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As its title suggests, (Mostly) Wordless is a mostly wordless all-ages book filled with stories, short vignettes and character sketches told with either no, or few words. The book begins with the wordless mini-epic, “Ella and The Pirates,” an enchanting tale about a little girl and her imaginary adventures as a pirate as she sails through perilous waters, has sword fights and discovers buried treasure. This continually surprising and engaging book rewards repeat readings, with something new to discover on every page. For young readers and non-readers alike! "I wish that there were more books like Mostly Wordless being published. There isn’t one thing in particular that makes it great; all I can tell you was that as I held it in my hand I was swept away by its beauty, but it’s sheer artistic nature and the way it danced with my imagination." -- Dustin Cabreal, Comic Bastards
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Curious about manga? How about romance comics, horror titles, Casper the Friendly Ghost, or how about the vast variety of super characters touted in comics of the past and present? Let Tony Isabella take you on an unforgettable trip through comic book history and show you the best of the best. This visual feast includes a decade by decade look at comic books, from 1938 to the present. You'll see the fantastic cover, along with interesting details like publisher information, year of printing, series and issue numbers, story notes and other interesting facts. Whether seasoned collector or a casual fan of comics, this is the premiere book of this spectacular hobby.
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3 Little Kittens #1 A fun feline Action / Adventure Comic for all you lovers of gun totin, karate kickin, cat-fightin gals who battle terrorism wearin the latest in Kitten Technology! Who are the 3 Little Kitten's?! They are a team of Feline Freedom Fighters! Lots of Paw to Claw combat for these high heeled Kittens!
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Haiku is a form of Japanese poetry. Haiku is also a little cat who can't seem to stay out of trouble. A CAT NAMED HAIKU tells the story of the day in the life of the mischievous little cat, as he learns a valuable lesson on love told completely in haiku. After disobeying his owner, Haiku discovers that at the end of the day even if someone is mad at you it doesn't mean they still don't love you. From climbing curtains to trying to eat the pet goldfish, all of Haiku's antics are chronicled in the three line poetry of his namesake.
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After the tragic death of his parents, Yayoi was prepared to inherit the family fortune. Instead he found himself a hundred million yen in debt. With no real way to pay back the Yakuza, Yayoi tries his hardest to fight back against his recurring bad luck. Things take a turn for the best when he meets a wealthy business man named Kazuto who offers to shoulder his burden, but what's the catch? Will Yayoi remain trapped in his own personal hell, or is this really A Rose Colored Life? The answers to these questions and more unravel kiss by kiss in volume one of Yukari Hashida's tale of money and romance.
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Yayoi's adventures in love and debt repayment continue, with a few unexpected speed bumps. Between winning a trip for two to Bali and having his doppelganger show up to ruin his reputation, Yayoi is uncertain whether or not he will ever be able to pay back his debt. Things get even more complicated when Kazu's old lover enters the picture. How will Yayoi manage his time and his feelings? Will he ever repay his debt? The answer to these questions plus a bonus story can be found in the second installment of Yukari Hashida's tale of love and finance. Sometimes life becomes its rosiest when you least expect it.
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AAAA! That's the sound heard often from the the Fox siblings as only sister Paige discovers Quincy the iguana has eaten her homework, older brother Peter applies permanent marker on his face drawing a fake goatee, and younger brother and expert video gamer Jason loses to Paige. Throw in the AAAAs as mother Andy exclaims while dodging thrown balls in the house and backyard-grilling disaster dad Roger blows up another grill, and you have the perfect equation for a family that every kid can relate to. Including cartoons from previously published books, this kid-targeted book portrays a not so typical look at how a year unfolds in the Fox family.
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Full Color | 85 Screens | Issue 1 of 4 Written by Kevin Rubio Art by Lucas Marangon Ink by Nick Schley Color by Andrew Dalhouse Letters by Troy Peteri ERIC HOFFMAN led a life of privilege. As the only son of a multi-billionaire weapons contractor, the sixteen year-old had the best of everything - education, travel, computers, toys. But it's true what they say: "money can't buy happiness." And what Eric really wanted more then anything in the world was a better relationship with his father, RAIFER HOFFMAN. But after the death of his mother four years ago, his father grew distant and let his work consume him. So when word reached him that Raifer had passed away under mysterious circumstances, Eric had a mix of emotions - anger, regret, sadness, ambivalence. But nothing could have prepared him for what happened next.
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  • Abyss #2
  • Publisher: Red 5 Comics
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    August 7th, 2009
  • Language: English
  • Rated Teen/Young Adults (ages 13+)
Full Color | 99 Screens | Issue 2 of 4 Written by Kevin Rubio Art by Lucas Marangon Ink by Nick Schley Color by Andrew Dalhouse Letters by Troy Peteri "Guess Who's Coming to Dinner" No sooner had ERIC HOFFMAN attended the funeral for his father, than the multi-billionaire heir discovered a hidden lair and a terrible secret beneath the Hoffman family estate. Not only was Eric's father, RAIFER HOFFMAN, still alive... but he was also, in fact, the ABYSS -- the world's greatest super-villain. Learning of his father's plot to set off a deadly bomb, Eric absconds the Abyss suit and plane and heads to San Francisco's City Hall to stop it.
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  • Abyss #3
  • Publisher: Red 5 Comics
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    August 4th, 2009
  • Language: English
  • Rated Teen/Young Adults (ages 13+)
Full Color | 98 Screens | Issue 3 of 4 Written by Kevin Rubio Art by Lucas Marangon Ink by Nick Schley Color by Andrew Dalhouse Letters by Troy Peteri "Genius of Love" ABYSS -- the world's greatest super-villain -- has struck his latest victim of treachery and fraud... his own son, ERIC HOFFMAN. Believing he was saving the city from a bomb, Eric donned his father's costume and encountered heroes ARROW and QUIVER. But when Eric attempted to prove his story, the evidence had been removed. Having dismissed Eric as a harmless crackpot, ARROW settled in for a quiet evening at home, while QUIVER left on a mystery date. Find more great titles from Red 5 Comics and iVerse Media available for the iPhone and iPod Touch!
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