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A collection of four all-new strange stories from the sleepy town of Gravity Falls in one original graphic novel. Written by Alex Hirsch. As told by Shmebulock.Illustrated by Asaf Hanuka, Dana Terrace, Ian Worrel, Jacob Chabot, Jim Campbell, Joe Pitt, Kyle Smeallie, Meredith Gran, Mike Holmes, Priscilla Tang, Serina Hernandez, Stephanie Ramirez, and Valerie Halla. ...

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ISBN : 9781368009003
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 144 pages
Status : Available For Download
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  • Donna

    THAT WAS AMAZING!!! I frickin' love this franchise so much. ;v;

  • Opal

    Because it's a comic book, I'll start my review with the art. The overall style generally sticks pretty true to the show, but the artists have their own flare that differentiates the art from looking like it came straight out of the show. That being said, even the most "different" style still heavily resembles the show, and the differences only make it look cuter, so this is no problem at all.

    Now, for the stories: These all straight-up feel like episodes. If these were animated into episodes, th

  • Ric

    Don’t judge, but I really love Gravity Falls, and revisiting the universe through four different stories was a lot of fun. All of them were awesome, and I especially liked the Soos story because of how meta it was. This was really entertaining, and it really makes me miss watching Gravity Falls on tv.

  • Nico D.

    A collection of four canonical side tales which (mostly) take place during S2 of Gravity Falls. There are quite a few excellent 'fill in the blank' moments from the original show, which makes this a must read for those who have finished the series. Capturing the essence of the show perfectly, Lost Legends is as whimsical as it is laugh-out-loud funny, and just like the show, the poignant moments come quick and hit hard.

    You honestly haven't experienced all of Gravity Falls until you've read this

  • Blair

    A fast, fun read for fans of the show. Stays true to the tone of the episodes, but it's no substitute for a new season.

  • Matt Glaviano

    I'm not entirely clear why I can't find a previous review of this. I read it immediately when it came out, and have now read it a second time.

    This is extremely unusual behavior for me. As a reader, I'll return to a title -- at best -- every few years. I was so captivated by this book that I immediately wanted to read it again. And I'm not alone -- Harper did, too. I guess next we buy a copy.

    Here's what's so great about it. First, it really is like seeing four new episodes of the show. The plots

  • Claudio

    WOW. Really, if you like the show, this one is like having four more episodes to see. Alex himself wrote these stories so the atmosphere, all the secrets etc, it's all there. Plus, the art is exactly the same of the show so that it seems almost like their captured from an episode. Must read for people who liked the show, i would be happy to see more stories like these

  • evey

    hands down, the best book i've ever read thank you for my life