Public Television Heroes!
What's more fun than a Rob Marsh book? How about three of them? They're smart and funny enough for adults, bad enough for kids, and great reading for the entire family. This set includes Unemployed Public Television Vampire Hunters, Mutated Mediocre Public Television Galactic Defenders Save the Universe!, and
A Boy Named Ergo, all with illustrations by the very talented author! More
What's more fun than a Rob Marsh book? How about three of them? They're smart and funny enough for adults, bad enough for kids, and great reading for the entire family!
Unemployed Public Television Vampire Hunters
Myles Keiffer is a mild-mannered television program director who is inadvertently pulled into a world of conspiracy, intrigue, and mystery as he and a scrappy band of public television stars embark on a cross-country adventure in which they encounter zombies, aliens, vampires, clowns, and the penultimate evil that could very well mean the end of all humanity, as well as government-funded television programming.
Mutated Mediocre Public Television Galactic Defenders Save the Universe!
In the thrillingly epic satire Unemployed Public Television Vampire Hunters, a motley collection of public television heroes rode off into an apocalyptic sunset aboard the Boston Symphony Hall. Pine no longer, fans, because here their adventure continues. Join scientific Bertie, neighborly Frank, Georgie the reader, Billy the gentle painter, and the shrill red puppet Ergo as they battle evil robots and aliens, mutate into spacey things both weird and satirical, and save the universe! Did you know you could do all that in Toronto?
A Boy Named Ergo
Ergo is a bright red human-puppet hybrid who wants only to be a normal teenager, if there is such a thing. He’s survived vampires, zombies, aliens, clowns, and dangers in the furthest reaches of space. But can he survive the socialized, heavily-medicated environment of the public school system? Can he endure a seemingly endless onslaught of bounty hunters, defective androids, galactic invasions, and martial arts crazed bullies? Can he go the distance, win the championship and the heart of the most beautiful girl in the school? And how does the plight of this befuddled creature with a heart of gold have anything to do with zany subplots about adorable, marketable critters, a doughy detective, and a defrosted theme park owner all overly saturated with literary tropes?
All with illustrations by the very talented author! And did we mention Rob's a fine arts major?
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