Blue, Barry & Pancakes: Enter the Underground Throwdown (Hardcover)
Other Books in Series
This is book number 4 in the Blue, Barry & Pancakes series.
- #1: Blue, Barry & Pancakes (Hardcover): $11.04
- #2: Blue, Barry & Pancakes: Escape from Balloonia (Hardcover): $11.04
- #3: Blue, Barry & Pancakes: Danger on Mount Choco (Hardcover): $11.04
- #5: Blue, Barry & Pancakes: Big Time Trouble (Hardcover): $11.04
The fourth volume of the children’s series of friendship stories for emerging readers, featuring three friends (a bunny, a worm, and a frog) who get into conflicts and adventures driven by their very different personalities.
Blue, Barry, and Pancakes are best friends! They love roller hooping, free ice cream, and going on BIG adventures!
One day, Barry and Pancakes want to go to the beach. When they go to grab Blue though, they discover that he’s already gone. He’s searching for a legendary stone buried deep underground, and didn’t invite his best friends to join him! Feeling hurt, Barry and Pancakes decide that they’re going to beat Blue to the treasure, but they are totally unprepared for the DANGER that awaits them in the cave of the Jelly Gem!
Like all friends, Blue, Barry, and Pancakes can make mistakes... but at the end of the day, they always have each other’s backs. And tops, and sides, and fronts, too!
Feel all of the warm, fuzzy, friendship feelings in the latest installment of Dan & Jason’s graphic novel series.
About the Author
Dan & Jason go back. Waaaaay back. They have directed award-winning commercials, created hit cartoon shows, and even sold a feature-film concept, but nothing has prepared them for this... the pinnacle of their storied career: publishing the hilarious and heartwarming comic tales of Blue, Barry & Pancakes?! Dan & Jason have packed it with everything they know about drawing, writing, and the enduring power of friendship. Please enjoy their comic book debut! They make everything together. They think it, draw it, write it, mix it, bake it, and serve it together. Teamwork!
Dan Abdo and Jason Patterson have been making stuff together for a very looong time! They created the animated television program Rocket Monkeys, and they’ve directed countless animated commercials for major global brands. Their short films have won numerous awards and their cartoons and comics have been published in The New Yorker and Nickelodeon magazine. Through all these different mediums their humor and storytelling always rings sweet, silly, and slightly twisted. Together at First Second, they've produced several volumes of Blue, Barry & Pancakes, a zany story about three animal friends who go on out-of-this-world adventures!
Jason Patterson and Dan Abdo met in the back of the art room in highschool, started drawing together, and never stopped. They both attended the Rhode Island School of Design and then both moved to New York City to begin their world conquest. These days Jason has jumped across the Hudson to live in New Jersey with his wife and two children. Dan returned to the place where it all started and lives in Vermont with his wife, two children, six chickens, two ducks, and one ancient cat. Even though they’re hundreds of miles apart they still draw together every day. Together at First Second, they've produced several volumes of Blue, Barry & Pancakes, a zany story about three animal friends who go on out-of-this-world adventures!
Praise for Blue, Barry & Pancakes:
"[Dan and Jason] fill energetic and cinematic panels with sound effects and screwball comedy, resulting in an absurd tale of friendship that never stops moving."—Publisher's Weekly
"Rapidly paced and loaded with absurdity and laughs, dynamic cartoon illustrations sweep readers along on a journey designed to humorously upend their expectations. A happy ending and gentle lesson on friendship close what is happily the first of many escapades."—Booklist
"The cartoon art is bright and appealing, with loud colors, exaggerated comic reactions, and goofy details. ...Riotously entertaining. Readers will look forward to more adventures with this quirky trio."—School Library Journal
"A joyful, slapstick romp."—Horn Book