Birds of Maine / Michael Deforge.

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GRAPHIC NOVEL-DEFORGE

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GRAPHIC DEFORGE

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材料类型
漫画书籍
作者
DeForge, Michael, 1987-
出版资料
[Place of publication not identified] : Drawn & Quarterly, 2022.

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版本
First edition.
载体形态
459 pages : color illustrations ; 20 cm
附注
Chiefly illustrations.
摘要
"Long after the demise of humankind, birds roam freely around a new earth complete with fruitful trees, sophisticated fungal networks, and an enviable socialist order. The universal worm feeds all, there are no weekends, and economics is as fantastical a study as unicorn psychology. No concept of money or wealth plagues the thoughts of these free-minded birds. Instead, there are angsty teens who form bands to show off their best bird song and other youngsters who yearn to become clothing designers even though clothes are only necessary during war. (The truly honorable professions for most birds are historian or librarian.) These birds are free to crush on hot pelicans and live their best lives until a crash-landed human from Earth threatens to change everything."--Amazon.
主题
Science fiction comic books, strips, etc.
Moon -- Comic books, strips, etc.
Utopias -- Comic books, strips, etc.
Birds -- Comic books, strips, etc.
Graphic novels.
Birds.
Graphic novels.
Science fiction comic books, strips, etc.
Utopias.
Moon.
类型/表格
Comics (Graphic works)
Fiction.
Science fiction comics.
Graphic novels.
Webcomics.
国际标准书号
1770465669
9781770465664