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Dark Horse Books, 2003 - Juvenile Fiction - 96 pages
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The world's most lovable ogre is back this time in COMICS! Join Shrek, Donkey, and the gang as they embark on several hilarious madcap adventures including a chase to rescue Fiona from Farquaad's henchman Thelonius on the evening of her honeymoon and an encounter with a gingerbread house gone rancid and its witchy owner! Written by master scribe Mark Evanier (Groo) and illustrated by Ramon Bachs and Raul Fernandez (Star Wars), Shrek is sure to please readers of all ages. Collecting the three-issue miniseries.

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About the author (2003)

Mark Evanier is best known in comics for co-creating the DNAgents and Crossfire; best known in television for writing and producing Garfield cartoons, and best known on the web for his blog at News From Me, which you should go read. Dan Spiegle has a run of more than sixty years as a professional cartoonist, beginning with the Hopalong Cassidy comic strip in 1949. He has drawn everything from Korak, Son of Tarzan to Mickey Mouse and The Simpsons. The two creators have collaborated on long runs on the superhero comic Crossfire and the war comic Blackhawk.

Raul A. Fernandez is Professor of Social Sciences at the University of California, Irvine. He is the coauthor off "One Hundred Years of Chicano History: Empire, Nations and Migration "(2003), and author of "Latin Jazz: The Perfect Combination "(2002), and "The U.S.-Mexico Border: A Politico-Economic Profile "(1977).

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