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Dive into the first, award-winning, all-ages adventure of the Nektons, a multiethnic family of daring aquanauts, as their hunt for a dragon begins. Will they find what they're looking for? Will they teach a fish to fetch? Will they be accidentally eaten? Find out here. "Strikes just the right balance between smart, funny, and menacing..." - MTV Geek
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Greenland. Strange reports of monster sightings have the locals in a panic. Fortunately, the Nekton family have arrived aboard their state-of-the-art (and oh so shiny) submarine. If anyone can get to the bottom, literally, of the mystery, it's these deep-sea explorers. "Takes us to what can only be described as new depths of ageless family entertainment" - Comic Booked
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The thing about monster hunting that no one ever contemplates is; what happens if you actually find a monster? Down there in the darkness, deeper than any human was ever supposed to go, the Nektons have found the unexpected... and it has found them. The Deep: here Be Dragons, winner of the Aurealis Award 'For Best Graphic Novel', concludes here. "The Deep: Here be Dragons is without a doubt, unequivocally, hands down the most enthralling and enjoyable comic that I have read in a very, VERY long time." - Geek Of Oz
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My family are explorers. We have been for generations. Some argue that there is nowhere left to explore, that everything on Earth that can be discovered has already been found. They say that to truly explore we need to leave our planet. While others look up to the starts, my family know that there are also an infinite number of things that shine brightly in the darkness blow. Most of our world lies unexplored, unexplained. There are things lurking in the seas that have only ever been spoken of in myth. We explore... THE DEEP.
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Two people. A train station. An unattended Briefcase. Prejudice versus Preservation. In the war on terror, will suspicion and fear win out? "Like Watchmen, it uses a simple 9 panel grid on almost every page, but you won't even notice. I mean, this is just two people talking at an empty suburban space, yet you'll be lost in the world it creates." - Comic Book Jesus "Brief Cases, late trains, and small talk add up to what is probably the best comic of the year! Taylor and Wilson collaborate to create one of the most tension filled comics I have ever read." - The Outhouse.com "This book should be used in writing classes everywhere, and should be the primary example (no pun intended) for aspiring comic writers to reference when trying to learn how to write dramatic and compelling dialogue." - Newsarama "...as effing good as the accolades suggest." - Broken Frontier
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