Earth Sons

Issue #3
National Press Comics
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The hunt for Blue begins! Aleyen sets out on his mission for Kero & the Katawa. If he is successful, H¡¯rtrae will never be the same. Meanwhile, high above the wasteland, the renegade Earth Son Setrar faces a dire warning about his own quest for Blue! Jody Parker¡¯s epic saga continues in the thrilling third issue of Earth Sons!
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About the author

Jody is an avid reader, gamer, and photographer. She has always had an affinity for water even as a small child. Her photography career first began when her work appeared in a National Geographic subsidiary magazine called Water For Tomorrow in 2011.
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Publisher
National Press Comics
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Published on
Oct 15, 2008
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Pages
24
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ISBN
9781944872137
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Language
English
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Genres
Art / Techniques / Cartooning
Comics & Graphic Novels / Fantasy
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This content is DRM protected.
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Eligible for Family Library

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