This square, full color volume contains over two hundred pages of comics and is the first graphic anthology devoted to American Indian "trickster tales." Over twenty tales in all are adapted into comics form in this "inspired collaboration between native writers and accomplished artists" working to "bring the trickster back into popular culture." This book generated plenty of positive responses (read more at the book's blog, here) and immediately sold out its initial printing and we have only now been able to get outr hands on it. Tales of raccoons and ravens, coyotes and crayfish, wolves, owls, minks and more are given form by a host of comics talents including Pittsburgh's own Pat Lewis. Anyone looking to experience the original American culture in comics form need look no further, Trickster delivers.