Here it is: the 5th volume of Lint, including all the events leading from the descent into Schloeffelonia up to the first explosion that starts the war of rebellion against Fang, Overlord of... More > Darkness, and his Empire.
Updated in this volume to include larger images on each page.< Less
Have you ever wondered what it would be like to pack up and leave on a pointless journey just 'cause?
Vicariously live all of your wildest dreams about going adventuring for lame reasons in LinT,... More > as the quixotic Mystic-Dragyn:Crystal-Moon quest is undertaken by Sangwine, Stump, and the rest.< Less
The story draws closer to its epic conclusion with this compilation of Lint chapters 9 through 11. Included is Sangwine's encounter with his dead father and/or hallucinations caused by forest... More > mushrooms, The Evil Illusionist That Nobody Likes, and the backstory of Fang, Overlord of Darkness.< Less
Sangwine and the rest gain a slight amount of actual purpose as they visit the doomed City of Ena and rescue Hope. Includes flashbacks, the Mouth of Fang, and the Goose that Laid the Fool's Gold Egg.... More > Chapters Seven and Eight.< Less
The epic battle between good and evil continues in this sagatious saga of sagumental proportions.
Watch rapt in awe as Sangwine's Merry Band members meet with dragons, soothsayers, and mariachi... More > bands, and escape only with their wit and a little luck.
... or should it be "with their luck and a little wit"?
Well, anyway. Read it.< Less
Moving from Protestant to Catholic – to some that may sound about as catastrophic as redecorating your kitchen. For an evangelical like Lint Hatcher, however, such a change is like a trip from... More > Earth to the moon, from the safety of one's tiny village to Castle Dracula perched on the hill. Yet Protestantism had produced some nagging questions. Get ready for an engaging and funny look at the comments, encounters and eurekas that put Hatcher on his way to what seemed a very unlikely destination.< Less