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The whole Mummy clan is ready for some fun in the sun on their family vacation! But they can't relax when Wiz crashes the party—and he's got every monster they've ever met coming after him, smashing up their beach house! Can Milo and his family fend off crazed kaijus, an angry sentient pizza, a haunted doll, and every other creature imaginable, and still have time for tiki drinks?
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Milo is just your average twelve-year-old boy. His loving parents are mummies, his best friend is an old wizard, and his babysitters are witches. When Milo isn't busy at school or visiting the comic book store, he loves to hang out with cool teen vampires, play with magical kitties, feed a hungry kaiju, and avoid a love-crazed gorilla at all costs. You know, typical kid stuff. "Great fun!" —Dav Pilkey, creator of Captain Underpants and Dog Man "Mummies are awesome! Let's do this! Aw yeah Wrapped Up!" —Art Baltazar, Famous Cartoonist "I like pizza...mummies—not so much. But I could see getting 'wrapped up' in this book! Scoot made me say that 'wrapped up' part. I like Dave Scheidt! Read this book!" —Franco, Aw Yeah Comics!
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Your favorite mummy boy, Milo, just can't catch a break! No matter how much he tries to stay out of trouble, trouble finds him! Snacks go missing during a camping trip, his dad gets pulled into a dangerous martial tournament, and his best friend somehow ends up in Wizard Prison! Under any circumstances, however, Milo will always come through to save the day! Usually.    This volume includes backstories drawn by Yehudi Mercado, Mason Dickerson, Sean Mac, Aaron Pittman, and Shan Murphy.
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Online cult favorite What the Duck has made the jump from computer screens to comic collection in this hilarious first installment of What the Duck comics. The strip's minimalist style and nonverbal humor set the scene for the wise-quacking duck photographer's adventures in the world of professional photography. All creative and media professionals will love this satirical look at their career of choice, and anyone who loves a good laugh will enjoy creator Aaron Johnson's visual humor and witty take on life.
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The cartoon WuMo celebrates life's absurdity and bittersweet ironies, holding up a funhouse mirror to our modern world and those who live in it. Thanks to its delightful artwork and irreverent humor, this hilarious comic by writer Mikael Wulff and illustrator Anders Morgenthaler has grown from an underground sensation to one of the biggest and most popular strips in Europe. WuMo's inventiveness is reminiscent of their countryman Hans Christian Andersen--if Andersen's fairy tales had been populated by sadistic pandas, disgruntled office workers, crazy beavers, Albert Einstein, Snoop Dogg, and Darth Vader. Named WuMo, after the Danish duo's last names, it appears in the largest papers in northern Europe, including Germany's Die Welt, Denmark's Politiken, and Norway's Dagbladet.
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Wynonna Earp hunts down on a regular basis. Created by writer Beau Smith, Wynonna Earp is the descendant of the famous lawman Wyatt Earp. As a member of the so-called "Halloween Hunters" or "Freak Finders," she does what comes supernatural... she brings the unnatural to justice. If there's a monster committing crime in your neighborhood, then she'll be there to bag and tag 'em. His legend. Her legacy. their law. Wynonna Earp is a quirky, head-busting mixture of action/adventure/sci-fi/dark humor.
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The tales of Wynonna Earp during the Yeti Wars is brought to the comics page by master storyteller Beau Smith, with art by Enrique Villigran. Also includes the story Wynonna Earp: Blood is the Harvest.
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Touma suspects that his long-time friend and business partner Enoki might have a crush on him. Though honestly, who wouldn't fall in love with someone so gorgeous? But when Enoki accuses Touma of being the one with the crush, Touma doesn't know what to think! After all, how could Touma have room in his heart for another when he's already so madly in love with himself? Tomoko Yamashita presents a collection far removed from the norms of the Boys’ Love genre. These seven atypical stories are filled with drama, tension, and above all, an uncommon wit.
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What if you combined Shel Silverstein and Tim Burton with a dollop of Dr. Seuss? You’d get Attaboy. With his theatrical eye for the absurd and unbridled paintbrush, Attaboy’s hilarious anthology of poems will amuse readers of all ages. Off-the-wall characters (a child who is a sock magnet) meet the adorably peculiar (a hugging cactus) and the bizarre (zombie clowns). Then there's the title story. Because of his beastly behavior, Gustav's parents hire an expert to determine if their son is truly a monster! Enjoy hidden jokes and hilarious wordplay in this collection from an irreverent twenty-first century imagination. "Attaboy's creepy cool monsters are an insane delight. They'll leap off the page, squirm through your optic nerve, and haunt your brain forever. And that's a good thing." - Mark Frauenfelder, founder of Boing Boing "If you like weird fun, then you'll love this book. It's like a candy store for your brain and eyes. A creative explosion of colorful stories, poems, and characters." - Liam Lynch creator of The Sifl & Olly Show, director "Tenacious D. and the Pick of Destiny" and Sarah Silverman's "Jesus is Magic"
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The PEANUTS gang has always been transfixed by the soft glow from a big-box television and this collection chronicles all those strips from the early days of 1951 all the way to 1998! BW, 164 strips.
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This digital reprint collection features some of your favorite PEANUTS strips from 1964-65. Watch Charlie Brown pitch on a field of dandelions! See Snoopy pop a wheelie and surf some waves! And discover if the kids can survive summer camp in this classic collection of the world's greatest comic strip! BW, 130pgs.
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They lay up on par 3s. They reek of Ben-Gay. They can be spotted six holes away in their yellow pants and white belts. And after every shot, they ask, "Did anyone see where my ball went?" They're the over-the-hill golfers, a breed of golfer that to know is to love‘so long as you're not playing behind a foursome of them. You're an Over-the-Hill Golfer When . . . takes fun, lighthearted jabs at those whose birdie-making days are well behind them. The book is filled with signs that will help the over-the-hill golfer in your life recognize that he just may be past his golf-playing prime: Your swing isn't strong enough to create back pain, but your back hurts anyway. Your golf bag doubles as a medicine cabinet. Seven A.M. is your idea of a late tee time. You can't wait to get to the 19th hole . . . to play pinochle.
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In this classic PEANUTS reprint book from 1965, Charlie Brown tries his luck at the school Spelling Bee, Sally steals Linus' blanket, and Snoopy is as special as ever! BW, 130 pgs.
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This collection of strips features Snoopy’s solitary brother, Spike–alone (but never lonely)–in the desolate desert of Needles, California. Spike spends his days talking to cacti, tumbleweeds and presiding over the very exclusive (if not, existential) Cactus Club. BW, 89 strips
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Though biblical scholars have searched for centuries, little is known about the childhood of Jesus. Fortunately, this incomplete picture gives Spencer Smith and Mark Penta ample room for their entertaining and highly imaginative cartoon book Young Jesus Chronicles. With a tongue-in-cheek premise that the book is the result of a recently unearthed account of Jesus's formative years as deciphered by Vatican-authorized experts (that is, cartoonists Smith and Penta), Young Jesus Chronicles is a clever and lighthearted collection of cartoons that celebrates the joy of puns and wordplay as much as it rewards you for paying attention in Sunday Bible school. We may never know the answer to the question, WWJD (What Would Jesus Draw)? But there's a chance (albeit very slim) the answer might be a cartoon memoir of His childhood similar to Young Jesus Chronicles.
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Snoopy takes to muscle beach to impress bikini-clad-beagles and to tame the wild waves with his cowabunga surfing skills, meanwhile, the rest of the PEANUTS gang gets sand in their shoes, in this all-new collection of fun-in-the-sun comic strips! Black and White, 63 strips
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In this classic reprint collection from 1962, Linus' "blanket-hating grandma" comes to town, Sally discovers the wonderful world of libraries, and Charlie Brown suffers the indignity of watching his favorite ball-player get sent down to the minors...just one of the reasons You're A Brave Man, Charlie Brown! BW, 130 pages.
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Meet Armand Jones, a typical boy from small town U.S.A. Doesn't like his teachers. Doesn't like homework. Can't stand the bullies constantly harassing him on the bus every day. But what he really won't like is getting ZAPT! Armand is about to be inducted into the ranks of the Pan-Galactic Order Of Police, where, like it or not, he'll have to save Alien Races and outwit marauding Space Pirates! And he'll still have to be home in time for dinner. Being a kid is about to get a lot harder!
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Take a tour through a most unusual zoo where a young informative girl called Zelda and her pet cat Meow work and play. But at this particular zoo all the animals are 'zombified'. And though the animals are dead they do still move around and need to be taken care of. A fun-filled tour that's not too scary and gives young readers tidbits of information on their favorite animals they might find at a zoo.
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Gavin Aung Than, an Australian graphic designer turned cartoonist, started the weekly Zen Pencils blog in February 2012. He describes his motivation for launching Zen Pencils: "I was working in the boring corporate graphic design industry for eight years before finally quitting at the end of 2011 to pursue my passion for illustration and cartooning. At my old job, when my boss wasn't looking, I would waste time reading Wikipedia pages, mainly biographies about people whose lives were a lot more interesting than mine. Their stories and quotes eventually inspired me to leave my job to focus on what I really wanted to do. The idea of taking these inspiring quotes, combining them with my love of drawing and sharing them with others led to the creation of Zen Pencils."   "Zen Pencils deftly blends the inspired thoughts of our great creative and moral thinkers with its own fresh visual wit. Because these work as pithy history lessons illuminating timeless human truths, it's no wonder Gavin's engaging comics go viral!" —Michael Cavna, Washington Post's Comic Riffs "Sometimes all it takes is a clear, original vision and a talented hand. Gavin Aung Than and his genius of Zen Pencils gives us that together, and so much more." -–Chris Hadfield, retired astronaut and former Commander of the International Space Station "If you read this book and don't get a lump in your throat and a stirring in your heart at least once, check your pulse. You're dead." —Philip Plait, The Bad Astronomer "Gavin has the amazing ability to make words and ideas come alive. He teaches, inspires, and brings a whole new level of creativity to the quotes that hold a special place in our hearts." —Brené Brown, Ph.D., LMSW Author of the No. 1 New York Times Bestseller, Daring Greatly "Zen Pencils is a visual demonstration of joy and courage. Buy it for inspiration, and keep it for regular reminders of living bigger." — Chris Guillebeau, New York Times Bestselling Author of The $100 Startup
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The second volume of Zen Pencils comics takes more of your favorite inspirational quotes and poetry and transforms them into heartwarming cartoon stories. Featuring quotes of revered minds including Isaac Asimov, Maya Angelou, Kahlil Gibran, Robert F. Kennedy, and William Shakespeare plus celebrities such as Amy Poehler, Jim Henson, and Kevin Smith, wise words are given a new lease on life through the medium of comics.
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Zen Pencils: Creative Struggle is a call to wake up the creative spirit inside you. Through Zen Pencils cartoon quotes on creativity from inspirational artists, musicians, writers, and scientists, you'll discover what inspired each of the subjects to reach the full potential of their creativity. In each comic, the speaker of the quote is the character in the story. Imagine cartoon versions of Albert Einstein, Frida Kahlo, Marie Curie,  and Vincent van Gogh revealing the spark that ignited them to achieve their dreams!
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Explorers like Amelia Earhart and Chris Hadfield. Pioneers like Marie Curie and Margaret E. Knight.  Modern icons like John Green and the Dalai Lama. These are only a few of the trailblazers you'll meet in this collection of cartoons and quotes. Let their words of wisdom lead you to greatness, reflection, and discovery. Each inspiring quote is transformed into a compelling story that unfolds before your eyes. Follow the illustrated adventures of dragon slayers, warrior monks, ballet dancers, and professional wrestlers—all while hearing from some of the great voices of our past and present. Now for kids! Based on the adult New York Times bestseller, this special edition for children will inspire them to reach for the stars. 
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"Ziggy must be part of me, because he feels as if he's been with me all my life." --Tom Wilson No matter where you are, no matter what's going on in your life, Ziggy has been there. For the past 35 years, readers around the world have picked up newspapers, opened greeting card envelopes, or caught sight of T-shirts and there's Ziggy, unfailingly showing how to appreciate life and find the silver lining in any cloud. Tom Wilson's character--an admirable mix of Ben Franklin, Dale Carnegie, and Forrest Gump all rolled into a little bald icon--strikes a chord in everyone. And that's why so many will cherish A Little Character Goes a Long Way, a celebration of Ziggy himself. After all, it's the character of this character that's earned Ziggy such a special place in our hearts. This treasury includes many classic Ziggy frames and strips, each highlighting the traits that make Ziggy the upbeat, hopeful, and unflappable optimist that he is. There's Ziggy generally making molehills and wrinkles out of life's highest mountains and lowest valleys; Ziggy and his menagerie of pets; and Ziggy taking the time to appreciate nature's beauty at its best. This little Everyperson reminds us all of what's really important, and this treasury will undoubtedly do the same. In the spirit of Snoopy and Charlie Brown, or Calvin and Hobbes, please welcome Sophie and Doug. Dog Eat Doug is the cartooning creation of Brian Anderson that follows the daily exploits of Sophie, a cheese-loving chocolate Lab with a nose for the nuances of sarcasm and irony, and baby Doug, a healthy, happy newborn with no concept of jealousy and a limitless curiosity. Together, this dynamic duo adjusts to sharing the spotlight, the toys, and the affections of Mom and Dad, while exploring nature and its majesty, the couch and its cushions, and the cookie jar and its contents. As the first Dog Eat Doug collection, this book features 43 weeks' worth of strips beginning with the cartoon's 2005 debut.
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When a good deed goes bad, an angry mob chases Zinc Alloy out of Metro City. To escape, he hides in a creepy, old house on the edge of town. But inside, the world’s newest superhero faces his most frightening challenge yet, robo Frankenstein! Can Zinc survive against this two-ton terror, or will he become monster mush?
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It's winter vacation, and Zack Allen's family is headed to the mountains. When Zack arrives, Johnny, the school's biggest bully, tricks him into entering the annual ski competition. While on the slopes, however, Zack discovers an even greater problem, an evil villain is building a giant freeze ray within the mountain. Now Zinc must stop his evil plans and take home the ski trophy.
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When Zack Allen reveals his secret superhero identity, everything in his life changes. Suddenly, he's the coolest kid at school and the world's greatest athlete. But can he compete without wearing the Zinc Alloy suit? Find out what happens when the robot suit comes off.
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Zack Allen loves comic books, but he's nothing like his favorite superheroes. He's always getting picked on by bullies at school. Then one day, Zack builds a high-tech robot suit. Now he must decide how to use his newfound powers. He has become Zinc Alloy, the world's newest superhero!
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Teenagers are a lot like zombies--slow-moving, difficult to communicate with, and always, always hungry. Luckily, Zits Apocalypse is here to shed some light on the ups, downs, and in-betweens of parenting teens. Join the Duncan family--Connie, Walt, and Jeremy--as they grapple with modern technology, confront an endless sea of dirty laundry, and learn to bridge the cultural divide between parents and teenagers. Zits Apocalypse offers a light-hearted yet insightful look at the multifaceted lives of modern teens and their families, complemented with annotations from the creators. From financial trouble to the perils of young love, this collection broaches relevant and familiar topics with with, wit, humor, and affection.
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Sixteen-year-old Jeremy Duncan is a high school freshman and an aspiring musician. He daydreams about the day when his band, Goat Cheese Pizza, records their first monster hit single, and they all pile into his van for their cross-country, sold-out concert tour. Between naps, study hall and band practice, Jeremy still manages to find time to be the star of the hugely popular comic strip, Zits.
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What Was That All About? is the perfect celebration of Zits' twentieth anniversary! Always spot-on, sometimes chaotic, and often messy comic moments are immortalized by the true-to-life give and take between Jeremy and his often befuddled parents. Authors Jerry Scott and Jim Borgman have sifted through the highlights (and some lowlights!) over the life of the strip and have created a unique behind-the-scenes, insightful view into the history of Zits. They have selected their all-time favorite cartoons to fill the collection along with special features, including stories about: • How they met in Sedona, Arizona, and came up with the crazy idea of creating Zits • The teenagers in their own lives • Choosing the title Zits • Strips that newspapers declined to publish, or words they censored, etc. • Creating a Zits Sunday strip • Sucks, bites, and blows: staking out territory on the comic page • Fish paste and other reasons our kids don't want to travel with us anymore Excerpts from their sketchbooks will also be shown.This is the book every fan of Zits has ever wanted! 
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"Family Secrets" When the Zeta sisters decided to keep their super powers a secret from a world, they had no idea that a sinister menace would appear and threaten to drive Century City into ruin. Now it's time for the sisters to team up, crack up and battle the evil Dr. Impossible and some giant robots. But the Zeta sisters aren't the only ones with a powerful secret and what they discover in their first adventure together, may make it their last.
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"Army of Mean" Dr. Impossible is back! Fresh from the massive butt kicking the Sisters of Power delivered him in book 1, Family Secrets, and this time he's brought an army of giant robots to lay siege to Century City. Once again it's up to Zoey Zeta and the Sisters of Power to save the City, but with their powers and teamwork still unproven, will the City survive being saved?
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Camp Wanachompya is designed to teach young zombies how to survive the human apocalypse and Johnny has just been dropped off there, for the summer. It’s there that Johnny meets Sarge, the screaming, bodiless camp director. Between deadly obstacle courses, a human intruder, and a vegan, Johnny will have to fight to survive his first week at camp.
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When Johnny hears a rumor that Sarge's body is hidden somewhere in the forest outside the campground, he recruits Violet and some of the other campers to go on a mission to find out if it's true.
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When Johnny hears a rumor that Sarge's body is hidden somewhere in the forest outside the campground, he recruits Violet and some of the other campers to go on a mission to find out if it's true.
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Sit down by the gravesite and with a big bowl of brain food, kiddies, 'cause Mother Gruesome's about to treat you to a collection of classic stories of crawling cadavers! Enjoy timeless tales in the vein of "Little Dead Riding Hood", "The Ginger-dead Man", "Moldylocks" and "Alice in Undead-land"!
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Sit down by the gravesite with a big bowl of brain food, kiddies, 'cause Mother Gruesome's about to treat you to a collection of classic stories of crawling cadavers! Enjoy timeless tales in the vein of "Little Dead Riding Hood", "The Ginger-dead Man", "Moldylocks" and "Alice in Undead-land"! "
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Middle school is horrific enough for any 6th grader's first day. But for Bill Stokes, it's a festering, rotting, undead nightmare. Since Bill's deadbeat dad got arrested trying to burn the house down for the insurance, Mom's had to make ends meet by volunteering to various medical research companies for cash. Thankfully, Bill's still been able to train for is dream career: pro video gamer. So this would be all fine if Mom hadn't brought home a mysterious zombie virus! Now Bill has to deal with skin problems and body chemistry changes that make puberty look like a walk in the park!
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Not willing to let being a zombie spoil his dreams of pro-gamer stardom, Bill Stokes is all fired up to win against a visiting game champ. But he's got a trio of troubles threatening to ruin his chances: The class has a Thanksgiving trip to Camp Woodchunk that same weekend. He's got to take care of Froufou, the yappy (but yummy-smelling) poodle from next door. And his personal bully, Steve, has a whole new way to humiliate him: a one-man, live-recorded "game show" called Gross-eries! When Steve gets to run his little game during the whole class trip, Bill gets to be his unwilling star, and it's just about all his zombified nerves can stand!
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Despite being a zombie, Bill Stokes has become quite good at maintaining his mediocre grade point average, keeping a low profile, and gaining online notoriety as a top competitor in the pro-gaming world. But now, Bill's dad is back! Released on legal technicalities from his insurance fraud sentence, Dad's out to get even with Mom and Bill for exposing his schemes! How is Bill going to keep his and Mom's zombie-ness from being revealed to the world?
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Joss's life sucks. She's worried about exams and student loan debt when she'd much rather be watching the zombie movies she loves. So it's no surprise that when she tells her roommates that she's been attacked by a swarm of real-life, brain-hungering zombies-zombies!- they think the stress has finally cracked her. But Joss knows she's sane- and it's a good thing, too! Because the zombies are real, and the she's the only one who knows how to fight them. Armed with "The Rules," truths about fighting the undead gleaned from zombie movies, Joss, Sonnet and Robyn just might make it out of their dorm alive.
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Zenescope brings you the hard-hitting return of Zombies vs. Cheerleaders! When professional cheerleaders go on tour to visit soldiers in a combat zone, what mayhem and hilarity will they bring with them. Hint: There's zombies! Featuring three new stories!
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The indie cult hit series returns with a special St. Patty's Day one-shot! When someone spikes the green beer, even the luck of the Irish can't save the doomed bar patrons. But perhaps an unassuming cheerleader will surprise us all! Plus, when cheerleaders and Lil' Troops wage a turf war over selling baked goods, who will win? Don't miss out on the fun and gore when Zombies and Cheerleaders collide on St. Patty's Day!
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Francis von Bloodt, a vampire and good family man, operates the one-of-a-kind theme park Zombiellenium. But this unique amusement park doesn’t just hire anyone: mere mortals need not apply—only genuine werewolves, vampires, zombies, and other citizens from the undead community are employed. A stunningly beautiful, fully painted graphic novel, this work presents a wryly humorous and lighthearted take on the traditional horror genre.
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Tempers are flaring around Zombillenium, the amusement park run by monsters. When one hires only the witches, vampires, werewolves, and other undead in a region where unemployment is in the double digits, one must expect some friction. But things get particularly ugly when the park’s security is breached from two sides: activists and a very strange visitor, the mother of two peculiar sons that the head of the park seems to remember from somewhere. Presented in Arthur de Pins’s trademark, tongue-in-cheek black humor, this is a stunning beautiful, fully painted graphic novel that plays on that traditional horror genre.
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In order to cut costs, the Zoo decided it would be a good idea to have the animals run their IT department and website.
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