Sweetles Comic Book issue 1

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  • Comic Book
  • Paper back: 16 pages
  • Publisher: Sweetles Press; Issue # 1 (February, 2014)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0985061135
  • ISBN-13: 978-0985061135
  • Product Dimensions: 6.75 x 10.25 inches
  • Shipping Weight: .6 ounces

A Comic Book about making a children’s web series based on the character Sweetles®.




LIMITED EDITION: Only 100 left

Sweetles® Comic Book issue 1
Hartman-Barbera presents:
Sweetles ‘Creates A TV Show’
and makes a new web series!
First issue (#1) published by Sweetles Press.

A Sweetles® Comic Book based on the comic strip character Sweetles®.

Sweetles going to the parkToday, like dozens of other days, Sweetles, a charming dog with a huge heart, is going to the park for fun and playtime. But this day won’t turn out to be like any other day of the past four years.


Today Sweetles meets a new kid at the park. The MEANY! meanie

Unlike all of the other kids, he won’t play with anyone. He yells and screams and fights. He even makes one of the other kids cry. He’s just plain mean.


Sweetles has to figure out how to change the MEANY and bring peace and harmony back to the park. Will his love of reading and naps help him?  Will his Greek chorus of quail assist him? Find out in this comic tale of canine love, toddler meanness and the power of the internet.

Sweetles Comic Book Issue 1

This is the first issue in the Sweetles® comic book series.
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1 review for Sweetles Comic Book issue 1

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    (verified owner)

    I was immediately struck by the wonderfully colorful and bold lettering–right out of the old “Batman” TV series. The idea was to have kids find something new in every viewing/reading; to almost overwhelm their senses with action and light. Somehow you brought that to each and every page. I could imagine a child being almost impatient to see what craziness awaits further along in the comic book. And the Greek chorus of birds is classic.I wouldn’t change a thing here… you’d be eliminating what makes (this) … so special–that burst of energy and zaniness that I’ve loved about your work from the start.
    – Mark Fabian

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