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by Justin Shady,Wayne Chinsang,Dwellephant

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ISBN:
1607060159
Author:
Justin Shady,Wayne Chinsang,Dwellephant
Category:
Fairy Tales Folk Tales & Myths
Language:
English
Publisher:
Image Comics (February 10, 2009)
Pages:
96 pages
EPUB book:
1727 kb
FB2 book:
1783 kb
DJVU:
1912 kb
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Rating:
4.2
Votes:
792


by Justin Shady (Author), Wayne Chinsang (Author), Dwellephant (Artist) & 0 more. I wondered what a kids' book written by the darkly comedic author Justin Shady (of The Roberts) would be like.

by Justin Shady (Author), Wayne Chinsang (Author), Dwellephant (Artist) & 0 more. It is terrific- a clever, humorous premise, lovely illustrations by Dwellephant, and a great discussion starter for the religious and non-religious alike. The book is the story of a loving and lovable couple, Gladys and George, who are churamanes.

Justin Shady, also known as Wayne Chingsang, became a writer .

Justin Shady, also known as Wayne Chingsang, became a writer for visual media by way of failing at the visual part. He went to school for animation. Missing the Boat" follows George and Gladys, a husband and wife from a fictional species named the Churamane. If you've never met a Churamane before, which I'm assuming most haven't because I made them up in my brain, they are a terribly lazy species," said Shady.

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Book 2: In the Service of the Queen by Manny Trembley and Eric A. Anderson Parade (with fireworks) TP by Mike Cavallaro Missing the Boat by Justin Shady and Dwellephant Eddy Current H. . Anderson Parade (with fireworks) TP by Mike Cavallaro Missing the Boat by Justin Shady and Dwellephant Eddy Current HC: Volume 2 in the Ted McKeever Library by Ted McKeever Archibald Chases the Dragon by Grant Bond Heathentown OGN by Gabriel Hardman and Corinna Sara Bechko Zombie Cop OGN by. Jeff Mariotte and Szymon Krudranski Cemetery Blues 48 page 1-Shot by Ryan Rubio and Thomas Boatwright Johnny Monster 1-3 by Joshua Williamson and JC Grande Metropol HC: Book 3 in th.

Written by Wayne Chinsang and Justin Shady. You've probably never heard of the Churamane, have you? They were a particularly lazy and not terribly bright species that lived a long time ago and vanished without a trace. only to realize that they're late and have been locked out! They come to realize that they've literally missed the boat on survival, and have doomed their entire species to extinction.

The site of justin shady + wayne chinsang. That book was, like, half an hour of Shady writing and a year and a half of Dwellephant painting. Proud owner of your book, dude. Justin Shady + Insane Wayne Chinsang ar. ontact. Comic Book Resources just named Missing the Boat as one of the top 100 comics of last year! The book came in at right between Marvel Comics’ Strange Tales ( and Wildstorm’s Mysterius the Unfathomable (. January 1, 2010 at 9:18 pm.

Missing the Boat 1 issues. Volume Published by Image. Wayne Chinsang 1. Justin Shady 1. Dwellephant 1. Most issue appearances.

Silverline Books is dedicated to publishing quality all-ages books that .

Silverline Books is dedicated to publishing quality all-ages books that bridge the gap between traditional storybooks and comics, said Publisher Jim Valentino. We believe that there’s a strong need to reach out to younger readers and introduce them to comics with uplifting, non-violent stories in a format they’re familiar with. The year ends with two more Silverline titles, including December’s MISSING THE BOAT by Justin Shady (aka Wayne Chinsang) and Dwellephant, about two lazy animals who are too late for Noah’s Ark, and the softcover follow-up to last years double Eisner award nominee PX!

You've probably never heard of the Churamane, have you? They were a particularly lazy and not terribly bright species that lived a long time ago and vanished without a trace. They were invited by God to be the chosen two to continue their race after the great flood. The story follows them from the time they get invited aboard Noah's Ark, all the way up to the moment they finally arrive at the boat... only to realize that they're late and have been locked out! When it starts to rain, they are left to realize that they've literally missed the boat on survival, and have doomed their entire species to extinction! Engagingly written with wonderfully vibrant art, this story will delight readers of all ages and, if you're not looking, may even teach a lesson about procrastination and slothfulness.
  • Shadowredeemer
Very unique and fantastic drawings. Good author!
  • HyderCraft
Adorable
  • Buridora
I love great kids books that teach "Life Lessons", and this one teaches an unforgettable lesson about procrastination.
I am also a big fan of Dwellephant, the Illustrator. I picked up a few extra copies and donated them to the school library.
  • Road.to sliver
I wondered what a kids' book written by the darkly comedic author Justin Shady (of The Roberts) would be like. It is terrific-- a clever, humorous premise, lovely illustrations by Dwellephant, and a great discussion starter for the religious and non-religious alike.

The book is the story of a loving and lovable couple, Gladys and George, who are churamanes. The churamane is a species of animals who are terribly lazy and love nothing more that to spend time together, sleep, and spend time napping together. They also like to get some shut-eye. And visit Snoozeville.

Unfortunately, they are too lazy to even get the mail regularly and find out late that they (George and Gladys) have been invited on a cruise by this Noah fellow to save them from an impending flood. The book has the potential to be part of a religious keepsake of children's books or is just a great book for any family for the value of the story, which is sweet and engaging and full of teaching opportunities. Also, there's kid-friendly hidden humor strategically placed for any grownup who just might be reading the book to children.

And that's about where the story begins. This book is a lovely treasure for parents and children alike. It's going to be my go-to gift this year.
  • Xor
This is the type of kid's book that's more than relevant and interesting for adults. I actually had this before my wife and I even had our daughter, and now I'm glad I get to share it with our 5-month-old Clara. She'll appreciate it now and even more as she gets older. This is not your normal children's book. Highly recommended.