• [Rainbow Bridge (Product Image)]
  • Rainbow Bridge

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    Authors: Steve Orlando, and Steve Foxe
    Artist: Valentina Brancati
    Published by: Aftershock Comics

    £10.34 RRP £14.99

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Product Description

What if you got one last adventure with your best friend? Andy and Rocket grew up together, with Rocket serving as Andy’s guardian through every one of childhood’s ups and downs. So, when Rocket passes away right before Andy’s 14th birthday, he’s rudderless.

He can’t imagine making the transition to high school without Rocket at his side. The day before school starts, when Andy is at his lowest, he visits Rocket’s grave and unexpect-edly summons the RAINBOW BRIDGE, a gateway to a fantasy world where pets discover their afterlife.

But there’s a dark shadow to this paradise, and without Andy’s help, Rocket’s eternity may be grim The first graphic novel from AfterShock’s new YA imprint, Seismic Press, RAINBOW BRIDGE was con-ceived and written by Steve Orlando (PROJECT PATRON, KILL A MAN, Midnighter) and Steve Foxe (Adventure Time, Steven Universe, Grumpy Cat) with art by Valentina Brancati (Les Ravencroft, Ghost Writer).

Published in the category standard size of 6.5’ x 9.5’, this 120-page OGN will resonate with anyone who has ever had to say goodbye to a beloved pet - or who has greeted growing up with nervousness and anxiety.

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Wednesday Comics
Binding
  • Trade Paperback
Cat. No.
  • 5288199
ISBN
  • 9781949028676