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Stinz 15 — “Bobwar” — (Geiselic Proverbs and “Relativity”) When Stinz was a young colt, he went to live with a mean-tempred uncle, who decided to update his farm with a bale of barbed wire. Stinz keeps his mouth shut about how his uncle disposed of the dangerous wire, and his lapse comes back to haunt and hurt his own son. Children have their own legends, and the grown-ups very seldom are privy to their folklore. More sayings of the Geiselthal, with illustrations — and how exactly to trace half-horse bloodlines (take notes — and some Aspirin). “Donna is one of the most gifted writers and artists in comix today. Read STINZ. It’s good.” — Roberta Gregory, Winging It, Artistic Licentiousness. Stinz is the story of a centaur, although he’d prefer it if you called him a Half-horse. Stinz is a big blond stallion, black as night on the hair end, whose excellent animal instincts and fine human brain too often cancel each other out. In a series that follows his life from clumsy colt and accidental soldier to legendary war hero and mayor of his small home town, Stinz never fails to be in the middle of his world’s events. It’s not OUR world, but what difference does that make?