Monkey Vs. Robot and the Crystal of Power
Top Shelf Productions, 2003 - Comics & Graphic Novels - 144 pages
This thought-provoking story is told almost completely without words, relying on Kochalka's expressive illustrations of the title characters. For all the book's humorous and charming appearance, beneath the entertaining veneer lies a stirring examination of the dual nature of existence, the dichotomy within the human mind, and our profound effect on the ecological environment. A modern day fable for readers of all ages, based on the age-old struggle between nature and technology.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - Whatnot - LibraryThing
Monkey vs Robot and the Crystal of Power, by James Kochalka This particular installment in the critically acclaimed Monkey vs Robot series is less a tale of nature versus technology, and focuses more ... Read full review
Review: Monkey vs. Robot and the Crystal of Power (Monkey vs. Robot )User Review - Chad - Goodreads
A bit more violent than expected and themes were grand but looked simple. Probably meant for 10 year olds rather than the 7 year olds it might look appealing to. Read full review