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Preview: David Malki’s ‘Wondermark: Dapper Caps and Pedal Copters’ [Exclusive]

Pedal-coptering their way from the celebrated Wondermark Webcomic (and The Onion mainstay), creator David Malki’s offbeat strips are coming to comic shops in “Dapper Caps and Pedal Copters,” a new hardcover collection from Dark Horse Comics.

Dark Horse has provided us with a special 2-page preview from the upcoming hardcover, which encapsulate much of what makes Malki’s vintage-style Webcomic so beloved by fans.

There’s laffs! There’s ruminating! There’s robots! There’s all kinds of razzmatazz!

This is the third collection by DH, following “Beards of our Forefathers” and “Clever Tricks to Stave Off Death” and you know what they say about things happening in threes, don’t you? Well, neither do I, but I’m sure it’s totally Wondermarkable! Give the pages a read after the jump.

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