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Captain Underpants 2 Books Collection Set RRP: £18.98 Brand New Titles in This Set Captain Underpants and the Revolting Revenge of the Radioactive Robo-Boxers Captain Underpants and the Terrifying Return of Tippy Tinkletrousers


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Captain Underpants 2 Books Collection Set RRP: £18.98 Brand New Titles in This Set Captain Underpants and the Revolting Revenge of the Radioactive Robo-Boxers Captain Underpants and the Terrifying Return of Tippy Tinkletrousers

30 review for Captain Underpants Childrens 2 Books Collection Set NEW Radioactive Robo-Boxers

  1. 4 out of 5

    Spencer Orey

    My kid still loves everything about this series. It gets really weird in this one! A lot of bizarre time travel on an evil pair of pants and big funny antics in the dinosaur times.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Kira Simion

    [Re-reading for fun because why not?] Cute, I love easy-read comics, children books are easy on the brain and most times I can relax even more. A little meh compared to the other books I've read in the series, but to be fair, I am older so....yeah. [Re-reading for fun because why not?] Cute, I love easy-read comics, children books are easy on the brain and most times I can relax even more. A little meh compared to the other books I've read in the series, but to be fair, I am older so....yeah.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Melissa Chung

    Book 10 of my Captain Underpants marathon fir my children. At the end of book 9, Tippy Tinkletrousers our villain from book 3.... or is it 4? (I’ll have to look it up again). Tippy a.k.a. Professor Poopy Pants is seeking revenge and wants to destroy Captain Underpants. Unfortunately, when trying to do so he ruins the future buy time warping to the past. In book 10, Tippy tries to fix his error and also destroy his nemesis. All in all it was okay. Not good enough to rave about, but not awful. Hop Book 10 of my Captain Underpants marathon fir my children. At the end of book 9, Tippy Tinkletrousers our villain from book 3.... or is it 4? (I’ll have to look it up again). Tippy a.k.a. Professor Poopy Pants is seeking revenge and wants to destroy Captain Underpants. Unfortunately, when trying to do so he ruins the future buy time warping to the past. In book 10, Tippy tries to fix his error and also destroy his nemesis. All in all it was okay. Not good enough to rave about, but not awful. Hopefully book 11 is better.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Chris

    This tenth epic Captain Underpants novel jumps in right where the ninth one left off, with a time-traveling Tippy Tinkletrousers having apparently and inadvertently vanquished our hero for all time. Fortunately, both the good guys and the bad guys in the story have access to time travel machines, so the action picks up with a complicated, convoluted quest to restore things to their rightful order. Over the course of the wacky adventure, we get two versions of Captain Underpants fighting side by s This tenth epic Captain Underpants novel jumps in right where the ninth one left off, with a time-traveling Tippy Tinkletrousers having apparently and inadvertently vanquished our hero for all time. Fortunately, both the good guys and the bad guys in the story have access to time travel machines, so the action picks up with a complicated, convoluted quest to restore things to their rightful order. Over the course of the wacky adventure, we get two versions of Captain Underpants fighting side by side, three versions of Tippy working together against George and Harold at the same time, and the true stories behind: the big bang at the creation of the universe, the extinction of the dinosaurs, the start of the last ice age, the first caveman paintings on cave walls (in France), the world's first comic, and more. And, of course, the book has plenty of patented Flip-O-Rama, action, humor, graphic novel sections, and ridiculous fun. "Wow!" said George. "You mean it's that easy? All you have to do is make up your mind and stick to it, and you can change the future?" "Yeah, I guess so," said Harold. view larger Chapter 2 Let's Get Serious, Folks! Did you ever notice how grown-ups hate it when kids are having fun? Seriously, when was the last time you were doing something fun and some adult came over and made you stop? If you're like most kids, you're probably reading this very book because some adult wanted you to quit playing video games or watching TV. If you don't believe me, try this experiment: Grab a few of your friends, go into the corner of a room, and start goofing around. Make some noise! Start laughing and cheering and maybe shout out a "Woo-hoo!" or two. It's been scientifically proven that 89.4 percent of all grown-ups will drop whatever they're doing and rush over to put a stop to whatever "nonsense" you're up to. You have to wonder, why are most grown-ups like this? Weren't they ever kids themselves? Didn't they enjoy laughing and cheering and goofing around when they were young? If so, when did they stop? And why? Now, I certainly can't speak for all adults, but I'm going to anyway. I think it's a lot easier for adults to stomp out someone else's fun than it is for them to reflect on their own lives and figure out where it all went so miserably wrong. It's just too depressing for grown-ups to ponder all the decades of compromises, failures, laziness, fear, and regrettable choices that slowly transformed them from running, jumping, laughing, fun-loving kids into grumpy, complaining, calorie-counting, easily offended, peace-and-quiet-demanding grouches. In other words, it's harder to look within yourself than it is to shout, "HEY, YOU KIDS, CUT THAT OUT!" Keeping this in mind, you might not want to smile or laugh while reading this book. And when you get to the Flip-O-Rama parts, I suggest you flip with a bored, disinterested look on your face or some adult will probably take this book away from you and make you read Sarah, Plain and Tall instead. Don't say I didn't warn you. [Book titles pictured in the illustrations: Lose Weight While Blaming Others and 7 Steps to Living a Marginally Less Unfulfilled Life]

  5. 4 out of 5

    Barbara

    This series just keeps getting better and better, and while much of the humor isn't really my cup of tea, it's impossible not to be amused by the adventures of George and Harold, not to mention Captain Underpants and the many versions of Tippy Tinkletrousers. Readers will surely hoot in glee at the various iterations of this villain as they peek out from his unzipped pants. The focus of this volume is a revisionist history behind the Ice Age, the extinction of the dinosaurs, and other bits conce This series just keeps getting better and better, and while much of the humor isn't really my cup of tea, it's impossible not to be amused by the adventures of George and Harold, not to mention Captain Underpants and the many versions of Tippy Tinkletrousers. Readers will surely hoot in glee at the various iterations of this villain as they peek out from his unzipped pants. The focus of this volume is a revisionist history behind the Ice Age, the extinction of the dinosaurs, and other bits concerning early humans. Middle grade readers will especially enjoy the Flip-O-Rama that allows them to animate a few pages' worth of drawings. Even the chapter titles are witty; for instance, "Have an Ice Day!" (p. 158).

  6. 5 out of 5

    Renee

    My son (6) and I (the Mom) reviewed this book for http://MotherDaughterBookReviews.com Here's what we have to say: ON SAYS: Tippy Tinkletrousers, Captain Underpants, George, Harold,and their little pets keep traveling back and forth through time. There were lots of different sizes of Tippy Tinkletrousers and there were old and new Captain Underpants, Harolds, and Georges and they met in the future. I liked all the pictures – they make the story funnier. My favorites are the Flip-O-Ramas. They are My son (6) and I (the Mom) reviewed this book for http://MotherDaughterBookReviews.com Here's what we have to say: ON SAYS: Tippy Tinkletrousers, Captain Underpants, George, Harold,and their little pets keep traveling back and forth through time. There were lots of different sizes of Tippy Tinkletrousers and there were old and new Captain Underpants, Harolds, and Georges and they met in the future. I liked all the pictures – they make the story funnier. My favorites are the Flip-O-Ramas. They are fun and I like doing them. I really liked the cave drawings that Harold and George drew. It was cool seeing Ook and Gluk because I like that book too. I liked the part where George and Harold were explaining to the cave people what they had to do to defeat Tippy Tinkletrousers. I liked how there was a lot of Tippy’s like Mega-Tippy, Tiny-Tippy, and Supa Mega Tippy, Slightly Younger Tiny Tippy, Big Tippy. It was also funny how George and Harold meet themselves in the future and learn that they are teachers. The song in the book, “I’m Smarter Than You” was my least favorite part of the story, because it was inappropriate. It had bad words like “dumber” and all of it is teasing and teasing is mean. This book was funny and I loved reading it. I want to read all the Captain Underpants books. I think all boys (kid boys) would like to read this book. MOM SAYS: My Thoughts: Well, I begrudgingly must admit that some of the issues I had with the first book do not seem to be as much of an issue in this book. George and Harold, who behave badly in the first book, really are the superheroes in this book. They spend the entire book working side-by-side with Captain Underpants and the cave people in defeating the evil Tippy Tinkletrousers. In fact, at their darkest hour they go so far as to say “We’re going to be responsible and mature from now on!” Of course, they change their mind when they meet their future selves, but you just have to read the book to see why. There is still potty humour (e.g., the name of the supervillain is Tippy Tinkletrousers) and the story itself is beyond ridiculous and silly, but there are truly laugh out loud moments. For example, I really enjoyed reading how the crater in the Yucatan peninsula REALLY was created. That being said, the storyline is pretty convaluted and confusing with the time traveling back and forth and the multiple selves that go along for the ride. In fact, even my son couldn’t really say what the story was about. I think his exact words were “I have no idea” when I asked. There is one thing in the book that even my son was taken aback by. As he mentioned in his review, there is the “I’m Smarter Than You” song near the end of the book. It actually made him uncomfortable – he didn’t find it funny and nor do I. He read the book before I did and he was telling me, “Mom, there’s a part that I really don’t like in the book and I know you won’t like it either.” He was right. It just didn’t need to be included – clearly it’s there simply to create controversy. I think you have to dig really deep to pull out a meaningful message. I keep hearing the argument about the underlying message of the books: friendship and loyalty; but really it’s just a story about good versus evil whose purpose is to entertain readers. I liken these books to candy. It has little nutritional value and it is consumed solely for the pleasure of it. So, at the end of the day, if my son reads through it, finds it amusing, and moves on to a better different book, then I can live with that. My Bottom Line: If your kid likes the Captain Underpants books, I can report that I do feel the 10th book has less of the issues I had with the earlier books in the series. There are definitely amusing parts to the book even for adults. It’s just not a genre that resonates with me. I would say these books could be read by children 7 and up, but there truly are better books out there. I’m sure your library has copies if you are desperate to read these books. I’m just sayin’. I will squeeze out 3 stars only because I have to be honest and say that I had less issues with this book and I did actually laugh out loud at more than a few parts. * This book was provided to us by a publicist free-of-charge in exchange for our honest review.*

  7. 4 out of 5

    Steve

    Pretty frickin' hilarious. Now I gotta go back and read the other 9 previous books. Pretty frickin' hilarious. Now I gotta go back and read the other 9 previous books.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Alan 김 승 주

    I own this book, it's a very interesting novel, we learn the "truth" of our universe, we go travel from the dinosaur age to the future. I own this book, it's a very interesting novel, we learn the "truth" of our universe, we go travel from the dinosaur age to the future.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Benjamin Honeycutt

    I read this out loud to my five year old brother. I loved these books growing up, but around fourth grade I distinctly remember my teachers no longer allowing these to be read for “credit.” This is a bummer. My brother is a hyperactive boy and it’s sometimes tough for him to stay focused on books. Captain Underpants is a major exception. This book went off the rails in a hurry and kept my brother engaged through all of the twists and turns, time travel, robots, dinosaurs, and journeys through cr I read this out loud to my five year old brother. I loved these books growing up, but around fourth grade I distinctly remember my teachers no longer allowing these to be read for “credit.” This is a bummer. My brother is a hyperactive boy and it’s sometimes tough for him to stay focused on books. Captain Underpants is a major exception. This book went off the rails in a hurry and kept my brother engaged through all of the twists and turns, time travel, robots, dinosaurs, and journeys through cro-magnon societies. My brother’s imaginative was humming through the story and he was so excited every time there was a new comic, new twist, and new adventure in the story. Reading this book reminded me of my own joy I had reading these books when I was younger, and it made me wish I continued reading into the series longer than when it was decided I reached an “arbitrary” age limit for the series. When finished, my brother couldn’t wait for the next book in the series, and I’m unsure if there’s a better feeling when reading a new story. I rated this a four because I’m partial to the originals (classics), but that just might be the curmudgeon in me.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Moyosola Abolade

    This book was amazing but al little bit confusing! i loved how the book talked so much about time traveling i have always wondered how it felt but i guess George and Harold already did it for me, it was just sad when the paradactyl and the hamster got exploded into space and left her eggs behind but it was a very interesting story Keep it up Dav Pikley! NOTE: don't write their history on your history test! This book was amazing but al little bit confusing! i loved how the book talked so much about time traveling i have always wondered how it felt but i guess George and Harold already did it for me, it was just sad when the paradactyl and the hamster got exploded into space and left her eggs behind but it was a very interesting story Keep it up Dav Pikley! NOTE: don't write their history on your history test!

  11. 4 out of 5

    Alex

    I do not like this book because I did not like the part when Slightly Younger Tiny Tippy made himself be 120 feet tall. I enjoyed this book because I liked the part when old Captain Underpants saved Captain Underpants from being kicked around.

  12. 5 out of 5

    stormhawk

    Many mysteries are solved or made more mysteriouser! The death of the dinosaurs, global cooling, even the big kabloosh is unravelled right before your very eyes! And Flip-O-Rama.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Jeff Raymond

    I mean, okay. You know what you're getting into with Captain Underpants: slapstick comedy, gross-out humor, a celebration of art and being ridiculous. What you don't expect: a competent time-travel spoof (complete with competing time travel versions of characters) and a fun nod tweaking scientific tropes and concepts. As this is a very direct sequel to book nine, it's not something you can jump right in on, but as a tenth book that does a really fun job of restoring the whimsical aspects of the st I mean, okay. You know what you're getting into with Captain Underpants: slapstick comedy, gross-out humor, a celebration of art and being ridiculous. What you don't expect: a competent time-travel spoof (complete with competing time travel versions of characters) and a fun nod tweaking scientific tropes and concepts. As this is a very direct sequel to book nine, it's not something you can jump right in on, but as a tenth book that does a really fun job of restoring the whimsical aspects of the story? Absolutely brilliant. This has been touted as what might be the last Captain Underpants story. Whether that's true remains to be seen, but if it is, it's a pretty solid way to go out.

  14. 4 out of 5

    ABC

    I got a little confused (okay, very confused) at the time continuum thing, also wondered if the hamster and the pterodactyl died. What keeps me up at night is: If the hamster and the pterodactyle caused the universe to begin, what caused the universe to begin the first time that resulted in their creation in the first place? Actually, it doesn't keep me awake at night. But it is something to think about. My son and I like the website www.pilkey.com. He likes it for the potty humor and I like it b I got a little confused (okay, very confused) at the time continuum thing, also wondered if the hamster and the pterodactyl died. What keeps me up at night is: If the hamster and the pterodactyle caused the universe to begin, what caused the universe to begin the first time that resulted in their creation in the first place? Actually, it doesn't keep me awake at night. But it is something to think about. My son and I like the website www.pilkey.com. He likes it for the potty humor and I like it because Pilkey has some wonderful things to say about child development. It is a neat site.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Ben

    It was a very back in time amazing book. I like it when Captian Underpant went back in time and met an older version of himself.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Xin

    very funny and the things in the book might be true

  17. 4 out of 5

    Yusuf

    Didn't like it theater much, was not that funny. Didn't like it theater much, was not that funny.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Gabriel

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Hi people, today i will be talking about the book Captain Underpants and Revolting Revenge Of Radioactive Robo Boxers. I chose this book because of how funny the cover of the book looks and how interesting it looks. This book is a non fiction superhero book. The characters of this book are George Beard, Harold Hutchins,Mr. Krupp,Captain Underpants,Tippy Tinkletrousers. The setting takes place in a school where George and Harold go. Two 4th graders named George Beard and Harold Hutchins who have Hi people, today i will be talking about the book Captain Underpants and Revolting Revenge Of Radioactive Robo Boxers. I chose this book because of how funny the cover of the book looks and how interesting it looks. This book is a non fiction superhero book. The characters of this book are George Beard, Harold Hutchins,Mr. Krupp,Captain Underpants,Tippy Tinkletrousers. The setting takes place in a school where George and Harold go. Two 4th graders named George Beard and Harold Hutchins who have created a hero. This ridiculous and amazing hero is known throughout the world. His name is Captain Underpants. After George, Harold,and Captain Underpants in a previous adventure. An Evil professor named Tippy Tinkletrousers was building a suit. The professor made a suit shaped as a giant pair of pants. The evil professor’s pants were also a time machine. The professor went back in time 5 years ago in George and Harold’s school. The professor went specifically in this time to stop the creation of Captain Underpants. To get rid of Captain Underpants Mr. Krupp the principle of George and Harold had to get fire. After Mr.Krupp got fired Mr.krupp was no longer George and Harold’s principal. So Captain Underpants won't be a thing in the present time. In the end of the story Captain Underpants managed to stop the Evil professor once again. George and Harold Help captain Underpants by planting a bomb on the Evil professor’s robot pants. After that George and Harold were transported back to their own timeline. After that George and Haroldd wanted to see if Captain underpants was still around after that battle with the professor. When they thought he wasn’t returning But then he pops out of nowhere and saves the day. I recommend this book for both boys because of how heroic Captain Underpants is hilarious it is. This book has many sequels and prequels. I think Boys will find this interesting to read because of how ridiculous it is. I believe that this book is inappropriate in middle school. because it’s not bad for kids in middle school and it suits how kids are. I believed that I did a good job at reading this book and I think I can do better. I think I can read more often because this book got my attention. I was bored. If there are other books out there like Captain Underpants then i can probably read more. This first marking period helped me realize that I should do better and keep reading.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Utena

    Real Rating: 4.5 Harold and George are back! This time we learn that Professor Tippy Tinkletrouser did not meet his unfortunate end as we had once thought in last book. Instead we find that the two zombie George and Harold actually stepped on a large packet of ketchup. We find Tippy Tinkletrouser in a bind. He has managed to scare some bullies and changed the course of history. In this set of events, he got Mr. Krupp fired and because of this there will be no Captain Underpants. So he decides to g Real Rating: 4.5 Harold and George are back! This time we learn that Professor Tippy Tinkletrouser did not meet his unfortunate end as we had once thought in last book. Instead we find that the two zombie George and Harold actually stepped on a large packet of ketchup. We find Tippy Tinkletrouser in a bind. He has managed to scare some bullies and changed the course of history. In this set of events, he got Mr. Krupp fired and because of this there will be no Captain Underpants. So he decides to go back to stop himself from scaring the bullies and returns ten minutes before his first appearance and presses the "Go Away!" button. He hides behind the school and waits. When the bullies appear, he freezes them and it is then the other version of him appears. He tells himself that he has come to stop him from scaring the bullies. He then proceeds to shrink the other version of himself and puts him in his pocket. To make this summary short, there is a time travel to 65 million years ago and another tiny Professor Tippy Tinkletrouser. Of course mix in Captain Underpants and you a recipe for hilarity and toilet humor all wrapped up in this issue. We have reached book ten in the series of Captain Underpants and I don't think these books could become any more funnier. Harold and George are still keeping me in stitches. It doesn't matter whether they are directly or indirectly involve with any of the trouble that seems to find them. I have come to enjoy these books and I have become a fan of Dav Pilkey. The boys are fun and engaging and keep you guessing exactly what is going to happen next in the book. You might think something happened at the end of the last book only to find out you have been fooled. I cannot wait to pick up the next book.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Kyle Christine

    Being another time travel story in the Captain Underpants series, this one is all topsy turvy. And I really mean time travel to the past and the future!!! Picking up right where the last book left off, and after experiencing some bizarre time traveling chaos, George, Harold and Captain Underpants are still facing off against their nemesis Tippy Tinkletrousers, who is still on his personal vendetta against them. While trying to convince the cavespeople to help them, George and Harold must do ever Being another time travel story in the Captain Underpants series, this one is all topsy turvy. And I really mean time travel to the past and the future!!! Picking up right where the last book left off, and after experiencing some bizarre time traveling chaos, George, Harold and Captain Underpants are still facing off against their nemesis Tippy Tinkletrousers, who is still on his personal vendetta against them. While trying to convince the cavespeople to help them, George and Harold must do everything they can to save the future, stop Tippy from his revenge, return home and save the world from destruction. Where the last book dealt with the boys in kindergarten, this one deals with two different eras (without giving any spoilers away). And it is handled really well. And the comic book sequence is done on the cavesmen's wall, which is a surprising twist on the boy's style of comics. And then we see that there is a prolongued final showdown throughout the entire novel with returning antagonist Tippy Tinkletrousers from the last book. And I found everything from start to finish to be really appealing. This one is probably one of the best written in the Captain Underpants series period. So if you guys are wanting to read a story involving time travel, returning villains, cavesmen and a trip to the future, give this book a read. It's a real page turner and it will totally take you through the ages.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Emily Ward

    Captain Underpants is a super hero that saves Harold and George from different and dangerous adventures. The book starts with Harold and George at school and wanting to leave, and by doing whatever means possible. The beginning of this book it is a comic book, that is made to look like it was made by Harold and George. The text is handwritten, but by a child, and the drawings aren't in full complete detail besides some shading of the characters. This book did not have any color besides black and Captain Underpants is a super hero that saves Harold and George from different and dangerous adventures. The book starts with Harold and George at school and wanting to leave, and by doing whatever means possible. The beginning of this book it is a comic book, that is made to look like it was made by Harold and George. The text is handwritten, but by a child, and the drawings aren't in full complete detail besides some shading of the characters. This book did not have any color besides black and white. After the comic part is over, it started like a normal chapter book, but there is an illustration on almost every page. It makes the text not as long on each page so it is easier to be read or maybe not as scary for beginning readers. I found this book to very entertaining and reccommend this book for children.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Raine Villanueva

    The story left off with Tippy Tinkletrousers (formerly Professor Poopypants in Book 4) being in a time where the villains successfully ruling the world but is looking for Captain Underpants to defeat him but he was not there. As he tries to go back in time, he was shocked that he found his other selves and they were going to join his team. George and Harold are going back through time again, along with Mr. Krupp, Sulu and Crackers to a time-travel adventure, from escaping in the prehistoric time The story left off with Tippy Tinkletrousers (formerly Professor Poopypants in Book 4) being in a time where the villains successfully ruling the world but is looking for Captain Underpants to defeat him but he was not there. As he tries to go back in time, he was shocked that he found his other selves and they were going to join his team. George and Harold are going back through time again, along with Mr. Krupp, Sulu and Crackers to a time-travel adventure, from escaping in the prehistoric times, meeting the cave people to create the world's first comic, and jumping through the future to fight Tippy. And there are some opinions that I want to know, like the narrator's perspective on kids and adults in Chapter 2, what children learned after George, Harold and Tippy altering the history, and the inclusion of the Oprah Winfrey Network on the meaning of misdirection.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Ian

    The tenth book in the Captain Underpants series was once again awesome! George, Harold, and captain Underpants went way back into time into the dinosaur ages! They were being chased by one of their main enemies. The team of three couldn’t defeat the enemy after them. There was no hope left for George, Harold, and Captain Underpants. However, George, and harold had found a huge group of cave people. George, and Harold convinced the cave people to help them defeat George’s, Harold’s, and Captain U The tenth book in the Captain Underpants series was once again awesome! George, Harold, and captain Underpants went way back into time into the dinosaur ages! They were being chased by one of their main enemies. The team of three couldn’t defeat the enemy after them. There was no hope left for George, Harold, and Captain Underpants. However, George, and harold had found a huge group of cave people. George, and Harold convinced the cave people to help them defeat George’s, Harold’s, and Captain Underpants’s main enemy there. With all the team work, and determination, the huge team had successfully defeated their enemy. The perseverance, and teamwork had made them save the day! Tra-La-Laaaaaa!!!

  24. 4 out of 5

    Robert

    Eh. We are in the time travel phase of this. Not only is it complicated to follow, it's boring. I believe Pilkey made a comment a few books ago about lazy authors using time travel. Whether he did or did not, it applies here. The "fun"/conflict is all associated with going back to the dinosaur times, moving forward 30 ears from now, and going back to before there was time. There are multiples of most of the characters. It was bedlam. Bombs went off killing the dinosaurs. The boys find out they beco Eh. We are in the time travel phase of this. Not only is it complicated to follow, it's boring. I believe Pilkey made a comment a few books ago about lazy authors using time travel. Whether he did or did not, it applies here. The "fun"/conflict is all associated with going back to the dinosaur times, moving forward 30 ears from now, and going back to before there was time. There are multiples of most of the characters. It was bedlam. Bombs went off killing the dinosaurs. The boys find out they become boring, disciplinarian teachers, and we have an explanation for the Big Bang Theory (Tinkletrousers blew up). In the end, Melvin shows up to help out. The series is not improving with this offering.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Mackenzie Nicklason

    This graphic novel is about 2 boys in elementary school that created the comic Captain Underpants. They made this comic come to life by hypnotizing their principal. Whenever someone snaps their fingers their principal appears as Captain Underpants. In this story Captain Underpants has to try and save the day because Tippy Tinkletrousers from a previous book went back in time preventing them from ever creating Captain Underpants. This science fiction story invloves robots, underwear, and time tra This graphic novel is about 2 boys in elementary school that created the comic Captain Underpants. They made this comic come to life by hypnotizing their principal. Whenever someone snaps their fingers their principal appears as Captain Underpants. In this story Captain Underpants has to try and save the day because Tippy Tinkletrousers from a previous book went back in time preventing them from ever creating Captain Underpants. This science fiction story invloves robots, underwear, and time travel. I thought this story was pretty entertaining, however it is not my tipical choice. I recommend this story for children 7-10 who enjoy comics and humor. This story does not really show diversity.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Indo

    this book is about 2 robots, one is big and one is small then the small one wants to revenge the big one, their mission is to kill captain underpants, this book is a very exiting book and the story is very creative and interesting, i really recommend this book to a person that likes to read fiction and cartoon cause you will love this book, their is also many more in the series if you want to read.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Alegra Loewenstein

    I thought this would be a kids book full of potty jokes and nothing else. Well, of course it is full of potty joke, but it is SO well done and funny and the author includes plenty of commentary for the adults, like (in the first book) comparing the elementary school to the juvenile detention center (except the juvenile detention center is better funded!). This book is surprisingly hilarious even for the old folks.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Jenny Clark

    So far, this series has been pretty fun, and it is maturing a little bit, a very little bit, with the later books. So, between these last 3 books, we have seen parallel universes and time travel galore. It's pretty fun, and a quick easy read. There is a little less of the really juvenile humor, such as poo and pee jokes and more of the older kid humor, though some is still eye roll worthy as an adult. Overall, a fun little series. Only two more to go! Tra la laaaaaa!!! So far, this series has been pretty fun, and it is maturing a little bit, a very little bit, with the later books. So, between these last 3 books, we have seen parallel universes and time travel galore. It's pretty fun, and a quick easy read. There is a little less of the really juvenile humor, such as poo and pee jokes and more of the older kid humor, though some is still eye roll worthy as an adult. Overall, a fun little series. Only two more to go! Tra la laaaaaa!!!

  29. 5 out of 5

    Thorny

    The earlier books in this series were so fun and silly for kids but they went way downhill with this one, with the exact same characters doing the exact same things over and over and over, turning each other bigger and smaller, traveling forward and backward through time. And the most charming thing about this series, the comics drawn by George and Harold, just goes away altogether. Probably won't even read 11 and 12 as this one was hard to finish. The earlier books in this series were so fun and silly for kids but they went way downhill with this one, with the exact same characters doing the exact same things over and over and over, turning each other bigger and smaller, traveling forward and backward through time. And the most charming thing about this series, the comics drawn by George and Harold, just goes away altogether. Probably won't even read 11 and 12 as this one was hard to finish.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Tiina

    This was really educational! I found out how dinosaurs were destroyed, what started the ice-age and how the universe was created (and other stuff too, but I don't want to spoil the whole story). Honestly, there were days when I disliked Captain Underpants, but those days are gone. In my opinion, this was the second most bestest Captain Underpants book ever. Flip-o-rama sound effects provided by 6-year old son. This was really educational! I found out how dinosaurs were destroyed, what started the ice-age and how the universe was created (and other stuff too, but I don't want to spoil the whole story). Honestly, there were days when I disliked Captain Underpants, but those days are gone. In my opinion, this was the second most bestest Captain Underpants book ever. Flip-o-rama sound effects provided by 6-year old son.

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