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If you are new to Girl Genius you may find A (Spoiler Free) Guide for New Girl Genius Readers to be helpful.
Congratulations to Kaja Foglio, Phil Foglio, Cheyenne Wright and everyone at Studio Foglio for winning the first three Hugo awards in the Best Graphic Story category. 
Girl Genius is an epic graphic novel published online for free every M-W-F. Any entry here may contain spoilers for the current storyline. So if you somehow arrived here first, head over to Professor Phil Foglio himself.and start reading! The guy in the bowler hat is
The third Girl Genius Kickstarter has started. This one is to publish the fourteenth Girl Genius graphic novel, previously referred to as volume one of act 2. The title has already been revealed to be Girl Genius: The Beast of the Rails, but now we are told that the official name of "act 2" as a whole is The Second Journey of Agatha Heterodyne. This is supposed to be a smaller Kickstarter campaign, focused on printing the book, with minimal extras. This campaign will be over in 20 days, so if you want to support it, don't delay!
The Foglios have announced the title of volume 1 of act 2 on their blog, Girl Genius Adventures: Girl Genius: The Beast of the Rails. They are changing the structure of their volume titles for the new act of the Girl Genius saga.
of Girl Genius started on Monday, January 19, 2015.
Volume XII has been printed and is available in softcover from the TopatoCo online store and in PDF format from DriveThruComics. All of the previous volumes have been reprinted, so the all volume bundle is available again. Updated editions of most Girl Genius PDFs are available at the DriveThru Comics store (including the newly available Volume XI PDF and the color edition of Volume I). See studio news on Girl Genius Adventures for updates. The Girl Genius Novelization is proceeding. The second book is available in hard cover, paperback, electronic, and audiobook formats.
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