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sumosmoke mirrors
cow boybloody chester
august moon
Sumo by Thien Pham
A washed-up American football player finds a new life in sumo wrestling. Scott, abandoned by his girlfriend and having lost his dream of playing professional football, is offered a position in a Japanese sumo training “stable,” where he seems to find himself again.
Cow Boy: A Boy and His Horse by Nate Cosby
“Story of a young bounty hunter determined to send his entire outlaw family to jail. He travels the Old West on a horse that ain’t his, and won’t stop til every one’a his kin’s in the clink” — from publisher’s web site. Ten-year-old bounty hunter Cow Boy travels across the Old West in an effort to round up his entire outlaw family and send them to jail.
Bloody Chester by J. T. Petty
In 1870 Dakota Territory, “Bloody” Chester Kates is in for some surprises when he agrees to burn down the town of Whale, believed to be inhabited by something wicked, in order for the Union Pacific to continue construction of the railroad.
Smoke & Mirrors by Mike Costa
Stage magician Terry Ward must use his skills to survive in a world where magic rules.
August Moon by Diana Thung
The townspeople of Calico believe in the legend of the Soul Fire – orbs of light dancing through the night sky, believed to be the souls of dead ancestors watching over the town. But when eleven-year-old Fiona Gan comes to town with her dad, she learns the amazing truth: these fireballs are actually the light from lanterns carried by mysterious rabbit like creatures as they leap across rooftops. Leaping with them is the peculiar street boy Jaden, who rarely speaks and claims to come from the moon. But the games may be coming to an end, because Fi and her dad are not the only newcomers to Calico when a creepy corporation starts bulldozing the nearby forests, she finds herself uncovering a whole world of secrets, and drawn into Jaden’s battle for the soul of a community. Diana Thung’s debut Top Shelf graphic novel is a true adventure, rooted in the diverse local traditions of Asian festival culture, with a modern sensibility and a hint of magic. –


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