Bunny vs Monkey: Machine Mayhem
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A reality-altering beast threatens in ‘Wishful Thinking’ and the entire woods go all French just as aliens invade in ‘L’Honk Honk’ before Monkey and Skunky explore artisanal dining in ‘Eat Up!’ with appalling consequences for their customers, after which Ai and Monkey discover uncanny ‘Night Lights’ in the deep dark woods…
The crusade pauses for Weenie’s birthday and the hunt for ‘The Best Present in the World’ but starts again when E.V.E. crashes the party with ‘Something to Say’ about the “rise of the machines” and end of all flesh… Jamie Smart is the bestselling creator of the Bunny vs Monkey and Looshkin comic books. His work regularly appears in The Phoenix comic, a weekly story comic for children. He is also the author/illustrator of the middle - grade series Flember. Jamie has illustrated comics for The Sunday Times, the Beano and the Dandy , and his comic Fish-Head Steve was the first comic to be shortlisted for the Roald Dahl Funny Prize Armistice Day: A Collection of Remembrance - Spark Interest and Educate Children about Historical MomentsLe Fox is ‘An Old Friend’ resolved to help the animals survive, and his strategic advice is welcome, but the turning point comes in ‘Clash of the Robots’ as Metal Monkey and Steve duel, even as their mecha-mistress takes charge, unleashing DNA-altering microbots that put the fleshy freedom fighters to flight in ‘Uh-Oh-Nano!’ Each self-contained strip is a triumph of design, invention and hilarity, Smart’s unmistakeable illustrations dazzling and delighting readers. Amidst all the chaos though, Bunny, Monkey, Weenie and Pig are proper characters, always believable, no matter what they’re up to. One of the most brilliant comic strips of today. The founder of downthetubes, which he established in 1998. John works as a comics and magazine editor, writer, and on promotional work for the Lakes International Comic Art Festival.
It's a new approach to non-fiction, taking key scientific subjects and presenting them in a way that's hugely entertaining and readable, whilst still presenting reliable, serious, in-depth information that will help readers gain a true and lasting understanding of these crucial topics.
Metal E.V.E. is forming her own plans but they have to wait a bit as she’s ‘Keepin’ Busy’ with some domestic chores in Skunky’s lab, but it’s not long until Summer begins and the woods are imperilled by subterranean invasion from new menace ‘Roland T. Mole’… This isa new sort of textbook: supremely readable, hugely enjoyable and inspiringly accessible.From the origins of life to the structure of modern ecosystems, this beautifully illustrated and full-colour book follows the story of life on Earth, stopping along the way to relate how key developments have influenced events in history. It is indispensable both for students of biology and anyone curious about how life works.