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New Candorville Book: “Color-Blinded”

Get your copy of the brand new, eighth Candorville collection: “Color-Blinded“!

INSIDE:The 8th collection of the syndicated comic strip “Candorville” by Darrin Bell. Lemont’s a single dad raising a mysteriously smart two year old. He’s also a journalist single-handedly running one of the top news sites in the country. Will he figure out how to cover breaking news in Uganda and Russia, interview every buffoon in the 2016 presidential race, and win the never-ending struggle to get his toddler to go to sleep at night, while still trying to find the perfect woman? Will he figure out how to explain to his son why he’s supposed to respect the police, when the police don’t seem to face any repercussions for killing so many unarmed people who look just like his dad? Meanwhile, despite his best efforts, people start to wonder if the dumb “thug” C-Dog is secretly the smartest, most morally upstanding man in the neighborhood. At the ad agency, Susan discovers why her boss won’t ever let her fire her evil, conniving assistant. And Lemont accompanies the recently-departed comedian Robin Williams on his final journey.

Contains more than 500 comics, an introduction about Black Lives Matter and police brutality, and an article about the Robin Williams story arc. Many of the strips are also annotated by the author.

To order:

Get the Kindle e-Book edition ($2.99) or the annotated paperback edition ($19.99) straight from AMAZON

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You can also complete your collection by getting the first SEVEN Candorville books!