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Title:
Regular show. Volume 1
Author:
Green, K. C. (Kenneth Cary), 1987- , author.
Publication Information:
Los Angeles, CA : KaBOOM!, a division of Boom Entertainment, Inc., 2014.
Physical Description:
1 volume (unpaged) : chiefly color illustrations ; 26 cm
Summary:
The first collection of the all-ages comic sensation based on the Cartoon Network animated series. A monster living under the park that lives off of unruly energy?! Arm Wrestling training? Mordecai and Rigby are always up to something.
General Note:
Originally published in single magazine form as Regular show 1-2, 4-5.
Language:
English
Added Uniform Title:
Regular show (Television program)
ISBN:
9781608863624
Format :
Book

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Summary

The first collection of the all-ages comic sensation based on the top-rated Cartoon Network animated series is finally here!

Get ready for a REGULAR SHOW trade that is anything but! A monster living under the park that lives off of unruly energy?! Arm Wrestling training? Mordecai and Rigby are always up to something! One of Cartoon Network's top-rated animated series is now a top-selling comic book series with all new adventures by KC Green (Gunshow) and newcomer Allison Strejlau!


Author Notes

KC Green is a self-taught web cartoonist best known for the web comic GUNSHOW, which he writes and draws. Allison Strejlau is a cartoonist and illustrator working and living in New York.


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Booklist Review

Mordecai and Rigby, a blue jay and raccoon, respectively, are two slackers who stay inside to play video games on a superhot day. This sets off a manic string of events first, Rigby cools off inside the fridge only to punch his way out while battling creatures inside. Then he wishes on a shooting star for some coolness, and presto! a water park springs up the next morning. But the snaking slides of the water park are actually a giant hydra, bent on destroying anything slovenly! It's useless to look for sense here, but that's OK because the frenetic pace, crazily slanted panels, and weird jokes all play into a particularly popular brand of off-the-wall cartoon wackiness. Stone's manic page layouts are overstuffed with action, capitalizing on the absolute absurdity of the story. Fans of the cartoon and others like it will eagerly turn out for this laugh-a-minute riot that perfectly captures the spirit of the show, and they'll be stoked that this graphic novel, at more than 150 pages, packs more punches than any episode.--Hunter, Sarah Copyright 2014 Booklist