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Kung Fu Panda 2: The Novel by Tracey WestReview : Kung Fu Panda 2 : The Novel
Format paperback 128 pages
Published April 28th 2011 by Penguin Group (USA) Incorporated
ISBN0843198591 (ISBN13: 9780843198591)
edition language English
Po and The Furious Five have a brand-new foe. Lae Shen and his powerful cannon are more powerful than kung fu, so how can our heroes defeat them? The answer lies in Pos mysterious past. Fans can relive all the adventure, humor, and heart of the movie in this wildly entertaining novel featuring 8 pages of gorgeous full-color photos from the movie!
In Kung Fu Panda 2, Po’s dream to be the Dragon Warrior has come true. He is protecting The Valley of Peace with his friends and the other kung fu masters, known as “The Furious Five.” Everything is going well in Po’s happy life, but there is a new villain who has a secret weapon which will take over China and wipe out kung fu. Po has to figure out how to defeat this villain who seems like he can’t be stopped. First he must look back at his own past. After that, he has a chance to succeed.
Fortunately, the story isn’t just a matter of defeating this new villain; it also has a lot to do with Po’s inner battle and faltering confidence when he learns that he was abandoned as a baby panda. Upon this revelation (from a repressed memory knowingly triggered by the wily Shen), Po unavoidably reacts in the same way as many adopted children. He doubts his own identity and purpose and becomes consumed by the fact that his biological parents didn’t want him at all. With help from Shifu, Po learns to overcome these doubts and find inner peace before gathering his strength to defeat Lord Shen.
Po is a very lovely character and in this sequel, the secret about Po’s birth and his childhood appearance are very interesting Also, Po’s slapstick comedy and the Furious Five’s remarkable activities amused people. Unfortunately, the storyline was pretty obvious. Po and Tigress were in the spotlight and the Furious Five didn’t have that much action in this novel
Kung Fu Panda 2’s strong point is that each character is very individual and people are attracted to them.
most adults will enjoy it along with their children too
Rating 4 stars
Kung Fu Panda 2
In the film, Po and the Furious Five battle an evil white peacock king named Lord Shen who has a powerful weapon that he plans to conquer China with. Meanwhile, Po discovers a terrifying secret about his past, and discovers that Shen has something to do with it. The film was the highest-grossing animated feature film of the year and was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Animated Feature at the 84th Academy Awards , losing to Rango. It was followed by Kung Fu Panda 3 in Lord Shen, the scion of a peacock clan that rules Gongmen City in ancient China , seeks to weaponize his family's recently invented fireworks. After discovering from the court's goat soothsayer that "a warrior of black-and-white" will defeat him if he does not change his ways, Shen leads an army of wolves to exterminate the panda population to avert the prophecy. Shen's parents are horrified by this atrocity and exile him as punishment.
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Therefore, it takes some really good writing to make us at the very least fascinated with someone who is a complete psychopath. With that being said, I introduce you to the subject of this latest segment in our Villain Vignettes series: Lord Shen. - Lord Shen is the main antagonist in Kung Fu Panda 2.
Any act of adding this villain to the Pure Evil category without a proposal or creating a proposal for this villain without the permission of an administrator will result in a ban. He is an evil, disowned and manipulative peacock prince who wanted to take over China and destroy Kung Fu with his cannons. He is Po's second enemy, the Soothsayer's former master and the Wolves ' leader. Shen is shown to be smart, ambitious, intellectual and supremely lethal. His past forged in him the notion that he had been wronged, and that the world owed him something, and he sought to do everything in his power to take it.