Redcoats-ish

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Redcoats-ish Jeff Martin’s War of 1812 collects the complete 101 comic strip run of our weekly web-comic featuring the misadventures of John and George, two not so fearless men of the Canadian militia. Heeding the call to defend Canada against the invading American army, John and George are now doing their best to be heroes, whilst also working hard to avoid battles, marching, danger or anything else that involves effort. This a good fun read for anyone looking for War of 1812 adventures that make you chuckle.

Redcoats-Ish 2

Author: Niigaanwewidam Sinclair

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Heeding the call to defend Canada against the invading American army, John and George are now doing their best to be heroes, whilst also working hard to avoid battles, marching, danger or anything else that involves effort. More madcap adventures this time as our hapless heroes stumble into Tecumseh, Laura Secord, the burning of the White House and the destruction of Toronto, I mean York. Niigaanwewidam guest writes a story about their indigenous counterparts in a twist of perspective too.This a good fun read for anyone looking for War of 1812 adventures that make you chuckle.

Benjamin Franklin: Inventor of the Nation!

Author: Mark Shulman

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The story of America’s foremost inventor and diplomat, Benjamin Franklin, in graphic novel format. Benjamin Franklin has been called one of the most accomplished and influential Americans in history, and his role in shaping the United States has had a lasting impact that is still felt today. From his birth in Boston in 1706 to his days as a printer, inventor, and politician, Benjamin Franklin: Inventor of the Nation! tells the story of “the First American” in an accessible graphic novel format. Franklin’s research into topics as varied as electricity, meteorology, demography, and oceanography were as wide-ranging and important as his travels, which took him across the globe as a diplomat for the newly founded United States toward the end of the 18th century.