The 12 Labours of Gastrophobia

The Labours of Gastrophobia Single mom and exiled warrior Phobia tries to raise her son Gastro the best she can Unfortunately she seems to attract attention from monsters ghosts and time travelling wizards than anyone els

  • Title: The 12 Labours of Gastrophobia
  • Author: David McGuire
  • ISBN: 9780981860039
  • Page: 288
  • Format: Paperback
  • Single mom and exiled warrior, Phobia, tries to raise her son, Gastro, the best she can Unfortunately, she seems to attract attention from monsters, ghosts, and time travelling wizards than anyone else in all of Ancient Greece Still, Phobia seems concerned about Gastro s newfound bardic aspirations.Contains 12 self contained adventures loosely influencedSingle mom and exiled warrior, Phobia, tries to raise her son, Gastro, the best she can Unfortunately, she seems to attract attention from monsters, ghosts, and time travelling wizards than anyone else in all of Ancient Greece Still, Phobia seems concerned about Gastro s newfound bardic aspirations.Contains 12 self contained adventures loosely influenced by the labours of Herakles Printed in glorious duotone black and orange ink

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      Published :2018-01-06T23:38:38+00:00

    1 thought on “The 12 Labours of Gastrophobia”

    1. I love Gastrophobia, but I'm not sure how well the first few years adapt to print. The 12 storylines in this short 150-page book are all pretty brief, and don't take more than a few minutes to read each. Even though the page-to-page pacing works pretty well, you can tell that the stories were paced to be published over weeks and months more than to be read in 5-10 minutes.

    2. So this really isn't historical, at all, in any way, but you know what? WHO CARES? This is one of the best webcomics (and now comics) that I have ever read. EVER! EVER! It also helps that it's one of the most hilarious things I've ever read. I really have nothing but praise for this, so I can either keep typing incoherent ramblings about how much I love it, or you can get the point.

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