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Alias the Cat

By Kim Deitch

Our Price: $14.00
The new graphic novel from the acclaimed author of The Boulevard of Broken Dreams. At the center of the novel, Kim Deitch deftly places himself and his wife, Pam - a passionate seeder of Halloween cats from the 1920s and '30s, whose collection is impressive to say the least. But when Pam buys a mysterious old cat costume, she and Kim find themselves in a wholly new territory: the lost world of Alias the Cat, who in 1915 appeared not only in a comic strip and film serial, but also in real life as a freedom-fighting superhero.
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Alias the Cat!

By Kim Deitch

Our Price: $5.95
Kim Deitch and his wife Pam - a passionate collector of Halloween cats from the 1920s and 30s. But when she buys a mysterious old cat costume, she and Kim find themselves in wholly new territory. This book shows how Kim begins to research this forgotten figure, and his uncovering of one almost unbelievable story after another.
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Minor wear to cover. Minor spine stresses.
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A woman recalls her time with a mysterious eccentric who claimed to have recordings of Jesus Christ on ancient artifacts and needed to share a message about the future of the human race with humanity.
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In 1933 New York, animator Teddy Mishkin is hard at work on the latest cartoon short featuring Waldo the Cat, with the help of the not-so-imaginary Waldo, whom to Teddy is all too real and who offers Teddy dangerous advice about his life and work, in a humorist graphic novel. 17,500 first printing.
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Kim Deitch's sprawling whirligig of a yarn chronicles his investigation into the secrets behind the life and career of a very strange children's show host and his malevolent (in fact, possibly demonic) sidekick. Alines turn out to be involved, as does Abraham Lincoln...and of course Deitch's ever-present protagoni, Waldo the Cat. This publication also includes a definitive essay on Deitch's ever-expanding world; qa full-color fold-out spotlighting over 100 denizens of that world; a brand new epilogue, 'Consider the Beaver'; and more. The ultimate Deitch-travaganza! Black-and-white illustrations throughout. 162p.
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