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A kite-flying contest is being held to celebrate the Chinese New Year, but the Fruit Fly boys try to cheat their way to victory. Written in graphic-novel format.
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It is discovered that dung beetles are missing from the ranch, and that the crime might be the work of Stinky McCree. Written in graphic-novel format.
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Tiger Moth works to solve the mystery of the unusual messages tucked inside the fortune cookies. Written in graphic-novel format.
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When the carnival comes to town, Tiger Moth and Kung Pow let their ninja guard down. But when this funfest turns out to be an evil trick, they must stop the show before the main attraction- the deadly Wing Kong!
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David is stuck with the world's worst babysitter. But when she accidentally zaps herself back in time, his problems are far from over. If she's still missing when his parents get back, they'll freak out! David and his friend, Ben, must blast into the past to save the stranded sitter.
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David's brother, Darrin, just invented a radio-controlled pooch. It performs tricks, mixes delicious smoothies, and grows 50 feet tall. When David's friend brings back a T. rex from the past, Robo-Dog 3000 turns into the ultimate fighting machine. It's beast versus bot in the smackdown of the century!
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In 1979 Ringer Publishing Paperbacks released Time for Frank and His Friend, the first collection of Clarence “Otis” Dooley’s legendary comic strip that wasn’t a reprint of his newspaper work. Well, it’s not 1979 anymore, but we’ve got first edition “deadstock” copies of this best-selling comic paperback. And it’s just as terrific as you remember! But don’t worry if you don’t remember it -- the strip and the cartoonist never existed! Since 2010, Curio & Co. has been creating entertainment collectibles from an alternate history that play with the power of nostalgia and re-create warm memories from childhood. These were the kind of comics that you hid behind the textbook in Mrs. Henderson’s Social Studies class. She’d always threaten to take it away if she saw it again, but she never did. (She was sweeter than we ever gave her credit for.)
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Introduction by Bill Maher. The world's first "Instant Graphic Novel!" When U.S. bombs started raining on the Taliban, Rall didn't just watch it on TV - he jumped on a plane straight to the war zone to get the real story for himself. But the only cartoonist to go to Afghanistan got more than he bargained for, way more than his previous gut-wrenching trip deep up the legendary Silk Road. Within days of arriving, armed men were hunting down journalists to murder and rob them. Waving funnies didn't help. From the gruesome spectacle of a Taliban prisoner blowing himself up with grenades to the hilarious image of mujahideen lining up for shaves and DVD porn a day after joining the Northern Alliance, you can count on Rall for a decidedly different take on this gritty war. To Afghanistan and Back features as its centerpiece a 50-page graphic novel travelogue of his experience as a cartoonist and war correspondent. It also includes Rall's articles, cartoons and photos as filed from the front for the Village Voice and syndicated throughout America.
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A cartoon collection from the Eisner Award- winning and New Yorker Magazine cartoonist Shannon Wheeler! Too Much Coffee Man, the long-underwear-clad hero who's been delighting fans for two decades, returns to the printed page in his first all-new adventures since having his life remade in opera form. Wheeler remains one of the best satirist of a generation, lending a hilariously cynical eye to Too Much Coffee Man's struggle to make sense of the ever-changing modern world - with a space octopus thrown in for good measure, of course.
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From Guillermo del Toro, Universal Brand Development, and DreamWorks Animation Television comes a graphic novel with further adventures for teenage Jim Lake, Jr., and the trolls from Netflix's original series, Trollhunters! Trollhunters executive producer and writer, Marc Guggenheim, and How to Train Your Dragon graphic novel writer, Richard Hamilton, work alongside Trollhunterscreator and executive producer Guillermo del Toro to co-write this companion tale to the Emmy-winning Netflix series! When fifteen-year-old teenager Jim Lake, Jr., stumbled upon a magical amulet that gave him a powerful suit of armor and the title of Trollhunter--defender of the good trolls--he began a journey that no human had ever taken. With his friends he has been discovering the mysteries of the Trolls that live beneath his hometown. The secrets of the great troll warriors of the past are crucial tools for the new Trollhunter, and the time has come for Jim to appreciate the battles of Kanjigar the Courageous, who through his own struggles, triumphs, and failures lead the trolls after the Battle of Killahead Bridge through unknown territory, across oceans and continents, and past fearsome foes! With his friends by his side, Jim continues the fight against the Gumm-Gumms and their allies!
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