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“Pat Mastsueda’s book of poems – Stray is coming out in January.”
“But in this gender-flipped version it's a hitwoman whose popping caps— Miyuki Minazuki Makiko Esumi , otherwise known as the "Stray Cat.”
“David Lapham, the creator, is apparently known for something called Stray Bullets.”
“Willie Lewis said Brolin, Wright and five others were arrested just after 2 a.m. at a club called the Stray Cat bar.”
“The names that he has given our different cats, are realy remarkably funny, they are namely Stray Kit, Abner, Motley, Fraeulein, Lazy, Bufalo Bill,”
“Here, we have an adopted boy named Tsuzuki Takumi, who attends high school and works at a run-down pâtisserie called Stray Cats (Mayoi Neko), alongside his carefree older sister and tsundere childhood friend.”
“One tourist hostel in Istanbul is called the Stray Cat.”
“This Project should of been called the Stray Cats, It fits the big picture!”
“Otome manages a run-down confectionary store called Stray Cats.”
“The resulting story, "Stray," netted Thompson an Eisner Award her fourth, at the time, and led to three more collaborations, each heftier than the last, one of which earned Thompson another Eisner and another of which won the Eisner for "Best Short Story," until Dark Horse greenlighted a full-blown four-issue miniseries, Beasts of Burden.”
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