Helen and the Go-Go Ninjas
"In this sci fi graphic novel, Helen is kidnapped by time-travelling ninjas and finds herself in the year 2355. Humankind has been enslaved by giant 'Peace Balls' - and Helen holds the keys to their destruction. Set in present-day Auckland and 300 years in the future"--Publisher ... read full description below.
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||2 July 2018 by Penguin
||By Sang, Ant
By Bennett, Michael
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Kidnapped by time-travelling ninjas, Helen is thrust into the year 2355 - a ruined future with roving gangs and 'Peace Balls', giant humming devices that enslave and control people's minds. The Go-Go Ninjas have one goal- to destroy the Peace Balls. They believe that Helen knows how. Can Helen use her knowledge of the past to help them save the future? An electrifying graphic novel by an award-winning author and illustrator
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ABOUT THE ILLUSTRATOR- Ant Sang is one of New Zealand's most acclaimed cartoonists and graphic novelists, whose books have been published in NZ, North America, the UK and France. His bestselling graphic novel Shaolin Burning won an Honour Award at the 2012 NZ Post Children's Book Awards and his cult series the Dharma Punks was published in graphic novel format in 2014. He is perhaps best known as one of the creators of the television series bro'Town, which ran for five seasons. Ant lives in Auckland.ABOUT THE AUTHOR- Michael Bennett (Ngati Pikiao, Ngati Whakaue) is an award-winning New Zealand screenwriter and author. In 2013 he was awarded Best Documentary Screenplay for his documentary on the Teina Pora case, The Confessions of Prisoner T. He went on to publish In Dark Places in 2016, which won Best Non-Fiction Book at the Ngaio Marsh Awards and Best Biography/History at the Nga Kupu Ora Awards 2017. Michael lives in Auckland, New Zealand, and is Head of Screenwriting at South Seas Film School.