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 FROM UNTOLD STYGIAN DEPTHS, IT RISES Gaze, if you dare, in benumbed awe upon its unfathomably cyclopean dimensions of obsidian impossibility. Cower before its undulating, multitendriled tales of unutterable horror. Receive into trembling hands that which the nameless ancients foretold in dread whispers that echo still across the black and terrible chasm whence forgotten time disgorges its haunted secrets, etc. Behold—the sixth tome of the Penny Arcade cycle!  Peer within and find• 2005’s full-color Penny Arcade strips in their behemoth entirety! • The soul-chilling ramblings of its warped, only partially human creators! • And more, which no coherent mind could fathom nor human tongue repeat!
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I realized when I picked up the recently published collection of Penny Arcade comics that I've actually been reading them in real time for nine years.When I first found Penny Arcade they'd been making comics online for a couple years, and I was madly in love with this fancy new "webcomics" thing. Funny how my dedication hasn't faded.Containing the comics from 2005, The Halls Below is as much fun as I remember. We get the first appearance of Annarchy and The Elemenstor Saga. And Merch. The comics are irreverent, snarky, occasionally vulgar, and always funny.Someday I'm dragging my husband to PAX. He doesn't get to say no.more

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I realized when I picked up the recently published collection of Penny Arcade comics that I've actually been reading them in real time for nine years.When I first found Penny Arcade they'd been making comics online for a couple years, and I was madly in love with this fancy new "webcomics" thing. Funny how my dedication hasn't faded.Containing the comics from 2005, The Halls Below is as much fun as I remember. We get the first appearance of Annarchy and The Elemenstor Saga. And Merch. The comics are irreverent, snarky, occasionally vulgar, and always funny.Someday I'm dragging my husband to PAX. He doesn't get to say no.more
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