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Fantagraphics, 2000 - Juvenile Fiction - 96 pages
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Jim Woodring's captivating and enigmatic body of "Frank" stories is an astonishing work of imaginative splendor.

Included in Volume 1 is the complete, award-winning masterpiece "Frank in the River" -- 32 pages of breathtaking painted color -- as well as 60 pages of crisply beguiling black-and-white pen-and-inkwork.

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User Review  - dace - LibraryThing

This is the follow-up collection of the misadventures of the curious anthropomorph, Frank, as he stumbles through Jim Woodring’s whimsical and terrifying omniverse. One most peculiar anomaly is ... Read full review

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User Review  - dace - LibraryThing

Frank embodies the anthropomorphic archetype for innocence without nobility. This exquisite collection of wordless adventures follows Frank through Jim Woodring’s dreamlike Omniverse - a reality where ... Read full review

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About the author (2000)

Jim Woodring lives on Vashon Island inWashington State's Puget Sound with his wife, Mary. The recipient of numerous rewards--including a Genius Award--he is an animator and a fine artist as well as a cartoonist.

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