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Milo's class is taking a field trip, and his stepsister Jill is way too cool, teen, and goth to be a chaperone. But the trip gets a whole lot more exciting when they hear the rumblings of a giant, hungry monster—a kaiju! It's up to Milo and Jill to save a whole bus full of kids from certain doom! Wrapped Up No. 4 features a backup story drawn by Kelsey Wroten.
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It's the night of the creepie Kewpie! There's a haunted baby doll stalking Milo, and he's the only one who can see how evil it really is! When his mom and stepsister are lured in by the Kewpie's chubby cheeks, how can Milo possibly escape? Wrapped Up No. 5 features a backup story drawn by Coleman Engle (Steven Universe).
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Milo and Jill are all about that #CouchLife, but their parents want them to experience the "joys" of the Great Outdoors, so the whole family is going camping! The only thing keeping these hungry teens going is a trunk full of tasty snacks. But when they're setting up camp, their snacks, and Milo's dad, get stolen by a mysterious beast! Now, they've got to go on the ultimate, high-stakes snack run!
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What happens when you combine mummies, ninjas, and fighting dads? Find out in "Dadliest Warrior"! When Milo sneaks on board a ship, he discovers his dad isn't just a mummy, he's Master Mummy, expert in martial arts. But will the evil ninjas also aboard the ship be too tough to defeat on their escape back home? Battle alongside our favorite pizza-eating, skateboard-riding, bandage-wrapped mummy in his latest hijinks in Wrapped Up! Wrapped Up #7 features a backup comic by Mason Dickerson!
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Milo Mummy has been staying out of trouble and playing video games, but the same can't be said for his best friend, Wiz! Wiz has been captured and sent to Wizard Prison, and he needs Milo's help! But Milo doesn't know anything about magic—how can he help his probably-innocent friend bust out of jail?
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Wiz is distraught. His best friend, Milo Mummy, has another friend—an age-appropriate one! This simply is too much to bear. This calls for drastic measures; Wiz must find new friends his own age. But not even dad friends can keep Wiz out of trouble on a Guys' Night.
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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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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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