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Kagemono: Tooth and Claw

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Bigger and badder than ever, Kagemono: Tooth and Claw will drag you screaming and laughing through ten all new stories: a werewolf-infested city, a coma ward, a sanctuary for vampires, an old factory, the bathroom of tomorrow, a psychic medium's copy shop, a Miami courthouse, a bluesman's shag-pad, and a suburban home with a very unusual closet. Edited by Jason Franks.
84 p
Mass Market Paperback, 84 pages
Published October 16th 2009 by Blackglass Press (first published 2009)
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Jason Franks is the author of Bloody Waters and the Sixsmiths graphic novels, well as numerous other comics and short stories

His second novel, Faerie Apocalypse, will be out in 2017 from IFWG.

Born in South Africa, Franks grew up in Melbourne, Australia. He has also lived in the United States and Japan.
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