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Hooky
Comic Magazine – No.2

The Home Issue

Hooky Comic Magazine is a 60-page paperback collection of comics, doodles, and reviews made under the influence of a Canadian childhood watching Saturday Morning cartoons and reading Mad Magazine, mixed with later life in Scandinavia, absorbing Tintin, Moomin, Pippi and the impending end of the world.

This issue features Chapter 2 of Dwell, a full comic: Formidable Force, plenty of new reviews and some writing about childhood and building a playhouse.

Hooky 2 looks even better when bought together with issue 1;)

 

Hooky Comic Magazine

Hooky
Comic Magazine – No.1

The Wild Issue

Hooky Comic Magazine is a 60-page paperback collection of comics, doodles, and reviews made under the influence of a Canadian childhood watching Saturday Morning cartoons and reading Mad Magazine, mixed with later life in Scandinavia, absorbing Tintin, Moomin, Pippi and the impending end of the world.

This issue features Chapter 1 of Dwell, a modern take on Tintin and Captain Haddock, plenty of reviews of books, podcasts, music, comics and artists and some writing about childhood and having a studio.

Hooky 1 looks even better when bought together with issue 2;)

 

Wood Cake - a children's book

Wood Cake

Wood Cake is the story of an odd tree named Gree who searches the woods for some company to invite to tea. During his search for tea party guests, he spots all kinds of oddball characters.

Unsure of how to invite them (he’s a tree after all), he tries different ways to trick them into coming to tea. It doesn’t always work for him.

If tricks aren’t the answer, then what is?

Find out in this goofy, giggly rhyming trip of a story!

 

“We loved it!”

“We loved it! I finished reading it to Lily, then we had to go through and pick our favourite bit (she loved the expectant look on Gree’s face when hoping his plan will still work out — I love Hunny).

Then, when we finished doing that,
she ran downstairs to reread it to her grandpa.

They are now going through picking out their favourite bits… “

– Claire Robertson and Lily (9yrs) 

See Claire’s work on Loobylu!

‘5 stars!’ 

“Love the story, love the illustrations. my 8 year old gives it two thumbs up!”

– Julie (Amazon review)


“Tons of wholesome fun!”

– Steven Spatucci (Amazon review)

“Seussian” 

“We really enjoyed the fun colourful art — and the writing had a ‘Seussian’ feel to it.”

– Vicki and Mike (grownups) – of Meomi 

See Meomi’s fantastic work!

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