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I read this graphic novel about four to five years ago.

It has traveling between worlds, I think. Maybe the ghost and the human world? But I don't know - I do know that the character met his grandfather and can fly. There's a lot of other magic, like changing sizes and maybe teleportation.

A bunch of other random facts from the story:

  • They ate spiders
  • The characters in the (maybe) ghost world aren't really human
  • Time/world travel ship created by a women
  • The people sent to fetch the main character were in a relationship
  • There was an evil dude who used this weird machine that produced green light to determine the main character's potential

Is there any fantasy graphic novel that fits this description?

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  • Please tell me if I should add extra information. Dec 18, 2022 at 3:20
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    You should add absolutely everything you remember; you never know what detail will trigger someone's memory.
    – DavidW
    Dec 18, 2022 at 3:35
  • @DavidW I will try, but at the moment, I believe this is all I remember. Dec 18, 2022 at 3:37
  • Was the graphic novel in English or another language? Was it in color or B&W? How would you describe the art style? Was it tpb format, manga format or larger (like Euro-comics)? Dec 19, 2022 at 11:31
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    @KlausÆ.Mogensen It was English, but not manga style. There was color . . . and I don't really know about the style. It was kind of crazy. Dec 19, 2022 at 15:51

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Never mind, I found it.

A page-turning adventure of a boy's journey to the land of ghosts and back.

Imagine Garth Hale's surprise when he's accidentally zapped to the spirit world by Frank Gallows, a washed-out ghost wrangler. Suddenly Garth finds he has powers the ghosts don't have, and he's stuck in a world run by the evil ruler of Ghostopolis, who would use Garth's newfound abilities to rule the ghostly kingdom. When Garth meets Cecil, his grandfather's ghost, the two search for a way to get Garth back home, and nearly lose hope until Frank Gallows shows up to fix his mistake.

Ghostopolis

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