Birth date: February 01, 1977
Jim Rugg's Books
This comic is about a girl living on the streets and always hungry who is an exceptional fighter. An incident with her friends is the main idea in the plot. Quite good although not particularly original in places, this comic is worth a look and is quite clearly illustrated.
This comic is about a girl challenged at her school because of her reputation as a fighter and the consequences of the fight. Quite good although not particularly original in places, this comic is worth a look and is quite clearly illustrated.
Singer/songwriter Courtney Taylor from the Dandy Warholls and Jim Rugg come together to create a graphic novel set in 1970's Berlin with a subcurrent of violence and extremism. I'm not the market for this novel.
With a cover that stands out among other graphic novels, Street Angel wasn't something I could pass by without at least taking a peak inside. The story here follows a young 8th grade girl, Jesse, who is orphaned, homeless, and living on the streets of a unforgiving ghetto full of ninjas and crime. (...
I had been a long time fan of The Guild, but it took me two years before I bought this graphic novel. A prequel to the web-series of the same name, The Guild focuses on Cyd's life before "The Game" and how she meets up with the gamers who would eventually become The Knights of Good. It's an origin s...