Andi Watson comic
Teenage tennis action as only Marvel can deliver! Tennis is Mill Collins whole life...but as the lowest ranking student at the Wayde Tennis Academy, she's about to lose her scholarship, and any chance at reaching her dream. What will she do next?
CLUBBING is written by the Eisner- and Harvey-nominated indie sensation Andi Watson (Geisha, Paris, Skeleton Key) and illustrated by Josh Howard (Dead @ 17), Wizard magazine's pick as the #1 independent book to watch in 2005.The crime: Getting caught with a fake I.D. at an extravagant West End nightclub. The punishment: Spending the summer at her Grandparent's stuffy country club. But Charlotte "Lottie" Brook, best known for her mile-high platforms, an endless i-tunes account and an unbridled passion for classic lit, will end up doing more than just serving time in country boot camp. Lottie will narrowly escape romance and end up solving a murder mystery on the 19th hole of her Grandparents' golf course.This book also includes Lottie's Lexicon, a special dictionary feature that translates British slang to fluent American.
Genre: Graphic Novels
- Issue # TPB (3 years ago)
The fantastic world of Mike Mignola is brought to new life by the best artists in comics. John Cassaday (Captain America) provides the stunning cover, as well as two stories in this stunning kickoff. TyRuben Ellingson, who worked side by side with Mignola as conceptual designer on the upcoming Hellboy film, lends a pinup, and Andi Watson (Skeleton Key) brings an infernal duke of Hell to a birthday party.
Namor has been many things in his life - ruler, outcast, villian, mutant. But the one story that has yet to be told are his adventures as a wily teen.
Andi Watson and Mel Rubi kick it up a notch--and AvP will never be the same!!! A girl named Charley is doing time on a prison colony. Her boyfriend Elliot has a step-mom in The Company who's willing to get Charley out of stir... for a price. All Charley and Elliott have to do is pull a heist at a rival company's research complex. Simple, until a certain dreadlocked hunter from space frees the research. And you get just one guess as to what that "research" is.