Read Rickety Stitch and the Gelatinous Goo: The Road to Epoli Online Free - Meet Rickety Stitch . . . a walking, talking, singing skeleton minstrel. He's the one skeleton in the dungeon who seems to have retained his soul, and he has no idea why.
His only clue to his former identity is a song he hears snippets of in his dreams, an epic bard's tale about the Road to Epoli and the land of Eem.
His sidekick and sole friend is the gelatinous Goo, who Rickety alone can understand. Together they set out in search of Rickety's past, with abundant humor and danger galore.
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November 02, 2017
Rickety Stitch is a songweaver or minstrel questing for who he used to me. He can't remember who he was as a human and he doesn't act like other skeletons. His side kick is Gelatinous Goo; the strangest side-kick to ever be conceived.
The story is full of surprises and I certainly couldn't predic...
December 16, 2016
Eerie, funny, intriguing, touching -- everything you could want in a graphic novel. But it's barely suitable for kids, so I think the decision to market it for children instead of adults is bizarre.
Nevertheless, grown-up peeps: this is really really good.
June 03, 2017
Gooey is my new favourite sidekick.
September 13, 2017
Not for me. The humor is probably too juvenile for most adult readers, but some of the themes are too mature for middle grade readers.
December 06, 2017
Read this short, cute/creepy graphic novel in about an hour in my desperate bid to reach my Goodreads Challenge Goal before the rapidly approaching new year. (SHOULD IT BE THAT HARD TO READ 35 BOOKS IN A YEAR, STEFAN? No. It should not.) Anyway. I'm glad I did. It's got a Don Quixote vibe, and a...
October 07, 2017
His name is Rickety, Rickety Stitch, which totally makes sense, because he’s a singing skeleton. And if Rickety is Don Quixote, then Gelatinous Goo, a sack of, well, you know, goo, is his Sancho Panza.
When Rickety is fired from his dungeon job by the Chief Execution Officer, he and Goo embark on...
January 27, 2017
Reading this comic was a surreal experience. Despite the ghastly elements of Rickety's world that are hinted at throughout, it gave me a warm and whimsical feeling. The artwork is simple but memorable.
March 05, 2017
I don't usually read graphic novels, but when I got this one for review, I was pretty curious about it. Because that cover is pretty awesome. And I thought the story sounded pretty interesting too. I just read this one, and sadly, I didn't like it all that much. Aw. But there were parts that I en...
March 09, 2017
This is a fun graphic novel that puts a satirical spin on medieval fantasy yarns. At first I thought it might be a ripoff of one of my favorite book series from a few years ago, "Skullduggery Pleasant," because that too has a walking, talking, witty and clothed skeleton for a main character, and...
June 25, 2017
Don't get me wrong. Mr. Jelly and the Skellytones is an excellent band name.
This is such a weird and wonderful graphic novel. It tells the tale of a skeleton bard on a quest to discover who he was before he died. He's guided by a song that he only remembers in his dreams, and he's joined on his j...