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Sara Turner, Naomi Jardine, Jerzy Drozd, and Mark Rudolph
Page Count: 28
Sugary Serials is a comics anthology of all ages, full-color comics created with the sensibilities of the Saturday Morning Cartoon in mind. Get ready for stories with vibrant characters and a good mix of danger and fun. Reading in your pajamas with a bowl of cereal is not required, but highly recommended. Good for big and little kids! Sugary Serials #10 is chock-full of great stories for readers of all ages! Whether you love Narnia-esque fantasy, funny animal stories, or high-octane sci-fi action, this one has something for you! This issue features the conclusion to Sara Turner's American Civil War fantasy THE BOYS OF THE DEN. In a desperate attempt to free the leader of the Fox Clan, Penny and the boys pit themselves in a struggle with a battalion of Confederate soldiers! It's magic and wits versus guns and muscle–and in the end, will Penny prove her worth to the clans? Naomi Jardine's funny animal adventure FLATLAND debuts with this issue. Obsessive yet lovable gopher Pockit wants nothing more in life than to complete his “to do” list and enjoy his beloved grassy patch. But when Mercer the frog invents a time machine helmet, Pockit and his friends are plunged into a wild race through past and future in a desperate attempt to get home! In the conclusion to Mark Rudolph and Jerzy Drozd's SWITCH RUNNERS, Ramp and his company of heroes discover that the fiendish plot to revive the diabolic Tritannus was only a ruse to lure them out of their base. Evil rock-cyborg Tackle and traitor Terzo have infiltrated the heroes' headquarters to steal the secrets of the “Switch Tech” behind their transforming vehicles! Can they defeat Tritannus and get back in time? Sugary Serials #10 also features a “Back of the Box” fun and games page, as well as links to our “Secret Stuff” page, containing special downloads offered only to purchasers of the print edition! A metric ton of entertainment for a young (or young-at-heart) lover of comics and cartoons!
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