Monkey Vs. Robot and the Crystal of Power

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Top Shelf Productions, 2003 - Comics & Graphic Novels - 144 pages
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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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User 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

About the author (2003)

James Kochalka lives in a very old house in the Old North End of Burlington, Vermont, with his beautiful wife, adventurous son, and very cranky cat. His comics have won four Ignatz Awards and one Harvey Award. His music drives parents crazy!


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