Stickleback

Stickleback The story of eccentric George Stickleback who spends life in his apartment with his cat Patty surrounded by meticulously arranged toilet paper men A mission from the outside world to console a friend

  • Title: Stickleback
  • Author: Graham Annable
  • ISBN: 9781891867804
  • Page: 111
  • Format: Paperback
  • The story of eccentric George Stickleback, who spends life in his apartment with his cat Patty surrounded by meticulously arranged toilet paper men A mission from the outside world to console a friend imposes an unwelcome break in his routine From the creator of Grickle and co director of The Boxtrolls.

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    About "Graham Annable"

    1. Graham Annable

      Graham Annable is a cartoonist and animator living in Portland, Oregon He is the creator of Grickle, published by Alternative Comics, and one of the founders of the Hickee humor anthology also published by Alternative Comics Annable has created works for the television, film, video game, and comic book industries.After graduating from Toronto s Sheridan College, where he was classically trained as an animator, Annable ended up at LucasArts He worked there for ten years, ultimately as a lead animator In addition, Annable has done illustration and cartoon work for among others Chuck Jones, Nickelodeon, and Walt Disney Productions His self produced short animated films are also popular among YouTube watchers Annable is currently employed as creative director at Telltale Games.

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    1. The book follows the antics of an artist who makes figures out of toilet paper. We see his dull life, staring at vague figures of toilet paper, a few inches big, and then tweaking them. We meet his cat who inevitably screws up the figures. And we meet one of his benefactors, a kid with a weird physical ailment. I loved Graham Annable's "Book of Grickle" and thought this would be as much fun. While his drawing style is simple, his humour and storytelling pace more than make up for it and his work [...]


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