Water Baby (A Minx Title) by Ross Campbell
  

Synopsis

Water Baby (A Minx Title) by Ross Campbell

Introducing Minx - a new line of graphic novels for young adults!Brody is an abrasive surfer-girl whose leg has just been bitten off by a shark. Forced to confront her new disability - not to mention trying to deal with a strange, shark-like transformation which may or may not be happening to her - the last thing she needs is the return of her hot but freeloading ex-boyfriend, Jake. To get him out of her life permanently, Brody and her best friend Louisa set off on a road trip to New York, facing shark-infested nightmares and weird hitch-hikers along the way...Acclaimed writer and artist Ross Campbell (The Abandoned, Wet Moon, Spooked) presents a fast-paced story of friendship, salvation, and punk rock romance!

Reviews

A read I could not put down. - SilverBulletComicBooks.com Campbell's character designs for Wet Moon are, in a word, outstanding... Fantastic. - ReadAboutComics.com (On The Abandoned): Campbell manages to lift his story above so many others through the vibrancy of his characters. - BlogCritics.org Take the time to savor each page of this book. - IGN.com

About the Author

Ross Campbell is a young writer/artist whose first major work was as artist on Antony Johnston's Oni Press graphic novel, Spooked. This brought him to the attention of manga giants Tokyopop, for whom Campbell created gothic horror Wet Moon and zombie action series The Abandoned, which went on to receive wide critical acclaim and establish a devoted fan-base for his uniquely goth-tinged art style and particular knack with character design.

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Format

Paperback
176 pages

Author

Ross Campbell
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Publication date

31st October 2008

ISBN

9781845765835


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