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"One part Peanuts, one part Jim Woodring's Frank, Klaus transplants the myogenic spirit of the classic strip comic into a new, slightly stranger yet similarly robust body. Like a Hunt 102-weilding Victor Frankenstein, Short isn't afraid to experiment, and readers may soon find themselves absorbed in the witty, contemplative, and warped world of...
"One part Peanuts, one part Jim Woodring's Frank, Klaus transplants the myogenic spirit of the classic strip comic into a new, slightly stranger yet similarly robust body. Like a Hunt 102-weilding Victor Frankenstein, Short isn't afraid to experiment, and readers may soon find themselves absorbed in the witty, contemplative, and warped world of cat-people, humanoid rodents, and metaphysical ruminations."—Martin SteentonVisually informed by Richard Short's love of classic comic strips, Charles Schulz' Peanuts, and Tove Jansson's Moomins, Klaus explores the un-adventures of the eponymous character, a pensive anthropomorphic cat; the inappropriately specie-d romantic interests of a vexatious supporting cast of anthropomorphic rats; and Klaus' libertarian doppelganger Otto. This sixty-page collection includes the best of Short's short self-published comics together with all-new never seen before material.Richard Short, originally a wills lawyer based in the northeast of England, recently made the unlikely but successful transition to cartoonist and illustrator. He lives in London, United Kingdom.
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