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Flight Volume Six Paperback – Jul 21 2009
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About the Author
Michel Gagne was born in Quebec and has worked as an animator and cartoonist for Pixar, Disney, DC Comics and the Cartoon Network. He lives in the Pacific Northwest.
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Volume Six is not the best collection of tales, and as any anthology goes, good will outweigh the bad. The 'bad' this time around is a couple of tales that really seem too long and from my pov, it is Walter and The Saga of Rex. Walter travels aimlessly on, and Rex is probably four or five pages toolong.
However, there are some jewels here. Cooking Duel is spectacular. Who knew that QUiche could be exciting? The Exceedingly Mundane Life of Kenneth Shui is a riot. Ninja school? Career opporutnity? Gotta love the slash fest to determine the janitor. Dead At Noon is a non conventional look at High Noon with a broken clock. Remind me not to look for dead bunnies too. I am surprised at the parablistic nature of the story. It truly resembles the scripture that describes the body of Christ.
Look for all six volumes of this great series. Where do we sign up?
The sroties are all good, but I felt like it did not have the flavor that Flight is known for.
Kazu brought Daisy Kutter (Daisy Kutter: The Last Train) back for it (thanks Kazu), and there are other familiar faces as well. The new comers put up some interesting stories, and I hope that we see more of them in future books.
If you like the other books, you will still like this one.