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Toy-Z
"The Ballad of Mr Huggles"

Headline:

Toy Story meets The Walking Dead

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On Sale Date:

23 September 2017

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Format:

Comic Book

Language:

English

Country:

UK

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Story Synopsis:

The story takes place in a universe similar to that of Disney/Pixar's 'Toy Story' where a zombie apocalypse has wiped out most of mankind. The remaining humans fight for survival living hand to mouth day to day. Fighting over the meagre resources that they can scavenge. Toys find themselves with no place in this new world, bereft of purpose and left to their own devices.

Toy-Z follows the ongoing adventures of Kitty-Kat and Robert the Robot as they struggle to find their place in a world that is now alien to them. In this debut issue of Toy-Z: The Ballad of Mr Huggles Kitty-Kat and Robert encounter the unusual Mr Huggles. A meeting that will change the course of their lives forever.

Collector Notes:

Toy-Z: The Ballad of Mr Huggles is strictly limit edition. There will only ever be one print run of 1200 individually numbered copies.

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Publisher Imprint:

Black Wing Comics

Cover Price:

4

Explicit Rating:

Mature

Age:

Modern Age

Number of pages:

20

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