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"Rex Libris Volume One: I, Librarian collects issues #1-5 of the SLG series Rex Libris"--Prelim. p.
The astonishing story of the incomparable Rex Libris, Head Librarian at Middleton Public Library. From ancient Egypt, where his beloved Hypatia was murdered, to the farthest reaches of the galaxy in search of overdue books, Rex upholds his vow to fight the forces of ignorance and darkness. Wearing his super thick bottle glasses and armed with an arsenal of high technology weapons, he strikes fear into recalcitrant borrowers, and can take on virtually any foe from zombies to renegade literary characters.
|Description:||1 v. (unpaged) : ill. ; 22 cm.|
|Contents:||chapter 1. I, librarian --
chapter 2. Labyrinth of literature --
chapter 3. Leap of faith --
chapter 4. Battle on Benzine! --
chapter 5. Tea with Vaglox.
|Series Title:||Rex Libris, v.1.|
|Other Titles:||Rex Libris (Comic strip)|
|Responsibility:||[written and illustrated by James Turner].|
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The truth about librarians
Finally, an author brave enough to expose the secret lives of librarians and the libraries that employ them! James Turner's bold comic-format chronicle of one of information science's greatest heroes goes beyond entertainment and shamelessly embrasses teh bibliophile in us all. Librarians stand tall!...
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