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Herobear And The Kid Volume 1: The Inheritance (v. 1) Paperback – May 26, 2003
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About the Author
Mike Kunkel is a comic book writer, artist, and animator known, among other things, for his work on BILLY BATSON AND THE MAGIC OF SHAZAM! as well as for his original Eisner Award-winning series HEROBEAR AND THE KID. Kunkel has over 20 years of experience as a director, screenwriter, and animator in television and feature films for clients including Warner Bros, Nickelodeon, Cartoon Network, Sony Entertainment, Universal Pictures, and Walt Disney Studios. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
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Top Customer Reviews
Mike Kunkel�s wondrous look into the life of an average boy (average for someone with a magic bear) is one of the best things to come along in a long while. Kunkel�s unique style (it�s almost like cartoons on paper) and his well-crafted stories and characters will have you reading � and re-reading � this collection many times over and for many years to come.
The story will move you, the artwork will inspire you, and the characters will live in your hearts forever.
As a lover of animation, the Penciled, sketchy style just sucked me in and kept everything moving across the page. The story is exciting, hilarious and thrilling all at the same time. I LOVE Herobear, and even though I bought all of the individual issues when they came out, I LOVE this collection. The Sketckbook pages are wonderful and really give readers a fantastic peak inside the creative process.
Unlike a previous reviewer, I don't consider the extra, "behind-the-scenes" artwork to be "bad news." Like my favorite DVDs, this collection of extras enhances my enjoyment and makes me feel like I'm in on the creative process.
Buy the book. You can't go wrong with a polar bear in a red cape.