Kazu Kibuishi is the creator of the much acclaimed Amulet series as well as the editor for the equally acclaimed Flight comics anthology series. His work has a loyal following here among readers of all ages. The Flight anthology has a strong appeal to teen to young adult readers and Amulet has long been the natural go-to choice for fans of Jeff Smith's Bone looking for a follow-up reading experience, and is of late building a new base of readers all on its own. Now we have a new collection of his web comic, Copper, about a boy and his dog. This square format (9" x 9") full color collection of lively short tales leap off the page. There's definitely a (subdued, more reflective and less manic) Calvin and Hobbes flavor to the strip, and, like Calvin and Hobbes, Copper is a work that really can appeal to all ages. There's no need to take our word for it, however, as you can read it all online. The book contains a nifty bonus: a 10-page behind the scenes, step-by-step look at the creation, execution and production of the strip that will be of great interest to many an aspiring comics creator. Anyone interested in thoughtful, well crafted, kid-friendly comics should definitely be look into Copper.