"Stranger! If you would know the Goblins of Labyrinth, seek the Old Man of the Ngorongoro Crater."
So reads an ancient message discovered by faery expert Brian Froud in an otherwise normal sixty-million-year-year-old earthenware pot. This clue leads Froud to the greatest archaeological discovery of this century (or any other, for that matter): forty-three notebooks detailing the lives of many nasty, dumb, lazy, grotesque, and mostly despicable goblins. With these notebooks and detailed histories compiled by noted scholar Terry Jones, Froud created a masterfully complete reference tome, essential reading for any budding goblinologist.
With a new afterword from Brian Froud to mark the twentieth anniversary of this book's first publication, The Goblins of Labyrinth makes a wonderful companion to the film Labyrinth, in addition to revealing fascinating secrets of the goblin world to enthusiasts everywhere.