Moonhead and the Music Machine (Hardback)
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Moonhead and the Music Machine (Hardback)

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Hardback 176 Pages
Published: 01/06/2014

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Life's a peach when you've got a moon for a head and your head's in space. You can wander out of the Earth's atmosphere on intergalactic daydreams, drift blissfully across star-speckled skies and fly close to the Sun, like a fireproof Icarus.Snap! Back to reality--having a moon for a head at high school is much more tricky. You get picked on for your -crater-face- and the cool kids kick your head around like a soccer ball!But when the school talent contest is announced, Joey spots an opportunity to impress his classmates and so begins Joey Moonhead's stellar mission to create a music machine that is out of this world!An imaginative and visually poetic take on the stock American high school drama, Moonhead and the Music Machine is a subtle blend between Napoleon Dynamite and Ovid's Metamorphoses. Andrew Rae's graphic novel is life-affirming and powerfully illustrated.Andrew Rae is a London-based illustrator with a worldwide client base through his work in advertising, print, publishing, and animation.

Publisher: Nobrow Ltd
ISBN: 9781907704789
Number of pages: 176
Weight: 552 g
Dimensions: 245 x 185 x 22 mm

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“A whimsically surreal comic about music”

Joey Moonhead is easily distracted. Prone to daydreaming and not particularly interested in day to day life at school, he is very much an ordinary boy… that is, except for the small fact that he has a floating moon... More

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