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Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer: The Island of Misfit Toys

Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer: The Island of Misfit Toys

Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer (Volume 1)

Brendan Deneen; illustrations by George Kambadais

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Two days before Christmas, a terrible snowstorm arrives and Charlie-in-the-Box is lost at sea! King Moonracer quickly puts together a band of Misfit Toys to rescue him. Together with Yukon Cornelius and Abominable the Snow Monster, the Misfits embark on their greatest adventure yet. But one question remains—will they save Charlie and return to the island in time for Santa? Or are the Misfits doomed to spend another Christmas without a little boy or girl to love them?

Based on the beloved original television classic Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer, the Misfit Toys make their debut in their first-ever original story and graphic novel. A thrilling middle-grade adventure that's perfect for young Rudolph fans. Find the Misfit in you.

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Praise for Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer: The Island of Misfit Toys

Rudolph is actually doing better as it ages.” —The New York Times

“Still retains its charm and all-ages appeal decades after its original broadcasts.” —MovieReport.com

Rudolph shines brightest in ratings . . . Rudolph dominated the night's opening hour.” —Variety

Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer clocked nearly 13 million viewers, which is 4% better than last year--and that's no small feat.” —The Washington Post

Rudolph glows ('like a light bulb!') for CBS.” —Entertainment Weekly

“CBS's traditional airing of Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer scored 12.2 million viewers last week, beating out all other holiday fare of grinches, Santas, country carolers and tree lightings, Nielsen said.” —Associated Press

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About the author

Brendan Deneen; illustrations by George Kambadais

Brendan Deneen is a critically acclaimed graphic novelist and playwright, having scripted/plotted Flash Gordon and Casper the Friendly Ghost, as well as Phoenix (with Jim Krueger) and his original creation Scatterbrain (called "one of the best indies of the year" by Aint It Cool News). Deneen's children's play, Mortimer the Lazy Bird, was favorably reviewed by The New York Times, which compared the story to both Aesop and Disney.

Brendan Deneen

George Kambadais

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