A baby walks into a roadside bar, demanding a beer and a steak. Two drifters wait in a lab to get their heads swapped. A man goes on trial for making a spoon. Enter Worldia, where the absurd and impossible are everyday events. If you can imagine a Golden-Age-of-TV sitcom, a day at the circus, and that weird dream you had last night—all rolled up in a plastic burrito sprinkled with confetti—then you might catch a glimpse of what you’re in for.
These eleven madcap tales will drop you into a cartoon centrifuge and send you flying off on a magic bath mat into the unknown, as you encounter preteens with advertisements tattooed on their foreheads, vicious sweater-wearing dachshunds, and last call at Bogdan’s Belly Dance Bar.
Let Tales of Worldia enthrall you, as the one and only Alistair Pan, conjuror of apocalyptic whirlwinds, proposes that hope, compassion, and laughter can ultimately save the day—for Worldians, for all of us.