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Rascal Raccoon's Raging Revenge HC Hardcover – December 20, 2011

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Product Details

  • Hardcover: 144 pages
  • Publisher: Oni Press (December 20, 2011)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1934964719
  • ISBN-13: 978-1934964712
  • Product Dimensions: 6 x 0.5 x 9 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,608,405 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Rascal Raccoon has finally managed to kill his archnemesis, the adorable Toonie named Jumpin’ Jackalope. But what is he supposed to do with all of his new extra time? Lost and purposeless, Rascal decides he needs a new target and settles on Pen Man, the animator who drew him. Hay and Wagner pack a lot of action into their story, though the plot does get lost in favor of chaos at times. More distinct artistic styles for the Toonie world and the human one would have helped differentiate the two, but Wagner’s cartoony style and bright colors are a blast. On the surface, this graphic novel seems to skew toward young children, but the high levels of cartoon violence, skimpy outfits, and jokes about Korean animation make this a better fit for teens with the maturity level and knowledge necessary to appreciate the humor. Adults who gobbled up Looney Toons as kids will dig the silliness as well. Grades 9-12. --Snow Wildsmith

More About the Author

Brendan Hay is a geek who's been lucky enough to channel his lifelong love for comic books and television into a writing career. Rascal Raccoon's Raging Revenge marks his first work for Oni Press, but previously he wrote Scream Queen and Eureka for BOOM! Studios, and contributed stories to Tromatic Tales and Lovebunny & Mr. Hell for Devil's Due Publishing.

On the TV-side, Brendan has written for The Simpsons, Robot Chicken (Emmy nominated!), and The Mighty B! Before that, he was a headline producer for The Daily Show with Jon Stewart and a contributing writer to America: The Book. More recently, he was the head writer on Star Wars Detours, an animated comedy from Lucasfilm Animation. He currently works for DreamWorks Animation

After spending many years in New York City and a few in Berkeley, Brendan now lives in Los Angeles, CA with his wife, two dogs, and three-legged cat.

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TV Show, comedy: incredibly tough call...today I'll say Arrested Development
TV Show, drama: The Wire

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By Brian Gagnon on May 12, 2014
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Once upon a time, there was a cute lil' Merrie named Jumpin' Jackalope and there was a mean lil' Meanie named Rascal Raccoon. For years, they, mainly Rascal, have been locked in a Spy Vs. Spy like war with each other, with Jumpin' always coming out on top. That is, until the day two buses randomly drive on the road the combatants are on a go all "Final Destination" on Jumpin' Jackalope. (Don't worry. I'm not spoiling what hasn't been spoiled here.) This causes Rascal and his fellow Meanies to celebrate with glee. However, Rascal starts to get bored of having nothing to do now that Jumpin' is out of the picture and Jumpin's wife, Janey, who Rascal had quite the crush on, misses him like hell. So, off they go to see the animator who created them, dealing with the void left by Jumpin's passing and the true differences between being a Meanie and a Merrie. Any of you out who like the old Looney Tunes cartoons, as well as those who are big "Robot Chicken" fans (One of the writers wrote this story!), ought to go give this one a look and fast because, last I heard, the studio behind the Looney Tunes shorts had just hired the director of "A VERY Harold & Kumar Christmas" to direct the adaption and we don't want to be spoiled ahead of time.
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