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Evil Count Fibula has almost finalised his plans to return Eyetooth to the bloodthirsty days of old and his vampire minions are poised to invade the world again. But exiled vegetarian vampire, Count Muesli, is returning - helped by young Joe and his father. Will he be in time to put a stop to Fibula's fiendish plans? And how will Muesli deal with another threat... the appearance of a vampire hunter?!
Calling all comic strip artists! Inside Comic Fun Frank Rodgers shows you how to draw comic strip characters, write comic strip storylines, create comic strip effects and much more! Packed with practical advice and topical tips this is the book for you if you've ever wanted to create your own comics.
Do you want to learn how to draw and paint some really monstrous cartoons? Join Count Drawcula in his haunted castle and discover the spooky secrets of how to create ghosts and ghouls, werewolves and witches - and all manner of creepy characters. Follow Frank Rodgers' clear, practical and funny directions and you'll soon be horrifying your friends with deliciously disgusting drawings fo your own.
"e;How to draw cartoon characters that are actually funny"e; - The Bookseller CrowHave you ever fancied yourself as a cartoonist, making up brilliant characters and having great ideas? Then look no further! In Cartoon Fun, Frank Rodgers takes you on a creative cartoon journey. Follow his colorful directions, enjoy his jokes along the way and soon you'll be producing your own cartoon characters, caricatures and crazy cartoon capers!"e;Nice book for kids who want to learn the basics."e; - Goodreads
"e;This book was excellent! I would have loved to have my hands on a book like this when I was younger."e; - Goodreads"e;Former art teacher Frank Rodgers brings onto the page a lifetime's experience...with a humorous running commentary. - Scotland on SundayIf you want to learn how to draw, paint and create cartoon animals then look no further! You'll find out that animals have always been popular in art, from prehistoric cave drawings to modern comics. In Animal Art, Frank Rodgers shares many of his ideas with you. Try out some of his exciting drawing and coloring techniques and soon you'll be creating your own masterpieces from mythical monsters to four-legged friends."e;A lovely book...quite comprehensive with a little history thrown in. Hours of enjoyment and inspiration for all aspiring artists."e; - Goodreads
"e;Superb plotting and storytelling - a compelling ride full of invention, strong characters and constant action."e; - The GuardianEvil Count Fibula wants to return to the bad old days when vampires roamed the world. Count Muesli, young, popular and vegetarian, doesn't fit in with Fibula's dark plans so he's thrown out of Eyetooth - the secret last refuge of the vampires. But when his new human friends - Joe and his family - are captured by Fibula, Muesli knows he must return..."e;Exciting... and really funny!"e; - Bookbox
"e;A sure-fire inclusion for the public or junior-school library. Great fun."e; - The School Librarian"e;Stop that soppy snivelling!"e; yelled Billy Blackheart. "e;It's time for a dip!"e; Captain Peg-Leg Doubloon and Matey the pig are best friends. And best friends stick together - especially when the black-hearted crew of the Jolly Rotter decide to mutiny... A delightful and heart-warming tale of friendship and bravery."e;Inventively illustrated, from rolling-eyed pirates to an impromptu Christmas tree made from rope and seaweed."e; - Independent on Sunday
Bill's new TV is second hand and so ancient that it stops working... So how come there's a scary face peering from the screen? It's a ghost He's trapped and his energy's fading fast. The ghost must get back to his old house - now! Bill wants to help, but before he can, the TV goes missing. Can Bill find it before the ghost is stuck in the TV... for ever?