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Josie and The Pussycats get an invitation to join the Pets! Find out what happens when the Dance Party at the Tiny Titans Tree House turns into a costume party!
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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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If you want to take your culinary skills from cook to master chef, you'll need to know a few things. Where can you get not just good, but the best wild garlic? What are the tried-and-true utensils every master chef's kitchen should have? Which recipe should you have in your back pocket for preparing to perfection at a moment's notice? What are the best wine pairings for your next dinner party? Aspiring chefs who need new tricks in the kitchen: You're not alone. Guillaume Long has asked and answered all your culinary questions. Cooking blogs and comics come together in To Drink and To Eat, the newest and most unique cookbook to add to your kitchen shelf.  
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Over 200 pages! All the new issues of the comic book series from based off the 1950’s classic! Long before Kirk, Spock, and those other guys went to school, Tom Corbett, Roger Manning, and Astro were attending Space Academy, in a TV series that sparked novels, comic strips, and merchandise. Tom is the charismatic leader of the team, Roger is the sharp-tongued navigator, and Astro controls engineering. The cadets have their first encounter with a dangerous new enemy with a surprising origin! This special digital edition features never before seen images and stories!
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The classic 1950's space adventures are back! Tom Corbett, Roger Manning, and Astro were attending Space Academy, in a TV series that sparked novels, comic strips, and merchandise. This edition is from October 1953, "The Space Traitor": Bob Keen is about to be commissioned into the Solar Guard, but helps his brother escape from a prison on the moon.
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The classic 1950's space adventures are back! Tom Corbett, Roger Manning, and Astro were attending Space Academy, in a TV series that sparked novels, comic strips, and merchandise. This edition is from January 1954, "Spaceship Graveyard": While patrolling the Saturn run the Polaris is wreaked by Space Junk and the cadets float to a planetoid with a magnetic graveyard.
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From November 1954, "The Forbidden Forest": Spaceships are crashing because pilots have space blindness due to lack of Vita Q, an element harvested in the swamps of Venus.
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From January 1953, "Lost Race of Assorians": Prof Thornton lost on Mars. Cadets and Martian Picpup search and find the Prof, a lost city and the outlaws of Bor Borito.
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From January 1953, "Lost Race of Assorians": Prof Thornton lost on Mars. Cadets and Martian Picpup search and find the Prof, a lost city and the outlaws of Bor Borito.
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From July 1953, "Blue Men of Tara": Alfie Higgins join the Polaris unit on Tara in Alpha Centuri system and discover a race of giant ants and blue caveman.
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The classic space hero from the 1950’s is back, with a new look but the same sense of high-spirited adventure. Tom Corbett, Roger Manning, and Astro were attending Space Academy, in a TV series that sparked novels, comic strips, and merchandise. Now for the first time the "Danger in Deep Space" mini series is combined into this trade paperback! If you can dream it, you can do it. That's Tom's motto, sometimes, when he's not being lazy that is. Tom Corbett is a real space cadet, out to lunch and completely unswayed by the needs of his crew. Well, it's not really his crew, but he'll do whatever it takes to change that
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If you can dream it, you can do it. That's Tom's motto, sometimes, when he's not being lazy that is. Tom Corbett is a real space cadet, out to lunch and completely unswayed by the needs of his crew. Well, it's not really his crew, but he'll do whatever it takes to change that.
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The reimagining of the classic Tom Corbett series continues. After the last exciting chapter, Tom and his friends are about to meet some creepy space pirates and they have no idea what they're in for. Oh yeah, and their captain is dead. Oh, and Tom is in charge. Things go from bad to worse!
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TO EVEN MORE WORSE! In the belly of the beast, Tom and his crew are about to learn just what kind of space pirate they're dealing with, as Tom makes things even worse than they were before. If you're ever in space and you meet a group of space pirates, don't flirt with, or try to sleep with, any space pirate's daughter. Got it?
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This is it. The final issue. Don't cry! If you want to see more, write your local congressperson. Take up a petition. The tale of Tom Corbett needs to be told and needs to be heard and you don't want to miss this. Can Tom save the day at the last minute? Or is this really the last issue ever? Crack open the pages and find out!!!!!!
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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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Enrique Sanchel Abuli and Jordi Bernet's masterpiece is a darkly humorous exploration of the criminal underbelly in 1930s New York City. Abuli's distinctive narrative builds the story over time and Bernet's masterful renditions of the title character and the city he inhabits are stunningly cinematic.
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Enrique Sanchel Abuli and Jordi Bernet's masterpiece is a darkly humorous exploration of the criminal underbelly in 1930s New York City. Abuli's distinctive narrative builds the story over time and Bernet's Masterful renditions of the title character and the city he inhabits are stunningly cinematic.
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Abuli and Bernet's masterpiece, Torpedo, is the story of Luca Torelli's rise from the gutters to become the top killer-for-hire in 1930s New York City. The Torpedo, along with his constant companion, Rascal, wreaks swift and terrible underworld justice on all those unfortunate enough to cross their paths. Abuli's stories are full of cruel and morbidly dark humor, and Bernet's art style is perfect for showcasing New York as both stylish and grim. Together they work seamlessly to create a classic and timeless series.
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Enrique Sanchel Abuli and Jordi Bernet's masterpiece is a darkly humorous exploration of the criminal underbelly in 1930s New York City. Abuli's distinctive narrative builds the story over time and Bernet's Masterful renditions of the title character and the city he inhabits are stunningly cinematic.
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Abuli and Bernet's masterpiece is a darkly humorous exploration of the criminal underbelly in 1930s New York City. Abuli's distinctive narrative builds the story over time and Bernet's masterful renditions of Torpedo and the city he inhabits are stunningly cinematic.
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Some people-and you know who we mean-were saying that we couldn't possibly go more classic with our tale of the Tremendous Trump. It's all fake news, so sad. We are bringing you the biggest, most beautiful retro-fied edition of the Tangerine Titan's premiere adventure, in all it's yellowed, off-register glory, now with bonus retro ads and sketches! We're doing the right thing, and it's not good for us, believe-okay, it IS good for us, but it's great for you too! Orange you glad we did it?
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About her career, Carrie Frances Fisher once said, "There is no point at which you can say, 'Well, I'm successful now. I might as well take a nap.'" Despite her well-documented struggle with addiction and bipolar disorder, Fisher managed to remain a powerful and relevant force in the arts. Known for her role as Princess Leia Organa in Star Wars and her humorous and acerbic writing, Fisher passed away on December 27, 2016 at the age of 60. Her death left millions of fans grieving, including her mother, Debbie Reynolds, 84, who died a day later. Fisher's story is both frustrating and touching.
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George Carlin’s cynical bite, envelope–pushing humor and love affair for language influenced practically every comedian for the past two generations and his legacy, illustrated in an upcoming Bluewater Productions biography comic on his life, firmly places him as one of the faces on the Mount Rushmore of comedy
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In this Tribute edition to the legend of comedy. Bluewater Productions takes a look at her amazing life, from her humble beginnings in Jamestown, NY, to her reign as the undisputed Queen of Comedy.
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The ground breaking comedy troupe that changed comedy forever is now immortalized in comic book form. Its....Comics: Monty Python's Flying Circus, follows the group from it's members various beginnings on the college stage to their pioneering television show, movies, breakup and their triumphant reformation.
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Sam Kinison was the most controversial comedian of his time, earning the ire of his critics and respect of his peers. Comics: Sam Kinison: Explores his rise from his humble roots as a preacher, to the excesses of his life as a Rock and Roll Comedian and his tragic death.
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Live from Bluewater, it's Saturday Night! That's right, Saturday Night Live, television's longest-running, highest-rated, most-awarded sketch comedy show is the latest subject of Tribute. From the Not Ready For Prime Time Players to the cultural relevance of modern day America, TRIBUTE: SNL takes you on a four decade-long journey through television history.
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The legendary physical farce and extreme slapstick of Moe, Larry and Curly are the subject of this issue of "COMICS," a biography series about stand-up comics, sitcom stars & comedians who have made a huge impact on popular culture. From Moe Howard's childhood acting days during the dawn of the film industry to the very last Curly and beyond, Bluewater Productions recounts the history of one of the funniest and longest running troupes in comedy history.
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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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From Guillermo del Toro and DreamWorks Animation's Emmy (R) Award-winning Netflix series, comes a graphic novel with another quest for teenage Jim Lake, Jr., and his friends--human and Troll! The title of Trollhunter weighs heavy on the shoulders of Jim Lake, Jr.--as does his new title of "boyfriend"--and it has lead him to a crisis of identity. To help the young man grasp who he is, the Trolls, Vendel, Blinky, and AAARRRGGHH!!!, and his best friend, Toby, look at the adventures and misadventures of six previous Trollhunters during times when they, too, questioned themselves. Through their stories Jim discovers how Trollhunters Deya the Deliverer and Kanjigar the Courageous--and others--used their different attributes to be the best they could be . . . And how he can try to do the same. Writer Richard Ashley Hamilton (How to Train Your Dragon: The Serpent's Heir) expands on the world of the Trollhunters along with Timothy Green II (Avengers Academy), Joe Silver (Animal Man), Omar Lozano (Ultra Duck), Wes Dzioba (Serenity), and Edgar Delgado (Ultra Duck)!
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The Great Emancipator, Time Lincoln, faces an all-new threat to existence--from within his homeland! Just when he thought it was safe to go back in time, he discovers part of reality has been replaced by Alternate Reality, where what was once fact is now a matter of alternate choice. Now the Travelers Team must defeat the mastermind, Final Trump, before he blows...the cosmic budget on a wall to keep his Alt-Reality safe!
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Comrades...in arms, we present you with the biggest, the most giant, massive, beautiful, biggest-ever-in-our-country collection of Trump titles to grace the comic store and bookstore shelves. You have zombies, you have Lincoln-who was a Republican, not many people know that-you have superhumans...it has everything. It's going to be so great, and getting a copy will be so easy, believe us.
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From the vast frozen wilderness of Alaska, Chad Carpenter brings Tundra. The National Cartoonists Society named Tundra as the Best Newspaper Panel Cartoon of the Year in 2007. These are award-winning cartoons from a naturally wonderful place. A tour guide might overlook some of the more quirky aspects of Alaska, but Carpenter sees it in a completely different light (even if that light only shows itself part of the year). Carpenter gives nature's residents, the furry and the not-so-furry, full attention. He also gives them voices that can bring a tear of laughter to the eye. Tundra is full of talking snowmen, inept hunters, obsessed fishermen, and inviting wildlife looking for their next meal. It's also packed with an abundance of hilarity. Tundra: Nature's Favorite Comic Strip features a "best of" collection with 560 cartoons from over 16 years of syndication.
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Turncoat follows the story of Duke, the world's worst superhero assassin, and his constant battle with his ex-wife-and-rival assassin, Sharon. Duke is always one step behind Sharon, constantly missing out on the "big hit" that will set him for life. (It certainly doesn't help matters that he only ever seems to go up against D-list superheroes like "Bug-Boy" and "Freedom Fighter".) ...so when Duke receives a contract for the most famous superhero team in the world, he realizes his time has come. Not just to finally make the big hit, but to finally move on from his ex-wife. If only it were that simple.
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This series features classic Shakespeare retold with graphic color illustrations. Educators using the Dale-Chall vocabulary system adapted each title. Each 64-page, softcover book retains key phrases and quotations from the original play. Research shows that the more students read, the better their vocabulary, their ability to read, and their knowledge of the world. Shipwrecked Viola disguises herself as a boy and enters the service of Duke Orsino and falls in love with him. Orsino sends his servant, Cesario (Viola in disguise) to woo the Countess Olivia on his behalf. Olivia cannot love Orsino, but promptly falls in love with his servant, Cesario (Viola). Viola's shipwrecked twin brother, Sebastian, arrives on the scene creating chaos as it now appears that Cesario can be in two places at once. Will all the confusion end to everyone's satisfaction? 64 pages, FC
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From the mind behind Twisted Dark comes something a little lighter. Twisted Light is the other side of the coin, each short story designed to leave the reader feeling uplifted.
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Ralph is just trying to get home from school without getting picked on by the local bully. He's not trying to run smack into that bully. He's also not trying to wake up hours later in the body of a Tyrannosaurus Rex. And he's DEFINITELY not trying to do battle in an alien arena in order to save Earth from the evil Cloberus Crunch. Unfortunately for Ralph, this is exactly what happens.  Armed only with a new body (with very tiny arms) and his wits, Ralph is expected to not only defend himself and his planet in hand-to-hand combat with ferocious aliens, he must also navigate a new world filled with all sorts of creatures Ralph has never imagined, in which it can be difficult to tell friend from foe. This zany, hilarious story will appeal to anyone who loves dinosaurs, aliens, and adventure.
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He came from Spain, he ain't no bird or plane! It's Ultracat! With his ultra-speed, ultra-strength and ultra-cuteness, the world's feistiest feline conquers all criminals, from minor burglars to super-villains to that annoying evildoer pug across the hall! Just don't ask him to go out in the rain or pass up a nap...
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He came from Spain, he ain't no bird or plane! It's Ultracat! With his ultra-speed, ultra-strength and ultra-cuteness, Ultracat still needs ultra-patience to put up with the lovable Atomic Dog, his well-meaning (self-proclaimed) sidekick. But even his ultra-nerves are tested by the budding romance between his owner and guy across the hall, who just happens to own UC's archfoe, Pipo the Evil Pug!
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The Fighting Feline has his paws full with the continuing romance between his owner Amy and James, owner of his arch-rival Pipo. James finds out love hurts when your girlfriend's super-cat doesn't approve of you, and Pipo finds out hate hurts when his anti-Ultracat robot starts attacking him too!
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Ai, chihuahua...er, pug! Mad genius Pipo, still bent on ruining Ultracat's day, even risks rending the fabric of time itself! And if that weren't bad enough, their owners, now developing a solid relationship, decide to spend some time together out in the country...and bring both their pets along!
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WHY BOOM! LOVES IT: Adventure Time. Regular Show. The Amazing World of Gumball. Steven Universe. Can you tell we love Cartoon Network’s shows? We’re excited to welcome Uncle Grandpa to KaBOOM! comics. It’s quirky, goofy, and oh-so-fun—a perfect formula for the four-color page. WHY YOU’LL LOVE IT: This MAD Magazine-style comic is going to feature all manner of short strips, games, and more goofy things. If you are a fan of cartoonists like Don Martin, Gary Larson, and Tex Avery, you’ll enjoy UNCLE GRANDPA. WHAT’S IT ABOUT: Uncle Grandpa is everyone’s magical uncle and grandpa, and he’s come to help kids with their problems in surreal and wacky ways! It’s a collection of zany shorts, games, and strips starring Uncle Grandpa, Pizza Steve, Mr. Gus, and all the other crazy characters from the hit Cartoon Network show created by Peter Browngardt.
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It has been untold years since the Giants-That-Were disappeared, leaving behind the animals forever changed by their strange science. Now, granted the gifts of intelligence and self-awareness, the valiant Hamster Aquatic Mercenaries struggle to keep their horde alive in the dangerous new world.   In The Underfoot: The Mighty Deep, H.A.M. has been hired to save their badger allies from dangerous flooding, but first they'll need new recruits. Only the best of the best can join the ranks of H.A.M., and the colony's most ambitious young hamster pups compete for their chance at glory and prestige. Those who succeed, however, soon discover that life outside their burrow is not the grand adventure they imagined, but instead find a world of deadly threats and conflicting stories about their species' origins. Combining heroic battles, dark mysteries, and heartfelt friendships, The Underfoot: The Mighty Deep is the beginning of an epic sci-fi trilogy chronicling the animal kingdoms left to rise and fall in the absence of the Giants-That-Were. When the hamsters learn the truth about their past, will they find the strength to overcome the forces aligning against them, or will their tiny horde be wiped from the earth? "Starts fast and keeps running, with a world I could believe, characters I truly cared for, and an adventure full of action and twists that kept me turning the pages!" - Paul Tobin "Underfoot is a fast-paced adventure in the tradition of military action tales like The Dirty Dozen or Where Eagles Dare, with the astonishingly plausible twist that the heroes are a hard-as-nails mercenary team of fluffy hamsters. I thoroughly enjoyed every suspenseful moment reading this book!" - Colleen Coover "The Underfoot is an over-the-top great adventure, a thrill ride with heart. The story pulls you in and the characters keep you cheering them on. Oh yeah, so they're hamsters. Cute little fluffy hamsters, right? Wrong. Do not underestimate them. Great premise, great story, great art, and the only not-so-great part is having to wait for the next volume." - Esther Friesner, author of Princesses of Myth series
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For over seventy-five years, Agent Aqualung has defended the country from supernatural forces as part of the 88, a covert branch of the Department of Defense. A pink slip and a sealed letter sends shock waves through the covert initiative - they are being permanently dismantled due to budget cuts. Collecting his severance, a new identity, suit, and fake resume, and a small orange tree (which holds the soul of St. Germain, his only friend), Aqualung must adjust to a life in the real world. His first task? Finding gainful employment, of course! With the world against him, or at least a trail of old enemies, Aqualung must navigate through unemployment, dating, oh, and evil plots from ancient gods and their flunkies. The real question is, can he stop them before his unemployment benefits run out?
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For over seventy-five years, Agent Aqualung has defended the country from supernatural forces as part of the 88, a covert branch of the Department of Defense. A pink slip and a sealed letter sends shock waves through the covert initiative - they are being permanently dismantled due to budget cuts. Collecting his severance, a new identity, suit, and fake resume, and a small orange tree (which holds the soul of St. Germain, his only friend), Aqualung must adjust to a life in the real world. His first task? Finding gainful employment, of course! With the world against him, or at least a trail of old enemies, Aqualung must navigate through unemployment, dating, oh, and evil plots from ancient gods and their flunkies. The real question is, can he stop them before his unemployment benefits run out?
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For over seventy-five years, Agent Aqualung has defended the country from supernatural forces as part of the 88, a covert branch of the Department of Defense. A pink slip and a sealed letter sends shock waves through the covert initiative - they are being permanently dismantled due to budget cuts. Collecting his severance, a new identity, suit, and fake resume, and a small orange tree (which holds the soul of St. Germain, his only friend), Aqualung must adjust to a life in the real world. His first task? Finding gainful employment, of course! With the world against him, or at least a trail of old enemies, Aqualung must navigate through unemployment, dating, oh, and evil plots from ancient gods and their flunkies. The real question is, can he stop them before his unemployment benefits run out?
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For over seventy-five years, Agent Aqualung has defended the country from supernatural forces as part of the 88, a covert branch of the Department of Defense. A pink slip and a sealed letter sends shock waves through the covert initiative - they are being permanently dismantled due to budget cuts. Collecting his severance, a new identity, suit, and fake resume, and a small orange tree (which holds the soul of St. Germain, his only friend), Aqualung must adjust to a life in the real world. His first task? Finding gainful employment, of course! With the world against him, or at least a trail of old enemies, Aqualung must navigate through unemployment, dating, oh, and evil plots from ancient gods and their flunkies. The real question is, can he stop them before his unemployment benefits run out?
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For over seventy-five years, Agent Aqualung has defended the country from supernatural forces as part of the 88, a covert branch of the Department of Defense. A pink slip and a sealed letter sends shock waves through the covert initiative - they are being permanently dismantled due to budget cuts. Collecting his severance, a new identity, suit, and fake resume, and a small orange tree (which holds the soul of St. Germain, his only friend), Aqualung must adjust to a life in the real world. His first task? Finding gainful employment, of course! With the world against him, or at least a trail of old enemies, Aqualung must navigate through unemployment, dating, oh, and evil plots from ancient gods and their flunkies. The real question is, can he stop them before his unemployment benefits run out?
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Time flies in this fifth volume of Phoebe and Her Unicorn! Follow the lovable duo as they experience somewhat-spooky Halloween parties, ecstatic snow days, and looming summer reading assignments. Although the journey of growing up can sometimes be difficult, along the way Phoebe and Marigold discover something more enduring than goblin fads, unicorn spa vacations, and even a Spell of Forgetting—their one of a kind friendship. 
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