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This is a list of books released as MS Paint Adventures merchandise.
The entirety of Problem Sleuth has been collected in print.
Problem Sleuth Volume 1: Compensation, AdequateEdit
Problem Sleuth Volume 2: This is Complete BullshitEdit
Problem Sleuth Volume 3: Suitor to the Sodajerk's ConfidanteEdit
Problem Sleuth Volume 4: Black Liquid SorrowEdit
Problem Sleuth Volume 5: SepulchritudeEdit
Problem Sleuth Volume 5 (ISBN 978-1-936561-11-7), released October 12th, 2013, is a book containing chapters 18 to 22 and the epilogue. Both the front and back covers feature glow-in-the-dark elements (Problem Sleuth on the front and the Sepulchritude icon on the back).
Acts 1 through 3 of Homestuck have been published as books. Acts 4 to 6 and the Intermissions as of yet remain unpublished.
Homestuck: Book OneEdit
Homestuck: Book TwoEdit
Sweet Bro and Hella JeffEdit
Sweet Bro and Hella Jeff (ISBN 978-1-936561-03-2), released January 20th, 2013, is a 184 page hardcover collecting all SBaHJ comics released at the time of publication. Several extras are included with the book: a commemorative coin, a lenticular bookmark, a "pocket edition" poster featuring every page of the book, a three-foot bookmark ribbon sewn into the spine, and a plastic paper clip. The front cover is embossed with gold foil and possesses a coffee ring stain printed with gloss laminate; the back cover is adorned with pizza-scented scratch-and-sniff nacho chip stickers and a holographic sticker of Tony Hawk.
The book is limited to one print run only and will not be released in paperback form. For an additional fee, buyers can choose to have the book signed by Andrew Hussie ($5 extra) or by series creator Dave Strider ($50 extra).
In every instance that merchandise is presented within the book, a link for http://totacotoco.com/mpsa/ is written out, rather than the actual address for the relevant merchandise, http://www.topatoco.com/mspa/. However, the false address also actually exists and displays a large, distorted image with the text "hello brian" in the upper left corner, both of which constantly change colors. The site also contains the code "<!-- sorry guys, homestuck's cancelled -- The Real Andrew Hussie -->"