think what seems cliche to jaded adults like me is still exciting to kids. The deal is that a variety of bad guys a...

    Extreme violence...albeit cartoon (after all, this is a comic book, oh, excuse me, graphic novel). Extreme language and sensitive topics that are no longer considered sensitive by today's insensitive standards. I really wanted to like this--such a cool premise: a Teddy Ruxpin-like bear...

    Mr. Stuffins is a great little story about a teddy bear who gets his information disc switched with that of one of the world's greatest secret agents. It's a really fun and funny book, and I almost gave it four stars, but I dropped it down to three because as much as the writing is gre...

  • Emily
    Apr 03, 2010

    Imagine the indestructibility of the Terminator crossed with the suave wit of James Bond. Add a dash of Bruce Willis in Die Hard and a sprinkle of Liam Neeson in Taken. What do you have? The greatest hero of all-time (or the last thirty minutes at least). Also, he?s a teddy bear....

    OMG, I think this might be my favorite graphic novel ever, I LOVE Mr. Stuffins! Hysterical, heartwarming and adorable! My favorite line is "Never doubt that one bear can change the WORLD!" ...

    Oh my god this comic was awesome. Loved it. Have you ever seen the movie Small Soldiers? It came out in 1998. A young Kirsten Dunst was in it. If you haven?t seen it, I highly recommend you do. Anyway, I digress. This story reminded me of Small Soldiers, but with a dash of Ted and...

    11-8-13 Mr. Stuffins is a graphic novel set in a big city. Zachary is an innocent young boy who goes to the store with his dad and ends up getting an evil teddy bear. Mr. Stuffins is very cute teddy bear, but sometimes could be dangerous. Mr. Stuffins is not who you think he is. He?...

    I love gun-toting teddy bears, and although the plot on this one wasn't nearly as satisfying as, say, a Toy Story movie or a Kate Dicamillo book, it was functional. I think what seems cliche to jaded adults like me is still exciting to kids. The deal is that a variety of bad guys a...

    Extreme violence...albeit cartoon (after all, this is a comic book, oh, excuse me, graphic novel). Extreme language and sensitive topics that are no longer considered sensitive by today's insensitive standards. I really wanted to like this--such a cool premise: a Teddy Ruxpin-like bear...

    Mr. Stuffins is a great little story about a teddy bear who gets his information disc switched with that of one of the world's greatest secret agents. It's a really fun and funny book, and I almost gave it four stars, but I dropped it down to three because as much as the writing is gre...

    Cute and fun idea. I didn't really roll with the impossibly unbelievable action scenes. I know they are part of the mixed genres represented here, but, a teady bear? Maybe the animation was too realistic... Stuffins had decent dialogue when he wasn't fighting, and I definitely felt the...

    This was hilarious- a scientist learns that his A.I. project is going to be used for military robots, so he runs away & hides his device in a talking stuffed bear in a toy store. The boy who buys the bear gets more than a talking toy- he gets a secret agent disguised as a bear! ...

    I really fell in love with the idea of Mr. Stuffins, but unfortunately the book didn't live up to my expectations. I still chuckled a few times, but I thought there was going to be more funny stuff... Still worth a look! ...

    Unusual graphic novel for teens about a teddy bear who's part spy, part smart-ass. But he's determinded to save Zach from the NSA...you'll never look at teddy bears the same way again. Hilarious!! ...

    I want a Mr. Stuffins of my very own. ...

  • Debye
    Dec 13, 2011

    Imagine the indestructibility of the Terminator crossed with the suave wit of James Bond. Add a dash of Bruce Willis in Die Hard and a sprinkle of Liam Neeson in Taken. What do you have? The greatest hero of all-time (or the last thirty minutes at least). Also, he?s a teddy bear....

    OMG, I think this might be my favorite graphic novel ever, I LOVE Mr. Stuffins! Hysterical, heartwarming and adorable! My favorite line is "Never doubt that one bear can change the WORLD!" ...

    Oh my god this comic was awesome. Loved it. Have you ever seen the movie Small Soldiers? It came out in 1998. A young Kirsten Dunst was in it. If you haven?t seen it, I highly recommend you do. Anyway, I digress. This story reminded me of Small Soldiers, but with a dash of Ted and...

    11-8-13 Mr. Stuffins is a graphic novel set in a big city. Zachary is an innocent young boy who goes to the store with his dad and ends up getting an evil teddy bear. Mr. Stuffins is very cute teddy bear, but sometimes could be dangerous. Mr. Stuffins is not who you think he is. He?...

    I love gun-toting teddy bears, and although the plot on this one wasn't nearly as satisfying as, say, a Toy Story movie or a Kate Dicamillo book, it was functional. I think what seems cliche to jaded adults like me is still exciting to kids. The deal is that a variety of bad guys a...

    Extreme violence...albeit cartoon (after all, this is a comic book, oh, excuse me, graphic novel). Extreme language and sensitive topics that are no longer considered sensitive by today's insensitive standards. I really wanted to like this--such a cool premise: a Teddy Ruxpin-like bear...

    Mr. Stuffins is a great little story about a teddy bear who gets his information disc switched with that of one of the world's greatest secret agents. It's a really fun and funny book, and I almost gave it four stars, but I dropped it down to three because as much as the writing is gre...

    Cute and fun idea. I didn't really roll with the impossibly unbelievable action scenes. I know they are part of the mixed genres represented here, but, a teady bear? Maybe the animation was too realistic... Stuffins had decent dialogue when he wasn't fighting, and I definitely felt the...

    This was hilarious- a scientist learns that his A.I. project is going to be used for military robots, so he runs away & hides his device in a talking stuffed bear in a toy store. The boy who buys the bear gets more than a talking toy- he gets a secret agent disguised as a bear! ...

    I really fell in love with the idea of Mr. Stuffins, but unfortunately the book didn't live up to my expectations. I still chuckled a few times, but I thought there was going to be more funny stuff... Still worth a look! ...

    Unusual graphic novel for teens about a teddy bear who's part spy, part smart-ass. But he's determinded to save Zach from the NSA...you'll never look at teddy bears the same way again. Hilarious!! ...

  • Patricia
    Jul 03, 2010

    Imagine the indestructibility of the Terminator crossed with the suave wit of James Bond. Add a dash of Bruce Willis in Die Hard and a sprinkle of Liam Neeson in Taken. What do you have? The greatest hero of all-time (or the last thirty minutes at least). Also, he?s a teddy bear....

    OMG, I think this might be my favorite graphic novel ever, I LOVE Mr. Stuffins! Hysterical, heartwarming and adorable! My favorite line is "Never doubt that one bear can change the WORLD!" ...

    Oh my god this comic was awesome. Loved it. Have you ever seen the movie Small Soldiers? It came out in 1998. A young Kirsten Dunst was in it. If you haven?t seen it, I highly recommend you do. Anyway, I digress. This story reminded me of Small Soldiers, but with a dash of Ted and...

    11-8-13 Mr. Stuffins is a graphic novel set in a big city. Zachary is an innocent young boy who goes to the store with his dad and ends up getting an evil teddy bear. Mr. Stuffins is very cute teddy bear, but sometimes could be dangerous. Mr. Stuffins is not who you think he is. He?...

    I love gun-toting teddy bears, and although the plot on this one wasn't nearly as satisfying as, say, a Toy Story movie or a Kate Dicamillo book, it was functional. I think what seems cliche to jaded adults like me is still exciting to kids. The deal is that a variety of bad guys a...

    Extreme violence...albeit cartoon (after all, this is a comic book, oh, excuse me, graphic novel). Extreme language and sensitive topics that are no longer considered sensitive by today's insensitive standards. I really wanted to like this--such a cool premise: a Teddy Ruxpin-like bear...

    Mr. Stuffins is a great little story about a teddy bear who gets his information disc switched with that of one of the world's greatest secret agents. It's a really fun and funny book, and I almost gave it four stars, but I dropped it down to three because as much as the writing is gre...

    Cute and fun idea. I didn't really roll with the impossibly unbelievable action scenes. I know they are part of the mixed genres represented here, but, a teady bear? Maybe the animation was too realistic... Stuffins had decent dialogue when he wasn't fighting, and I definitely felt the...

    This was hilarious- a scientist learns that his A.I. project is going to be used for military robots, so he runs away & hides his device in a talking stuffed bear in a toy store. The boy who buys the bear gets more than a talking toy- he gets a secret agent disguised as a bear! ...

  • Amanda
    Dec 18, 2012

    Imagine the indestructibility of the Terminator crossed with the suave wit of James Bond. Add a dash of Bruce Willis in Die Hard and a sprinkle of Liam Neeson in Taken. What do you have? The greatest hero of all-time (or the last thirty minutes at least). Also, he?s a teddy bear....

    OMG, I think this might be my favorite graphic novel ever, I LOVE Mr. Stuffins! Hysterical, heartwarming and adorable! My favorite line is "Never doubt that one bear can change the WORLD!" ...

    Oh my god this comic was awesome. Loved it. Have you ever seen the movie Small Soldiers? It came out in 1998. A young Kirsten Dunst was in it. If you haven?t seen it, I highly recommend you do. Anyway, I digress. This story reminded me of Small Soldiers, but with a dash of Ted and...

    11-8-13 Mr. Stuffins is a graphic novel set in a big city. Zachary is an innocent young boy who goes to the store with his dad and ends up getting an evil teddy bear. Mr. Stuffins is very cute teddy bear, but sometimes could be dangerous. Mr. Stuffins is not who you think he is. He?...

    I love gun-toting teddy bears, and although the plot on this one wasn't nearly as satisfying as, say, a Toy Story movie or a Kate Dicamillo book, it was functional. I think what seems cliche to jaded adults like me is still exciting to kids. The deal is that a variety of bad guys a...

    Extreme violence...albeit cartoon (after all, this is a comic book, oh, excuse me, graphic novel). Extreme language and sensitive topics that are no longer considered sensitive by today's insensitive standards. I really wanted to like this--such a cool premise: a Teddy Ruxpin-like bear...

  • Tricia
    Jan 17, 2012

    Imagine the indestructibility of the Terminator crossed with the suave wit of James Bond. Add a dash of Bruce Willis in Die Hard and a sprinkle of Liam Neeson in Taken. What do you have? The greatest hero of all-time (or the last thirty minutes at least). Also, he?s a teddy bear....

    OMG, I think this might be my favorite graphic novel ever, I LOVE Mr. Stuffins! Hysterical, heartwarming and adorable! My favorite line is "Never doubt that one bear can change the WORLD!" ...

    Oh my god this comic was awesome. Loved it. Have you ever seen the movie Small Soldiers? It came out in 1998. A young Kirsten Dunst was in it. If you haven?t seen it, I highly recommend you do. Anyway, I digress. This story reminded me of Small Soldiers, but with a dash of Ted and...

    11-8-13 Mr. Stuffins is a graphic novel set in a big city. Zachary is an innocent young boy who goes to the store with his dad and ends up getting an evil teddy bear. Mr. Stuffins is very cute teddy bear, but sometimes could be dangerous. Mr. Stuffins is not who you think he is. He?...

    I love gun-toting teddy bears, and although the plot on this one wasn't nearly as satisfying as, say, a Toy Story movie or a Kate Dicamillo book, it was functional. I think what seems cliche to jaded adults like me is still exciting to kids. The deal is that a variety of bad guys a...

    Extreme violence...albeit cartoon (after all, this is a comic book, oh, excuse me, graphic novel). Extreme language and sensitive topics that are no longer considered sensitive by today's insensitive standards. I really wanted to like this--such a cool premise: a Teddy Ruxpin-like bear...

    Mr. Stuffins is a great little story about a teddy bear who gets his information disc switched with that of one of the world's greatest secret agents. It's a really fun and funny book, and I almost gave it four stars, but I dropped it down to three because as much as the writing is gre...

    Cute and fun idea. I didn't really roll with the impossibly unbelievable action scenes. I know they are part of the mixed genres represented here, but, a teady bear? Maybe the animation was too realistic... Stuffins had decent dialogue when he wasn't fighting, and I definitely felt the...

    This was hilarious- a scientist learns that his A.I. project is going to be used for military robots, so he runs away & hides his device in a talking stuffed bear in a toy store. The boy who buys the bear gets more than a talking toy- he gets a secret agent disguised as a bear! ...

    I really fell in love with the idea of Mr. Stuffins, but unfortunately the book didn't live up to my expectations. I still chuckled a few times, but I thought there was going to be more funny stuff... Still worth a look! ...

    Unusual graphic novel for teens about a teddy bear who's part spy, part smart-ass. But he's determinded to save Zach from the NSA...you'll never look at teddy bears the same way again. Hilarious!! ...

    I want a Mr. Stuffins of my very own. ...

    Silly, fluff, with a little plot thrown in for good measure. ...

    The plot was run-of-the mill, but Mr. Stuffins is one tough teddie! Fun stuff! ...

    wasn't feeling it till the kid stole the scooter, then it was just hilarious, until the whole Cinco de Mayo thing started, and didn't stop! skimmed the rest it was so annoying. ...

  • Molly
    Mar 01, 2011

    Imagine the indestructibility of the Terminator crossed with the suave wit of James Bond. Add a dash of Bruce Willis in Die Hard and a sprinkle of Liam Neeson in Taken. What do you have? The greatest hero of all-time (or the last thirty minutes at least). Also, he?s a teddy bear....

    OMG, I think this might be my favorite graphic novel ever, I LOVE Mr. Stuffins! Hysterical, heartwarming and adorable! My favorite line is "Never doubt that one bear can change the WORLD!" ...

    Oh my god this comic was awesome. Loved it. Have you ever seen the movie Small Soldiers? It came out in 1998. A young Kirsten Dunst was in it. If you haven?t seen it, I highly recommend you do. Anyway, I digress. This story reminded me of Small Soldiers, but with a dash of Ted and...

    11-8-13 Mr. Stuffins is a graphic novel set in a big city. Zachary is an innocent young boy who goes to the store with his dad and ends up getting an evil teddy bear. Mr. Stuffins is very cute teddy bear, but sometimes could be dangerous. Mr. Stuffins is not who you think he is. He?...

    I love gun-toting teddy bears, and although the plot on this one wasn't nearly as satisfying as, say, a Toy Story movie or a Kate Dicamillo book, it was functional. I think what seems cliche to jaded adults like me is still exciting to kids. The deal is that a variety of bad guys a...

    Extreme violence...albeit cartoon (after all, this is a comic book, oh, excuse me, graphic novel). Extreme language and sensitive topics that are no longer considered sensitive by today's insensitive standards. I really wanted to like this--such a cool premise: a Teddy Ruxpin-like bear...

    Mr. Stuffins is a great little story about a teddy bear who gets his information disc switched with that of one of the world's greatest secret agents. It's a really fun and funny book, and I almost gave it four stars, but I dropped it down to three because as much as the writing is gre...

    Cute and fun idea. I didn't really roll with the impossibly unbelievable action scenes. I know they are part of the mixed genres represented here, but, a teady bear? Maybe the animation was too realistic... Stuffins had decent dialogue when he wasn't fighting, and I definitely felt the...

    This was hilarious- a scientist learns that his A.I. project is going to be used for military robots, so he runs away & hides his device in a talking stuffed bear in a toy store. The boy who buys the bear gets more than a talking toy- he gets a secret agent disguised as a bear! ...

    I really fell in love with the idea of Mr. Stuffins, but unfortunately the book didn't live up to my expectations. I still chuckled a few times, but I thought there was going to be more funny stuff... Still worth a look! ...

  • Jesse
    Apr 06, 2013

    Imagine the indestructibility of the Terminator crossed with the suave wit of James Bond. Add a dash of Bruce Willis in Die Hard and a sprinkle of Liam Neeson in Taken. What do you have? The greatest hero of all-time (or the last thirty minutes at least). Also, he?s a teddy bear....

    OMG, I think this might be my favorite graphic novel ever, I LOVE Mr. Stuffins! Hysterical, heartwarming and adorable! My favorite line is "Never doubt that one bear can change the WORLD!" ...

    Oh my god this comic was awesome. Loved it. Have you ever seen the movie Small Soldiers? It came out in 1998. A young Kirsten Dunst was in it. If you haven?t seen it, I highly recommend you do. Anyway, I digress. This story reminded me of Small Soldiers, but with a dash of Ted and...

    11-8-13 Mr. Stuffins is a graphic novel set in a big city. Zachary is an innocent young boy who goes to the store with his dad and ends up getting an evil teddy bear. Mr. Stuffins is very cute teddy bear, but sometimes could be dangerous. Mr. Stuffins is not who you think he is. He?...

    I love gun-toting teddy bears, and although the plot on this one wasn't nearly as satisfying as, say, a Toy Story movie or a Kate Dicamillo book, it was functional. I think what seems cliche to jaded adults like me is still exciting to kids. The deal is that a variety of bad guys a...

    Extreme violence...albeit cartoon (after all, this is a comic book, oh, excuse me, graphic novel). Extreme language and sensitive topics that are no longer considered sensitive by today's insensitive standards. I really wanted to like this--such a cool premise: a Teddy Ruxpin-like bear...

    Mr. Stuffins is a great little story about a teddy bear who gets his information disc switched with that of one of the world's greatest secret agents. It's a really fun and funny book, and I almost gave it four stars, but I dropped it down to three because as much as the writing is gre...

    Cute and fun idea. I didn't really roll with the impossibly unbelievable action scenes. I know they are part of the mixed genres represented here, but, a teady bear? Maybe the animation was too realistic... Stuffins had decent dialogue when he wasn't fighting, and I definitely felt the...

    This was hilarious- a scientist learns that his A.I. project is going to be used for military robots, so he runs away & hides his device in a talking stuffed bear in a toy store. The boy who buys the bear gets more than a talking toy- he gets a secret agent disguised as a bear! ...

    I really fell in love with the idea of Mr. Stuffins, but unfortunately the book didn't live up to my expectations. I still chuckled a few times, but I thought there was going to be more funny stuff... Still worth a look! ...

    Unusual graphic novel for teens about a teddy bear who's part spy, part smart-ass. But he's determinded to save Zach from the NSA...you'll never look at teddy bears the same way again. Hilarious!! ...

    I want a Mr. Stuffins of my very own. ...

    Silly, fluff, with a little plot thrown in for good measure. ...

    The plot was run-of-the mill, but Mr. Stuffins is one tough teddie! Fun stuff! ...

    wasn't feeling it till the kid stole the scooter, then it was just hilarious, until the whole Cinco de Mayo thing started, and didn't stop! skimmed the rest it was so annoying. ...

    The drawings are standard stuff, nothing to remember really. The story however, it's a stupid idea but it comes off great with just the right amount of humor and action. ...

    I really liked this, a mix of Ted and James Bond. Kind of. At its heart, it is a story about family and I had fun with it, this Teddy kicks ass. ...

    ursinhos de peluche IAs avançadas conspiração de armamentos... kitsch e divertido. ...

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  • Leomacdonald MacDonald
    Jun 08, 2010

    Imagine the indestructibility of the Terminator crossed with the suave wit of James Bond. Add a dash of Bruce Willis in Die Hard and a sprinkle of Liam Neeson in Taken. What do you have? The greatest hero of all-time (or the last thirty minutes at least). Also, he?s a teddy bear....

    OMG, I think this might be my favorite graphic novel ever, I LOVE Mr. Stuffins! Hysterical, heartwarming and adorable! My favorite line is "Never doubt that one bear can change the WORLD!" ...

    Oh my god this comic was awesome. Loved it. Have you ever seen the movie Small Soldiers? It came out in 1998. A young Kirsten Dunst was in it. If you haven?t seen it, I highly recommend you do. Anyway, I digress. This story reminded me of Small Soldiers, but with a dash of Ted and...

    11-8-13 Mr. Stuffins is a graphic novel set in a big city. Zachary is an innocent young boy who goes to the store with his dad and ends up getting an evil teddy bear. Mr. Stuffins is very cute teddy bear, but sometimes could be dangerous. Mr. Stuffins is not who you think he is. He?...

    I love gun-toting teddy bears, and although the plot on this one wasn't nearly as satisfying as, say, a Toy Story movie or a Kate Dicamillo book, it was functional. I think what seems cliche to jaded adults like me is still exciting to kids. The deal is that a variety of bad guys a...

    Extreme violence...albeit cartoon (after all, this is a comic book, oh, excuse me, graphic novel). Extreme language and sensitive topics that are no longer considered sensitive by today's insensitive standards. I really wanted to like this--such a cool premise: a Teddy Ruxpin-like bear...

    Mr. Stuffins is a great little story about a teddy bear who gets his information disc switched with that of one of the world's greatest secret agents. It's a really fun and funny book, and I almost gave it four stars, but I dropped it down to three because as much as the writing is gre...

    Cute and fun idea. I didn't really roll with the impossibly unbelievable action scenes. I know they are part of the mixed genres represented here, but, a teady bear? Maybe the animation was too realistic... Stuffins had decent dialogue when he wasn't fighting, and I definitely felt the...

    This was hilarious- a scientist learns that his A.I. project is going to be used for military robots, so he runs away & hides his device in a talking stuffed bear in a toy store. The boy who buys the bear gets more than a talking toy- he gets a secret agent disguised as a bear! ...

    I really fell in love with the idea of Mr. Stuffins, but unfortunately the book didn't live up to my expectations. I still chuckled a few times, but I thought there was going to be more funny stuff... Still worth a look! ...

    Unusual graphic novel for teens about a teddy bear who's part spy, part smart-ass. But he's determinded to save Zach from the NSA...you'll never look at teddy bears the same way again. Hilarious!! ...

    I want a Mr. Stuffins of my very own. ...

    Silly, fluff, with a little plot thrown in for good measure. ...

    The plot was run-of-the mill, but Mr. Stuffins is one tough teddie! Fun stuff! ...

    wasn't feeling it till the kid stole the scooter, then it was just hilarious, until the whole Cinco de Mayo thing started, and didn't stop! skimmed the rest it was so annoying. ...

    The drawings are standard stuff, nothing to remember really. The story however, it's a stupid idea but it comes off great with just the right amount of humor and action. ...

    I really liked this, a mix of Ted and James Bond. Kind of. At its heart, it is a story about family and I had fun with it, this Teddy kicks ass. ...

    ursinhos de peluche IAs avançadas conspiração de armamentos... kitsch e divertido. ...

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  • Nikki
    Jun 15, 2011

    Imagine the indestructibility of the Terminator crossed with the suave wit of James Bond. Add a dash of Bruce Willis in Die Hard and a sprinkle of Liam Neeson in Taken. What do you have? The greatest hero of all-time (or the last thirty minutes at least). Also, he?s a teddy bear....

  • Xemilyx
    Jun 02, 2010

    Imagine the indestructibility of the Terminator crossed with the suave wit of James Bond. Add a dash of Bruce Willis in Die Hard and a sprinkle of Liam Neeson in Taken. What do you have? The greatest hero of all-time (or the last thirty minutes at least). Also, he?s a teddy bear....

    OMG, I think this might be my favorite graphic novel ever, I LOVE Mr. Stuffins! Hysterical, heartwarming and adorable! My favorite line is "Never doubt that one bear can change the WORLD!" ...

    Oh my god this comic was awesome. Loved it. Have you ever seen the movie Small Soldiers? It came out in 1998. A young Kirsten Dunst was in it. If you haven?t seen it, I highly recommend you do. Anyway, I digress. This story reminded me of Small Soldiers, but with a dash of Ted and...

    11-8-13 Mr. Stuffins is a graphic novel set in a big city. Zachary is an innocent young boy who goes to the store with his dad and ends up getting an evil teddy bear. Mr. Stuffins is very cute teddy bear, but sometimes could be dangerous. Mr. Stuffins is not who you think he is. He?...

    I love gun-toting teddy bears, and although the plot on this one wasn't nearly as satisfying as, say, a Toy Story movie or a Kate Dicamillo book, it was functional. I think what seems cliche to jaded adults like me is still exciting to kids. The deal is that a variety of bad guys a...

  • Katherine
    Oct 14, 2013

    Imagine the indestructibility of the Terminator crossed with the suave wit of James Bond. Add a dash of Bruce Willis in Die Hard and a sprinkle of Liam Neeson in Taken. What do you have? The greatest hero of all-time (or the last thirty minutes at least). Also, he?s a teddy bear....

    OMG, I think this might be my favorite graphic novel ever, I LOVE Mr. Stuffins! Hysterical, heartwarming and adorable! My favorite line is "Never doubt that one bear can change the WORLD!" ...

    Oh my god this comic was awesome. Loved it. Have you ever seen the movie Small Soldiers? It came out in 1998. A young Kirsten Dunst was in it. If you haven?t seen it, I highly recommend you do. Anyway, I digress. This story reminded me of Small Soldiers, but with a dash of Ted and...

    11-8-13 Mr. Stuffins is a graphic novel set in a big city. Zachary is an innocent young boy who goes to the store with his dad and ends up getting an evil teddy bear. Mr. Stuffins is very cute teddy bear, but sometimes could be dangerous. Mr. Stuffins is not who you think he is. He?...

    I love gun-toting teddy bears, and although the plot on this one wasn't nearly as satisfying as, say, a Toy Story movie or a Kate Dicamillo book, it was functional. I think what seems cliche to jaded adults like me is still exciting to kids. The deal is that a variety of bad guys a...

    Extreme violence...albeit cartoon (after all, this is a comic book, oh, excuse me, graphic novel). Extreme language and sensitive topics that are no longer considered sensitive by today's insensitive standards. I really wanted to like this--such a cool premise: a Teddy Ruxpin-like bear...

    Mr. Stuffins is a great little story about a teddy bear who gets his information disc switched with that of one of the world's greatest secret agents. It's a really fun and funny book, and I almost gave it four stars, but I dropped it down to three because as much as the writing is gre...

    Cute and fun idea. I didn't really roll with the impossibly unbelievable action scenes. I know they are part of the mixed genres represented here, but, a teady bear? Maybe the animation was too realistic... Stuffins had decent dialogue when he wasn't fighting, and I definitely felt the...

    This was hilarious- a scientist learns that his A.I. project is going to be used for military robots, so he runs away & hides his device in a talking stuffed bear in a toy store. The boy who buys the bear gets more than a talking toy- he gets a secret agent disguised as a bear! ...

    I really fell in love with the idea of Mr. Stuffins, but unfortunately the book didn't live up to my expectations. I still chuckled a few times, but I thought there was going to be more funny stuff... Still worth a look! ...

    Unusual graphic novel for teens about a teddy bear who's part spy, part smart-ass. But he's determinded to save Zach from the NSA...you'll never look at teddy bears the same way again. Hilarious!! ...

    I want a Mr. Stuffins of my very own. ...

    Silly, fluff, with a little plot thrown in for good measure. ...

    The plot was run-of-the mill, but Mr. Stuffins is one tough teddie! Fun stuff! ...

    wasn't feeling it till the kid stole the scooter, then it was just hilarious, until the whole Cinco de Mayo thing started, and didn't stop! skimmed the rest it was so annoying. ...

    The drawings are standard stuff, nothing to remember really. The story however, it's a stupid idea but it comes off great with just the right amount of humor and action. ...

    I really liked this, a mix of Ted and James Bond. Kind of. At its heart, it is a story about family and I had fun with it, this Teddy kicks ass. ...

    ursinhos de peluche IAs avançadas conspiração de armamentos... kitsch e divertido. ...

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  • Artur Coelho
    May 29, 2011

    Imagine the indestructibility of the Terminator crossed with the suave wit of James Bond. Add a dash of Bruce Willis in Die Hard and a sprinkle of Liam Neeson in Taken. What do you have? The greatest hero of all-time (or the last thirty minutes at least). Also, he?s a teddy bear....

    OMG, I think this might be my favorite graphic novel ever, I LOVE Mr. Stuffins! Hysterical, heartwarming and adorable! My favorite line is "Never doubt that one bear can change the WORLD!" ...

    Oh my god this comic was awesome. Loved it. Have you ever seen the movie Small Soldiers? It came out in 1998. A young Kirsten Dunst was in it. If you haven?t seen it, I highly recommend you do. Anyway, I digress. This story reminded me of Small Soldiers, but with a dash of Ted and...

    11-8-13 Mr. Stuffins is a graphic novel set in a big city. Zachary is an innocent young boy who goes to the store with his dad and ends up getting an evil teddy bear. Mr. Stuffins is very cute teddy bear, but sometimes could be dangerous. Mr. Stuffins is not who you think he is. He?...

    I love gun-toting teddy bears, and although the plot on this one wasn't nearly as satisfying as, say, a Toy Story movie or a Kate Dicamillo book, it was functional. I think what seems cliche to jaded adults like me is still exciting to kids. The deal is that a variety of bad guys a...

    Extreme violence...albeit cartoon (after all, this is a comic book, oh, excuse me, graphic novel). Extreme language and sensitive topics that are no longer considered sensitive by today's insensitive standards. I really wanted to like this--such a cool premise: a Teddy Ruxpin-like bear...

    Mr. Stuffins is a great little story about a teddy bear who gets his information disc switched with that of one of the world's greatest secret agents. It's a really fun and funny book, and I almost gave it four stars, but I dropped it down to three because as much as the writing is gre...

    Cute and fun idea. I didn't really roll with the impossibly unbelievable action scenes. I know they are part of the mixed genres represented here, but, a teady bear? Maybe the animation was too realistic... Stuffins had decent dialogue when he wasn't fighting, and I definitely felt the...

    This was hilarious- a scientist learns that his A.I. project is going to be used for military robots, so he runs away & hides his device in a talking stuffed bear in a toy store. The boy who buys the bear gets more than a talking toy- he gets a secret agent disguised as a bear! ...

    I really fell in love with the idea of Mr. Stuffins, but unfortunately the book didn't live up to my expectations. I still chuckled a few times, but I thought there was going to be more funny stuff... Still worth a look! ...

    Unusual graphic novel for teens about a teddy bear who's part spy, part smart-ass. But he's determinded to save Zach from the NSA...you'll never look at teddy bears the same way again. Hilarious!! ...

    I want a Mr. Stuffins of my very own. ...

    Silly, fluff, with a little plot thrown in for good measure. ...

    The plot was run-of-the mill, but Mr. Stuffins is one tough teddie! Fun stuff! ...

    wasn't feeling it till the kid stole the scooter, then it was just hilarious, until the whole Cinco de Mayo thing started, and didn't stop! skimmed the rest it was so annoying. ...

    The drawings are standard stuff, nothing to remember really. The story however, it's a stupid idea but it comes off great with just the right amount of humor and action. ...

    I really liked this, a mix of Ted and James Bond. Kind of. At its heart, it is a story about family and I had fun with it, this Teddy kicks ass. ...

    ursinhos de peluche IAs avançadas conspiração de armamentos... kitsch e divertido. ...

  • Mel
    Jul 13, 2015

    Imagine the indestructibility of the Terminator crossed with the suave wit of James Bond. Add a dash of Bruce Willis in Die Hard and a sprinkle of Liam Neeson in Taken. What do you have? The greatest hero of all-time (or the last thirty minutes at least). Also, he?s a teddy bear....

    OMG, I think this might be my favorite graphic novel ever, I LOVE Mr. Stuffins! Hysterical, heartwarming and adorable! My favorite line is "Never doubt that one bear can change the WORLD!" ...

    Oh my god this comic was awesome. Loved it. Have you ever seen the movie Small Soldiers? It came out in 1998. A young Kirsten Dunst was in it. If you haven?t seen it, I highly recommend you do. Anyway, I digress. This story reminded me of Small Soldiers, but with a dash of Ted and...

    11-8-13 Mr. Stuffins is a graphic novel set in a big city. Zachary is an innocent young boy who goes to the store with his dad and ends up getting an evil teddy bear. Mr. Stuffins is very cute teddy bear, but sometimes could be dangerous. Mr. Stuffins is not who you think he is. He?...

    I love gun-toting teddy bears, and although the plot on this one wasn't nearly as satisfying as, say, a Toy Story movie or a Kate Dicamillo book, it was functional. I think what seems cliche to jaded adults like me is still exciting to kids. The deal is that a variety of bad guys a...

    Extreme violence...albeit cartoon (after all, this is a comic book, oh, excuse me, graphic novel). Extreme language and sensitive topics that are no longer considered sensitive by today's insensitive standards. I really wanted to like this--such a cool premise: a Teddy Ruxpin-like bear...

    Mr. Stuffins is a great little story about a teddy bear who gets his information disc switched with that of one of the world's greatest secret agents. It's a really fun and funny book, and I almost gave it four stars, but I dropped it down to three because as much as the writing is gre...

    Cute and fun idea. I didn't really roll with the impossibly unbelievable action scenes. I know they are part of the mixed genres represented here, but, a teady bear? Maybe the animation was too realistic... Stuffins had decent dialogue when he wasn't fighting, and I definitely felt the...

    This was hilarious- a scientist learns that his A.I. project is going to be used for military robots, so he runs away & hides his device in a talking stuffed bear in a toy store. The boy who buys the bear gets more than a talking toy- he gets a secret agent disguised as a bear! ...

    I really fell in love with the idea of Mr. Stuffins, but unfortunately the book didn't live up to my expectations. I still chuckled a few times, but I thought there was going to be more funny stuff... Still worth a look! ...

    Unusual graphic novel for teens about a teddy bear who's part spy, part smart-ass. But he's determinded to save Zach from the NSA...you'll never look at teddy bears the same way again. Hilarious!! ...

    I want a Mr. Stuffins of my very own. ...

    Silly, fluff, with a little plot thrown in for good measure. ...

    The plot was run-of-the mill, but Mr. Stuffins is one tough teddie! Fun stuff! ...

    wasn't feeling it till the kid stole the scooter, then it was just hilarious, until the whole Cinco de Mayo thing started, and didn't stop! skimmed the rest it was so annoying. ...

    The drawings are standard stuff, nothing to remember really. The story however, it's a stupid idea but it comes off great with just the right amount of humor and action. ...

    I really liked this, a mix of Ted and James Bond. Kind of. At its heart, it is a story about family and I had fun with it, this Teddy kicks ass. ...

    ursinhos de peluche IAs avançadas conspiração de armamentos... kitsch e divertido. ...

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  • Nick
    Jan 26, 2011

    Imagine the indestructibility of the Terminator crossed with the suave wit of James Bond. Add a dash of Bruce Willis in Die Hard and a sprinkle of Liam Neeson in Taken. What do you have? The greatest hero of all-time (or the last thirty minutes at least). Also, he?s a teddy bear....

    OMG, I think this might be my favorite graphic novel ever, I LOVE Mr. Stuffins! Hysterical, heartwarming and adorable! My favorite line is "Never doubt that one bear can change the WORLD!" ...

    Oh my god this comic was awesome. Loved it. Have you ever seen the movie Small Soldiers? It came out in 1998. A young Kirsten Dunst was in it. If you haven?t seen it, I highly recommend you do. Anyway, I digress. This story reminded me of Small Soldiers, but with a dash of Ted and...

    11-8-13 Mr. Stuffins is a graphic novel set in a big city. Zachary is an innocent young boy who goes to the store with his dad and ends up getting an evil teddy bear. Mr. Stuffins is very cute teddy bear, but sometimes could be dangerous. Mr. Stuffins is not who you think he is. He?...

    I love gun-toting teddy bears, and although the plot on this one wasn't nearly as satisfying as, say, a Toy Story movie or a Kate Dicamillo book, it was functional. I think what seems cliche to jaded adults like me is still exciting to kids. The deal is that a variety of bad guys a...

    Extreme violence...albeit cartoon (after all, this is a comic book, oh, excuse me, graphic novel). Extreme language and sensitive topics that are no longer considered sensitive by today's insensitive standards. I really wanted to like this--such a cool premise: a Teddy Ruxpin-like bear...

    Mr. Stuffins is a great little story about a teddy bear who gets his information disc switched with that of one of the world's greatest secret agents. It's a really fun and funny book, and I almost gave it four stars, but I dropped it down to three because as much as the writing is gre...

    Cute and fun idea. I didn't really roll with the impossibly unbelievable action scenes. I know they are part of the mixed genres represented here, but, a teady bear? Maybe the animation was too realistic... Stuffins had decent dialogue when he wasn't fighting, and I definitely felt the...

  • Angelene Hanna
    Oct 16, 2011

    Imagine the indestructibility of the Terminator crossed with the suave wit of James Bond. Add a dash of Bruce Willis in Die Hard and a sprinkle of Liam Neeson in Taken. What do you have? The greatest hero of all-time (or the last thirty minutes at least). Also, he?s a teddy bear....

    OMG, I think this might be my favorite graphic novel ever, I LOVE Mr. Stuffins! Hysterical, heartwarming and adorable! My favorite line is "Never doubt that one bear can change the WORLD!" ...

    Oh my god this comic was awesome. Loved it. Have you ever seen the movie Small Soldiers? It came out in 1998. A young Kirsten Dunst was in it. If you haven?t seen it, I highly recommend you do. Anyway, I digress. This story reminded me of Small Soldiers, but with a dash of Ted and...

    11-8-13 Mr. Stuffins is a graphic novel set in a big city. Zachary is an innocent young boy who goes to the store with his dad and ends up getting an evil teddy bear. Mr. Stuffins is very cute teddy bear, but sometimes could be dangerous. Mr. Stuffins is not who you think he is. He?...

    I love gun-toting teddy bears, and although the plot on this one wasn't nearly as satisfying as, say, a Toy Story movie or a Kate Dicamillo book, it was functional. I think what seems cliche to jaded adults like me is still exciting to kids. The deal is that a variety of bad guys a...

    Extreme violence...albeit cartoon (after all, this is a comic book, oh, excuse me, graphic novel). Extreme language and sensitive topics that are no longer considered sensitive by today's insensitive standards. I really wanted to like this--such a cool premise: a Teddy Ruxpin-like bear...

    Mr. Stuffins is a great little story about a teddy bear who gets his information disc switched with that of one of the world's greatest secret agents. It's a really fun and funny book, and I almost gave it four stars, but I dropped it down to three because as much as the writing is gre...

    Cute and fun idea. I didn't really roll with the impossibly unbelievable action scenes. I know they are part of the mixed genres represented here, but, a teady bear? Maybe the animation was too realistic... Stuffins had decent dialogue when he wasn't fighting, and I definitely felt the...

    This was hilarious- a scientist learns that his A.I. project is going to be used for military robots, so he runs away & hides his device in a talking stuffed bear in a toy store. The boy who buys the bear gets more than a talking toy- he gets a secret agent disguised as a bear! ...

    I really fell in love with the idea of Mr. Stuffins, but unfortunately the book didn't live up to my expectations. I still chuckled a few times, but I thought there was going to be more funny stuff... Still worth a look! ...

    Unusual graphic novel for teens about a teddy bear who's part spy, part smart-ass. But he's determinded to save Zach from the NSA...you'll never look at teddy bears the same way again. Hilarious!! ...

    I want a Mr. Stuffins of my very own. ...

    Silly, fluff, with a little plot thrown in for good measure. ...

    The plot was run-of-the mill, but Mr. Stuffins is one tough teddie! Fun stuff! ...

    wasn't feeling it till the kid stole the scooter, then it was just hilarious, until the whole Cinco de Mayo thing started, and didn't stop! skimmed the rest it was so annoying. ...

    The drawings are standard stuff, nothing to remember really. The story however, it's a stupid idea but it comes off great with just the right amount of humor and action. ...

    I really liked this, a mix of Ted and James Bond. Kind of. At its heart, it is a story about family and I had fun with it, this Teddy kicks ass. ...

    ursinhos de peluche IAs avançadas conspiração de armamentos... kitsch e divertido. ...

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  • Lea Ann
    May 03, 2011

    Imagine the indestructibility of the Terminator crossed with the suave wit of James Bond. Add a dash of Bruce Willis in Die Hard and a sprinkle of Liam Neeson in Taken. What do you have? The greatest hero of all-time (or the last thirty minutes at least). Also, he?s a teddy bear....

    OMG, I think this might be my favorite graphic novel ever, I LOVE Mr. Stuffins! Hysterical, heartwarming and adorable! My favorite line is "Never doubt that one bear can change the WORLD!" ...

    Oh my god this comic was awesome. Loved it. Have you ever seen the movie Small Soldiers? It came out in 1998. A young Kirsten Dunst was in it. If you haven?t seen it, I highly recommend you do. Anyway, I digress. This story reminded me of Small Soldiers, but with a dash of Ted and...

    11-8-13 Mr. Stuffins is a graphic novel set in a big city. Zachary is an innocent young boy who goes to the store with his dad and ends up getting an evil teddy bear. Mr. Stuffins is very cute teddy bear, but sometimes could be dangerous. Mr. Stuffins is not who you think he is. He?...

    I love gun-toting teddy bears, and although the plot on this one wasn't nearly as satisfying as, say, a Toy Story movie or a Kate Dicamillo book, it was functional. I think what seems cliche to jaded adults like me is still exciting to kids. The deal is that a variety of bad guys a...

    Extreme violence...albeit cartoon (after all, this is a comic book, oh, excuse me, graphic novel). Extreme language and sensitive topics that are no longer considered sensitive by today's insensitive standards. I really wanted to like this--such a cool premise: a Teddy Ruxpin-like bear...

    Mr. Stuffins is a great little story about a teddy bear who gets his information disc switched with that of one of the world's greatest secret agents. It's a really fun and funny book, and I almost gave it four stars, but I dropped it down to three because as much as the writing is gre...

    Cute and fun idea. I didn't really roll with the impossibly unbelievable action scenes. I know they are part of the mixed genres represented here, but, a teady bear? Maybe the animation was too realistic... Stuffins had decent dialogue when he wasn't fighting, and I definitely felt the...

    This was hilarious- a scientist learns that his A.I. project is going to be used for military robots, so he runs away & hides his device in a talking stuffed bear in a toy store. The boy who buys the bear gets more than a talking toy- he gets a secret agent disguised as a bear! ...

    I really fell in love with the idea of Mr. Stuffins, but unfortunately the book didn't live up to my expectations. I still chuckled a few times, but I thought there was going to be more funny stuff... Still worth a look! ...

    Unusual graphic novel for teens about a teddy bear who's part spy, part smart-ass. But he's determinded to save Zach from the NSA...you'll never look at teddy bears the same way again. Hilarious!! ...

    I want a Mr. Stuffins of my very own. ...

    Silly, fluff, with a little plot thrown in for good measure. ...

    The plot was run-of-the mill, but Mr. Stuffins is one tough teddie! Fun stuff! ...

    wasn't feeling it till the kid stole the scooter, then it was just hilarious, until the whole Cinco de Mayo thing started, and didn't stop! skimmed the rest it was so annoying. ...

    The drawings are standard stuff, nothing to remember really. The story however, it's a stupid idea but it comes off great with just the right amount of humor and action. ...

    I really liked this, a mix of Ted and James Bond. Kind of. At its heart, it is a story about family and I had fun with it, this Teddy kicks ass. ...

    ursinhos de peluche IAs avançadas conspiração de armamentos... kitsch e divertido. ...

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  • Tor
    Jan 09, 2013

    Imagine the indestructibility of the Terminator crossed with the suave wit of James Bond. Add a dash of Bruce Willis in Die Hard and a sprinkle of Liam Neeson in Taken. What do you have? The greatest hero of all-time (or the last thirty minutes at least). Also, he?s a teddy bear....

    OMG, I think this might be my favorite graphic novel ever, I LOVE Mr. Stuffins! Hysterical, heartwarming and adorable! My favorite line is "Never doubt that one bear can change the WORLD!" ...

    Oh my god this comic was awesome. Loved it. Have you ever seen the movie Small Soldiers? It came out in 1998. A young Kirsten Dunst was in it. If you haven?t seen it, I highly recommend you do. Anyway, I digress. This story reminded me of Small Soldiers, but with a dash of Ted and...

    11-8-13 Mr. Stuffins is a graphic novel set in a big city. Zachary is an innocent young boy who goes to the store with his dad and ends up getting an evil teddy bear. Mr. Stuffins is very cute teddy bear, but sometimes could be dangerous. Mr. Stuffins is not who you think he is. He?...

    I love gun-toting teddy bears, and although the plot on this one wasn't nearly as satisfying as, say, a Toy Story movie or a Kate Dicamillo book, it was functional. I think what seems cliche to jaded adults like me is still exciting to kids. The deal is that a variety of bad guys a...

    Extreme violence...albeit cartoon (after all, this is a comic book, oh, excuse me, graphic novel). Extreme language and sensitive topics that are no longer considered sensitive by today's insensitive standards. I really wanted to like this--such a cool premise: a Teddy Ruxpin-like bear...

    Mr. Stuffins is a great little story about a teddy bear who gets his information disc switched with that of one of the world's greatest secret agents. It's a really fun and funny book, and I almost gave it four stars, but I dropped it down to three because as much as the writing is gre...

    Cute and fun idea. I didn't really roll with the impossibly unbelievable action scenes. I know they are part of the mixed genres represented here, but, a teady bear? Maybe the animation was too realistic... Stuffins had decent dialogue when he wasn't fighting, and I definitely felt the...

    This was hilarious- a scientist learns that his A.I. project is going to be used for military robots, so he runs away & hides his device in a talking stuffed bear in a toy store. The boy who buys the bear gets more than a talking toy- he gets a secret agent disguised as a bear! ...

    I really fell in love with the idea of Mr. Stuffins, but unfortunately the book didn't live up to my expectations. I still chuckled a few times, but I thought there was going to be more funny stuff... Still worth a look! ...

    Unusual graphic novel for teens about a teddy bear who's part spy, part smart-ass. But he's determinded to save Zach from the NSA...you'll never look at teddy bears the same way again. Hilarious!! ...

    I want a Mr. Stuffins of my very own. ...

    Silly, fluff, with a little plot thrown in for good measure. ...

    The plot was run-of-the mill, but Mr. Stuffins is one tough teddie! Fun stuff! ...

    wasn't feeling it till the kid stole the scooter, then it was just hilarious, until the whole Cinco de Mayo thing started, and didn't stop! skimmed the rest it was so annoying. ...

    The drawings are standard stuff, nothing to remember really. The story however, it's a stupid idea but it comes off great with just the right amount of humor and action. ...

  • Dimitris
    Aug 06, 2013

    Imagine the indestructibility of the Terminator crossed with the suave wit of James Bond. Add a dash of Bruce Willis in Die Hard and a sprinkle of Liam Neeson in Taken. What do you have? The greatest hero of all-time (or the last thirty minutes at least). Also, he?s a teddy bear....

    OMG, I think this might be my favorite graphic novel ever, I LOVE Mr. Stuffins! Hysterical, heartwarming and adorable! My favorite line is "Never doubt that one bear can change the WORLD!" ...

    Oh my god this comic was awesome. Loved it. Have you ever seen the movie Small Soldiers? It came out in 1998. A young Kirsten Dunst was in it. If you haven?t seen it, I highly recommend you do. Anyway, I digress. This story reminded me of Small Soldiers, but with a dash of Ted and...

    11-8-13 Mr. Stuffins is a graphic novel set in a big city. Zachary is an innocent young boy who goes to the store with his dad and ends up getting an evil teddy bear. Mr. Stuffins is very cute teddy bear, but sometimes could be dangerous. Mr. Stuffins is not who you think he is. He?...

    I love gun-toting teddy bears, and although the plot on this one wasn't nearly as satisfying as, say, a Toy Story movie or a Kate Dicamillo book, it was functional. I think what seems cliche to jaded adults like me is still exciting to kids. The deal is that a variety of bad guys a...

    Extreme violence...albeit cartoon (after all, this is a comic book, oh, excuse me, graphic novel). Extreme language and sensitive topics that are no longer considered sensitive by today's insensitive standards. I really wanted to like this--such a cool premise: a Teddy Ruxpin-like bear...

    Mr. Stuffins is a great little story about a teddy bear who gets his information disc switched with that of one of the world's greatest secret agents. It's a really fun and funny book, and I almost gave it four stars, but I dropped it down to three because as much as the writing is gre...

    Cute and fun idea. I didn't really roll with the impossibly unbelievable action scenes. I know they are part of the mixed genres represented here, but, a teady bear? Maybe the animation was too realistic... Stuffins had decent dialogue when he wasn't fighting, and I definitely felt the...

    This was hilarious- a scientist learns that his A.I. project is going to be used for military robots, so he runs away & hides his device in a talking stuffed bear in a toy store. The boy who buys the bear gets more than a talking toy- he gets a secret agent disguised as a bear! ...

    I really fell in love with the idea of Mr. Stuffins, but unfortunately the book didn't live up to my expectations. I still chuckled a few times, but I thought there was going to be more funny stuff... Still worth a look! ...

    Unusual graphic novel for teens about a teddy bear who's part spy, part smart-ass. But he's determinded to save Zach from the NSA...you'll never look at teddy bears the same way again. Hilarious!! ...

    I want a Mr. Stuffins of my very own. ...

    Silly, fluff, with a little plot thrown in for good measure. ...

    The plot was run-of-the mill, but Mr. Stuffins is one tough teddie! Fun stuff! ...

    wasn't feeling it till the kid stole the scooter, then it was just hilarious, until the whole Cinco de Mayo thing started, and didn't stop! skimmed the rest it was so annoying. ...

    The drawings are standard stuff, nothing to remember really. The story however, it's a stupid idea but it comes off great with just the right amount of humor and action. ...

    I really liked this, a mix of Ted and James Bond. Kind of. At its heart, it is a story about family and I had fun with it, this Teddy kicks ass. ...

    ursinhos de peluche IAs avançadas conspiração de armamentos... kitsch e divertido. ...

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  • Annie
    Nov 01, 2013

    Imagine the indestructibility of the Terminator crossed with the suave wit of James Bond. Add a dash of Bruce Willis in Die Hard and a sprinkle of Liam Neeson in Taken. What do you have? The greatest hero of all-time (or the last thirty minutes at least). Also, he?s a teddy bear....

    OMG, I think this might be my favorite graphic novel ever, I LOVE Mr. Stuffins! Hysterical, heartwarming and adorable! My favorite line is "Never doubt that one bear can change the WORLD!" ...

    Oh my god this comic was awesome. Loved it. Have you ever seen the movie Small Soldiers? It came out in 1998. A young Kirsten Dunst was in it. If you haven?t seen it, I highly recommend you do. Anyway, I digress. This story reminded me of Small Soldiers, but with a dash of Ted and...

    11-8-13 Mr. Stuffins is a graphic novel set in a big city. Zachary is an innocent young boy who goes to the store with his dad and ends up getting an evil teddy bear. Mr. Stuffins is very cute teddy bear, but sometimes could be dangerous. Mr. Stuffins is not who you think he is. He?...

    I love gun-toting teddy bears, and although the plot on this one wasn't nearly as satisfying as, say, a Toy Story movie or a Kate Dicamillo book, it was functional. I think what seems cliche to jaded adults like me is still exciting to kids. The deal is that a variety of bad guys a...

    Extreme violence...albeit cartoon (after all, this is a comic book, oh, excuse me, graphic novel). Extreme language and sensitive topics that are no longer considered sensitive by today's insensitive standards. I really wanted to like this--such a cool premise: a Teddy Ruxpin-like bear...

    Mr. Stuffins is a great little story about a teddy bear who gets his information disc switched with that of one of the world's greatest secret agents. It's a really fun and funny book, and I almost gave it four stars, but I dropped it down to three because as much as the writing is gre...

    Cute and fun idea. I didn't really roll with the impossibly unbelievable action scenes. I know they are part of the mixed genres represented here, but, a teady bear? Maybe the animation was too realistic... Stuffins had decent dialogue when he wasn't fighting, and I definitely felt the...

    This was hilarious- a scientist learns that his A.I. project is going to be used for military robots, so he runs away & hides his device in a talking stuffed bear in a toy store. The boy who buys the bear gets more than a talking toy- he gets a secret agent disguised as a bear! ...

    I really fell in love with the idea of Mr. Stuffins, but unfortunately the book didn't live up to my expectations. I still chuckled a few times, but I thought there was going to be more funny stuff... Still worth a look! ...

    Unusual graphic novel for teens about a teddy bear who's part spy, part smart-ass. But he's determinded to save Zach from the NSA...you'll never look at teddy bears the same way again. Hilarious!! ...

    I want a Mr. Stuffins of my very own. ...

    Silly, fluff, with a little plot thrown in for good measure. ...

  • Jacob
    Nov 18, 2013

    Imagine the indestructibility of the Terminator crossed with the suave wit of James Bond. Add a dash of Bruce Willis in Die Hard and a sprinkle of Liam Neeson in Taken. What do you have? The greatest hero of all-time (or the last thirty minutes at least). Also, he?s a teddy bear....

    OMG, I think this might be my favorite graphic novel ever, I LOVE Mr. Stuffins! Hysterical, heartwarming and adorable! My favorite line is "Never doubt that one bear can change the WORLD!" ...

    Oh my god this comic was awesome. Loved it. Have you ever seen the movie Small Soldiers? It came out in 1998. A young Kirsten Dunst was in it. If you haven?t seen it, I highly recommend you do. Anyway, I digress. This story reminded me of Small Soldiers, but with a dash of Ted and...

    11-8-13 Mr. Stuffins is a graphic novel set in a big city. Zachary is an innocent young boy who goes to the store with his dad and ends up getting an evil teddy bear. Mr. Stuffins is very cute teddy bear, but sometimes could be dangerous. Mr. Stuffins is not who you think he is. He?...

  • Kirsten
    Aug 31, 2015

    Imagine the indestructibility of the Terminator crossed with the suave wit of James Bond. Add a dash of Bruce Willis in Die Hard and a sprinkle of Liam Neeson in Taken. What do you have? The greatest hero of all-time (or the last thirty minutes at least). Also, he?s a teddy bear....

    OMG, I think this might be my favorite graphic novel ever, I LOVE Mr. Stuffins! Hysterical, heartwarming and adorable! My favorite line is "Never doubt that one bear can change the WORLD!" ...

    Oh my god this comic was awesome. Loved it. Have you ever seen the movie Small Soldiers? It came out in 1998. A young Kirsten Dunst was in it. If you haven?t seen it, I highly recommend you do. Anyway, I digress. This story reminded me of Small Soldiers, but with a dash of Ted and...

    11-8-13 Mr. Stuffins is a graphic novel set in a big city. Zachary is an innocent young boy who goes to the store with his dad and ends up getting an evil teddy bear. Mr. Stuffins is very cute teddy bear, but sometimes could be dangerous. Mr. Stuffins is not who you think he is. He?...

    I love gun-toting teddy bears, and although the plot on this one wasn't nearly as satisfying as, say, a Toy Story movie or a Kate Dicamillo book, it was functional. I think what seems cliche to jaded adults like me is still exciting to kids. The deal is that a variety of bad guys a...

    Extreme violence...albeit cartoon (after all, this is a comic book, oh, excuse me, graphic novel). Extreme language and sensitive topics that are no longer considered sensitive by today's insensitive standards. I really wanted to like this--such a cool premise: a Teddy Ruxpin-like bear...

    Mr. Stuffins is a great little story about a teddy bear who gets his information disc switched with that of one of the world's greatest secret agents. It's a really fun and funny book, and I almost gave it four stars, but I dropped it down to three because as much as the writing is gre...

    Cute and fun idea. I didn't really roll with the impossibly unbelievable action scenes. I know they are part of the mixed genres represented here, but, a teady bear? Maybe the animation was too realistic... Stuffins had decent dialogue when he wasn't fighting, and I definitely felt the...

    This was hilarious- a scientist learns that his A.I. project is going to be used for military robots, so he runs away & hides his device in a talking stuffed bear in a toy store. The boy who buys the bear gets more than a talking toy- he gets a secret agent disguised as a bear! ...

    I really fell in love with the idea of Mr. Stuffins, but unfortunately the book didn't live up to my expectations. I still chuckled a few times, but I thought there was going to be more funny stuff... Still worth a look! ...

    Unusual graphic novel for teens about a teddy bear who's part spy, part smart-ass. But he's determinded to save Zach from the NSA...you'll never look at teddy bears the same way again. Hilarious!! ...

    I want a Mr. Stuffins of my very own. ...

    Silly, fluff, with a little plot thrown in for good measure. ...

    The plot was run-of-the mill, but Mr. Stuffins is one tough teddie! Fun stuff! ...

    wasn't feeling it till the kid stole the scooter, then it was just hilarious, until the whole Cinco de Mayo thing started, and didn't stop! skimmed the rest it was so annoying. ...

    The drawings are standard stuff, nothing to remember really. The story however, it's a stupid idea but it comes off great with just the right amount of humor and action. ...

    I really liked this, a mix of Ted and James Bond. Kind of. At its heart, it is a story about family and I had fun with it, this Teddy kicks ass. ...

    ursinhos de peluche IAs avançadas conspiração de armamentos... kitsch e divertido. ...

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  • Sarah Fairbairn
    Mar 15, 2018

    Imagine the indestructibility of the Terminator crossed with the suave wit of James Bond. Add a dash of Bruce Willis in Die Hard and a sprinkle of Liam Neeson in Taken. What do you have? The greatest hero of all-time (or the last thirty minutes at least). Also, he?s a teddy bear....

    OMG, I think this might be my favorite graphic novel ever, I LOVE Mr. Stuffins! Hysterical, heartwarming and adorable! My favorite line is "Never doubt that one bear can change the WORLD!" ...

    Oh my god this comic was awesome. Loved it. Have you ever seen the movie Small Soldiers? It came out in 1998. A young Kirsten Dunst was in it. If you haven?t seen it, I highly recommend you do. Anyway, I digress. This story reminded me of Small Soldiers, but with a dash of Ted and...

  • Hanlin
    Sep 24, 2016

    Imagine the indestructibility of the Terminator crossed with the suave wit of James Bond. Add a dash of Bruce Willis in Die Hard and a sprinkle of Liam Neeson in Taken. What do you have? The greatest hero of all-time (or the last thirty minutes at least). Also, he?s a teddy bear....

    OMG, I think this might be my favorite graphic novel ever, I LOVE Mr. Stuffins! Hysterical, heartwarming and adorable! My favorite line is "Never doubt that one bear can change the WORLD!" ...

    Oh my god this comic was awesome. Loved it. Have you ever seen the movie Small Soldiers? It came out in 1998. A young Kirsten Dunst was in it. If you haven?t seen it, I highly recommend you do. Anyway, I digress. This story reminded me of Small Soldiers, but with a dash of Ted and...

    11-8-13 Mr. Stuffins is a graphic novel set in a big city. Zachary is an innocent young boy who goes to the store with his dad and ends up getting an evil teddy bear. Mr. Stuffins is very cute teddy bear, but sometimes could be dangerous. Mr. Stuffins is not who you think he is. He?...

    I love gun-toting teddy bears, and although the plot on this one wasn't nearly as satisfying as, say, a Toy Story movie or a Kate Dicamillo book, it was functional. I think what seems cliche to jaded adults like me is still exciting to kids. The deal is that a variety of bad guys a...

    Extreme violence...albeit cartoon (after all, this is a comic book, oh, excuse me, graphic novel). Extreme language and sensitive topics that are no longer considered sensitive by today's insensitive standards. I really wanted to like this--such a cool premise: a Teddy Ruxpin-like bear...

    Mr. Stuffins is a great little story about a teddy bear who gets his information disc switched with that of one of the world's greatest secret agents. It's a really fun and funny book, and I almost gave it four stars, but I dropped it down to three because as much as the writing is gre...

    Cute and fun idea. I didn't really roll with the impossibly unbelievable action scenes. I know they are part of the mixed genres represented here, but, a teady bear? Maybe the animation was too realistic... Stuffins had decent dialogue when he wasn't fighting, and I definitely felt the...

    This was hilarious- a scientist learns that his A.I. project is going to be used for military robots, so he runs away & hides his device in a talking stuffed bear in a toy store. The boy who buys the bear gets more than a talking toy- he gets a secret agent disguised as a bear! ...

    I really fell in love with the idea of Mr. Stuffins, but unfortunately the book didn't live up to my expectations. I still chuckled a few times, but I thought there was going to be more funny stuff... Still worth a look! ...

    Unusual graphic novel for teens about a teddy bear who's part spy, part smart-ass. But he's determinded to save Zach from the NSA...you'll never look at teddy bears the same way again. Hilarious!! ...

    I want a Mr. Stuffins of my very own. ...

    Silly, fluff, with a little plot thrown in for good measure. ...

    The plot was run-of-the mill, but Mr. Stuffins is one tough teddie! Fun stuff! ...

    wasn't feeling it till the kid stole the scooter, then it was just hilarious, until the whole Cinco de Mayo thing started, and didn't stop! skimmed the rest it was so annoying. ...

    The drawings are standard stuff, nothing to remember really. The story however, it's a stupid idea but it comes off great with just the right amount of humor and action. ...

    I really liked this, a mix of Ted and James Bond. Kind of. At its heart, it is a story about family and I had fun with it, this Teddy kicks ass. ...

    ursinhos de peluche IAs avançadas conspiração de armamentos... kitsch e divertido. ...

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  • Jimmy Brown
    Jul 31, 2015

    Imagine the indestructibility of the Terminator crossed with the suave wit of James Bond. Add a dash of Bruce Willis in Die Hard and a sprinkle of Liam Neeson in Taken. What do you have? The greatest hero of all-time (or the last thirty minutes at least). Also, he?s a teddy bear....

    OMG, I think this might be my favorite graphic novel ever, I LOVE Mr. Stuffins! Hysterical, heartwarming and adorable! My favorite line is "Never doubt that one bear can change the WORLD!" ...

    Oh my god this comic was awesome. Loved it. Have you ever seen the movie Small Soldiers? It came out in 1998. A young Kirsten Dunst was in it. If you haven?t seen it, I highly recommend you do. Anyway, I digress. This story reminded me of Small Soldiers, but with a dash of Ted and...

    11-8-13 Mr. Stuffins is a graphic novel set in a big city. Zachary is an innocent young boy who goes to the store with his dad and ends up getting an evil teddy bear. Mr. Stuffins is very cute teddy bear, but sometimes could be dangerous. Mr. Stuffins is not who you think he is. He?...

    I love gun-toting teddy bears, and although the plot on this one wasn't nearly as satisfying as, say, a Toy Story movie or a Kate Dicamillo book, it was functional. I think what seems cliche to jaded adults like me is still exciting to kids. The deal is that a variety of bad guys a...

    Extreme violence...albeit cartoon (after all, this is a comic book, oh, excuse me, graphic novel). Extreme language and sensitive topics that are no longer considered sensitive by today's insensitive standards. I really wanted to like this--such a cool premise: a Teddy Ruxpin-like bear...

    Mr. Stuffins is a great little story about a teddy bear who gets his information disc switched with that of one of the world's greatest secret agents. It's a really fun and funny book, and I almost gave it four stars, but I dropped it down to three because as much as the writing is gre...

    Cute and fun idea. I didn't really roll with the impossibly unbelievable action scenes. I know they are part of the mixed genres represented here, but, a teady bear? Maybe the animation was too realistic... Stuffins had decent dialogue when he wasn't fighting, and I definitely felt the...

    This was hilarious- a scientist learns that his A.I. project is going to be used for military robots, so he runs away & hides his device in a talking stuffed bear in a toy store. The boy who buys the bear gets more than a talking toy- he gets a secret agent disguised as a bear! ...

    I really fell in love with the idea of Mr. Stuffins, but unfortunately the book didn't live up to my expectations. I still chuckled a few times, but I thought there was going to be more funny stuff... Still worth a look! ...

    Unusual graphic novel for teens about a teddy bear who's part spy, part smart-ass. But he's determinded to save Zach from the NSA...you'll never look at teddy bears the same way again. Hilarious!! ...

    I want a Mr. Stuffins of my very own. ...

    Silly, fluff, with a little plot thrown in for good measure. ...

    The plot was run-of-the mill, but Mr. Stuffins is one tough teddie! Fun stuff! ...

    wasn't feeling it till the kid stole the scooter, then it was just hilarious, until the whole Cinco de Mayo thing started, and didn't stop! skimmed the rest it was so annoying. ...

    The drawings are standard stuff, nothing to remember really. The story however, it's a stupid idea but it comes off great with just the right amount of humor and action. ...

    I really liked this, a mix of Ted and James Bond. Kind of. At its heart, it is a story about family and I had fun with it, this Teddy kicks ass. ...

  • Mike Miller
    Mar 16, 2017

    Imagine the indestructibility of the Terminator crossed with the suave wit of James Bond. Add a dash of Bruce Willis in Die Hard and a sprinkle of Liam Neeson in Taken. What do you have? The greatest hero of all-time (or the last thirty minutes at least). Also, he?s a teddy bear....

    OMG, I think this might be my favorite graphic novel ever, I LOVE Mr. Stuffins! Hysterical, heartwarming and adorable! My favorite line is "Never doubt that one bear can change the WORLD!" ...

    Oh my god this comic was awesome. Loved it. Have you ever seen the movie Small Soldiers? It came out in 1998. A young Kirsten Dunst was in it. If you haven?t seen it, I highly recommend you do. Anyway, I digress. This story reminded me of Small Soldiers, but with a dash of Ted and...

    11-8-13 Mr. Stuffins is a graphic novel set in a big city. Zachary is an innocent young boy who goes to the store with his dad and ends up getting an evil teddy bear. Mr. Stuffins is very cute teddy bear, but sometimes could be dangerous. Mr. Stuffins is not who you think he is. He?...

    I love gun-toting teddy bears, and although the plot on this one wasn't nearly as satisfying as, say, a Toy Story movie or a Kate Dicamillo book, it was functional. I think what seems cliche to jaded adults like me is still exciting to kids. The deal is that a variety of bad guys a...

    Extreme violence...albeit cartoon (after all, this is a comic book, oh, excuse me, graphic novel). Extreme language and sensitive topics that are no longer considered sensitive by today's insensitive standards. I really wanted to like this--such a cool premise: a Teddy Ruxpin-like bear...

    Mr. Stuffins is a great little story about a teddy bear who gets his information disc switched with that of one of the world's greatest secret agents. It's a really fun and funny book, and I almost gave it four stars, but I dropped it down to three because as much as the writing is gre...

    Cute and fun idea. I didn't really roll with the impossibly unbelievable action scenes. I know they are part of the mixed genres represented here, but, a teady bear? Maybe the animation was too realistic... Stuffins had decent dialogue when he wasn't fighting, and I definitely felt the...

    This was hilarious- a scientist learns that his A.I. project is going to be used for military robots, so he runs away & hides his device in a talking stuffed bear in a toy store. The boy who buys the bear gets more than a talking toy- he gets a secret agent disguised as a bear! ...

    I really fell in love with the idea of Mr. Stuffins, but unfortunately the book didn't live up to my expectations. I still chuckled a few times, but I thought there was going to be more funny stuff... Still worth a look! ...

    Unusual graphic novel for teens about a teddy bear who's part spy, part smart-ass. But he's determinded to save Zach from the NSA...you'll never look at teddy bears the same way again. Hilarious!! ...

    I want a Mr. Stuffins of my very own. ...

    Silly, fluff, with a little plot thrown in for good measure. ...

    The plot was run-of-the mill, but Mr. Stuffins is one tough teddie! Fun stuff! ...

    wasn't feeling it till the kid stole the scooter, then it was just hilarious, until the whole Cinco de Mayo thing started, and didn't stop! skimmed the rest it was so annoying. ...

    The drawings are standard stuff, nothing to remember really. The story however, it's a stupid idea but it comes off great with just the right amount of humor and action. ...

    I really liked this, a mix of Ted and James Bond. Kind of. At its heart, it is a story about family and I had fun with it, this Teddy kicks ass. ...

    ursinhos de peluche IAs avançadas conspiração de armamentos... kitsch e divertido. ...

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  • Read1 Everyday
    Aug 06, 2015

    Imagine the indestructibility of the Terminator crossed with the suave wit of James Bond. Add a dash of Bruce Willis in Die Hard and a sprinkle of Liam Neeson in Taken. What do you have? The greatest hero of all-time (or the last thirty minutes at least). Also, he?s a teddy bear....

    OMG, I think this might be my favorite graphic novel ever, I LOVE Mr. Stuffins! Hysterical, heartwarming and adorable! My favorite line is "Never doubt that one bear can change the WORLD!" ...

    Oh my god this comic was awesome. Loved it. Have you ever seen the movie Small Soldiers? It came out in 1998. A young Kirsten Dunst was in it. If you haven?t seen it, I highly recommend you do. Anyway, I digress. This story reminded me of Small Soldiers, but with a dash of Ted and...

    11-8-13 Mr. Stuffins is a graphic novel set in a big city. Zachary is an innocent young boy who goes to the store with his dad and ends up getting an evil teddy bear. Mr. Stuffins is very cute teddy bear, but sometimes could be dangerous. Mr. Stuffins is not who you think he is. He?...

    I love gun-toting teddy bears, and although the plot on this one wasn't nearly as satisfying as, say, a Toy Story movie or a Kate Dicamillo book, it was functional. I think what seems cliche to jaded adults like me is still exciting to kids. The deal is that a variety of bad guys a...

    Extreme violence...albeit cartoon (after all, this is a comic book, oh, excuse me, graphic novel). Extreme language and sensitive topics that are no longer considered sensitive by today's insensitive standards. I really wanted to like this--such a cool premise: a Teddy Ruxpin-like bear...

    Mr. Stuffins is a great little story about a teddy bear who gets his information disc switched with that of one of the world's greatest secret agents. It's a really fun and funny book, and I almost gave it four stars, but I dropped it down to three because as much as the writing is gre...

    Cute and fun idea. I didn't really roll with the impossibly unbelievable action scenes. I know they are part of the mixed genres represented here, but, a teady bear? Maybe the animation was too realistic... Stuffins had decent dialogue when he wasn't fighting, and I definitely felt the...

    This was hilarious- a scientist learns that his A.I. project is going to be used for military robots, so he runs away & hides his device in a talking stuffed bear in a toy store. The boy who buys the bear gets more than a talking toy- he gets a secret agent disguised as a bear! ...

    I really fell in love with the idea of Mr. Stuffins, but unfortunately the book didn't live up to my expectations. I still chuckled a few times, but I thought there was going to be more funny stuff... Still worth a look! ...

    Unusual graphic novel for teens about a teddy bear who's part spy, part smart-ass. But he's determinded to save Zach from the NSA...you'll never look at teddy bears the same way again. Hilarious!! ...

    I want a Mr. Stuffins of my very own. ...

    Silly, fluff, with a little plot thrown in for good measure. ...

    The plot was run-of-the mill, but Mr. Stuffins is one tough teddie! Fun stuff! ...

    wasn't feeling it till the kid stole the scooter, then it was just hilarious, until the whole Cinco de Mayo thing started, and didn't stop! skimmed the rest it was so annoying. ...

    The drawings are standard stuff, nothing to remember really. The story however, it's a stupid idea but it comes off great with just the right amount of humor and action. ...

    I really liked this, a mix of Ted and James Bond. Kind of. At its heart, it is a story about family and I had fun with it, this Teddy kicks ass. ...

    ursinhos de peluche IAs avançadas conspiração de armamentos... kitsch e divertido. ...

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