The Griff: A Graphic Novel

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Harper Collins, Jul 19, 2011 - Comics & Graphic Novels - 160 pages

“If there’s a funnier writer out there, step forward.”
—Playboy

The always outrageous Christopher Moore—New York Times bestselling author of Bite Me, Lamb, You Suck, The Stupidest Angel, and a host of other prime cuts of literary hilarity—joins forces with award-winning screenwriter and director Ian Corson to bring you The Griff. An absurdly entertaining graphic novel about alien invasion—in the grand tradition of Cowboys and Aliens, but considerably more ridiculous—The Griff is vintage Chris Moore…with pictures! Get ready for thrills, chills, and a chain-smoking professional squirrel, in this high-octane tale of the infestation of Earth by extraterrestrial interlopers and the motley crew of humans who save the world…sort of.

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User Review  - Glennis.LeBlanc - LibraryThing

I haven't read any Christoper Moore in a long while and I decided to give this one a shot. It was an interesting idea but I really didn't care for how it unfolded. Some of it seemed way too easy for everyone involved but of course the humans have to win in the end right? Read full review

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User Review  - bluepigeon - LibraryThing

Perhaps The Griff was too short to have proper character development or to make me care about any of the 5 humans struggling against the alien flying lizards. Perhaps I should have known I would not ... Read full review

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About the author (2011)

Christopher Moore is the author of the novels Secondhand Souls, Sacré Bleu, A Dirty Job, and Lamb. He lives in San Francisco, California.

Ian Corson is an award-winning screenwriter and director whose credits include Bloodline for Castle Rock Entertainment and Starting Five for Paramount Pictures. He has also directed Monster Garage for the Discovery Channel and the feature film Malicious (starring Molly Ringwald). He teaches screenwriting at the Academy of Art University in San Francisco. He lives in Los Angeles, California.

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