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Book Two of The Infinite Pendergast Cycle

God is dead. Reality isn’t real. And the end of the multiverse is coming! Nobody knew any of this stuff at the beginning–least of all Jon and Phillip, two of the drunker inhabitants of our own particularly ignorant level of existence. Then again, it was these bickering cyber-geeks who flew to the center of the galaxy where they met...more
Paperback, 168 pages
Published December 1st 2009 by Del Rey
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Josh Dubois
After a few dark reads: a man going deaf, blind, and insane in a rubbish-filled Manhattan brownstone, a sterility apocalypse, and the murderous madness of Judge Holden, I needed a comic book.

Goats isn't the best comic I've read, but it kept me turning pages. Part of that is because it's 100% devoid of meaningful plot, and thus requires very little brainpower. I always like fiction in which God is found to be mortal and killed: in the previous volume of Goats, God was killed, turned into a pork...more
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Jonathan Rosenberg was born on November 27th, 1973.Most of his childhood memories were erased in a freakish blimp accident. Rosenberg’s interests include sleep, sarcasm and cheesesteaks.

Rosenberg has been drawing comics and posting them on the internet since 1997, starting with seminal webcomic Goats (goats.com). He is also the creator of teen sensation megaGAMERZ 3L33T (megagamerz.com) and the in...more
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