The O.D.D. Squad: Attack of Aunty Enchanty

The O.D.D. Squad: Attack of Aunty Enchanty


The O.D.D. Squad are BACK! And this time, they're even more amazing (well, amazingly rubbish) than ever. Quack Attack, Detective Octopus and Invisidog are the most feared crime-fighters ever to roam Justice CIty. They're a bit of a strange gang, but by heck they get the job done. Most of the time. And only so long as they criminals they're facing are useless.

But unfortunately for them, their nemesis in this adventure really ISN'T useless. In fact, she's kind of an all-powerful sorceress, who goes by the name of Aunty Enchanty. And what's worse than an all-powerful sorceress? How about an all-powerful sorceress determined to wipe Justice City from the face of the Earth, using mega-monsters . . . One of which looks suspiciously familiar.

Can the gang unite to defeat Aunty Enchanty, or is this the end of the road for the O.D.D. Squad?

About the authors

Stuart Heritage

Stuart Heritage has written for the Guardian since 2009. His weekly column about his young son 'Man With a Pram' ran in the paper's Family section between 2015-16. Earlier in his career he founded a website that was named as both Metro's Best British Blog and one of the Observer top 50 most powerful blogs in the world. He has also written for Vanity Fair, Esquire, The Times, Men's Health, Elle, Cosmopolitan, Red, Marie Clare and the NME. He is also the author of picture books Jonathan the Magic Pony, and Don't Say Elephant!, and has credits on popular TV shows including Bluey. He lives in Ashford, Kent.
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Vincent Batignole (Illustrator)

Born in the southwest of France, Vincent Batignole grew up surrounded by French comics, colourful anime on TV and his grandparents' collection of true crime books. No wonder he quickly developed a passion for anything cute, scary and geeky!

Trained at the Ecole Pivaut in Nantes, his professional journey started with the comic series 'Gloom Cookie' created by Serena Valentino (Disney's 'Villains' book series) and Ted Naifeh (Courtney Crumrin). Since then, he's been illustrating and writing for various international clients, including EPIC!, Capstone and Andrews McMeel, while earning a Master's Degree in cinema history and film analysis.

Vincent now resides near Paris with his dog, Kero, and what's easily one of the biggest collections of manga drawn by CLAMP.
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