I Was An Eighth-Grade Ninja (Z Graphic Novel) (#01 in Tomo Series)
I Was an Eighth Grade Ninja, book 1 of the Tomo series, introduces Hana, a thirteen-year-old Japanese orphan struggling to adjust to life in San Francisco. Hana tries to feel at home in her grandfather's house and does her best...
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I Was an Eighth Grade Ninja, book 1 of the Tomo series, introduces Hana, a thirteen-year-old Japanese orphan struggling to adjust to life in San Francisco. Hana tries to feel at home in her grandfather's house and does her best to fit in at her new school, but the only time things seem normal to her is when she's honing her skills in her grandfather's dojo, the studio where he teaches martial arts. And just as she's learning to cope with one strange new world, Hana is forced to deal with another. Animal-like warriors from a different dimension invade her grandfather's home, and Hana must use all her training to protect the only family she has left. When the secret of a mighty weapon is revealed, Hana discovers she is not who she thought she was-nor is Tomo, her grandfather's strange little pet.
Winner of the Moonbeam Award Bronze Medal for comics and graphic novels! Martial Arts Moves Aren't Just for Practice Anymore. Hana, a Japanese orphan, is used to working on her martial-arts skills. After she moves to California to live with her grandfather, the only place she really feels at home is in his martial-arts studio. But all that practice will come in handy when savage creatures from another world attack! In the blink of an eye, Hana realizes she has a lot to learn about herself, her grandfather, and his strange little pet.
Bud Rogers is a cartoonist and editor and has been very active in the Christian comics community for the past fifteen years. Bud uses his organizational and management skills to assist artists and writers in realizing their creative visions.
Rob Corley is a veteran animator with Disney, San Marco Films, and Curious Pictures. Rob is also the cofounder Funnypages Productions, an animation development and illustration company, and Funnypages Press, a comic book publisher.
Andrew Simmons is a seventeen-year veteran of animation with fifteen of those years at Walt Disney Feature Animation in Orlando, Florida. He currently enjoys the good life in middle Tennessee with his wife, six boys, two dogs, two cats, and koi fish.