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Daneboe's charismatic YouTube sension that garnered over a billion hits, and the star of the smash TV series on Cartoon Network appears in comics for the very first time! Secret Agents 00-Orange and Oh-Oh-Nerville may be the best spies working on Her Majesty's Select Produce, but they haven't gone up against the color purple-stealing mastermind Grapefinger before! With the most insane scheme ever devised, the fate of the world is at stake. Can Orange annoy the bad guys into submission? 56 pgs, FC
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Secret Agents 00-Orange and Oh-Oh-Nerville may be the best spies working on Her Majesty's Select Produce, but they haven't gone up against the color purple-stealing mastermind Grapefinger before! With the most insane scheme ever devised, the fate of the world is at stake. Can Orange annoy the bad guys into submission?
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A family of gigantic aliens from outer space has invaded our planet. Their mission? Harvest all of Earth's fruit! Annoying Orange and his produce pals from Daneboe's Supermarket must to try and stop these monsters: Blendorr, a titanic living juicer; his colossal wife Juolie-Annn, a sentient slicing device; and their only-slightly-less-gargantuan son, Rronko, a mysterious gizmo of a thousand uses! If our band of fruitastic heroes can't pull off Orange's annoying defense plans, they’ll be fed into the galactic juicers!
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Ariol is your everyday tween donkey with blue glasses. He lives in the suburbs with his mom and dad. His best friend is a pig. He’s in love with a beautiful cow in his class. His teacher is a dog. His gym teacher is a huge rooster. In short, Ariol is just like you and me. 124 pgs, FC
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Ariol knows he’s just like his hero in every way: brave, er…handsome, and…um…tall? Well, maybe Ariol has a ways to go, but that’s not going to stop him from doing everything he can to grow up and become just like the guardian of the stars! With charming artwork and hilarious vignettes, Ariol is the right series for anyone who ever started off life as a kid! 124 pgs, FC
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Ariol is a donkey and his best friend Ramono is a pig. One is blue with long ears and big glasses, the other is pink with a snout like a light socket. They may not be similar, but they are friends. This third volume continues Ariol’s adventures at home and at school, but also gives us a closer look at his life with his best friend, Ramono.
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Petula is a beautiful cow who smells nice, has pretty hair, and makes Ariol tremble when she’s around. And even though Ariol’s story so far is almost 400 pages long, he still hasn’t worked up the courage to tell Petula that he loves her! Instead, he keeps accidentally saying all the wrong things every time she turns around to talk to him in class. Valiant Ariol is finally ready to make his move. Will he soar like Thunder Horse or plummet like, well, like Ariol? With charming artwork and hilarious vignettes, ARIOL is the perfect series for anyone who started off life as a kid!
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Julie, Lucie and Alia are best friends who share one passion: dance! Between programs in ballet and modern dance, they also slip in classes on many other styles including hip-hop, a class run by the hunk KT, who’s got all three competing for his attention. As they prepare for the ballet “Sleeping Beauty,” they’d love to see him play Prince Charming. Any girl with a love for dance and taking classes will find this gag-filled series irresistible!
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The adventures of best friends Julie, Lucie, and Alia continue in the second “Dance Class” graphic novel. School is in session again and this time the girls are working on a ballet of “Romeo and Juliet.” When new student Tim is cast in the role of Romeo, the three girls find themselves competing for his affections. Can they get this production on its feet without ruining their friendship?
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Julie, Lucie, and Alia are best friends who share the same passion: dance! A new year of classes has begun and this year, in addition to their regular ballet and modern dance classes, the three girls are introduced to a new style of dance—African folk! Powered by deep percussion-based music, this style is unlike anything they’ve ever tried before. While the girls enjoy their new art form, problems at home and in the classroom threaten to cause them to have to stop taking their dance classes. Can the girls balance their studies and their extracurricular activities, or will they have to give up dancing for good?
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