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Laser Moose and Rabbit Boy embark on their wildest adventure yet, encountering prickly old foes, body swaps, brain experiments, and a shocking showdown in the fourth book from the outrageous, hilarious, beloved series.Fur is flying in the forest! When Frank the Deer soars off a cliff and an eagle starts talking, Laser Moose and his loyal sidekick Rabbit Boy must discover why these animals have swapped bodies. Their investigation leads to the bizarre brain experiments of Gus the Wolf, the sinister return of their spikey nemesis Cyborgupine, and the truly unthinkable: a final confrontation between our two heroes. Get ready for mystery, danger, laughs, and lots of eye-popping, laser-shooting action from Laser Moose and Rabbit Boy in their most mind-blowing adventure to date. Written and drawn by Doug Savage, the creator of the popular comic Savage Chickens.
Everyone's favorite comic strip office worker returns in this dry, sarcastic, and utterly hilarious new Dilbert collection. No one is more accomplished at making the drudgery of office work into comedy than Dilbert creator Scott Adams, whose landmark comic strip starring the downtrodden engineer have entertained millions of readers for the past three decades.This collection includes hundreds of the most recent Dilbert comics starring Dilbert, his pointy-haired boss, lazy colleague Wally, temperamental Alice, maniacal Catbert, and misguided intern Asok, among many others.
Isolation commiserations from the creator of the iconic “Cathy” comic strip, Cathy Guisewite! We’re all in this together…but it helps to see someone else with her face planted in the bowl of mashed potatoes. In the same way that Cathy was a relatable friend during the comic strip years, she’s returned to offer some happy relief, support, and a much-needed AACK from isolation. This little book is a compassionate companion for right now and, long after the pandemic is over, will be a treasured scrapbook of what we survived—the fear of droplets, the work-from-refrigerator wear, the revenge retail therapy of online shopping, the frustration of trying to teach Grandma to Zoom from 3,000 miles away, the little shreds of hope mixed in with the sourdough bread dough. From the introduction: I’ve worn the same pair of sweatpants for fourteen months. I’ve binge watched, binge eaten, binge shopped, binge prayed. I’ve Zoomed. Streamed. Screamed. Googled how to get hot fudge out of a duvet cover. Googled how to chop my insulting blue jeans into face masks. Googled how to permanently delete my Google search history. I’ve meditated, looked within and asked the big questions: “If no one’s allowed in my house for months, what’s the point of vacuuming?”
If you're looking for an easy way to get into heaven, by all means do NOT read this hilarious, subversively clever, comic-filled book!
The second collection of Berkeley Mews comics by Ben Zaehringer, this book satirizes many of the pop cultural institutions familiar to children of the '80s and '90s, providing a visually delightful and comically poignant send-up of modern life.
Filled with flawed views of Santa Claus, hilarious takedowns of Disney movie tropes, and dozens of comics that landed on the front page of Reddit, How Not to Get into Heaven is an uplifting read for comics fans with a slightly twisted sense of humor.
Prepare to get swept up in a tidal wave of hilarity, sarcasm, and atrocious puns courtesy of award-winning Pearls Before Swine cartoonist Stephan Pastis.For the past 20 years, Pearls Before Swine has been one of the most popular and consistently hilarious comic strip in newspapers. This treasury packs in 18 months' worth of daily comic strips from 2018-2019, including an introduction, essay, and special commentary by the author.
This beautifully illustrated and packaged collection of Mutts comic strips by Patrick McDonnell captures a year's worth of heartwarming moments with Earl, Mooch, and the rest of their four-legged friends. This treasury features an entire year's worth of Mutts comics, including sketch art and illustrations by author Patrick McDonnell. Printed on recycled paper.
The Peanuts gang are stuck! It’s up to you to help them find their way out of these creative, playful mazes.With official artwork and the maze-crafting expertise of Joe Wos, Peanuts fans can now enjoy their beloved characters like never before. These unique mazes feature Snoopy, Charlie Brown, Woodstock, and the rest of the Peanuts crew as integrated, solvable parts of the puzzles.Everyone from ages seven and up will enjoy solving these magical mazes with some of the most iconic comic characters of the twentieth century. A-MAZE-Ing Peanuts guarantees hours of entertainment . . . and a healthy dose of nostalgia.
The newest Sarah's Scribbles collection from New York Times bestselling author Sarah AndersenThe fourth book in the enormously popular graphic novel series, the latest collection of Sarah's Scribbles comics explores the evils of procrastination, the trials of the creative process, the cuteness of kittens, and the beauty of not caring about your appearance as much as you did when you were younger. When it comes to humorous illustrations of the awkwardness and hilarity of millennial life, Sarah's Scribbles is without peer.
One of the funniest and most relatable family comic strips in history, Baby Blues is guaranteed to entertain parents and comic strip fans of all ages. In the newest Baby Blues scrapbook, cartoonists Jerry Scott and Rick Kirkman have returned with another full year's worth of comics and commentary chronicling the family foibles of the MacPhersons and the mischievous antics of Zoe, Hammie, and Wren.
The latest relatable, hilarious, and outstanding Zits treasury includes the complete comics from 2020. A year's worth of Zits cartoons, all in one place!
A year's worth of marine-life amusement with the cast and crew of Sherman's Lagoon.The sharks, turtles, and crabs of Sherman’s Lagoon enjoy a complex society below the ocean’s surface, with a local government, school system, and even their own radio station. And like all advanced cultures, there’s no lack of drama. A visiting shark oil salesman shows up to hock a strange new elixir, and later, a consultant arrives to help the laconic locals hone their killer instincts. When Kahuna feels his powers wane, Sherman and Hawthorne help the ancient stone deity get his groove back. And after Sherman and friends hop a flight to see a rocket launch at the Kennedy Space Center, Hawthorne accidentally goes from spectator to passenger. Once you dip into these Adventures in Aquaculture, you’ll want to stay awhile.
From newspapers to Nickelodeon, Phoebe and Her Unicorn is the most stunning unicorn feature around! This latest collection of Phoebe comics will delight middle grade readers and unicorn lovers of all ages. Best friends Phoebe Howell and Marigold Heavenly Nostrils march to their own beat, but life isn’t all rainbows and unicorns. With so many problems in the world and drama at school, Phoebe wonders why unicorns aren’t in charge instead of humans. With Marigold, each day is full of magic, from introducing Phoebe to unicorn music to crashing a goblin popularity contest, and even tracking down long-lost family members like Infernus, the Unicorn of Death (who ends up being surprisingly adorable). In Unicorn Playlist, Phoebe and Marigold play all the hits.