Cursed Pirate Girl

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  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 4/5/2016
  • Publisher: Archaia

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The Cursed Pirate Girl is on a quest in search of her father. It’s a journey filled with adventure above and below the mythical waters of the Omerta Seas. A nautical fairytale of strange creatures, whimsical characters, swashbuckling danger, and the most bizarre pirates you could hope for. It’s certain to amaze and captivate adults and children alike!
Available for the first time ever in a softcover trade paperback, Jeremy A. Bastian’s beautiful, astonishingly detailed line work is on display in volume one of his magnus opusCursed Pirate Girl, a black-and-white original graphic novel series about a girl on a quest in search of her father.

Author Biography

Jeremy Bastian grew up wanting to be an artist. He comes from a very diverse artistic family that has encouraged him along his path from the moment he picked up a crayon. Born Ypsilani, Michigan, after high school he went to art school in Pittsburh, graduated, and being quite enamored with Michigan, moved back and no lives there with his wife Emily in Plymouth. They raise chickens, ducks and sheep on a small historical homestead nestled between a golf course and a corn field. 

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