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Kids Included: All Age Book Review Of Garfield: Homecoming #1 From @Boomstudios

Welcome to  Issue 003 of Kids Included: The All Ages Book Review.

A review of Garfield: Homecoming #1 From an 8yr old perspective (That’s ME)

Garfield: Homecoming #1

Publisher: KaBOOM!, an imprint of BOOM! Studios

Writers: Scott Nickel

Artists: Sara Talmadge, Antonio Alfaro

Cover Artists:

    Main Cover: Andy Hirsch with Sara Talmadge

    Unlocked Retailer Variant: Stan Sakai

Colorist: Sara Talmadge, Lisa Moore

Letterer: Jim Campbell

ON THE SHELF: $3.99

Synopsis:

  • The Fat Cat returns in this all-new four issue limited series, where Garfield explores what life’s like outside of the friendly confines of Jon’s house.
  • Feeling mistreated and unappreciated by Jon, Garfield embarks on a journey for a new home.
  • Along the way, Garfield meets up with a clown who works in an old-timey travelling circus. Convinced that this is the place for him, Garfield becomes part of the act. Wait. What is that cannon for?
  • Writer Scott Nickel (Garfield: His 9 Lives) will pair with a different artist each issue, and Sara Talmadge (Steven Universe) takes us through this wild ride in the circus

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