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Drew and Jot: Making a Mark

Part of Drew and Jot

The second stand alone volume in the hit Drew and Jot graphic novel series by New York Times bestselling author Art Baltazar as Andrew & Foz’s superhero adventure literlaly takes on a new life of its own!

Middle school best friends Andrew and Foz's superhero comic adventure is all about saving the day! But what happens when paint and a new messy character enter the mix?

Fifth graders Andrew and Foz had a very busy start to the new school year. First, they became best friends, and then they shared sketchbooks to create an epic superhero adventure, featuring their creations Drew & Jot! Andrew's sister, Patsy, made things even more interesting and added Bombastic Fantastic to the incredible world . Now, Drew, Foz, and Pasty are ready to team up for an even bigger adventure, upgrading from ink and crayons to using paint. But what happens when an ink blot named Prince Prints drops onto the page looking to mix things up? Will our super team prevail, or will they get covered up by the unexpected drips and drops?

Enter a brand-new world of action and imagination with Eisner Award winner and New York Times bestseller Art Baltazar (Tiny Titans, Aw Yeah Comics) where every drawing has a life of its own.

Art Baltazar is an award-winning cartoonist from Chicago, IL. He found his way early to comic book art and has been creating comics ever since he can recall, self-publishing in 1994 with titles such as The Cray-Baby Adventures and the famous Patrick the Wolf Boy. Artie is a creative force behind the New York Times bestselling and Eisner Award and Harvey Award-winning Tiny Titans, as well as the artist of the beloved DC Super-Pets children’s book series! Baltazar co-wrote DC Comics’ Billy Batson and the Magic of Shazam, Young Justice, Green Lantern Animated (comic) and is the artist and co-writer for Superman Family Adventures, Super Powers, and the new Superman of Smallville graphic novel from DC Comics!

  • Publisher: KaBOOM! (April 14, 2022)
  • Length: 208 pages
  • ISBN13: 9781684155989
  • Ages: 5 - 8

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