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This is the 1st collected edition of the Tiny Ghosts webcomic. It covers years 1 and 2.

Tiny Ghosts is a creepy, melancholy, sometimes depressing, sometimes darkly humorous, weekly, photo webcomic. It's maybe about what it feels like to be a monster or a ghost or a robot, but not the scary kind. It's about being frightened of war and what you might turn into when you grow u
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Paperback, 80 pages
Published September 1st 2007 by Dark Mountain Books
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marnelle angela
'Tiny Ghosts' is probably the most interesting book on our shelf and the only web comic book I'll read, like ever. The pictures were all amateur-esque. But I think that's the art of it in a time when all images are SLR-ized. The captions were the ones that really caught me. They told of the things I would really long to say.
Ariel
Keeping to the web comic of the same name, the photos and stories in this book are succinct and powerful. Sometimes they are hilarious and other times just plain sad - but a lot of what you can take away from the brief stories is dependent on how deeply the reader gets into them. I have skipped through some of them only to remember them days later when I realize how profound they are. I love this author!
Will
Fascinating little poems accompanied by pictures. Frequently dark, often referencing dystopian themes, these little koans of love, loss, misery, angst, regret, murder, and death are far better than my ability to relate them. Originally a web "comic".
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The author has tried a number of methods to make people cry over the years — pulling their pigtails, putting spiders in their lunch, waterboarding, and telling them that he loves them when he knows in his heart it isn't true, but he's found that the most effective way by far is by making comic strips to post on the internet.
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