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Emily's Secret Book of Strange (Emily the Strange)

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    Available in PDF - DJVU Format | Emily's Secret Book of Strange (Emily the Strange).pdf | Language: ENGLISH
    Rob Reger(Author)

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The secret life of Emily the Strange is quite a bit more strange than was previously understood. Uncover the truth behind her mysterious world in this recently discovered volume, Emily's Secret Book of Strange, the revealing companion to the best-selling Emily the Strange. Enter, if you dare, the house that Emily built. Decipher the secret language of the Emily Strange Posse: Morose Code. Learn little known facts, like what's developing in Emily's darkroom. In the same graphic style, with the same high production values, and featuring all new art, Emily's Secret Book of Strange is an irresistible sequel for Emily fans everywhere.

Emily the Strange is created by Rob Reger and his company, Cosmic Debris Inc., based in San Francisco. Rob and his co-illustrators began their Emily drawings in 1992 in Santa Cruz, and they were a hit with the local skateboarding crowd before taking over the west coast. (Celebrity fans of Emily include Fat Boy Slim and Julia Roberts.)

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Supported Devices Windows PC/PocketPC, Mac OS, Linux OS, Apple iPhone/iPod Touch.
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Flowing Text / Pages Pages
Printable? Yes

Book details

  • PDF | 64 pages
  • Rob Reger(Author)
  • Chronicle Books; 01 edition (30 May 2003)
  • English
  • 3
  • Art, Architecture & Photography

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  • By C. Smith on 5 November 2008

    Very little content to the book, but a must for any Emily fan! you can read it within minutes, but still I would recommend it as it is a nice book!

  • By Obsidian Butterfy on 11 January 2004

    I bought this book because I'm hoping to collect them all, along with other Emily Strange items, and now I have a grand total of two!This book is amazing. Much like the one I had previously, it is printed in such a way that there is detail on the page in shiny ink which you can only see when you turn it a certain way in the light (Ther is a technical name, but I'm far too tired to remember it) and the phrases linked to Emily are great, I love her!

  • By Mr. D. Hemmingway on 21 August 2006

    I am a huge Emily the Strange fan (MR HEMMINGWAYS DAUGHTER) and have loadsa things of it. A calender, bag, shoes and toys and more!!It has some lush artwork in it, shiny ones are when u turn them to the side you can see it then. The emily morse code is mint and is a great feature 2 the book.

  • By mr KIA on 6 December 2011

    One of my earliest forays into comics. This piece is more graphic design dream than story. However, It does not suffer from this shift, it is beautiful in purpose and intention. With a great relished attention to things like texture and colour. Fine details which reward the reader via repeat viewings. Man I'm listening to a lot zen music at the moment. Its sort of nice to have a soundscape to what you are doing. Unlike music with words you can do stuff over it . Its like jazz, a background noise that filters the mind. Focuses you on the task. A kind of textual layer in the room.

  • By anonymous on 24 January 2005

    Lovely clean artwork and design, reminiscent of Chris Bachalo's early work on Shade and "Death, the High Cost of Living." If Bachalo's Death is the ultimate cool goth babe, Emily the Strange is her Wednesday Addams-ish little sister. Hidden messages and sigils from "Emily's Morose Code" turn this book into a scavenger hunt of weird. Will appeal to anybody who likes locking herself in her bedroom for hours to disturb people.

  • By Tayla Merrett on 22 August 2014

    Worst book I have ever bought.... DONT BUY IT!!! It's just about 30 pages with rubbish pictures on them... Complete waste of my money!!!!

  • By EMMA on 12 November 2015

    great - thank you

  • By Guest on 26 May 2003

    Emily the strange is as you expect,strange. It is excellent. This may disturb some people but if you like Roman Dirge and other great comics for the weird then this is the book for you. A great read time and time again.

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