Series: Scary go round collection

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Bobbins by John Allison
Looks, brains & everything: a scary go round collection by John Allison1
Mordawwa by John Allison
Murder She Writes (Scary Go Round / Bad Machinery) by John Allison
Blame the sky: the second scary go round collection by John Allison2
Skellington: the 3rd scary go round collection by John Allison3
The retribution index: the 4th scary go round collection by John Allison4
Great aches: the 5th scary go round collection by John Allison5
Ahoy Hoy!: the 6th scary go round collection by John Allison6
Peloton. The 7th Scary Go Round Collection by John Allison7
Recklessly Yours by John Allison8
Heavy metal hearts & flowers: a scary go round story by John Allison101
Ghosts by John Allison102
Girl Spy by John Allison103

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  6. Questionable Content: Volume 1 by Jeph Jacques (2010)
  7. Attack of the Bacon Robots by Jerry Holkins (2005)
  8. Dungeon Crawlin' Fools by Rich Burlew (2005)
  9. Never Learn Anything from History by Kate Beaton (2010)
  10. Megatokyo, Volume 1 by Fred Gallagher (2002)
  11. Oglaf Book One by Trudy Cooper (2011)
  12. Worst Song, Played on Ugliest Guitar by Chris Onstad (2002)
  13. Templar, Arizona: The Great Outdoors by Spike (2009)
  14. xkcd: Volume 0 by Randall Munroe (2009)
  15. Everybody vs. Bob the Angry Flower by Stephen Notley (2001)

Series description

The print version of the popular webcomic Scary Go Round (plus some paper-only stories in additional volumes).


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