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Is’nana the Were-Spider: Showtime
From the website:
A horror-fantasy, coming of age story, Is’nana the Were-Spider: Showtime (64 page one-shot) is the fourth release of an on-going series of graphic novels and one-shots. Is’nana the Were-Spider has won 7 Glyph Awards (2018 Fan Award, Rising Star Award, & Best Male Character Award; 2019 Best Male Character Award, 2019 Best Writer Award, & Story of the Year Award; 2020 Best Male Character Award).
Accidentally breaking a barrier between our world and theirs (called THE MOTHER KINGDOM), Is’nana (the son of Anansi the Spider God of Stories) accepts the responsibility for releasing creatures of horror into our reality, villains who want nothing more but to cause chaos and mayhem to achieve their own diabolical or selfish goals. With guidance from his father, Is’nana not only strives to live up to his father’s name but to also reach his own potential while he seeks to discover his individuality and place in the world.
Taking place between Vol 1: Forgotten Stories and Vol 2: The Hornet’s Web, Showtime finds Is’nana befriending a group of street and Showtime dancers named the Silencerz – Princess C, Gris Gris, and Krimsin, three inner city kids who spend their free time dancing and entertaining while hoping to make some change for their craft. Inspired by their moves, Is’nana is taken under their wing to spend the day with them, which includes Is’nana’s introduction to sushi…
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