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The Weirding Willows: What The Wild Things Are review

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The Weirding Willows Volume One What the Wild Things Are

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The Weirding Willows volume one: What the Wild Things Are is written by Dave Elliott. The art is by Barnaby Bagenda and Sami Basri. This graphic novel is published by Titan Comics.

Forget everything you know about every childhood story you have ever read or heard. This book gives you an all new look at the classic stories like; Alice in Wonderland, Frankenstein, The Wizard of Oz, The Jungle Book, and many more. Along with a new look, this book gives all those stories a even darker feel. The art is beautiful and the story will keep you guessing who will show up next.

I want to thank Titan Comics for giving me the chance to read and review this wonderful story. I really enjoyed it and can't wait to read more. Being a huge fan of Alice in Wonderland and other fables this book was amazing. It was easy to read and hard to put down. You should all go to www.Titan-Comics.com and get your own copy.

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