Anna and Froga 2 I Dunno, What Do You Want to Do? by Anouk Ricard


Anna and Froga 2 I Dunno, What Do You Want to Do? by Anouk Ricard

Get lost in the vibrantly colorful, hysterically funny world of Anna and her animal palsEmbark on a fresh set of adventures with the hilariously snarky and mischievous heroes of Anna and Froga. In each short episode, Anouk Ricard's deceptively simple illustrations harmonize perfectly with the characters' petty, silly, and downright slapstick pranks. Bright colors, astutely observed details, and minimalist line work combine to present a world that is shockingly lively and joyous. Anna, Froga, Ron, Bubu, and Christopher have adventures that rival the best in classic comics. Ricard hits her stride in this second volume of the Anna and Froga books, which have found a loving home among classic comics connoisseurs, alternative comics fans, and children in North America and Europe alike.


Anna and Froga is . . . a genuinely funny, unshakably adorable set of stories about a creative little girl and her mischievous animal pals. A.V. Club Good graciousness, what a comic! . . . The art is just flat-out beautiful and there's something about the way Froga is drawn that is hilarious every time you see her. Nick Gazin, Vice

About the Author

Anouk Ricard is an author, artist, and stop-motion animator. She was born in the south of France. She began the Anna and Froga series after moving to Strasbourg in 2004. Initially published in Capsule Comique magazine, the collections of strips were reprinted by Sarbacane to widespread acclaim.

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40 pages


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Publication date

27th August 2013



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