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by Bridget FinneganA coloring book that you can actually color! Animals are the stars of this lively, funny book. Drawing inspiration from such diverse sources as Marie Antoinette, NASA, Botticelli, art deco and Mother Nature. Beautiful vines and plants intersect with insects and patterns throughout this world where monkeys knit mittens for lions and rhinos wear waders. Finnegan has created a book that is: - Fun for grown ups of all ages - Designed for optimal coloring - Staple binded for coloring all the w... more
by Charles BrubakerKatrina is the adventurous feline princess of St. Paws, watched over by Chiro (a batty bat) and Kuma (whose love for haiku is only matched by his love of eating). Now they've been stranded in our world! Can Kat's new human friend Jackson help them survive? Will Jackson be able to survive his new friends? Read the first volume of The Fuzzy Princess and find out!
by Charles Brubaker
Ask a Cat is a comic strip where people can finally get answers from a cat. Ever wondered why cats love boxes? Or what cats think of humans? Or what they really think of dogs? Wonder no more, as Cat answers them all.
by Kevin Sacco
Kevin Sacco has recreated 1960's Upper West Side, Manhattan in his wordless graphic novel. Set against the backdrop of a complicated family life, Sacco's 7 year old protagonist encounters a cast of neighborhood characters including bullies, pimps, Holocaust survivors and unexpected child friends-all in the company of his companion-protector, Josephine, the family's maid... Until the lingering shadows in the boy's live turn very dark indeed.
by K. Thor JensenCloud Stories is the first new collection of comics by K. Thor Jensen in ten years. A thematically-connected journey through the upper atmosphere, it veers wildly between slapstick comedy, creeping horror and otherworldly fantasy. Drawn in a staggering array of visual styles, this is a collection unlike anything you've ever read.
by Larry FeignEverything you know about Hong Kong history is wrong! Did Britain colonize the wrong island? Did Chinese refugees come to the right place? And where can I get one of those cool Handover t-shirts? All these are answered in these politically incorrect stories by award-winning cartoonist Larry Feign
by Larry Feign
Seven classic tales and legends told the Hong Kong way:
- The Three Little Capitalist Pigs
- The Tale of Ah-Laddin
- The Wizard of Wah's
- Jack and the Soy Bean Stalk
- Little Red Guard Riding Hood
- The Mon(k)ey King
- A Hong Kong Christmas Carol
by Larry Feign
20th ANNIVERSARY OF THE HANDOVER EDITION
THE END OF EMPIRE...and of cartoons as we know them! Find out what really happened during those final days as the countdown clock ticked. Includes the entire series of cartoons written during the last 100 days, as appeared in Time, The Independent, and Geo. You’ll laugh at this book almost as loud as Chinese leaders laugh at Hong Kong people’s calls for democracy!
by Edward HenrionThe life and times of Mickey Rat, an immigrant in the USA, who thought the streets would be paved with cheese (they were not). His adventures and final fate are told and illustrated without regard for political correctness in this hard-hitting book of penetrating satire.
by Red RohlFrench fries, giants, football, and Ancient Egypt ... these are just a few of the worldly distractions that capture Red's wandering mind. After 25 years of sketching and a history of never finishing projects, Red finally focuses - creating the sequel to the ultimate graphic novel anthology. The pages are jam-packed full of engaging stories on American Folklore, Cyclops, Einstein, Grendel & more. Accompanied by hundreds of captivating sketches, Mini-Comics, Drawing Tips, Facts, and Spoofs. ... more
by TMU WorkshopBeatrice Shaw is searching for her missing sister, Melodie, last seen employed at a workhouse run by shadowy industrialist, Henri Dubré inventor of The Marionette Units. He has forged man and machine together to create an abominable dream of never-ending efficiency. As Beatrice enters this terrifying world, she must find a way to break free of the clutches around her and confront Dubré before all hope is lost of ever finding her sister again.
by Sedrie DanielleThis is the first book in the illustrated novelette series Civic Duties, which follows Lancelot to the Batallica Hotel where his new lady Vera awaits him. Upon his arrival, he finds that he has been set up by the Vedmak Club and must shoot his way out of the situation.
by Young Hyo Jung
Do you believe what you see is real?
Even though it seems like the answer is given, there is no evidence that our live is real.
We make awkward regulations and concepts, while struggling in our dream, and could it be that we comfort ourselves believing and naturally accepting that the dream is real?
None of the scientist know about the universe before the Bing bang and the formation of end of the universe. Our main character is faced with reality that has no stability and merc... more
by Graham HarropLiving Together After Retirement (or, There's a Spouse in the House!) is offered as a public service to help couples cope with more together time than they'd ever dreamed of... From award-winning cartoonist Graham Harrop
by Graham HarropCanada turns 150 years old in 2017! Cartoonist Graham Harrop takes a whimsical look at the celebrations through the eyes of some of Canada's iconic wildlife in this colourful birthday party of a book.