Wolf's Head - An Original Graphic Novel Series: Issue 4: 'Distance, ' 'The Sage, ' and 'The Hitchhiker'

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Von Allan Studio
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6.63 X 10.25 X 0.16 inches | 0.34 pounds

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About the Author

Von Allan was born red-headed and freckled in Arnprior, Ontario, just in time for STAR WARS: A NEW HOPE. The single child of two loving but troubled parents, Von split most of his childhood between their two homes and, consequently, spent a lot of time in the worlds of comics and wrestling. He managed an independent bookstore in Ottawa for many years, all the while working on story ideas in his spare time. Eventually, he decided to make the leap to a creative life. Von currently lives in Ottawa, Canada, with his writer/editor geek wife, Moggy and their husky dog, Corbin. Von was recently featured in the documentary film I AM STILL YOUR CHILD written and directed by Megan Durnford (http: //iamstillyourchild.com) and produced by Katarina Soukup of Catbird Films (http: //catbirdfilms.ca). His artwork was also featured in a CBC Arts video profile at http: //www.cbc.ca/arts/exhibitionists/as-a-kid-his-mother-s-illness-scared-him-now-he-s-using-comics-to-come-to-terms-1.4281356
Sam Boswell has been finding dangling modifiers, correcting spelling, and fixing misused apostrophes in fiction, non-fiction, university theses, graphic novels, technical manuals, and government bureaucratese for almost 20 years. She lives in Ontario, Canada, and, when she's not solving language problems for other people, she can be found deep in a book, untangling yarn, or digging in the garden.


" This new and original, full color, deftly scripted, impressively illustrated comic book series is a fully engaging, page-turner of a read and would prove to be an immediate and enduringly popular addition to personal reading lists and community library collections." - Midwest Book Review (http: //www.midwestbookreview.com/wbw/feb_19.htm#GraphicNovel)

" Allan is able to imbue Wolf's Head with some of the heartfelt energy that was present in his previous graphic novel. It's particularly noticeable in the relationship between Lauren Greene and her mother. Their introduction is front-loaded with expository dialog, but it quickly slows down and we are witness to the tense and difficult relationship between a mother and a daughter who don't always get along but love each other in spite of it all." - The Beat (https: //www.comicsbeat.com/review-von-allan-wolfs-head/)