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Book Title: FCBD 2016 Nobrow Hilda/Akissi/Fantasy Sports|
The author of the book: Luke Pearson
Edition: Nobrow Press
The size of the: 25.74 MB
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Reader ratings: 5.5
Date of issue: 2016
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HILDA: "I don't have a problem with a pie that's too full."
TONTU: "Would you lament a life too full of happiness?"
This is a weird comic with a European fairy tale feel to it. It's about a little blue-haired girl named Hilda who has a deer-fox as a pet and she saves magical creatures from other, more dangerous magical creatures. There are trolls who are stone during the day and alive at night, there's a wall that allegedly the trolls can't cross, there's tiny little people...
It's cute and child-friendly, appropriate for all ages. It reminds me a bit of Gravity Falls or something.
There's also a teaser for Akissi by Abouet Sapin, which takes place in Africa and also features children. While I enjoyed reading a comic in which everyone was black, the plot was boring and the art was terrible.
The second teaser is for Fantasy Sports by Sam Bosma, in which a baseball player little girl named Wiz is "too strong" causing meteors with her home run. So she is taken to another, magical dimension to "Train." I'm not interested in sports and the artwork wasn't doing anything for me. It was like a Hiyao Miyazaki short that featured sports. Kind of.
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Read information about the authorLuke Pearson is a comic book artist and illustrator, author of Hildafolk and Everything We Miss (published by Nobrow Press). Hildafolk, his first book for Nobrow Press, quickly gained him recognition as a leading proponent of the new wave of English cartoonists.
"Pearson’s whimsical artwork—a cross between Lucky Luke and Miyazaki—creates a magical spell of a mysterious world of hidden creatures, and the production of the book make it a treasure in itself. The story—comparable to the Adventures of Polo series by Regis Faller and Copper by Kazu Kibuishi—never flags in imagination or wonder"—Publishers Weekly
"If you haven't heard of Luke Pearson, buddy, you have been hiding under a particularly uninteresting rock this past year."—Dan Berry, The Comics Bureau
"Pearson's latest comic, the spell-binding contemporary fairytale Hildafolk, feels just as at home in publisher Nobrow Press' visually intelligent catalogue as it does between good old fashioned yarns like Bone and The Adventures of Tintin in my bookcase."—Martin Steenton, Avoid the Future
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