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- 1998 Will Eisner Comic Industry Awards - Nominee - Best U.S. Edition of Foreign Material: (by Makoto Kobayashi (Dark Horse))
Cover Date: April 1997
Cover Price: US $ 5.95
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Format: Black & White; Trade Paperback
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What's Michael? Michael is a cat. A cat that is inexplicably attracted to the smell of raw fish, yet horribly repulsed by the smell of toothpaste. A cat that, in a dogfight with a fly, will strafe his master in her sleep. In short, Michael is a cat like any other cat. What's Michael? is an amusing look at the lives of a cats, written and illustrated by manga master Makoto Kobayashi. In this book you'll find answers to some of the burning "cat" questions that you've been dying to have answered, such as: Do cats always land on their feet? Do cats make good detectives? Are cats better pets than dogs? And the often-asked but seldom-answered, why do cats dance? Of course, there is more than just cats in the book. The stories show us how people interact (and often make idiots of themselves) in the presence of felines. This book is made up of short stories that allow us to look in on the lives of cats and the people who love (and hate) them.
Translation by Dana Lewis & Toren Smith.
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