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THE ONION REVIEWS ‘GUNNERKRIGG COURT’ AND ‘TUMOR’

Gunnerkrigg Court, Volume 2: Research (Archaia) answers a lot of questions that the first volume left hanging, particularly why the titular, vaguely Hogwarts-like school exists, and Gunnerkrigg Court, Volume 2: Researchwhy series protagonist Antimony was brought there. It also delves into her family history, and reveals more about the series’ most intriguing characters, including an odd-talking eyeless girl…

The much more streamlined self-contained Archaia book Tumor wastes little time in getting to the point: Its protagonist, noir-inflected P.I. Frank Armstrong, is dying of a brain tumor. But like any noir hero who’s mostly survived his adventures and finally escaped trouble, he wants back in, with one last score—in this case, a paying gig tracking Tumordown the missing daughter of a local mobster…

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