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Dakwäkãda Warriors I: Sha Catcher

Date
2017
Publisher
Cole Pauls
Format
Zines
Genre
Comic, Drawing
Description

Dakwäkãda Warriors is a Southern Tutchone language revival comic book. To create this comic, artist, Cole Pauls collaborated with two language preservers from his home community in Haines Junction, Yukon.

Ts’ür’i and Aghay are the Dakwäkãda Warriors protecting Nän from their nemesis Cyber Nà’į and Space Kwäday Dän. Flying in their spaceship, can they prevent the Sha being stolen from Cyber Nà’į and Space Kwäday Dän?!

Risograph Printing by Moniker Press
Published by Cole Pauls
Edition of 500
Printed in Vancouver, BC 2017

  1. Dakwäkãda Warriors I: Sha Catcher
  2. Dakwäkãda Warriors I interior
Images:12
 

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