Mason is young, and he hangs out with kids that are into bad music and bad haircuts. The two most important things in his life are the girl who makes his heart beat at erratic speeds, and the band with the strange boy he knows from high school. Unfortunately, his life is about to come crashing down on him in a barrage of angry fists.
When Californian, Katharine Washington, comes to England to work on a newspaper she's expecting more than the small and troubled Wheatstone Mercury. Here, she enters the world of office politics, the bottom line, personal and professional strife and lost hamsters. Will it be enough to lure her away from the bright lights and opportunities of home?
by Andi Watson
Join Tamsin (bored high school student) and Kitsune (fox spirit from ancient Japan) as they skip school and tangle with makeovers, Valentines Day, Tropical Islands, Pirates, and Giant Monkeys. Collects issues #19-24.
by Andi Watson
Tamsin and Kitsune's use of the Skeleton Key gets them further into trouble when a giant cat relocates to their suburban home. This triggers a series of events that lead to friendships being lost, secrets revealed, and the production of counterfeit money.
by Andi Watson
Manga meets Alice in Wonderland when Tamsin (a dimension-hopping teenager) and Kitsune (her fox spirit buddy) search for their friend who has been kidnapped by witches. Join them on their travels as they encounter a cast of wonderfully wacky characters! This edition reprints issues #7-#18.
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?
Princess Decomposia is overworked and underappreciated. This princess of the underworld is always running behind and always buried under a ton of paperwork. Oh, and her father (the king) just fired the chef, so now she has to hire a new cook as well.
What do you do if you're an artist who wants to display your soul but no one believes you have one?Geisha is the futuristic tale of Jomi Sohodo, an android with a knack for painting. Adopted early on by the Kami family, Jomi has been assimilated into regular human life -- or so she thinks. Society, for all its advances, still regards her as an outcast, as something less than human.This makes it rather difficult for her to sell her paintings, and if she can't sell her paintings, she can't make rent. So, she enters the family business and becomes a bodyguard. In this new world of action and intrigue, Jomi becomes mixed up with a supermodel being stalked by ajealous ex-husband, a maniacal mogul with a taste for revenge, and the twisted double-cross of art fakery. Drawn with bold, expressive lines, and enhanced with subtle gray tones, Geisha is a sophisticated, yet light-hearted, tale that combines fine art, Japanese comics, and classic storytelling into one engaging adventure.
Hieronymus Zoo has fled civilization to live on his own private island, away from the stress, pain, and drama that come from associating with other people. His idyllic lifestyle is shattered, however, by the nightmares that plague his sleep, and a horrifying monster that rises threateningly from the sea. But is the monster real, or just another creation of his mind? And what will Hieronymus do when a very real woman ends up on the island with him? It could end in tears, or maybe in love... or maybe the end of everything they know.
Catastrophe is under attack! The small town with big problems has a giant robot rampaging through the streets, Follicle Fiend is plotting hair-raising havoc and Caesar Salad is hungry for world domination one lunch box at a time. Who can save the the oppressed citizens from such vile villainy? Has new girl in town Grace Gibson bitten off more than she can chew? Find out in the fun four-colour adventures of Gum Girl from the Eisner and Harvey nominated Andi Watson.
To celebrate Andi Watson's 10th anniversary in comics Amaze Ink has collected his first-ever comic book series, Samurai Jam. It's all the skateboarding, punk rock, and hockey you need captured in one handy (and handsome) trade paperback collection. Contains the four issue series from the early 90s plus mini comics and pin-ups.