Titmouse Vol. 1 is not a cartoon. It is also not a comic book, not a magazine, and it's not a book -- it's a MOOK, a magazine-book. Like Sushi, MOOK is an addictive Japanese concept that will take the world by storm. It also goes great with sake, with a significantly lower risk of succumbing to the paralyzing effects of mercury poisoning. Titmouse assembled a team of weirdo artist-types to create this 100 page hardcover anthology and printed it in full color on fancy paper featuring comic strips, paintings, and interviews from some of the art world's most interesting individuals. It's 1/3 Heavy Metal, 1/3 Mad Magazine, 1/3 Juxtapoz, and 1/3 Ralph Bakshi film -- on paper, fancy paper. Titmouse Vol. 1 is so revolutionary, it occupies 4/3rds the referential time and space of normal media. You might ask yourself or a friend, why cartoon company want make book? Chief editor and studio president, Chris Prynoski said, "I wanted to make this book, because I wanted to read a book like this, and that's why I wanted to make it." Art Director, Antonio Canobbio, is French -- so you know the stuff in Titmouse Vol. 1 is real art! Titmouse Vol. 1 features artists of comic book and animation fame including: Tommy Blacha, Freddy Christy, Dave Cooper, Jacob Escobedo, Dave Fremont, Kaori Hamura, Paul Harmon, Dave Johnson, Kelsey Mann, Richard Mather, Travis Millard, Israel Sanchez, Jon Schnepp, Andy Suriano, and Otto Tang. Hardcover, color.