Marvin, saved at the last minute from certain death in a duel by his young warrior admirer Marvin the Red, simply cannot be let to die like he wishes!
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Lewis Trondheim is the creator of such comic strips as A.L.I.E.E.E.N., Mr. O, and McConey Rabbit, and is the cowriter of Dungeon. He is the author of A.L.I.E.E.E.N.: Archives of Lost Issues, Kaput & Kosky, Mister I, and the Little Nothings series. He is the head of Shampooing, an imprint of the French comics publisher Delcourt.From Booklist:
After escaping from Craftiwich and certain death at the hands of Herbert the Great Khan, the Dust King and companions Little Bat and the warrior rabbit Marvin the Red find refuge in the Village of the Cats. But the Great Khan pursues them, and dispatching Marvin and the cats to safety, the Dust King uses his powers to decimate his former friend's army and escape again. A chance meeting with drug-addled sorcerer Gilberto and the fragmentation of the planet into small floating islands doesn't improve our hero's luck, though he tracks down his missing arms; finds the erstwhile Hole-of-the-Spirits, where the shamans hang out; reconnects with Marvin and Little Bat; and eventually reunites with wife and children. This Dungeon installment is a roller coaster of action, adventure, and laughs, made that much more fun, somehow, because Sfar and Lewis Trondheim also give their hero's odyssey a leisurely, rambling character. Fans waiting on the edge of their seats since Dragon Cemetery: Dungeon; Twilight, v.1 (2006) shouldn't be disappointed. Tina Coleman
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