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Wahoo Morris. book one

Author: Craig Taillefer
Publisher: Nepean, ON : Too Hip Gotta Go Graphics, 2006.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English
Summary:
"Indie rock band Wahoo Morris is ready to hit the road to rock 'n roll fame and glory. Made up of long time friends Chas on bass, Sebastien on lead guitar, and Arnie on drums, the fledgling group is rounded out by newcomer Alicia on lead vocals. On stage the band gels, but off-stage things aren't going quite so smoothly. Sebastien has developed an attraction to Alicia that is not in the band's best interest. And the  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Craig Taillefer
ISBN: 0973516119 9780973516111
OCLC Number: 931800926
Notes: "The chapters in this book were originally published as the comic book series Wahoo Morris vol. 1 issues 1-3, and Wahoo Morris vol. 2 issue 1."
Description: 86 pages : illustrations ; 21 cm
Responsibility: story & art, Craig A Taillefer.

Abstract:

"Indie rock band Wahoo Morris is ready to hit the road to rock 'n roll fame and glory. Made up of long time friends Chas on bass, Sebastien on lead guitar, and Arnie on drums, the fledgling group is rounded out by newcomer Alicia on lead vocals. On stage the band gels, but off-stage things aren't going quite so smoothly. Sebastien has developed an attraction to Alicia that is not in the band's best interest. And the band's enigmatic new lead singer's dabbling in the occult threatens more than their carefully laid plans for success. A story of sex, drugs, & rock 'n' roll, and a little bit of magic."

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