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Review: Jane, the fox & me

January 21, 2014 | 0 Comments

Jane, the fox & me By Fanny Britt and Isabelle Arsenault Walker Books Jane, the fox & me is a gentle, melancholic tale, an observation of a childhood blighted by isolation and peer group cruelty,...

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Gum Girl Volume 4 – Music, Mischief and Mayhem Andi Watson Walker Books What you’re getting with Volume 4 of Gum Girl is a bit of a masterclass in making everything look rather effortlessly brilliant,...

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The Terrible Tales Of The Teenytinysaurs! By Gary Northfield Walker Books For what is essentially a kid’s comic about cute and cuddly dinosaur babies (think Harry and the Dinosaurs with less Harry and relocated to...

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Gum Girl Volume 2 By Andi Watson Walker Books. So, I loved Volume 1, the kids at school loved Volume 1, and the British Comic Awards Committee loved Volume 1 enough to recently nominate it...

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Gum Girl Volume 1 – Catastrophe Calling By Andi Watson Walker Books I did my review of Andi Watson’s great new Gum Girl series a few days ago, but I’m not who the book is...

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Director’s Commentary posts are all about turning the FPI blog over to an artist to allow them to talk about their latest thing. And I’m delighted to be able to introduce Andi Watson for a...

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Gum Girl Volume 1 – Catastrophe Calling By Andi Watson Walker Books It’s been nearly two years since Andi Watson’s last four volume series for Walker Books finished. That was Glister, and it was as...

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Gum Girl from Andi Watson

April 17, 2011 | 0 Comments

First volume coming in early 2012, this is the teaser image from Watson’s next series from Walker Books. See, it’s not just Marvel and DC who do press releases with extensively blacked out characters!...

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The Little Prince Graphic Novel adaptation by Joann Sfar from the book by Antoine De Saint-Exupéry Walker Books I remember reading The Little Prince as a child and being somewhat unimpressed by it, not really...

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Slog’s Dad By David Almond and Dave McKean Walker Books Slog’s a boy who believes in life after death, and he believes with all his heart. His dad died, cruelly and horribly, after a vibrant life as...

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