Ms Jackson's first comic is not horror based, but it is still aimed toward a more mature audience. While young children may be enticed by the colours, the subtle humour may pass them by.
Thomas is about a talking, former magician's rabbit with a sharp, devilish wit who, through a string of mishaps at Heather's twenty-fifth birthday celebration winds up living permanently with Heather. Heather herself is the last of a long line of gypsy fortune tellers, but unfortunately she has no genuine talent, or even a clue of how to become a fortune teller and fulfill her destiny. This coupled with her inability to take it seriously and a dry off-the-wall sense of humour gives Thomas a playground made to order.
James, Heather's bumbling, naïve sheepdog gives Thomas an open book to prank after prank, while Heather's diverse Persian cat, Peaches, quietly and quickly develops a penchant for Thomas.
Cassie, Heather's best friend and neighbour, happily operated her flower shop until Thomas showed up and gave a new and improved meaning to Murphy's Law.
Cassie's Lhasa-Apso, Nicky, who used to be prissy and quiet prior to Thomas' arrival, suddenly transformed into being hyperactive, mischievous, and cunning which delights Thomas to no end.
Greg, the long time family friend, has always had a little bit of a bent sense of humour; he owns a magic store and he has seen Thomas in action before.
Everyone has always wondered, deep down, if it was Thomas that drove Hector the Magician to the brink of madness, and now they are about to find out.
The cartoons enclosed depict the string of events that lead up to the arrival of Thomas into Heather's life.
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