Adventure Time: How to Warrior by Fionna and Cake A Tale of Deadly Quests, Daring Rescues, and Defeating Evil!


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Product Description

Do you dream of going on an adventure but find yourself standing in your living room in a suit of armor with no idea what to do next? Unsure of which fighting moves to use against the hordes of bad guys attacking your town? Did you purchase the Smock of Invisibility but suspect that it’s actually a regular smock and everyone is just ignoring you? If so, thank globness you’ve picked up this handy adventure manual, written by professional adventurers Fionna the Human and Cake the Cat.

Fionna and Cake are experts at the art of the quest. In this one-of-a-kind handbook, they cover everything from sword collections and dangerous flora and fauna to exotic locations like the Cemetery for the Fallen Awesome and the Grasslands bazaar. The pages are packed with rare and curious artifacts that Fionna and Cake have collected on their travels, such as a “Congratulations! You’ve Chosen Your Partner for Battle” greeting card and an embarrassing baby photo of Marshall Lee. Whether you’re an experienced traveler looking to brush up on the latest adventuring techniques or a newcomer starting out with only a rucksack and a wooden sword, How to Warrior by Fionna and Cake has something for you!

Rare and exclusive artifacts include:
• Exclusive Card Wars card
• Card Wars comic booklet
• “Congratulations on Making a Clone” greeting card
• “I Saw Your Ex Yesterday” sympathy card
• Receipt from the Sophisticated Gnashing Maw Boutique
• Prince Gumball’s Candy Citizen Creator

About the Author

Christopher Hastings is a writer and artist of comics and other things. He is the author of The Adventures of Dr. McNinja, a continuing online comic series with book collections available from Dark Horse Comics. He also writes the ongoing Adventure Time comic series. Christopher has written a bunch of other comics, most notably Deadpool, Longshot Saves the Marvel Universe, and a 2013 adaptation of the classic arcade game Dig Dug (which he also drew). He lives in Brooklyn with his wife, Carly Monardo, and dog, Commissioner Gordon.