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Hop Dude

Dave Mercier

Publisher: Dave Mercier

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Summary

Funny, charming, and heartbreaking - the hit webcomic Hop Dude is now available in this complete 160-page collection.
 
Hop Dude is an aspiring plumber who leads a simple life with his brother and adopted baby. He's also the star of what could become the most popular game franchise of all time.
 
What begins as a Mario parody comic slowly ascends into an exploration on the very nature of existence. Also, every comic ends with "Mama Mia."
Available since: 05/14/2019.

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