If you enjoy stories about children going off on epic adventures (and enjoy poking fun at them even more), you should do yourself a favor and check out Gigi D.G.’s webcomic Cucumber Quest. And soon, you’ll be able to read the story in print.
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The night before Cucumber leaves for magic school, he receives a mysterious missive from his father, launching him on an increasingly absurd adventure. But what's the danger? And why can't Cucumber's heroic sister go in his stead?