Synopses & Reviews
Artie King, the uncrowned good guy of Camelot Middle School, is back with his pals Percy and Wayne in tow as he tries to evade evil Principal Dagger, avoid the school bully Joe and his Horde, and unravel the secret of a pack of mysterious magic cards he finds in his locker. Frank Cammuso's action-packed art and comic dialogue is sure to appeal to graphic novel fans and bring new readers to the format. It's knights, knaves, and nonstop fun!
"[A] delightfully authentic graphic novel for junior readers. While familiarity with the tales of Camelot bring further humor to the setting and nomenclature...it's not necessary for enjoying the fun — and moral-bearing — tale." Booklist
"An entertaining and colorful graphic novel." School Library Journal
About the Author
Frank Cammuso draws editorial cartoons for the Post-Standard
newspaper in Syracuse, New York. His work has appeared in the New Yorker
, the New York Times
, the Washington Post
, USA Today
, and the Village Voice
Hart Seely is an award-winning reporter for the Post-Standard newspaper in Syracuse, New York. His work has appeared in the New Yorker, the New York Times, the New Republic, National Lampoon, the Village Voice, and Spy magazine. He is married and has three children.