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BAGS (or a story thereof) John Motts is a man who had a dog but now his dog is gone so he has to go find it BAGS is a story of love and suspense that may thrill some readers of all ages This is the tale of John Motts He is a man who had a dog, but now that dog is gone John searches his house, his street, and his town, but the dog is nowhere to be found John soon realizes that he must travel further, past the road and into the trees if he s ever to find out the truth of what happened to his dog BAGS or a story thereof is a journey of love and suspense as John Motts searches through the world he knows, and a world he doesn t, weaved together beautifully by Pat McHale, creator of the Emmy Award winning Cartoon Network series Over The Garden Wall, and Gavin Fullerton Disney s Space Chickens in Space

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8 thoughts on “BAGS (or a story thereof)

  1. Sierra Sierra says:

    Absolutely great book, amazing art, fantastic premise, i love it

  2. Raucous Rain Raucous Rain says:

    I so enjoyed reading Bags or a Story Thereof It was a couple years ago when I read the original fascinating little book written by Patrick McHale, about a man named John Motts who sets out in search of his lost dog, Beth The intriguing story was delightfully charming at some points, and yet it was filled with secrets, mystery and uncertainty at other times.I just received the graphic novel Bags or a Story Thereof and I think it is an

  3. Aquinod95 Aquinod95 says:

    Like many craving Over the Garden Wall like content I turned to Patrick McHale s Bags The comic itself has a good sense of humor and you can tell it s from the same creator, but it s honestly so short and rambling at the same time somehow I found it hard to enjoy as a complete story.It still has those pockets of weirdness that I like about Over the Garden Wall as the story jumps from mythical to mundane back and forth but it really didn t

  4. Daniel Tee Daniel Tee says:

    Strange, creepy yet tender story, with generally superb art and coloring Really, a cool little book I got what I was expecting it s a little book, with kind of a brief esque story, so there s not a whole lot riding on this but a whole fascinating, moody feeling was conveyed in a short amount of time I ll probably read it again soon after I let it digest But I ll peek at the art some in between because I love how they gave it an aged treatment.

  5. Joe Joe says:

    A quirky little story that one would expect from Pat McHale It features the charms of his mini series Over The Garden Wall, all be it in a much shorter and self contained narrative I read through it in under a half hour and loved it If you liked OTGW or just enjoy the odd and somewhat spooky, I highly recommend

  6. Noah Turner Noah Turner says:

    My dog named Sadie died 2 years ago I was reminded of her by this graphic novel in the best way It s amazing.

  7. John R. John R. says:

    Profound artist and profound work Listen to the soundtrack that was created for this piece as you read it.

  8. Lelund Nielsen Lelund Nielsen says:

    Fun little story about a lost dog and the strange adventure that follows It might just be the inclusion of the walrus, but this book gave me Alice in Wonderland vibes.

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