C2 & PÓSSE: INNER-CITY HEROES™ (Langdon Street Press, a Hillcrest Publishing Group Imprint; $16.95; December 2008; ISBN: 978-1-934938-04-1) Debuts Its Premiere Issue With Episode #4 Entitled: “Caught in the Mix”.
C2 & PÓSSE: INNER-CITY HEROES™ (Langdon Street Press, a Hillcrest Publishing Group imprint; $16.95; December 2008; ISBN: 978-1-934938-04-1) debuts its premiere issue with episode #4 entitled: “Caught in the Mix”. In the year 2150, ethnically diverse, scientifically-minded and musically inclined friends Spoony-Breeze™, Peppermint-T™ and Glow™ head to the Museum of Natural Mystery in New-New York City in remembrance of their best friend Clarence Collins II (C2, pronounced Cee-Squared). C2 is believed to have been killed in an airplane wreck along with his family over an Arabian desert. When the Inner-City Heroes are kidnapped by the ILOE™ (Intergalactic Legion of Evil), they must rely on each other’s smarts and loyalty to get out alive.
The INNER-CITY HEROES utilize exquisite, full-color illustrations, contemporary dialogue and suspenseful plot twists to create a new medium for introducing children and teens to social issues and inspiring messages that encourage them to develop human attributes and values called the "CODES4LIFE". We hope you’ll consider Artoni’s important and innovative genre niche for your library.
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Artoni (Anthony C. Fletcher) is a visionary fine artist, writer and graphic designer who creates art to encourage a positive balance in the world. His work can be found in many private collections of contemporary American art. He has conducted art and design workshops in Central America for the Instituto de Cultura in Panama City, Colon City, and David, Chiriqui in the Republic of Panama. He has provided images for CBS, SONY, EPIC, Sports Illustrated and DKNY, among others. Artoni is a native of Wilmington, Delaware and now resides in Jersey City, New Jersey.