Cloudia & Rex, Volume 1.

Cloudia & Rex, Volume 1.


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After losing their dad, 12-year-old Cloudia and her kid sister Rex are taken on a road trip by their mother, who is having a hard time dealing with the stress of sudden single-motherhood. When their car is blasted off the road by a strange bolt from the sky, the kids find themselves with strange abilities—Cloudia has super strength and Rex is . . . a woolly rhino. It seems they've been possessed by two twin gods, Thanatos and Hypnos, who are fleeing the god-realm which is being overtaken by The High Waveform, a single consuming entity. Their mission is to use the girls to ferry the remaining fleeing gods to the World Tree, where a new realm of gods can be reborn. It's all a lot for a 12 year old to fully appreciate until the weight of the responsibility catches up with her.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781942367307
Publisher: Oni Press
Publication date: 11/28/2017
Series: Cloudia & Rex
Pages: 80
Product dimensions: 6.40(w) x 10.00(h) x 0.20(d)
Age Range: 13 - 16 Years

About the Author

Ulises Farinas is a writer/cartoonist living in Brooklyn, NY. He has worked on Transformers: Heart of Darkness, Godzilla Goes to Hell, Gamma, Catalyst Comix, and the recent Star Wars children’s book “Where’s the Wookie?”. Currently, he is writing Judge Dredd for IDW, and is the editor and writer of the anthology Amazing Forest, with Erick Freitas. Erick Freitas is a gut punching, nose breaking, nostalgia cracking writer and producer from Elizabeth, NJ. He is 1/2 of the writing team on “Judge Dredd: MEGA CITY ZERO”, “Amazing Forest”, “Godzilla in Hell #3”, and “GAMMA” from “Dark Horse Presents”. Influences include Stanley Kubrick, Rob Zombie, Paul Heyman, Giant Baba, and Vince McMahon. Daniel Irizarri Oquendo is a Puerto Rican comic book artist and illustrator whose work has been featured in the pages of Prophet, and Americatown among various other personal projects. By day he’s a mild-mannered illustrator for Sea Grant Puerto Rico and an amateur philosopher on weekends.

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