The Sixsmiths

The Sixsmiths : Volume One

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It's The Simpsons meets The Osbournes! The Sixsmiths are a family of suburban Satanists who've fallen prey to the global recession. Now their life is in turmoil: Ralf, the father, needs to find a new job; the twins, Cain and Lilith, need to survive the public school system; and Annie, the mother, needs to keep them all sane and under budget. Meanwhile, their estranged elder daughter Jezabelle is having her own crisis of faith. Will the Devil rise up to smite their enemies, or will he damn them with hellfire and wrath? "One of the breakthrough graphic novels coming from a new age of Australian comics" - Julie Ditrich (Elf-Fin, Hyfus & Tilaweed). "...a fun read that doesn't take itself too serious and is trying to show how no matter what religion we happen to follow, we all are pretty much the same underneath." - Ain't It Cool News.
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Product details

  • Paperback | 170 pages
  • 178 x 254 x 9mm | 304g
  • English
  • 1942351186
  • 9781942351184

About Jason Franks

Jason Franks is the author of the McBlack and Left Hand Path series, the occult rock-n-roll novel, Bloody Waters, and the short story collection, Ungenred. He has twice been nominated for an Aurealis Award. Franks lives in Melbourne, Australia, where he is renowned for his ability to chew gum and worship Satan at the same time. J. Marc Schmidt is the creator of comics such as Egg Story, Test Your English, and All You Bastards can go Jump off a Bridge. His work has been published in three languages. He currently resides in Timber Creek, in the Northern Territory where he daylights as a teacher. As well as comics, he is also the author of the essay, "Socio-Political Themes in the Smurfs" which was later republished in the collection of essays, "Secrets of Popular Culture.".
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