Author: Ari Berk
Now, thanks largely to Froud and Berk’s continuing carelessness, the noxious, viscid, and largely nonsensical volume has been unleashed on an unsuspecting public. Among its pages are reproductions of the ancient, odoriferous Codex Goblinensis; a glossary of common goblins and their markings; and a gazetteer of goblin photographs taken with the arcane Goblin Camera. Those fearing an infestation can refer to the section detailing how to determine if you’ve “got goblins” and, if so, what you can do about it. (There is nothing you can do about it.)
Combining the folkloric approach of Faeries with the utter wackiness of Lady Cottington, this is the team’s most visually rich and outrageous opus yet.
Page Count: 88
Publisher: Harry N. Abrams
Publication Date: 10/13/2004