Jimjoe - Den of Thieves

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Dog Ear Publishing, 2012 - Comics & Graphic Novels - 140 pages
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JimJoe - Den of thieves JimJoe is a Psycho - thriller about a six year old boy, (Arrow Brown), who has an imaginary friend that tries to kill him. Arrow is terrorized by the imaginary friend until he thinks he has destroyed him. Twenty years later, Arrow, now a man, has a six year old son Aspen who one day tells is father he has an imaginary friend named JimJoe. Arrow with his son, battle JimJoe. As the climax of the battle between Arrow and JimJoe approach, the motivation of JimJoe and his connection to the family is revealed in an astonishing twist. William Marquis (Author/Creator) William Marquis is a creative writer who enjoys the development of strong characters and the creative process. Graphic novels have always been a source of intrigue to him and served as a method to bring his works to life. William has complied several fiction works over the past ten years including screenplays and graphic novels spanning genres such as horror, drama, science fiction and children's books. Prior to becoming an author and screenplay writer, William was a successful business executive and entrepreneur. After a successful tenure in manufacturing, William became a business consultant where he lent his Lean manufacturing expertise to companies helping them realize their potential in profitability. Emiko Sawanobori (Artist) Emiko Sawanobori is a Los Angeles-based artist/animator. After graduating from Emerson College in Boston, she has expanded her professional portfolio through productions ranging from feature-length films to 2D television animation. Some of her work can be seen on MTV's Popzilla, Electric City produced by Tom Hanks, as well as online virtual worlds for ZhuZhu Pets and Beanie Babies. Emiko is currently exploring the world of graphic novel and comic art as well as traditional illustrations for children's books.
 

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