Tamsin Mary Cates' boring high school existence is turned upside down when she obtains the Skeleton Key, an artifact that can open doors to anywhere. Liberated from her small Canadian hometown, Tamsin becomes involved with a Japanese fox spirit, tea-drinking witches, and a closet monster. Can she cope with a typical teenage school life of parties, friends, bullies, and kung fu, as well?
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Andi Watson was born and raised in the north of England where he loved to draw and read books. It rained a lot. Upon graduating college he realised this was the perfect background for a cartoonist. He has created comics for grown ups and children and those somewhere in between. Occasionally he's been nominated for awards (three Eisners, a Harvey, and a British Comics Awards). He works from home where he should buy fewer books or more bookshelves. He lives in Worcester with his wife and daughter.Review:
"...impressive...never slackens the pace or loses quality...[Watson's] art, all solid blacks and whites, is superb, as always." -- Comics International
A delightful, intriguing story. -- Maggie Thompson, CBG
A delightful, intriguing story. . . . Another of those cult B & W items with a swiftly growing, devoted following. -- Maggie Thompson, CBG
Andi Watson is dealing with powerful material here, handling it confidently. -- Comics International
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