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Pak, Greg: Stranger Things Omnibus: Afterschool Adventures (Graphic Novel)

Three exciting standalone comics stories from the world of Stranger Things! Each focuses on younger characters from the Netflix hit, making this the perfect gift for any young fan.
 
Collects:
Stanger Things: Zombie Boys, Stanger Things: The Bully, and Stanger Things: Erica The Great


In Zombie Boys:
It’s spring in the normally quiet town of Hawkins, Indiana. Mike, Lucas, Dustin, and Will grapple with the traumatic encounters they had with the Demogorgon–the stress building tension in their crew. Just in time to distract them, Spielberg-wannabe, Joey Kim, joins their AV club with a Betamax Camcorder and a vision—to make the scariest movie Hawkins Middle School has ever seen.
 
In The Bully:
Troy has been having nightmares about El ever since she embarrassed him in front of the school and broke his arm with telekinesis. Powerless and anxious, Troy is determined to prove that what happened between him and El is only some form of trickery. That is until he and his friend James encounter demodogs!
 
In Erica The Great:
With the Starcourt Mall’s recent destruction, Erica has lost her favorite hangout spot and her “free ice cream for life” deal at Scoops-Ahoy. To make matters worse, her brother is too busy for her and her mom won’t let her play Dungeons & Dragons anymore. This is the story of an ambitious, bossy, brilliant ten-year-old dealing with the complexities of maintaining friendships and learning how to compromise.
 

Autor Pak, Greg
Einband Kartonierter Einband (Kt)
Erscheinungsjahr 2022
Seitenangabe 208 S.
Meldetext Lieferbar in ca. 20-45 Arbeitstagen
Ausgabekennzeichen Englisch
Coverlag Dark Horse Books (Imprint/Brand)
Verlag Random House N.Y.

Three exciting standalone comics stories from the world of Stranger Things! Each focuses on younger characters from the Netflix hit, making this the perfect gift for any young fan.
 
Collects:
Stanger Things: Zombie Boys, Stanger Things: The Bully, and Stanger Things: Erica The Great


In Zombie Boys:
It’s spring in the normally quiet town of Hawkins, Indiana. Mike, Lucas, Dustin, and Will grapple with the traumatic encounters they had with the Demogorgon–the stress building tension in their crew. Just in time to distract them, Spielberg-wannabe, Joey Kim, joins their AV club with a Betamax Camcorder and a vision—to make the scariest movie Hawkins Middle School has ever seen.
 
In The Bully:
Troy has been having nightmares about El ever since she embarrassed him in front of the school and broke his arm with telekinesis. Powerless and anxious, Troy is determined to prove that what happened between him and El is only some form of trickery. That is until he and his friend James encounter demodogs!
 
In Erica The Great:
With the Starcourt Mall’s recent destruction, Erica has lost her favorite hangout spot and her “free ice cream for life” deal at Scoops-Ahoy. To make matters worse, her brother is too busy for her and her mom won’t let her play Dungeons & Dragons anymore. This is the story of an ambitious, bossy, brilliant ten-year-old dealing with the complexities of maintaining friendships and learning how to compromise.
 

Fr. 25.40
Verfügbarkeit: Am Lager
ISBN: 978-1-5067-2773-8
Verfügbarkeit: Lieferbar in ca. 20-45 Arbeitstagen

Über den Autor Pak, Greg

Greg Pak is a comic book writer and filmmaker best known for Action Comics and Batman/Superman for DC Comics, Planet Hulk and Magneto Testament for Marvel Comics, and the Code Monkey Save World graphic novel and The Princess Who Saved Herself children's book, based on the songs of Jonathan Coulton. He directed the award-winning feature film Robot Stories and dozens of shorts, including Happy Fun Room. He was named one of 25 Filmmakers to Watch by Filmmaker Magazine, described as "a talent with a future" by the New York Times, and named Breakout Talent of the year by Wizard Magazine. Pak also co-wrote the fan favorite Incredible Hercules series with Fred Van Lente, with whom he also wrote the new how-to book, Make Comics Like the Pros. The author lives in New York, New York.
 
Danny Lore (they/them) is a queer black writer/editor raised in Harlem and currently based in the Bronx. They’ve worked in comic and gaming shops since the beginning of time. Most of their writing is contemporary speculative fiction, with the occasional foray into science fiction. They’ve had their short fiction published by FIYAH, Podcastle, Fireside, Nightlight, EFNIKS.com and more. Their comics work includes QUEEN OF BAD DREAMS for Vault Comics, QUARTER KILLER for Comixology, and JAMES BOND for Dynamite Comics in December 2019. They have short comics in DEAD BEATS and THE GOOD FIGHT. They edited THE GOOD FIGHT anthology and THE WILDS (Black Mask comics). They will be included in the YA prose Anthology A PHOENIX FIRST MUST BURN, at Viking Books, in Spring 2020.
 

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