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Rickety Stitch and the Gelatinous Goo Book 3

The Battle of the Bards

James Parks, Ben Costa

Paperback

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Other Editions of This Title:
Library Binding (4/27/2021)
Paperback (7/24/2018)
Paperback (6/6/2017)
Hardcover (6/6/2017)
Hardcover (7/24/2018)
Prebound (6/6/2017)

Description

Nimona meets Adventure Time in the third installment of this full-color graphic novel about a singing skeleton who finally finds his origins alongside his gelatin monster sidekick!

Rickety Stitch is a walking, talking, singing skeleton, the only animated skeleton in the dungeon who seems to have retained his soul. He has no idea who he used to be when he was covered in a living, breathing sack of meat and skin. His only clue to his former identity is a song he hears snippets of in his dreams, an epic bard's tale that could also explain the old fog covering the comical fantasy land of Eem...

Oh, and his sidekick and only friend is a cube of sentient goo.

In this race-to-the-finish final volume, Rickety faces all manner of new creatures on his ultimate quest to uncover the secret of Epoli and learn his true origins.


Praise For Rickety Stitch and the Gelatinous Goo Book 3: The Battle of the Bards

"In perhaps the most swashbuckling of the series, Parks and Costa have filled their vibrantly colored panels with intrigue, epic battles, and espionage.” —Kirkus Reviews

Knopf Books for Young Readers, 9780399556203, 256pp.

Publication Date: April 27, 2021



About the Author

Ben Costa is a writer and artist living in the Bay Area. He has self-published two volumes of his award-winning martial arts historical fiction comic Pang: The Wandering Shaolin Monk. He has also done work for IDW, Viz Media, and SF Weekly. Throughout his life he has maintained a steady diet of samurai comics, kung fu movies, spacefaring farmboys, and tabletop RPGs. Follow him at @BenCosta.

James Parks is a speculative fiction writer and graphic novelist living in the Bay Area. James was weaned on monster flicks, ghostbusting, lightsaber duels, samurai cinema, and comics--with a sober dose of Victorian literature and '80s cartoons. James is also the author of the southern gothic horror collection The Gospel of Bucky Dennis, was a staff writer for Campfire Graphic Novels, and is a member of the Horror Writers Association.