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The miniseries spinning out of TOP 10 continues! Jeff Smax, back on his home planet for the funeral of his beloved Uncle Mack, is confronted by the dragons of his past. Accompanied by his partner, Toybox, he soon finds that he must do just that...but can he see the signs pointing him in the right direction while navigating through the bureaucratic red-tape necessary to get a Dragon-Slaying License?

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Questing for a Bruising. 0

A simple tale of bureaucracy, fantasy, Alan Moore's dry British humor and sight gags but a poor story for the uninitiated or one looking to understand the plot as a whole. Smax is reluctant to take a doomed and heart-wrenching task to either be killed by a dragon or have his future destroyed by his past. A book for Alan Moore fans, its inside-jokes are great and is a classy backhand on traditional Barbarian epic stories. ...

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