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Take a dive into the wet, wacky, and biodiverse world of Sherman's Lagoon, one of the most enjoyable ensemble casts of marine life ever to be seen in the funny papers
Things move fast underwater. It’s hard to stay up to date with the latest social media trends. There’s Facecrab, Flipster, Instashark, Turtlegram—and those are only the maritime platforms. Sherman can’t keep up. But when an exchange student comes to town, Sherman can finally impress him with all of the advanced technology. . . until he finds out that the Lagoon might be a bit behind the times. Sherman’s other troubles include an alien invasion, dolphin attacks, and pesky fish neighbors. Take a deep dive into this new collection of Sherman’s Lagoon comic strips, because what’s at the bottom of the ocean may surprise you!
In the newest Dilbert collection, award-winning cartoonist Scott Adams turns passive-aggressive corporate communication into comic strip gold
In this latest Dilbert collection, the pointy-haired boss blows past any remaining ethical boundaries (if he was aware of them in the first place), hiring amoral scientists, proposing risky re-orgs, and pivoting from traditional consumer marketing into outright psychological manipulation. Meanwhile, the office abounds with hazards, from ergonomic ball chair disasters to Wally’s flying toenail clippings. After a colleague suggests planning a huddle to ideate around an opportunity, Dilbert suffers an acute bout of jargon poisoning. It’s all part of the delightful drudgery of Eagerly Awaiting Your Irrational Response.
I Hope This Helps is an incisive and hilarious send-up of millennial culture, everyday anxieties, and our social media-driven reality from one of the sharpest new voices in webcomics.
Tommy Siegel's debut book collection includes 200+ pages of comics, essays, and extremely helpful guides to coping with 21st-century panic. With comics titled “Choose your social anxiety coping mechanism” and “What your coffee drink of choice says about you,” I Hope This Helps offers clever and sardonic commentary on our phone-obsessed, social media-driven culture, as well as a series of devastatingly funny relationship comics starring his popular Candy Hearts characters.
Tommy Siegel’s comics began as doodles in the back of a van as a touring rock musician, and quickly earned a viral global fanbase and shout-outs from cultural heavyweights ranging from Ringo Starr to Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez. With a perfect balance of absurd humor and insightful writing, I Hope This Helps outlines the journey from the author’s earliest "van doodles" all the way to the socially-distanced awkwardness of the present day.
"Robb Armstrong populates his comic strip with great, well-drawn characters . . . and that's the whole thing." — Charles Schulz, creator of Peanuts
A comprehensive treasury of JumpStart, celebrating 30 years of one of the most beloved African-American family comic strips in history.
A year's worth of Baby Blues comics with a special section and bonus materials celebrating the 30th anniversary of the beloved strip about parenting, kids, and the hilarity of family life
BB3X is a special Baby Blues treasury that celebrates three decades of one of the most heartwarming, funny, and true-to-life depictions of raising children ever seen in the funny pages. In addition to a year's worth of Baby Blues comics, this special collection sheds light on the unique collaborative process of Rick Kirkman and Jerry Scott, whose cartooning magic has helped transform some of the most stressful moments in life into some of the most hilarious. The book includes a forward from Rick, a reflection by Jerry, and a 15-page spread of archival photographs and illustrations from the duo's three decades of Baby Blues collaboration.
"Zits is the worst name for a comic strip since Peanuts."
--Charles M. Schulz
Sixteen-year-old Jeremy Duncan is a high school freshman and an aspiring musician. He daydreams about the day when his band, Goat Cheese Pizza, records their first monster hit single, and they all pile into his van for their cross-country, sold-out concert tour. Between naps, study hall, and band practice, Jeremy still manages to find time to be the star of the hugely popular comic strip Zits.
No one captures the messy but heartwarming experience of becoming a mother as accurately and hilariously as Messycow Comics
In what ways is a toddler like a deadly weapon? What would it look like if your 2-year-old was an office worker? And how does being a parent completely transform one's sense of fashion? These questions and many more are the focus of the hilarious and relatable comics by Weng Chen, a thirtysomething Chinese-American cartoonist who details the realities of raising small children, growing older, and how technology and mass culture shape today's parenting experiences. The debut book collection of her Messycow Comics presents one mom's fresh, insightful, and hilarious take on the joys, absurdities, and anxieties of modern parenting.
With over 1.6 million copies sold, the Phoebe and Her Unicorn book series for middle-grade readers is an immensely popular and magical word of unicorns, adventure, and friendship.
Marigold Heavenly Nostrils is one magical unicorn—and she knows it! But sometimes it’s harder for humans like Phoebe to understand that they can be magical, too. In the latest Phoebe and Her Unicorn adventure, the pair visits the science museum, tests out an extra-special virtual unicorn reality, and performs in the school talent show. With the help of her best friend and an emergency sparkle transfusion, Phoebe learns about confidence, empathy, and resilience—and even how to live without her cellphone. It’s all part of the very real excitement of Virtual Unicorn Experience.
A love story between a vampire and a werewolf by the creator of the enormously popular Sarah's Scribbles comics.
Vamp is three hundred years old but in all that time, she has never met her match. This all changes one night in a bar when she meets a charming werewolf. FANGS chronicles the humor, sweetness, and awkwardness of meeting someone perfectly suited to you but also vastly different.
The star of the bestselling Big Nate book series is back in another board book adventure for preschool-aged children.
Big Nate doesn't want to take a nap. But once he does drift off to sleep, he's delighted to find his imagination can take him to some fascinating places. The second book in the Little Big Nate series by bestselling author Lincoln Peirce is an interactive joy for young children and their parents.
The thrilling next installment in the enormously popular Big Nate series
You’ve got to know where you stand to survive sixth grade, and Nate Wright’s found the perfect spot: right next to Sherman, the class gerbil. Can Nate’s furry friend bail him out of his latest homework jam with Mrs. Godfrey? Or will there be a paper trail leading straight to detention? Nate has no answers, but plenty of ideas—like directing a superhero movie starring the amazing Mega-Chad, inventing a new name for his pal Francis, and living up to his reputation as a P.S. 38 Prank Day legend. Special final exam bonus question: Does Nate makes it to summer vacation? Find out in this new collection of uproarious Big Nate comics! Middle school has never been funnier!
When Kitty looks for the perfect home, she makes an unlikely best friend—Dragon! From Epic! Originals, Kitty and Dragon is a lovable early reader series about finding true friendship when you least expect it. Book 1 of this early reader series features three adorable stories about Kitty and Dragon—best friends, even when one of them is snoring, being messy, or having a sad day. Even though they are quite different from one another, Kitty and Dragon have learned that there’s nothing better than being together, just the way they are.