The Glass Scientists: Volume One

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5.9 X 9.0 X 0.7 inches | 1.25 pounds

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About the Author
S. H. Cotugno is a queer and mixed-race Victorian horror nerd born and raised in Los Angeles, California. They are a director, writer, and storyboard artist in the animation industry and have previously worked on projects such as Gravity Falls, The Owl House, and Star vs. the Forces of Evil. The Glass Scientists will be their first published graphic novel. You can see more of their work at or by following them on Twitter and Instragram (@arythusa).
"A wickedly sharp adventure!" --ND Stevenson, New York Times bestselling and Eisner Award-winning creator of Nimona and co-creator of the Lumberjanes series

"The Glass Scientists is a madcap adventure through a world of potions and monsters. Cotugno is a storytelling force, and their vibrant art and sense of character pulls the reader directly into the cobblestone streets. This is a comic that you won't be able to put down." --Molly Knox Ostertag, New York Times bestselling creator of The Witch Boy series and The Girl from the Sea

"Stunning, lush, and delightfully whimsical." --Ngozi Ukazu, New York Times bestselling creator of the Check, Please! series

"The Glass Scientists is stunning, heartfelt, and has one of the most interesting takes on Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde I've ever seen. Be prepared to fall in love with every character, creature, and affront to God." --Dana Terrace, creator of The Owl House

"Cotugno is an incredible storyteller and illustrator. With passionate and loveable characters, The Glass Scientists brings you into a world of magic, science, and mysteries. It's one you'll immediately get sucked into and want to be a part of." --Daron Nefcy, creator of Star vs. the Forces of Evil

"Fast-paced and funny." --ICv2

"This imaginative, beautifully illustrated work... explores themes of identity, imposter syndrome, and living authentically in a world that doesn't want you to." --Kirkus Reviews

"The detailed, jewel-toned artwork packs intriguing details into just about every panel, and the gothic atmosphere is in fun contrast to the cartoonish figures and action." --Booklist