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Issue Details: First known date: 2009... 2009 Pilot and Huxley
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A series of graphic novels for children aged eight years and up.

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y separately published work icon Pilot and Huxley Dan McGuiness , Dan McGuiness (illustrator), Malvern : Omnibus Books , 2009 Z1627544 2009 single work graphic novel children's adventure

'When Pilot and Huxley forget to return a video game, they have no idea of the trouble they’re about to be in. An evil video store has hired an inter-dimensional hit man debt collector to hunt them down and retrieve the overdue game. When he zaps the two boys into another world, getting home is only half the problem. On the run from aliens who really want the video game, Pilot and Huxley will need more than luck to come out on top. They may even need the golden nose-hair of a mountain giant.' (Publication summary)

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y separately published work icon Pilot and Huxley and the Holiday Portal Dan McGuiness , Dan McGuiness (illustrator), Malvern : Omnibus Books , 2010 Z1663175 2010 single work graphic novel children's adventure

Pilot and Huxley just want to go home. But when the press of a button sends them on an unexpected side trip to the holiday lands, a new adventure begins. Halloween-land may have the zombies, but Christmas-land is where the scary stuff happens. Hitching a ride with Santa to Earth might not be as easy as they thought, especially when Pilot and Huxley find themselves on the entertainment menu! (Source: back cover)

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y separately published work icon Pilot & Huxley Vs Planet Arpros Dan McGuiness , Malvern : Omnibus Books , 2009 11572741 2009 single work children's fiction children's

'Pilot and Huxley are about to meet the most evil being in the universe. It's up to them to foil Arpros' most wicked plan yet: the annihilation of existence. Will Pilot and Huxley save the day?' (Publication summary)

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Works about this Work

The Kids Are All Right Christopher Sanders , 2012 single work column
— Appears in: The Adelaide Review , August no. 390 2012; (p. 5)
The Kids Are All Right Christopher Sanders , 2012 single work column
— Appears in: The Adelaide Review , August no. 390 2012; (p. 5)
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