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Synopsis: Tundra is North America's fastest growing newspaper comic strip. Each of the Tundra books contains over 400 strips in beautiful eye-cramping color! Tundra takes a skewed look at the great outdoors and all of its quirky inhabitants. Animal, vegetable or mineral; hiking, hunting or fishing; snowmen, outhouses and everything else under the sun, nothing is sacred. See why Tundra has been called a worthy successor to the Far Side by newspaper editors around the country. The Tundra comic strip has been picked up by more than 140 newspapers in the past 15 months alone, including papers stretching from the Los Angeles Times to the Advocate in Stamford, Connecticut. It has also been picked up by King Features, the world's largest comic strip syndicate and is now being distributed world-wide.
About the Author: Born in the state of Michigan, raised in the state of Alaska and constantly in the state of confusion, cartooning has been a part of Chad Carpenter his entire life. As a young child, when normal kids would be playing video games, watching TV or talking on the phone, Chad could be found scribbling on anything that didn't move (and a few things that did). This same geeky, antisocial behavior lasted well into young adulthood when Chad decided to seek out a career as a cartoonist. Chad's quest to avoid a real job was successful. His comic strip Tundra hit the newspapers like certain other things hit fans. Tundra has been called the fastest growing newspaper comic strip in North America and has been labeled as a worthy successor to the Far Side by newspaper editors. On most days, Chad can be found scribbling away at his home in Wasilla, Alaska.
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Publisher: Tundra & Associates, Inc.
Publication Date: 2007
Binding: Trade Paperback
Book Condition: Very Good
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Book Description Tundra & Associates Inc, 2007. Paperback. Book Condition: Very Good. Bookseller Inventory # P021578333709