Bad Machinery Volume 3: The Case of the Simple Soul

Bad Machinery Volume 3: The Case of the Simple Soul

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"A good, humorous addition to school and
public libraries' graphic novel collections." - School Library
Journal

The Tackleford gang is back
with a new case that demands solving! When Tackleford's derelict barns begin
going up in flames, Linton and Sonny are on the case with a moderately
mysterious new friend. Paths cross, however, when Lottie and Mildred meet a
terrifying yet misunderstood creature living beneath a bridge! Throw in an
overly enthusiastic Fire Brigade, a transforming skate ramp, and a new French
teacher and you've got the kind of charming genius that can only be found in
John Allison's BAD MACHINERY.
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Product details

  • Paperback | 136 pages
  • 226 x 307 x 13mm | 680g
  • Portland, United States
  • English
  • 1620101939
  • 9781620101933
  • 678,151

About John Allison

Born in a hidden village deep within the British Alps, John Allison came into this world a respectable baby with style and taste. Having been exposed to American comics at an early age, he spent decades honing his keen mind and his massive body in order to burn out this colonial cultural infection. One of the longest continuously publishing independent web-based cartoonists, John has plied his trade since the late nineties moving from Bobbins to Scary Go Round to Bad Machinery, developing the deeply weird world of Tackleford long after many of his fellow artists were ground into dust and bones by Time Itself. He has only once shed a single tear, but you only meet Sergio Aragon s for the first time once. John resides in Letchworth Garden City, England, and is known to his fellow villagers only as He Who Has Conquered.
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544 ratings
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4 46% (249)
3 17% (91)
2 3% (14)
1 1% (3)
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