The Fant me Ball Decompisia is the underworld s most stressed Princess she has plenty of her own work to do but always seems to find herself doing her layabout father s job as well To help in the understaffed kitchen

  • Title: The Fantôme Ball
  • Author: Andi Watson
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 435
  • Format: ebook
  • Decompisia is the underworld s most stressed Princess she has plenty of her own work to do but always seems to find herself doing her layabout father s job, as well To help in the understaffed kitchens, Princess Decomposia has hired Count Spatula, the vampire chef with a sweet tooth He s a charming go getter of a blood sucker, and pretty soon the two young ghouls becomeDecompisia is the underworld s most stressed Princess she has plenty of her own work to do but always seems to find herself doing her layabout father s job, as well To help in the understaffed kitchens, Princess Decomposia has hired Count Spatula, the vampire chef with a sweet tooth He s a charming go getter of a blood sucker, and pretty soon the two young ghouls become friends Together, can they keep the kingdom running smoothly Tor is pleased to present The Fant me Ball, an original comic set in the world of Andi Watson s Princess Decomposia and Count Spatula, a sweet and mildly spooky tale of friendship, family, and management training for the undead

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    About “Andi Watson

    1. Andi Watson says:

      Andrew Andi Watson born 1969 is a British cartoonist and illustrator best known for the graphic novels Breakfast After Noon, Slow News Day and his series Love Fights, published by Oni Press and Slave Labor Graphics.Watson has also worked for mainstream American comic publishers with some work at DC Comics, a twelve issue limited series at Marvel Comics, with the majority at Dark Horse Comics, moving recently to Image Comics.



    2 thoughts on “The Fantôme Ball

    1. Cute but kinda pointless. Maybe better in the context of the larger continuing story that I gather this to be part of -- it doesn't really stand on its own.

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