A collection of four all-new strange stories from the sleepy town of Gravity Falls in one original graphic novel. Written by Alex Hirsch. As told by Shmebulock.Illustrated by Asaf Hanuka, Dana Terrace, Ian Worrel, Jacob Chabot, Jim Campbell, Joe Pitt, Kyle Smeallie, Meredith Gran, Mike Holmes, Priscilla Tang, Serina Hernandez, Stephanie Ramirez, and Valerie Halla.


Release DateJul 24th, 2018
PublisherDisney Press
GenreSequential Art, Comics, Graphic Novels, Humor, Fantasy, Childrens, Middle Grade


  • Nikki Poulos
    This felt like coming home to an old friend.10/10 recommend
  • vee
    absolutely amazing, 10/10, it was so good i want to c r y
  • Mehsi
    Squee! 4 new tales from Gravity Falls featuring all our favourite characters! *fangirls*I love Gravity Falls, watched it so many times and I will keep on watching it over and over again (and wishing I could buy the bluray of it), so I was delighted that we got a new book featuring new stories. These stories are told by someone who is an even bigger fan than most of us, and he is an unexpected fan, Shmebulock! I can hear the fans already ask me, b...
  • Claudio
    WOW. Really, if you like the show, this one is like having four more episodes to see. Alex himself wrote these stories so the atmosphere, all the secrets etc, it's all there. Plus, the art is exactly the same of the show so that it seems almost like their captured from an episode. Must read for people who liked the show, i would be happy to see more stories like these
  • Samantha
    5 Stars*1 star for major ship teasing*1 star for manga style gravity falls*1 star for thousands of Mabel puns*1 star for endless mystery twin feels*and 1 last star for more gravity falls, more mysteries, and more fun
  • Spencer
    If you like Gravity Falls to any degree you'll love this! The tone, writing, humour and chracters are all spot on, this short return to Gravity Falls couldn't have been any more perfect.
  • Ric
    Don’t judge, but I really love Gravity Falls, and revisiting the universe through four different stories was a lot of fun. All of them were awesome, and I especially liked the Soos story because of how meta it was. This was really entertaining, and it really makes me miss watching Gravity Falls on tv.
  • Jade Lima
    This was so fun. It felt like I was like watching multiple episodes of Gravity Falls. Definite must for anyone who watched and loved the show.
  • Donna
    THAT WAS AMAZING!!! I frickin' love this franchise so much. ;v;
  • Alexis
    Fun short stories. I'm not a big graphic novel fan, but it helps that I've seen the show. Witty and funny, as I'd expect from Alex Hirsch.
  • Alex Llopis
    Habían ganas de revisitar Gravity Falls y este recopilatorio de 4 historias no falla. Un tomo lleno de misterios y homenajes tanto a la serie como a la cultura pop. A destacar las historias de los comics y del Mabelverso.
  • Alayna
    I have adored the TV show “Gravity Falls” since it first came on Disney. Reading this comic has given me memories of watching the show and how much I loved it! Great read!(5/5) ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ I have adored the TV show “Gravity Falls” since it first came on Disney. Reading this comic has given me memories of watching the show and how much I loved it! Great read!(5/5) ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
  • Blair
    A fast, fun read for fans of the show. Stays true to the tone of the episodes, but it's no substitute for a new season.
  • Elf
    I loved this so much. I need more Gravity Falls, and now I want to rewatch the whole series.
  • Amber
    Review posted on my blog The Writer's Library.Well, this was a nice little treat.... That being said, I've never reviewed a graphic novel before, so bear with me. I feel I should also make readers aware of spoilers in this review, not just from the graphic novel, but also concerning the show the stories are based on, Gravity Falls. If you haven't watched the show, I highly recommend you leave this review, watch the show in its entirety, and then ...
  • Jordan Finch
    Gosh, I miss Gravity Falls so much. Luckily, Lost Legends is so perfect that I could pretend I was back in that crazy town for a while, running around with Dipper and Mabel and the rest of the crazy Pines crew.The funniest thing about these stories are that they're told by Shmebulock. Turns out the weird little gnome is under a Pokemon-esque curse, but he's chosen to use his one night free of the curse to share these lost stories. He also shares ...
  • Nico D.
    A collection of four canonical side tales which (mostly) take place during S2 of Gravity Falls. There are quite a few excellent 'fill in the blank' moments from the original show, which makes this a must read for those who have finished the series. Capturing the essence of the show perfectly, Lost Legends is as whimsical as it is laugh-out-loud funny, and just like the show, the poignant moments come quick and hit hard. You honestly haven't exper...
  • Raúl Omar
    ¡Simply amazing! I really enjoyed this graphic novel. This bok somehow filled the emptiness in my soul after I finished watching the show. The art is great, just like in the show and the stories are great. Though I really like Dipper, I appreciate he is not the protagonist fo this book, so you have a chance to know more some of the other characters.There are some easter eggs but I was expecting more mistery, truth be told.
  • Joe
    "Gravity Falls: Lost Legends" is exactly what fans of the show need: Legitimately entertaining continued stories from one of the greatest animated shows ever. If you've never seen the show, stop right where you are because this book will make zero sense. If you have seen the show, why haven't you read this yet?!
  • evey
    hands down, the best book i've ever read thank you for my life
  • Samantha Bustos-Hubeny
    This was the best! I agree with Schmebulock! We need another few seasons of this show!!
  • Opal
    Because it's a comic book, I'll start my review with the art. The overall style generally sticks pretty true to the show, but the artists have their own flare that differentiates the art from looking like it came straight out of the show. That being said, even the most "different" style still heavily resembles the show, and the differences only make it look cuter, so this is no problem at all.Now, for the stories: These all straight-up feel like ...
  • TwinFitzgeraldKirkland
    Si presenta un problema quando una serie tv ha il successo che ha avuto Gravity Falls (e se per caso non la conoscete, correte a informarvi su wikipedia e poi a visionare tutte le puntate a costo di non dormire la notte. Dopodichè tornate qui e riparliamone), ovvero che il rischio di prendere in giro il lettore con dei prodotti di merda che altro scopo non hanno se non qullo di strizzare il sangue dalle rape diventi estremamente alto.Qui nulla d...
  • Sarah
    What do we want? More Gravity Falls! When do we want it! NOW! And, indeed, we get it in this collection of four new stories from that weirdest of weird places. Any fan of the show wishes there were more seasons. (And will there be? Maybe... that end was a little ambiguous. *crosses fingers*) But, until (and if) that ever happens, these tales were a great way to go on more adventures with the Pines family. The stories were funny with just the righ...
  • Isaac
    Having watched and re-watched the Gravity Falls series, I had high expectations for this comic continuation and I have to say my expectations were exceeded!First and foremost, I was immediately impressed by the way all the characters' personalities felt exactly like the show. Comic tie ins for TV shows and movies almost always suffer from the characters just not "feeling" like their original versions. With a TV show that has exceptional voice act...
  • Baker St Shelves
    Gravity Falls is easily one of my favorite shows of all time and many people think there were more stories to tell after only two seasons. This new comic has four stories that take place in between episodes of the show and even though this is a different format, it still has that same feeling from the show.The first story has Dipper and Pacifica that involves them going to the black market to find Mabel’s face, the second story has everyone tra...
  • Ysabeaux
    ONE MILLION SHOOTING STARS!!! PINES!! PINES!! PINES!!This is, without a doubt, the most adorable thing ever published by anyone ever! I am overcome with so many emotions! Gravity Falls is not only one of my favorite shows, but one of my favorite things of all time. It means so much to me I can't even begin to describe... The Pines are like family to me (don't judge), so when the show ended I was absolutely devastated. This graphic novel is the pe...
  • Kim Dyer
    Gravity Falls was a series that ended long before its time and so I was really pleased to hear about this graphic novel. The book collects four short tales, linked by the narrative of a familiar character, all of which were written by Alex Hirsch. Because of this, the stories all have the feel of episodes of the series, causing all of my nostalgia to come pouring back.The stories provide brand new adventures for your favourite characters, but I w...
  • Tati Dengo
    As a huge fan of Gravity Falls I LOOOOOVEEEEDDDD THISSSS!!! (If you haven't watched Gravity Falls though, this isn't a good place to start.)There's only four stories in this novel, and they are told by Shmebulock the gnome, who is able to speak once every 1000 years. He wants another season of Gravity Falls as much as we do, so he resorts to telling us more stories he's learned about both sets of Pines twins. The art style is consistent with the ...
  • Tib Roe
    I was super excited to jump back into the world of Gravity Falls. We get to see some more antics with both sets of Pines twins and, of course, got some hidden fun in there as well. All four stories are introduced by Shmebulock during his short time being able to hold an actual conversation instead of just saying his name like an idiot, and I absolutely loved his comments on how Gravity Falls ended as summer closed out and talked about wanting a n...