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PX! Book One: A Girl and Her Panda

3.5 of 5 stars 3.50  ·  rating details  ·  28 ratings  ·  7 reviews
PX! is the story of a young girl named Dahlia who with the help of her giant and trusty Panda sidekick sets off on an epic journey around the globe to save her missing father. Unbeknownst to our heroes, Dad has been kidnapped by Pollo an evil goat mastermind bent on taking over the world, and it's only a matter of time before Pollo's twisted machinations will be unleashed. ...more
Paperback, 162 pages
Published September 4th 2007 by Image Comics
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"It's just like my momma always said... 'Wikkity... every time you punch a ninja, an angel gets its wings'."
"Your mother said What?"
"Momma said knock you out!!!"

Originally (and still) a superlative web comic, this first book details the story of Dahlia, who leaves home with her giant mechanical panda to find her father, held captive by the villainous goat, Pollo. Aided by Weatherby, an agent of the double-ought persuasion and Wikkity, the ninja hating, roller-skating disco dude, the trio battle
I really enjoyed PX!: A Girl and Her Panda.

The characters: a little girl named Dahlia who is about six years old and the daughter of a missing scientist; a nuclear-powered cyborg panda named Panda who was created by the missing scientist for his daughter, who rides around on its back; an anachronistic gentleman spy named Weatherby who is in Her Majesty’s Secret Service and gets so focused discussing the rules of pistol dueling that he doesn’t notice that his foe has fled; Wikkity, a hill-billy d
Jan 16, 2009 Kate rated it 4 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: Kerry - give it another chance!
Shelves: graphicnovels
Ha! I got the biggest kick out of this book. Yes, Kerry it was a little hard to get into, but once I did it was hilarious. The combination of a rollerskating bounty-hunter who hates ninjas, a royal secret agent hell-bent on saving the world from bad grammar, and a girl who rides a mechanical robot around town all setting out together to battle a terrorist goat - ha!!! The story is a little jumpy and disjointed at times, but I LOVED the characters.
Candice M (tinylibrarian)
Super fun, great characters and art (nice melding of manga-ish and western style graphics) BUT if you purchased this through Brodart and had it permabound (with the plastic-y cover) - BEWARE! I received it at my library yesterday, checked it out to read on the train today, and it fell apart by the time I got back to my library!
So much fun! So adorable! I hadn't read the webcomic before, but I am likely to do so now. But I picked it up, in part, for it's beautiful glossy pages.
I just couldn't do this one. The description of the book made it seem simple and cute, but the story is nuts and I had a hard time following it.
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