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Since 2001, the Australian game company Halfbrick Studios has been changing the mobile games scene. After seven years of making licensed games, Halfbrick took a chance and released Fruit Ninja to the world-- and the world became obsessed with slicing cartoon fruit. Propelling themselves forward on the smash success of Fruit Ninja, Halfbrick released even more games that took the gaming community by storm. Featuring art from Jetpack Joyride, Monster Dash, Dan the Man, and more, this art book explores the rich collection of never before seen art that tells the story of a creative and ambitious company that never ceases to deliver fun and joy!
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Cartoonists and professional geeks tell their intimate, heartbreaking, and inspiring stories about love, sex and, dating in this comics and prose anthology, a follow-up to 2016 best-seller The Secret Loves of Geek Girls. Featuring work by Margaret Atwood (Hag-Seed), Gerard Way (Umbrella Academy), Dana Simpson (Phoebe and Her Unicorn), Cecil Castellucci (Soupy Leaves Home), Gabby Rivera (America), Valentine De Landro (Bitch Planet), Amy Chu (Poison Ivy), Sfe R. Monster (Beyond: A queer comics anthology), Michael Walsh (Secret Avengers), and many more.
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The second volume in Neil Gibson's acclaimed series of twisted tales. At 200 pages, this book expands on the Twisted Universe and introduces more characters. Connections with volume one are there, but each re-reading reveals more connections and subtleties. This volume has more humour than the first volume but it certainly retains its twisted, dark theme. This is the sort of graphic novel that you show to people who think comics are for kids.
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Continue your journey to humanity's dark side, as Neil Gibson returns with a fourth volume of best-selling series Twisted Dark to chill and shock. Included in this volume is Gibson's most twisted story to date: "Little Piggies".
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“A refreshing change of pace from rote horror comics, Gibson's work scores on the strength of its relatable humanity, much of which casts a dour reflection of its audience.” - Publisher's Weekly Step further into the dark side of humanity, as Neil Gibson returns with his fifth volume of acclaimed series Twisted Dark.
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“A refreshing change of pace from rote horror comics, Gibson's work scores on the strength of its relatable humanity, much of which casts a dour reflection of its audience.” - Publisher's Weekly Twisted Dark is a series of interconnected psychological thrillers, perfect for fans of twist endings and comics that reveal more on the second reading. Each story stands alone, but the more you read, the more connections you see between the characters. There are over 100 characters that appear more than once and one of the joys of reading is when you spot a reference that you know others will have missed. A rotating team of talented artists draw the stories, with each style offering something new.
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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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Undeleted Scenes presents a decade's worth of shorter works from indie comics legend Jeffrey Brown. This huge compendium contains stories from the previous collections Minisulk, Every Girl Is the End of the World for Me, and Feeble Attempts, as well as Jeffrey's work from anthologies such as Kramers Ergot and McSweeney's, plus rare material from minicomics and elsewhere, including dozens of pages of never-before-seen material. Spanning humor, autobiography, and beyond, some of Jeffrey's most beloved comics are in here -- including the fan-favorite self-parody collection Be A Man! All in all, it's an essential addition to every comic reader's Jeffrey Brown library.
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Yearbook Stories: 1976-1978 features two autobiographical stories from Chris Staros' formative High School years: "The Willful Death of a Stereotype," illustrated by Bo Hampton, and "The Worst Gig I Ever Had," illustrated by Rich Tommaso. Originally featured in the 2001 Small Press Expo Anthology and nominated for the 2002 Eisner award for Best Short Story of the Year, "The Willful Death of a Stereotype"chronicles the events that led up to a critical moment in Chris' high school life. And originally featured in the 1999 Small Press Expo Anthology, "The Worst Gig I Ever Had"deals with one of the wildest rock'n'roll gigs ever.
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