Papercutz Slice: Hunger Pains by Stefan Petrucha
  

Synopsis

Papercutz Slice: Hunger Pains by Stefan Petrucha

Ratkiss Everspleen decides to take her sister Dim's place in the annual televised battle to the death, even though Mayor Underwear insists participation is totally optional. Ratkiss and fellow contestant Peek a Choo, soon begin training under Haybitch Blubbernasty for the most unnecessary battle of their lives, in this pointed parody that also pokes fun at everything from Glee to Winnie the Pooh!

About the Author

Rick Parker's artwork has been seen in the NY Times, Village Voice, The NY Press, The Daily News, The Chicago Tribune, on 60 Minutes, CNN, Marvel Comics, DC Comics, Nickelodeon Magazine and in millions of MTV's Beavis and Butt-Head Comic Books worldwide. He illustrated both Stinky Dead Kid stories in Tales from the Crypt #8 and recently collaborated with comics legend Harvey Pekar of American Splendor fame on the online webcomic series Project Pekar.

Stefan Petrucha has written X-Files comics and for Disney comics. He is the author of such YA series as Timetripper (Razorbill), Wicked Dead with Thomas Pendleton (Harper Collins) and The Rule of Won, which was published in September 2008 to rave reviews. Stefan has written every Nancy Drew Graphic Novel from Papercutz to date, and wrote both Stinky Dead Kid stories in Tales from the Crypt #8.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
64 pages

Author

Stefan Petrucha
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Publisher

Papercutz

Publication date

12th March 2012

ISBN

9781597073127


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