Collected Dork Tower Volume 2: Dork Shadows
Dork Storm Press
The Collected Dork Tower, Volume II Give In To The Dork Side! Lurking in the dork shadows, you'll find Matt, Igor, Ken, Gilly the Perky Goth and Carson the Muskrat. Whether you're a goth, a gamer, an SF fan, a comics fanboy, a computer wonk or a mundane, you'll recognize them all! Dork Tower is a worldwide hit amongst geeks and non-geeks alike! Make Dork Shadows the brightest spot in your comics collection! Meet the characters from John Kovalic's Dork Tower in their second sellout collection . . . and welcome to the world of Dorkness!
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