Samurai Cat: Goes to the Movies (2020)

Samurai Cat: Goes to the Movies Mark E. Rogers Samurai Cat Goes to the Movies Chronicles the fifth adventure of Miawoara Tomokato and his nephew Shiro as they take on parodies of such American film characters as the Terminator the Wizard of Oz Captain Kirk Mr Spock and Hann
  • Title: Samurai Cat: Goes to the Movies
  • Author: Mark E. Rogers
  • ISBN: 9780741430007
  • Page: 390
  • Format: Paperback
Samurai Cat: Goes to the Movies Mark E. Rogers Chronicles the fifth adventure of Miawoara Tomokato and his nephew Shiro as they take on parodies of such American film characters as the Terminator, the Wizard of Oz, Captain Kirk, Mr Spock, and Hannbal Lector.
Samurai Cat: Goes to the Movies Mark E. Rogers

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One thought on “Samurai Cat: Goes to the Movies

  1. Chris

    The recipe is definitely off on these later volumes The endless absurdity, anachronisms, slapstick, and pulverizing of the fourth wall don t do enough to make up for the weaker stories and lack of truly funny moments For a series with such cool art, the cheap binding with black white art is worth losing a star all by itself These books are are really meant to be read twice Once when you re twelve and one time when you re over 30 Not having the nostalgia or satisfaction of catching references th [...]

  2. Robb Bridson

    Bad circumstances remind me that I read this book It appears the author of these stories died.This is the only Samurai Cat book I read, but I always intended to read .Rogers is right up there with Douglas Adams and Terry Pratchett for comical fantasy, at least from what I can tell by this book, and he allows you to take it in in smaller, intense doses.This book contains a bunch of short stories of Samurai Cats adventures in a lot of familiar settings, pulled straight out of movies A lot of sill [...]

  3. Mark

    Non stop craziness, puns, and violence as the samurai cats barrel through five movie parodies with the Terminator close on their heels, um, paws Paw heels While the newer books have a lot story, I find that the never ending stream of madcap is a bit much, so I like the earlier volumes We strike tomorrow at dawn Shimura said Won t Dawn protest asked Origami Ito.

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