The Couriers 03 by Brian Wood
The Ballad Of Johnny Funwrecker (v. 3)

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Book Three in the Couriers saga hits the rewind button on the lives of everybody's two favorite urban mercenary couriers and goes back, way back, to 1993. Moustafa's a dirtbag grunge kid selling weed by the cube at Astor Place, and Special's a riot grrrl with a mean streak, looking to carve a place for herself in the criminal underworld. How do these two unlikely partners meet up and become the tight-knit team they are now? Meet Johnny Funwrecker, the hilarious larger-than-life Chinatown mob boss and role model for little street rat hooligans all over.

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Brian Wood is the vice president/director of training and co-owner of eVolve Computer Graphics Training Inc., a Seattle-based company that specializes in providing training in Adobe Creative Suite applications. Their clients include Starbucks Coffee Company, Kraft Foods, Nintendo, XEROX, BowTie Inc./Fancy Publications, and Russell Investment Group, to name a few. Brian has been an Adobe Certified Expert (A.C.E) in InDesign since version 2.0, and is also an Adobe Certified Instructor (A.C.I) in the program.
Published February 15, 2005 by AiT/PlanetLar. 88 pages
Genres: Comics & Graphic Novels. Fiction

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Up until now, this urban action series has been set in the New York of the early 2000s, but this third volume looks back to 1993 for the origin of the previous books' criminal heroes, Special and Mous

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