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PX! Book One: A Girl and Her Panda

by Manny Trembley

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Starting in mid-narrative, this book is the tale of Dahlia, a little girl with a giant cybernetic panda. Dahlia is looking for her father, an inventor, who has been kidnapped by an evil goat bent on world domination. Also looking for Dahlia's father is Double Aught 7, an anachronistic agent of the Queen. When Wackkity, a ninja-hating roller disco samuari, comes looking for Dahlia, he gets drawn into the mix too.

This book is beautifully drawn. Alas, it makes no freaking sense. Ninjas, guys dressed like Eval Keneval, killer robots, and more all get thrown into the mix. There are a few moments of wit here, but they are lost in the chaotic shuffle. (cross-posted from MeriJenBen) ( )
  59Square | Feb 20, 2009 |
This web comic to book is a fun story about some unlikely good guys who team up to help a little girl and her (robot) Panda find her missing dad. Her dad has been kidnapped to help an evil goat develop super robot weapons. The book has great art work and quite a bit of humor along with all the fighting of robots. ( )
  ohioyalibrarian | Sep 11, 2008 |
Starting in mid-narrative, this book is the tale of Dahlia, a little girl with a giant cybernetic panda. Dahlia is looking for her father, an inventor, who has been kidnapped by an evil goat bent on world domination. Also looking for Dahlia's father is Double Aught 7, an anachronistic agent of the Queen. When Wackkity, a ninja-hating roller disco samuari, comes looking for Dahlia, he gets drawn into the mix too.

This book is beautifully drawn. Alas, it makes no freaking sense. Ninjas, guys dressed like Eval Keneval, killer robots, and more all get thrown into the mix. There are a few moments of wit here, but they are lost in the chaotic shuffle. ( )
  MeriJenBen | Jun 25, 2008 |
"It's just like my momma always said... 'Wikkity... every time you punch a ninja, an angel gets its wings'."
"Your mother said What?"
"Momma said knock you out!!!"

Originally (and still) a superlative web comic, this first book details the story of Dahlia, who leaves home with her giant mechanical panda to find her father, held captive by the villainous goat, Pollo. Aided by Weatherby, an agent of the double-ought persuasion and Wikkity, the ninja hating, roller-skating disco dude, the trio battle evil robots on their quest to rescue Dahlia's dad.

The only loss is the absence of the webcomic's 'panda facts' - interesting little sidebars to every panel.

Ninjas, evil robots, and giant, mechanical pandas. Words like 'good' are useless here. We have to work on a scale of 'pink' to 'freakin' awesome', with PX! achieving a solid 'unrivalled in its field'. ( )
  eleanor_eader | Jan 5, 2008 |
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With the help of her giant Panda friend, a young girl named Dahlia travels the world in search of her missing father who has been kidnapped by an evil goat mastermind with plans to take over the world.

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