Your favorite Flightless Fighting Friends, those Bouncy Battle Birds are back! In fact, they never left! They’ve been standing right behind you this whole time! But in a fun way, not a creepy way. Don’t turn around. Or do! I’m not the boss of you.
A Thing In Space (2020)
The science fictional adventures of CG and Alan Spacepowder as you'll probably never see them. Two issues have been completed, while even more are in various forms of completion. Currently in development hell, but who knows what may happen?
Cats. They're clearly up to something.
Illustrated by Ray Friesen.
"A Tale of Two Kitties" Written by Dawn Marie Howell.
"Dead Stock" Written by Anthony Garnon.
"Straight Outta Moggton" Written by Mike Scrase.
"Buttons & Morrigan Do Time!" Written by Vincent E.L.
"Cat Burglars" Written by Christine Cherry.
Fans of Sir Terry Pratchett will love this stunning graphic novel adaptation of his bestselling standalone Discworld novel Small Gods. Beautifully brought to life by illustrator Ray Friesen, it takes a close look at religion's institutions, its people, its practices and its role in politics in Pratchett's unique way.
When Pirate Penguin and Ninja Chicken stumble across a mystical lost sword, a rip-roaring aquatic adventure ensues, with appearances by cousin Privateer Puffin, the terrifying Pirate Queen, and two unforgettable mermaids.
Helpful advice includes "How to Gloat Over Your Captured Enemy", "How to Prepare for the Apocalypse" and much more! If you attempt to follow this advice, and your life goes hilariously askew, we apologize in advance, although not very sincerely.
So what is this book about? It's about a Pirate Penguin named Pirate Penguin and a Ninja Chicken who isn't (ninjas are too sneaky to let you know their real names. Hint: It isn't Harold.) They are the bestest of friends and also the worstest of enemies all at the same time (just like in real life! Only more cartoony of course.)