The Incredibles

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Dark Horse Comics, 2005 - Juvenile Fiction - 96 pages
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The city of Municiburg is protected by many superheroes, but its main champion is the ultra strong Mr. Incredible - who always works alone. But things go awry for Mr. Incredible and the rest of the supers when they are hit with a series of lawsuits brought by those they once saved. In an effort to diffuse the situation, the government steps in and creates a program to relocate the supers and put them into hiding in exchange for their promise never to use their powers again. Mr. Incredible is forced to resume the life of his secret identity - Bob Parr. But family life and the daily nine-to-five aren't enough for Bob, who takes to sneaking out and doing "super-hero work" in the evenings with his good friend Lucius who used to be known as Frozone. These evening outings cause problems for Bob at home. But things take an unexpected turn when Bob is contacted by a mysterious woman named Mirage who wants to recruit Bob for some top secret superhero work...

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Brad Bird is the director of Ratatouille and The Incredibles.

Ramon Perez has been working as a cartoonist for a little over a decade. His clients include Marvel and DC Comics, and OWL Magazine. He writes and illustrates a weekly web comic called Kukuburi and lives in Toronto.

Chris "Elio" Eliopoulosis a professional illustrator and cartoonist from Chicago! He is also an adjunct professor at Columbia College Chicago in the art and design department. He is the writer and artist on several all-ages graphic novels and series: "Okie Dokie Donuts" published by Top Shelf; "Gabba Ball!" published by Oni Press; and "Monster Party" published by Koyama Press. Other clients include Disney Animation Studios, Yo Gabba Gabba!, Nick Jr., Cloudkid, and Simon and Schuster.

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