Wandering Koala Saves Christmas

Rated 4.00/5 based on 1 reviews
When Brent gets down because of so many taking Christ out of Christmas, the Wandering Koala takes matters into his own hands and shows his friends how they can take actiona and put Christ back in Christmas instead of waiting around for others to do it. More
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Price: Free! USD
Words: 350
Language: English
ISBN: 9781465826336
About Jeff Thomason

Jeff is the creator of the Cully Koala comic strip and author of the Wandering Koala tales. Jeff's dream has always been to be a rock star. Unfortunately, he can't sing, he can't dance, and he doesn't look good in tight leather pants. So he decided to pursue his second dream and become a writer and artist.

When he isn't working on his own creations, he also provides graphic design, web development, and illustrations for companies all over the country including Community Care; Southwest Specialty Foods, Inc.; World Prayer Room; Le Ritz Hotel & Suites; Big H Products, Inc; Galaxy Southwest; Mega Corporation; Members' Auto Center; The Arizona Group; Jefferson School District 251; Double Your Decompression; the American Back Pain Association; the American Academy of Pediatrics; Playground Hound, LLC; and many others.

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Review by: Nancy Bandusky on Oct. 18, 2013 :
This is a message driven comic appropriate for all ages and all seasons but even more so as we move toward CHRISTMAS.

The artwork is good - doing the job of showing the story. In the short comic, there is not much opportunity for background information about the characters (as a limited comic reader I find this a common frustration with comic books unless one has started from the beginning) but what is presented is enjoyable.

I read the comic on a Nook Simple Touch - thus it was all in black and white. All the artwork shows up clear and is easy to distinguish the scene. On my Nook, there was a slight fading out of the words at times, but not completely and was thus still readable.
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