Flight Explorer 1 by Johane Matte,Kean Soo,Kazu (EDT) Kibuishi, Kazu Kibuishi

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Flight Explorer 1

About Johane Matte,Kean Soo,Kazu (EDT) Kibuishi, Kazu Kibuishi

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Kazu Kibuishi was 24 years old and working full-time in the animation industry when he began developing the idea of doing "Flight," He began contacting his friends in the animation, comics, and graphic novel world to see if they would want to join the project. Little did he know that it would draw him into comics full-time. He now works from his home studio in Pasadena, California, creating and promoting "Flight" and his popular young adult comic "Daisy Kutter," which was nominated as an American Library Association Best Book for Young Adults -- the only graphic novel on the list in 2005. Born in England and raised in Hong Kong, Kean Soo is a self-taught cartoonist and formally trained electrical engineer currently residing in Canada. In addition to his online comics, several of his stories have been published in various comic anthologies.
Published January 1, 2008 by Villard Books 2008-03-25. 111 pages
Genres: Young Adult, Comics & Graphic Novels, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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A welcome addition to the still-thin ranks of graphic fiction for younger children, this collection offers ten entertaining new tales from as many authors.

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The multi-volume Flight anthology series has introduced a group of young cartoonists influenced more by animation than by American comics; this work is its new sibling, featuring 10 Flight artists

Mar 31 2008 | Read Full Review of Flight Explorer 1

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