The Hello Kitty brand touches every part of a girl’s life with on-trend product, and touches every part of popular culture—from fashion to celebrity to art. It is a true lifestyle brand.
VIZ Media’s wordless comic series is the first of its kind.
Hello Kitty has places to be and friends to meet!
Join Kitty in her first ever comic book adventures as she explores an underground realm, moonlights as an international superspy, climbs the Himalayas, travels back in time, and discovers that sometimes, the best place to get away from it all is between the pages of a good book.
Plus, guest artist Susie Ghahremani takes Hello Kitty on some unexpected detours!
Reads L to R (Western Style) for all ages.
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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.comFrom Booklist:
Hello Kitty is cute, cute, cute! And fans everywhere will squeal with delight at this collection of short, wordless comics. In colorful, detailed panels, Kitty embarks on all kinds of adventures: she travels to the North and South Poles before taking a trip to the moon. She rescues a very special package for the queen of England in a James Bond–style caper. She embarks on a day of housekeeping, only to fall clean through the earth. All while making new, cute friends along the way, of course. Tongue-in-cheek visual jokes are everywhere, from Kitty’s logic-defying around-the-world chase to a daylong adventure with an umbrella that she uses for everything except rain protection. The standout is Kitty’s trip to the library, where she samples various genres and is befuddled by a fantasy, terrified by an undersea adventure, and—in a laugh-out-loud send-up—so bored by a black-and-white Chandleresque noir that she nods off right in the middle. Though some of the references might soar over the heads of young readers, the cheerful, bubbly cartoon art is irresistible. Grades K-2. --Sarah Hunter
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