Crockett Johnson and Ruth Krauss: How an Unlikely Couple

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Viacom eyes venues for merchandising: Stores, comics hope to follow the cash-lined path traveled by Disney, Warner. Forthcoming: The Geisha's Forbidden Comicbook (tentative title; accepted for publication by the Asia Center, Harvard University Press). So overall I think I did a decent job of portraying everyone, and moving the plot a long in a little bit more understandable way than my last comic :) For this comic I tried to include several of the styles we've read and discussed so far.

Pages: 368

Publisher: University Press of Mississippi (July 30, 2012)

ISBN: 1617036366

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