Oh My Gods!

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Product Details

Price
$24.99  $23.24
Publisher
Clarion Books
Publish Date
Pages
208
Dimensions
5.7 X 8.1 X 0.9 inches | 1.05 pounds
Language
English
Type
Hardcover
EAN/UPC
9780358299516

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About the Author

Stephanie Cooke is an award-nominated writer and editor based out of Toronto, Canada. Her writing work is featured in Millarworld Annual, The Secret Loves of Geek Girls, and Toronto Comics Anthology. Oh My Gods is her debut graphic novel. Visit her on Twitter and Instagram @hellocookie

Insha Fitzpatrick is a New Jersey-based writer, editor, film nerd, and professional spooky person. She's the founder and co-Editor-in-Chief of DIS/MEMBER and co-Editor-in-Chief of Rogues Portal. Her bylines include Geek.com, Birth.Movies.Death. Visit her at www.ifitzpatrick.com onTwitter: @benwyyatt and on Instagram: @iinshagram.

Juliana Moon is a Brazilian digital artist working in comics and illustration. She lives in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Visit her at www.julianamoon.com, on Twitter @notjulianamoon and on Instagram @julianamoon.

Reviews

"The dialogue and characterizations are spot on and snappy. Kudos also to Juliana Moon's cartooning. Her artwork is immensely engaging -- filled with expressive, appealing faces and a wide variety of body shapes and sizes." --New York Times Book Review "[An] adorable father-daughter-bonding story with a twist....A fun romp with minimal drama and plenty of heart makes this a refreshing read, and a teaser ending indicates more to come."--Booklist "A breezy tone and well-placed gags keep things moving in Cooke and Fitzpatrick's series opener.... Instantly inviting art with strong lines and a colorful palette by Moon quickly situates the reader."--Publishers Weekly "Sure to be a hit among readers seeking an exciting mystery with mythological flair."--School Library Journal "Visually, Moon's bright and expressive art propels Cooke and Fitzpatrick's narrative, with tidy stylization and an alluring full-color palette....Intriguing." --Kirkus --