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The Baddest Kid in Sixth Grade confounds the line of education and entertainment by merging comprehension with maturity on the fifth, sixth, and seventh grade levels. J. Walker knew that the typical book would not suffice in aiding teachers in their quest of making their students more literate. She used what she learned while tutoring More Info »
“Dust Bunny” follows the crime-fighting rabbit and his resilient partner, Mite, as they embark on an investigation to discover who is issuing burn notices throughout Basement City. Black and white, 180 pages.
A bus ride downtown in the utopian future of Cleveland, Ohio.
An unlikable slob and his partner attempt to escape their boring space jobs, lightyears from the nearest civilization.
You are the Cat Heroes who must stop the Chaos Gods of other animals from conquering the world – and the humans will never know! magine if H.P. Lovecraft and his followers had intuited a little of what’s going on in the cosmos… but missed some rather important details. For example, the hideous Powers that Be are More Info »
The fourth collection of auto-bio strips by Sam Spina. Check Spinadoodles.com for more.
A publication dedicated to research and observations concerning the little-known mammals of this globe and celebrating them both in visual depictions of their appearance and in articles concerning their habits and habitats.
A 16-page, collected issue of the 13 episodes of the comedy The Devil & Mr. Gandhi. Written and drawn by Pat McCuen.
If there is an easier way to gain forbidden knowledge and ancient power, Finnegan Strappe doesn’t know it. Instead he is caught in a tit-for-tat game of bleed-and-seek, questing his life away for the chance of gaining sublime skills of sorcery in the name of a creature with dubious motives and evil secrets. The Gamayun’s More Info »