Another Faith Erin Hicks Work Reissued in Color

Nothing Can Possibly Go Wrong

Last year, one of Faith Erin Hicks’ earliest works, The War at Ellsmere, was reissued in a partially redrawn color edition, now titled One Year at Ellsmere. (I previously interviewed her about the process.)

Earlier this month, another of her works was also reissued. Nothing Can Possibly Go Wrong, published in 2013, adapted a story by Prudence Shen. The new edition adds color, with no other changes. It’s the story of a friendship between the basketball team captain and the head of the robotics club that gets interrupted by a school election, mean cheerleaders, and a robot showdown. It’s a fun read about teen politics.

Nothing Can Possibly Go Wrong



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