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This 6-volume box set includes graphic novels about food, travel, surprises, imagination, art and time.
Box Set Includes: • Hello Kitty Volumes 1-6
Hello Kitty has places to be and friends to meet!
Join Hello Kitty in her first-ever comic book adventures as she explores other worlds, delights in delicious food and treats, discovers secrets, solves mysteries, invents amazing machines, makes music, produces plays, dreams up rainy day adventures, and so much more!
Jacob Chabot Jacob Chabot is a New York City-based cartoonist and illustrator. His comics have appeared in publications such as Nickelodeon Magazine, Mad Kids, Savage Dragon, and in various Marvel Comics. He has also done design work for such companies as Marvel, American Greetings, and The Princeton Review. Jacob is probably best known for his comic The Mighty Skullboy Army, which has been published in a series of minicomics as well as compiled in a graphic novel published by Dark Horse Comics. The Mighty Skullboy Army graphic novel was nominated for an Eisner Award in 2008 for Best Book for Teens. More examples of Jacob’s work can be found at www.beetlebugcomics.com
Ian McGinty Ian McGinty lives in Savannah, Georgia, and also parts of the universe! Also, Earth. When he isn’t drawing comics and rad pictures of octopuses (octopi?), he’s laughing at funny-looking dogs and making low-carb burritos! Ian draws stuff for VIZ Media, Top Shelf Productions, BOOM! Studios and Zenescope.
Jorge Monlongo Jorge Monlongo makes comic books, editorial and children’s illustrations and video game designs and paints on canvas and walls. He combines traditional and digital techniques to create worlds in beautiful colors that usually hide terrible secrets. You can see his works in the press (El Pais, Muy interesante, Rolling Stone) and in Mameshiba and Hello Kitty, published by VIZ Media, and Mr. Peabody and Sherman, published by IDW.