Officer Clawsome: Lobster Cop (Hardcover)
It's Investigators meets Spongebob! This funny, action-packed graphic novel has got it all: A donut (kelpcake) shop, a criminal-filled casino (they play "go fish"), a fantastic rogues' gallery of "usual suspects," a car chase through the streets of Caper Cove -- and a WWE-style wrestling match! It's got the action of a classic Stan Lee/Jack Kirby comic, and the dialogue from an Adam West Batman West episode. It's CLAWSOME!— Zach, Little Shop Bookseller
Dog Man meets SpongeBob in Officer Clawsome: Lobster Cop, a fast-paced and funny middle grade graphic novel series about the crimefighting duo Clawsome, a lobster, and his partner Stariana, a starfish, as they fight such denizens of the deep as the Catfishburglar, Chowderhead, and the Brain Sturgeon.
Crime doesn’t pay in Caper Cove with Officer Clawsome and his partner, Stariana, on the case. Just ask the notorious Catburglarfish—she’ll confirm.
But when the beloved bakery Kelpy's Kelpcakes goes missing and rumors begin swirling about shark sightings for the first time in a hundred years, the duo is about to find themselves claw-deep in a mystery for the ages.
Will this dynamic duo save the day yet again, or have the citizens of Caper Cove eaten their last Kelpcake…for good?
About the Author
Brian "Smitty" Smith is a former Marvel Comics and DC Comics editor. He is the cocreator and writer behind the New York Times bestselling graphic novel The Stuff of Legend, the cartoonist of Tree Mail, and the winner of the Kids Read Comics "Most Epic Adventure" award. Smitty lives in Greensboro, NC.
Full of deep-sea puns and underwater antics, Officer Clawsome had me lobster-rolling with laughter! — JOHN PATRICK GREEN, New York Times bestselling author of the InvestiGators series
This story is a delight from start to finish, and every character—from the crab police chief, Captain Badmood, to a key-witness goldfish with a 10-second memory—is highly original and deliciously funny. — Booklist (starred review)
Benthic buddies have a blast, and readers will too. — Kirkus Reviews
Kids will want to spend time and follow more adventures of the awesome twosome. A must-have addition to any collection that circulates graphic novels. — School Library Journal