Writer: Chris Samnee, Laura Samnee
Artist: Chris Samnee
Colorist: Matthew Wilson
Jonna and Rainbow are sisters, but that doesn't mean they're all that similar: Rainbow's the bookish one, Jonna is the whirlwind. Jonna's also incredibly strong and nearly invulnerable—which will come in handy as they search the ruined, monster-infested wasteland that was once their home while looking for their missing father. Their world, once lush and bountiful, has been overrun by giant monsters and prickly, unnatural vines that strangle the life from the natural flora and fauna. The girls thought that they had found a place of calm and security—a notion proved false when a huge beast literally crashed through the walls.
With their safe haven destroyed, the girls set out again, this time following a lead to a hidden city of humans that have built a home in the shattered remnants of a mighty redwood forest. Lured by heartwarming tales of community, Rainbow and Jonna find that life in the big city can be a little confusing! Jonna finds celebrity in the monster-fighting arena, while Rainbow explores their new surroundings, searching for a bit of human kindness and not liking what she sees. Can the two keep their spirits up and their skin on as they outpunch unpossible monsters and outwit not-so-nice humans that stand in their way?
Format: Original Graphic Novel, Softcover
Content Rating: Middle Grade
“The storytelling, the characters, the world, THE ARTWORK! Chris Samnee is amazing! I’ve been waiting for this book! I need the next chapter, please!” —Jeff Smith, creator of Bone
"This is a comic absolutely brimming with joy, something that's echoed even in the darker moments of the Samnees' script, which punctuates its sense of despair and loss with pockets of deep hope, humor, and imagination. Jonna and the Unpossible Monsters is a delightful, stunningly imaginative comic for readers of just about any age, and deserves to be in as many hands as possible right now." —SYFY Wire
"...a richly rendered fantasy showcase..." —SYFY Wire