Space Battle Lunchtime Volume 1 Lights, Camera, Snacktion! by Natalie Riess, Natalie Riess
  

Space Battle Lunchtime Volume 1 Lights, Camera, Snacktion!

Written by Natalie Riess, Natalie Riess
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RRP £11.99

Synopsis

Space Battle Lunchtime Volume 1 Lights, Camera, Snacktion! by Natalie Riess, Natalie Riess

Collecting the first four issues of Natalie Riess's delectable series, SPACE BATTLE LUNCHTIME! Earth baker Peony gets the deal of a lifetime when she agrees to be a contestant on the Universe's hottest reality TV show, Space Battle Lunchtime! But that was before she knew that it shoots on location... on a spaceship... and her alien competitors don't play nice! Does Peony really have what it takes to be the best cook in the Galaxy? Tune in and find out!

Reviews

A feast for the eyes and fantastic first course! - Mairghread Scott Natalie Riess delivers a comic that lives up to its exciting name, Space Battle Lunchtime! With gorgeous layouts, unique character designs and an intriguing premise, I am excited to read the next installment and find out who will be the toughest cookie in this tasty new series! - Sarah Graley (Rick and Morty: Lil

. Space Battle Lunch Time is absolutely, 100% my favorite comic about space baking. - Ethan Kocak (Black Mudpuppy) If somehow intergalactic cooking competition by itself doesn't do it for you, Space Battle Lunchtime is also full of wonderfully-designed characters, great cartooning, and beautiful coloring. Don't miss it. - Ben Towle (Oyster War) Space Battle Lunchtime is incredibly charming and fun! It's an exciting peek at a well-developed cast of characters and an exciting, upbeat Space Bake-Off. I can't wait to read more! - Carey Pietsch (Lumberjanes, Adventure Time: Marceline Gone Adrift) KIRKUS -- An Earth patissiere is beamed up to an intergalactic cooking competition reminiscent of Iron Chef. With oversized glasses, light skin, and a hairstyle reminiscent of Lucy's from Peanuts, Peony spends her days whipping up culinary delights at the bakery where she works. However, one fateful day, she is visited by a bespectacled frog who invites her to participate in a competition to find the greatest chef in the galaxy. Suddenly, Peony finds herself on Space Battle Lunchtime, a televised show staged in an out-of-this-world kitchen with alien ingredients (literally) and odd appliances unlike anything she's ever seen. Undaunted by her exotic surroundings, Peony finds that her relentless optimism and cooking know-how help her persevere and woo the extraterrestrial judges. Threatened by her success, her ET opponents are not above sabotage, and Peony soon discovers the lengths some of them would go to ensure she does not win. Will Peony survive, or is this just the way her cookie crumbles? Riess

-spun mixture of food fiction and space tales, with a dash of pop culture, this unusual charmer defies genre conventions and seems to revel in its own sheer individuality and campy wonder. Delicious fun that's out of this world. (Graphic science fiction. 7-14)

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
120 pages

Author

Natalie Riess, Natalie Riess
More books by Natalie Riess, Natalie Riess

Publisher

Oni Press,US

Publication date

25th October 2016

ISBN

9781620103135


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