A full color, hardcover collector’s edition of the landmark webcomic.
Years in the past, but not many, a webcomic launched that would captivate legions of devoted fans around the world and take them on a mind-bending, genre-defying epic journey that would forever change the way they look at stairs. And buckets. And possibly horses. Now this sprawling saga has been immortalized on dead trees with notes from author Andrew Hussie explaining what the hell he was thinking as he brought this monster to life. A must-have for Homestuck fans who want to re-experience the saga or for new readers looking for a gateway to enter this rich universe.
A young man stands in his bedroom. It just so happens that he’s about to embark on an adventure involving birthday cakes, magic chests, hammers, arms (detachable and otherwise), harlequins, imps, eccentric architecture, movable home furnishings, bunnies, and a video game that will destroy the world.
About the Author
Andrew Hussie is the creator of MS Paint Adventures, which includes the webcomics Jailbreak, Bard Quest, Problem Sleuth, and Homestuck.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Honestly it is great. I love Homestuck more than anything else in the world and although reading it on paper isn't anywhere near as satisfying as reading the actual webcomic online, The footnotes by Hussie make it complete worth buying. Some of them are actually very informative, some of them are completely stupid, but all of them are hilarious and fun to read. And if you haven't read Homestuck, go read it right now. It is only 8000 panels, 4 hours of video, thousands of gifs, and like a million words long.... I'll wait. Okay, done? okay good. now go buy all the homestuck books. It is also great that Viz Media is releasing them quarterly, because the wait to get the next one doesn't feel to long. All and all, I highly recommend Homestuck to anyone willing to take the time to read it, and to anyone who has already read Homestuck, and knows how great it is, You should buy these books because they act as a great supplement to the story of Homestuck. They can't act as a replacement for reading it online, don't get me wrong, but they are still incredible adaptations of arguably one of the biggest innovative leaps of what a single piece of literature can entail.