Kingdom of the Snakes

Kingdom of the Snakes

By Greg Farshtey; Jolyon Yates (Illustrator); JayJay Jackson (Illustrator)

Papercutz, Paperback, 9781597073561, 58pp.

Publication Date: October 30, 2012

Description

The New York Times bestselling series with now over 1 million copies sold continues to kick butt with a new action volume After flying through a powerful electrical storm, Jay crash-lands and finds himself in a world where Sensei Wu's team of ninja was never formed. Here, the Serpentine rule with skeleton warriors as their servants, Jay's friends are scattered and powerless, and his only hope is an ancient master of Spinjitzu Lord Garmadon



About the Author
Farshtey is a graduate of the State University of New York at Geneseo.

Jolyon Yates studied graphic design and illustration at Cambridge and Exeter, and Japanese arts in Sapporo, Japan. He lived in Japan for several years, during which time he contributed comics, articles, and illustrations to magazines such as Anime FX. His first professional comics work was the story "Tancho" for Mangazine. He illustrated the award-winning web comic Revvelations, and he has been a regular contributor to G-Fan. He is very happy to be working on LEGO Ninjago but fears losing the ability to draw fingers, ears, and noses.

JayJay Jackson is a writer, designer, and commercial illustrator who began her comics career at Marvel Comics where she designed company logos and colored many of their best-selling comic books. Jackson also served as Executive Art Director at Valiant Comics, Creative Director at Defiant Comics, and Executive Editor and Art Director at Broadway Comics before leaving for the recording and fashion industries as Art Director for M2 Design Group, the NY-based boutique design house. She is currently a full-time freelance artist.


Praise For Kingdom of the Snakes

#1 NEW YORK TIMES BEST SELLER

“A rocking fun book!” — COMIC ATTACK

“Great choices for reeling in reluctant readers, nourishing youngsters who can't get enough of the world of Ninjago, and encouraging imaginations to soar.” — SCHOOL LIBRARY JOURNAL 

“Immaculate art, polished like a shiny new LEGO set.” — BOOKLIST