Spell Checkers: Vol. 1

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Oni Press, Incorporated, 2010 - Comics & Graphic Novels - 149 pages
17 Reviews
"If you were a teenager with magic powers, what would you do? Jesse, Kimmie, and Cynthia are three high school witches. Real witches, that's not just what people call them. They have an ancient spell book, and they use the wicked concoctions found in its pages to get popularity, good grades, and everything they need to live the good life. The trio are the queens of their campus and the other kids are all their subjects, until one day when nasty graffiti about them starts appearing in the halls, At first, the ladies suspect one another, but when they start losing their powers and their magical fetishes disappear, they realize they are under attack from outside their circle. These mean girls must join hands and muster their wits to defeat the wannabe usurper and all the nastiness she's bought with her!"--Cover, P. [4].

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Review: Spell Checkers, Vol. 1 (Spell Checkers #1)

User Review  - Brian Ashmore - Goodreads

As a fan of the writer and one of the artist, I picked this up to see how it was. It was fine, but nothing amazing. There were some good jokes and a decent story. Just a quick read to try something different. Read full review

Review: Spell Checkers, Vol. 1 (Spell Checkers #1)

User Review  - Laura - Goodreads

Really. Really. Terrible. No redeeming qualities. Bitchy, selfish idiots just concerned with popularity, smoking, and trying to put others down so they think they are cool. It actually makes "Mean Girls" look like a Shakespearean drama. Read full review

About the author (2010)

Keith Wood has been a developer for over 30 years and has worked with jQuery since early 2007. He has developed over 20 plugins and made them available to the jQuery community including the original Datepicker, World Calendar and Datepicker, Countdown, and SVG. He frequently answers questions in the jQuery forums and is a top five contributor for 2012.

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