Chapter Two Is Missing!

“In which a young boy, a detective, and a janitor solve a mystery! Kinda!”

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About This Project

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Every now and then a book comes my way that is so good I would be willing to draw it no matter what the cost! This was the case with Josh Lieb's Chapter Two Is Missing!. Funny, clever, and with almost no terrifying space creatures, I jumped to make this book, despite contract terms that seemed abnormally... harsh.

For instance, if certain terms are not met, Josh will technically own my um... spleen. And stomach. And two kidneys, my liver, and my large intestine (the most hilarious intestine, he called it). But that's an extreme example. It's more likely I'll be required to simply be his permanent butler, or prankcall his in-laws “whilst ensconced in the suit of a fine male bear”.

Specifically, sun bear.

And it's that eye for detail that Josh brought to Chapter Two Is Missing!.

So if you like mysteries, and are interested in helping me retain legal authority over my internal organs, pick up a copy today!

About Kevin

Kevin Cornell spends his days in Philadelphia, drawing made-up things. You know… like a “dog driving a bus”, or a “talking can of beets”. If you ever see a talking can of beets, tell Kevin. He's been trying to figure that one out for years.

He has illustrated several books, websites, and comics, and has been doing it for quite a long time now. There's a ton more work on his old site, if you've a hankering to see more. To see his most current sketches, comics and drawings, check out his instagram.

If you have a book you want Kevin to illustrate, please get in touch with his agent, the distinguished Steve Malk. If you wish to contact Kevin because he's behind on his payments and you need to know where to send the next toe… hmmm… send that to his agent, too.