Tune

Tune

Book 1, Vanishing Point

Book - 2012
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Andy's life is going nowhere, fast. He left art school with his career all worked out ahead of time, but ...to say it didn't work out is the understatement of the century. Unemployed and living with his overbearing parents, Andy struggles to keep sight of the lofty goals that once drove him. But it's hard, even when he reconnects with his old art school crush, Yumi.Things look better, briefly, with Yumi back in the picture and an actual job offer on the table. But then Andy takes the job offer--to work at a zoo--and finds himself in an alternate dimension. The zoo? Is run by aliens. The exhibit? Is him.
Publisher: New York : First Second, 2012
Edition: 1st ed
Description: 155 p. : chiefly ill. ; 22 cm
ISBN: 9781596435162
159643516X
Branch Call Number: Kim

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elliottt
Dec 05, 2013

I think Tune is an excellent series for people enjoy reading graphic novels but haven't read too many multi-volume series. Derek Kirk Kim is a talented artist, and Andy is a relatable, funny character. I only wish these were able to come out more frequently!

Donna_R Feb 10, 2013

Well worth a read - funny, clever, absorbing stuff.

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