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Aggretsuko Meet Her World

Part of Aggretsuko
Illustrated by Kel McDonald and Abigail Starling

Take a journey into the sometimes wonderful world of Retsuko, the very angry red panda. Based on the hit Netflix show, AGGRETSUKO MEET HER WORLD contains three complete stories from creators Molly Muldoon, Kel McDonald, Annie Griggs, Abigail Starling, Danielle Radford, and Shadia Amin.

Retsuko navigates the worlds corporate committees, girls night out, and profession wrestling in this collection featuring Aggretsuko Meet Her World #1-3.

Molly Muldoon is a former scholar and bookseller, current librarian and writer, and always demisexual fanfiction enthusiast. Her works include The Cardboard Kingdom, Dead Weight: Murder at Camp Bloom, and the forthcoming The Cardboard Kingdom: Roar of the Beast. Although she’s spent the past ten years globetrotting, she currently lives in Portland, Oregon with her ridiculous cat, Jamie McKitten.

Annie Griggs is a Los Angeles based comedy writer (originally from Chicago). She graduated from Columbia College Chicago. She has written for UCB Maude, McSweeney’s and Reductress. She likes plants and tacos a lot and appreciates you reading this bio!

Danielle Radford is a comedian in Los Angeles. She’s a writer for the Emmy-nominated Honest Trailer series as well as starring in several popular gifs.

Kel McDonald has been working in comics for over a decade–most of that time has been spent on their webcomic Sorcery 101. More recently, they have organized the Cautionary Fables and Fairytales anthology series and written the Eisner nominated mini-series, The Stone King. They have also worked on the comics Buffy: The High School Years. They recently finished a creator owned series Misfits of Avalon for Dark Horse Comics. They’re currently working on their self-published series The City Between.

Abigail Starling is an illustrator and comic artist with a love of cute, colorful characters. In addition to work on titles such as Sonic the Hedgehog and My Little Pony, she's raised thousands of dollars for childrens' charities with her art. When not drawing, she can typically be found baking sweets, dusting collectibles, or taking a nap with her cat.

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