Digital Lizards of Doom Vol. 1: Dizzy Doom

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6.0 X 8.9 X 0.3 inches | 0.74 pounds

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About the Author
Gabriel Valentin, the writer of Digital Lizards of Doom, possesses long standing passions for composition and storytelling. Valentin grew up on epic fantasy/adventure books, games and movies. With his story, he wants to help ignite that same fire in the hearts of young readers!

Influenced by the graphic novel styling of the 90's and classic animation, Ernie Najera has had his artwork in comic book anthologies like Action Hospital, Kaiju, and tribute comics like Jack Kirby Birthday Tribute #96. Najera had the grand task of bringing the Digital Lizards of Doom characters to life in their very first adventure, proving his skill as a fantasy artist!
"A fun mix of comics, video games, tabletop games, adventure cartoons, and more, that all combine to make something very new yet also familiar."--Mike Towry, Co-founder of San Diego Comic-Con and Founder of San Diego Comic Fest
"The best example of what happens when you bridge the theater of the mind with literature. I am so excited for the impact that these books will have in the future of education. In my mind the limits are endless."--Ray Porter "WB Discovery"
The DLOD book has ignited a passion for literacy in some of our most disengaged students. Gabe's creative style of writing in a text based format along with the engaging plot eliminates barriers of accessibility to engage young readers to see themselves as readers. The implementation of this graphic novel into our afterschool programs in San Diego Unified School district has sparked a love for reading in our students. In addition, Gabe has incorporated various components of Visual and Perfoming Arts (VAPA) through the companion curriculum, videos, and songs. I strongly recommend this book and curriculum to students in 3rd-7th grade.--Tobie Pace, Senior Director Extended Learning Opportunities, San Diego Unified School District