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Samurai Cat (Marco the Manx Series) e-book

Author:

Joann Roe,Kenichi Ueda

Language:

English

Category:

Children

Subcategory:

Literature & Fiction

ePub size:

1926 kb

Other formats:

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Rating:

4.2

Publisher:

Montevista Pr (May 1, 1993)

Pages:

60

ISBN:

0931551080

Samurai Cat (Marco the Manx Series) e-book

by Joann Roe,Kenichi Ueda


The fourth of a popular series about Marco the Manx, who first is lost on a Northwest island ("Castaway Cat"), trapped on a fishing boat ("Fisherman Cat"), shipwrecked ("Alaska Cat"), and now is in Japan. This state fiction prize winner contains original art. Get A Copy.

The fourth of a popular series about Marco the Manx, who first is lost on a Northwest island (Castaway Cat), trapped on a fishing boat (Fisherman Cat), shipwrecked (Alaska Cat), and now is in Japan.

Series: Marco the Manx (Book 2). Hardcover: 60 pages.

Items related to Samurai Cat (Marco the Manx Series). The fourth of a popular series about Marco the Manx, who first is lost on a Northwest island ("Castaway Cat"), trapped on a fishing boat ("Fisherman Cat"), shipwrecked ("Alaska Cat"), and now is in Japan. Joann Roe Samurai Cat (Marco the Manx Series). ISBN 13: 9780931551079. Samurai Cat (Marco the Manx Series).

Rogers had done a series of paintings and drawings which feature his character Samurai Cat and spoofing martial arts films and fantasy stories. He went on to write stories to fit the paintings.

Marco the Manx from Joann Roe's series of children's books, Fisherman Cat (1988 . Raffles, Bernie Rhodenbarr's Manx cat in Lawrence Block's "Burglar" series of mystery novels, first appearing in The Burglar Who Traded Ted Williams.

Marco the Manx from Joann Roe's series of children's books, Fisherman Cat (1988, ISBN 978-31551-02-4), Castaway Cat (1989, ISBN 978-31551-03-1), Alaska Cat (1990, ISBN 978-31551-05-5), and Samurai Cat (1993, ISBN 978-31551-08-6). Bernie is not convinced the cat is a Manx but it does have no tail. 1994, ISBN 978-0-525-93807-1). Stimpson "Stimpy" J. Cat, one of the two main characters of the American animated TV series The Ren and Stimpy Show (1991–1996).

Samurai Cat (aka Miaowara Tomokato) is the main character in a series of books by Mark Rogers. To accompany the anachronistic satire, almost every page in each book has a picture painted by Rogers, depicting the events described on that page. Each chapter is a bizarre parody of some historical or pop culture event, but the event is always treated as an entirely serious one. For example, no one finds it at all unusual that Tomokato is an upright, talking, sword-wielding cat.

A series about Marco the Manx began in 1984 with Castaway Cat (Montevista Press), now out of print after several reprintings. The adventures of a cat that begins with a Manx cat lost on a Washington island. Marco goes on to board a disabled purse seine fishing boat (Fisherman Cat) and winds up in Alaska. There his boat is shipwrecked and Marco is rescued by local children (Alaska Cat), then given to Japanese sailors who bring him to Japan (Samurai Cat). Very popular with schools because of accurate settings. Some have equipped entire classes for study purposes.

I first encountered SAMURAI CAT and his creator Mark Rogers at the New Orleans World Science Fiction Convention .

I first encountered SAMURAI CAT and his creator Mark Rogers at the New Orleans World Science Fiction Convention in 1989, I think. He was giving a slide show and a telk in one of the panel rooms and the phrase "samurai cat" caught my eye and intrigued me. The slides were of his artwork for the third book in the series SAMURAI CAT IN THE REAL WORLD in which The Cat tracks down those who responsible for his Lord's death to Nazi Germany and Stalinist Russia. All of the books are heavily illustrated.

Samurai Cats is a social game adaptation of the Nobunaga's Ambition series which turns historical figures into cats with kitty themed names. It debuted to the public on the informal Japanese holiday, Cat Day. The game's East Asian titles are a portmanteau of Nobunaga's name and the onomatopoeia for a cat's meow (ニャ or 喵). The current producer for the social game is Nobuhisa Hiroshige.

The fourth of a popular series about Marco the Manx, who first is lost on a Northwest island ("Castaway Cat"), trapped on a fishing boat ("Fisherman Cat"), shipwrecked ("Alaska Cat"), and now is in Japan. This state fiction prize winner contains original art.

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