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Air Force Blues: Lt. Dahl's First 69 By Austin May
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Air Force Blues By Austin "Farva" May
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After many revisions and additions, it's here: The first printed volume of AFBlues cartoons from www.afblues.com. Including several comics never before seen online and artists commentary. Follow... More > the world's most stereotypical fighter pilot, created by an active-duty Air Force NCO, in his first 100 strips. Foreword by Dean Yeagle.< Less
Air Force Blues By Austin "Farva" May
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After many revisions and additions, it's here: The first printed volume of AFBlues cartoons from www.afblues.com. Including several comics never before seen online and artists commentary. Follow... More > the world's most stereotypical fighter pilot, created by an active-duty Air Force NCO, in his first 100 strips. Foreword by Dean Yeagle.< Less
Oklahoma Rain By David Murphy
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The story centers around Bill Van Zant who is taken aboard a flying skeleton ship one rainy Oklahoma day. The skeleton ship flies through rainstorms, picking up children from all over the world and... More > using them as slave labor to row the ship. Lt. Dahl and Captain Gaunt march the children to a mesa’s plateau where the skeletons have camped. The skeletons choose children's names from a lottery every day, and those unfortunate winners are compelled to enter a cave on the mesa where they attempt to steal gold and where they are gobbled up alive by chupacabras. After Bill and his friends, Tom and Mary, are caught while escaping, they are brought before the flamboyant Oracle Kashmir and his traitorous, tobacco-ridden, unctuous aide, Mr. Sanders, who send them to a jungle temple to retrieve a legendary artifact, the heart of bone. Told in a literate tone with dry humor, this book is for the same young adult readership who liked Roald Dahl, Robert Louis Stevenson, and Fridtjof Nansen's adventure tales.< Less

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