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WHY WE LOVE IT: Admit it, you totally had an imaginary friend when you were a kid. You’ll love Brian Joines’ story--it’s one of wit, originality, and heart, and it’s complemented by the endless imagination of Bachan’s artwork.

WHY YOU’LL LOVE IT: What do you get when you combine the high-tech action of Men in Black with the irreverent humor of Who Framed Roger Rabbit? Joines and Bachan have created a hilarious and heartwarming story that shows just what happens when you outgrow your imaginary friend…but they don’t outgrow you.

WHAT IT’S ABOUT: Ever try to wrangle an illiterate, 30-foot tall rock monster away from his five-year-old best friend? Or calm down a 400-pound, muscle-man rag-doll during her daily temper tantrum? For Dave and Terry, it’s all in a day’s work. As agents for I.M.A.G.I.N.E., they are responsible for keeping your imaginary friends in line. Little do they know that an abandoned figment from days past has a plan to change the status quo. What happens when the imaginary friends become the ones who are seen? Collects the complete miniseries.

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