Flight, Volume 1

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Volume One of Flight features stories by professionals and non-professionals alike, all playing on the theme of flight in its many incarnations. From the maiden voyage of a home-built plane to the adventures of a young courier and his flying whale to a handful of stories about coming of age and letting things go, this first volume of Flight is full of memorable tales that will both amaze and inspire.

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My first introduction to this extraordinary anthology series, the 15 stories in Flight Volume Six offer creators from around world employing a variety of genres: fantasy, science fiction, westerns ... Read full review

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This is the 7th volume in the Flight graphic novel series. This book contains another set of interesting graphic novel short stories that are all supposed to have some aspect of Flight to them. While ... Read full review

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About the author (2004)

The award-winning illustrator Catia Chien draws inspiration from her childhood in Brazil, where she learned to climb trees, daydream, and make friends with neighborhood dogs, parrots, and cats. She lives in Santa Ana, California.

Kazu Kibuishi was 24 years old and working full-time in the animation industry when he began developing the idea of doing "Flight," He began contacting his friends in the animation, comics, and graphic novel world to see if they would want to join the project. Little did he know that it would draw him into comics full-time. He now works from his home studio in Pasadena, California, creating and promoting "Flight" and his popular young adult comic "Daisy Kutter," which was nominated as an American Library Association Best Book for Young Adults -- the only graphic novel on the list in 2005.

Born in England and raised in Hong Kong, Kean Soo is a self-taught cartoonist and formally trained electrical engineer currently residing in Canada. In addition to his online comics, several of his stories have been published in various comic anthologies.

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