The Crossroads at Midnight

Abby Howard (Author)
Pre-Order   Ships Feb 23, 2021

Product Details

Price
$18.00  $16.56
Publisher
Iron Circus Comics
Publish Date
February 23, 2021
Pages
320
Dimensions
6.6 X 10.2 X 0.9 inches | 1.75 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781945820687

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About the Author

Abby Howard is a cartoonist whose interests include dinosaurs, horror, and Spoons, her beautiful cat. She's been drawing comics since first discovering there was such a thing, eventually putting them online and gaining a following that led to a full-time cartooning career. She's the creator of the self-published humor comic, Junior Scientist Power Hour, the gothic adventure The Last Halloween, the horror collection The Crossroads at Midnight (both from Iron Circus Comics), and the Earth Before Us series from Amulet, a three-book educational series about ancient beasts.

Reviews

"An enjoyable read and a fitting one for this spooky month of October." -- MULTIVERSITY (THE LAST HALLOWEEN)

"Howard is able to convey silliness as powerfully as she can convey real horror, and the result is a singular piece of work that resonates in genuinely unnerving ways." -- COMICS ALLIANCE (THE LAST HALLOWEEN)

"[Like] Sendak did, [Howard] trusts children perhaps more than most adults to understand that fear is not inherently a bad thing." -- A.V. CLUB (THE LAST HALLOWEEN)

"A fast-moving exploration of how scientists have come to understand life in that period (dinosaurs, as well as mammals, insects, and sea life), clearly and amusingly explained through the duo's dialogue." -- PUBLISHERS WEEKLY Starred Review (DINOSAUR EMPIRE!)

"Stylish, informative, and funny, this inviting work of graphic nonfiction is ideal for visual learners as well as those who can't get enough of prehistoric creatures." -- BOOKLIST (OCEAN RENEGADES!)

"If you're like me and think Abby Howard is hilarious but haven't yet actually taken the time to dig into her work, this is very good." -- WOMEN WRITE ABOUT COMICS (JUNIOR SCIENTIST POWER HOUR)