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Rocket Queen and the Wrench
Rocket Queen and the Wrench

Rocket Queen and the Wrench

Rocket Queen & the Wrench

JUVENILE FICTION

96 Pages, 6.0 x 9.0

Formats: Trade Paper

Trade Paper, $12.99 (US $12.99) (CA $17.95)

Publication Date: September 2019

ISBN 9781732134034

Rights: WOR

Space Goat Productions, Inc. (Sep 2019)

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Overview

Rocket Queen and the Wrench is about heroes and villains, friendship and family, and appreciating the things we have in the face of the things we lose. The first story takes place over the course of a summer, and explores the dangers of being a hero as well as the dangers of loving someone, whether family, friend, or something more. Join RocketQueen, the Wrench, and the Zoom Family on their first adventure!

Reviews

"A Saturday-morning cartoon quality." — Comic Bastards

Author Biography

Justin Peniston is one-half of Big & Tall Tales, and co-creator of Hunter Black and Rocket Queen and The Wrench, among other, more famous comics and cartoons (Ben 10, Avengers Assemble!, Blue Beetle, JSA, Evil Dead 2). If you were to ask Justin where he was from, he would tell you Los Angeles, unless he was actually in Los Angeles (where he lives), in which case he would answer Washington, DC (where he grew up). His mom is in DC, his wife in LA, so either answer works, really.After graduating from the Savannah College of Art & Design in 2004, Ramanda Kamarga worked on the GI Joe series published by Devil's Due Publishing as background artist and inker. It was the work he produced on The Incredibles for Boom! Studios that landed him the job as line artist on Space Goat Productions Rocket Queen & The Wrench.Dave Land has worked as a comics editor since 1996 including fifteen years as a Senior Editor with Dark Horse Comics, working on titles including Star Wars, Tony Millionaire's Sock Monkey, Sergio Aragonés' Groo, and Conan. Dave's books have won three Eisners and one Harvey and he has worked with two successive Russ Manning award winners, Jerome Opeña (2003) and Eric Wight (2004). He's worked with licensors including Lucasfilm, Fox, Blizzard, Pixar, and Disney as well as some of the world's best comics creators including the legendary Jerry Robinson, Al Williamson, and Carlos Meglia. Dave is also proud to have written the series Werewolves on the Moon: Versus Vampires with the Fillbach Brothers and the series Star Wars: Infinities — The Empire Strikes Back. Dave spends his time trying not to take life too seriously with his wife, daughter, and two cats in Portland, Oregon.