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  1. says:

    I bought this book because I'd just come off of re watching Over the Garden Wall like probably most people who have found themselves on this page I loved OTGW's atmosphere full of autumnal colors American folklore and the ever lingering specter of death and bought this book hoping that it would give me of the same Hoo boy The plot i

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    Very short Cost me 10 before shipping I loved it

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    Bags by Patrick McHale and Gavin Fullerton is a simple story about a man trying to find his dog It has a similar feel to McHale’s other main body of work Over the Garden Wall with what I’d call innocent fantasy It features John Motts’ journey to find his dog Beth He encounters a Walrus the Devil and a wo

  4. says:

    Definitely by the guy who created Over the Garden Wall There’s a page written from a dog’s viewpoint that's an unexpected gut pun

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    I picked this one up online for ten bucks because I love Patrick McHale's work on Over the Garden Wall and Adventure Time I was not disappointedBags is a fairy tale that comes with the wit charm and mystery of McHale's writing I would say it is not as deep and moving as OtGW but as a fairy tale I don't think it needs to be There ar

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    Fun and fast From the writer that brought you Over the Garden Wall comes a story about a man just trying to find his dog John Motts is after one thing his dog Beth The last time he saw her she had brought him a bone He doesnt know who to trust or even where to start looking He comes across a handful of characters includi

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    A lovely fun and scary story All my love for you Patrick

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    A simple story simply told It’s like a children’s book and the art looks like it was drawn by a child It’s ambiguous and strange Giving it a star rating feels inappropriate somehow If you like me enjoyed Over The Garden Wall thi

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    I love this book A LOT The serious art John's giant potato head Beth's speech every single thing that happens My goodness an absurd fairytale for our times A weird little story about making peace with change while the world gets super fucked up in ways that don't affect you as much as this one little thing I wi

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    I've had this book on my shelf for uite a while but it took me forever to pick it up That is sad since it is only

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