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This hilarious collection of all-new comic strips by Gemma Gené (157ofGemma) tells the story of how one tiny pug met his new family and became one of the cutest, sassiest, and most popular pugs in the world. Guaranteed to warm the hearts of dog parents and pet-lovers everywhere.
Mochi is a sassy, jamón-loving, opinionated middle-aged pug living his best puglife. He has way too much personality for someone his size and a very particular way of seeing the world. But how did he get to be such a larger-than-life diva? Was he born this way? And more importantly, did Mochi choose the puglife, or did the puglife choose him?
This book tells the story of Mochi’s pugpyhood, from the day the cutest puppy in the world earned his mom’s eternal love at first sight, to all the formative experiences that shaped him into the aloof charmer we have grown to love. A heartwarming and humorous journey that all dog parents can relate to, Mochi’s Pugpyhood will smack you in the face with cuteness.
Gemma Gene's adorable comics celebrate fur-parenthood and the extreme love you experience when you look into your dog’s eyes. If you are never alone when you go to the bathroom, are forced to share your food, and find your life ruled by a sassy fur ball, Living With Mochi is the perfect book for you.
When architect-turned-cartoonist Gemma Gené first met her pet pug, Mochi, she felt as if time stopped. This dramatic moment and her adoring relationship with the rambunctious pug led her to begin chronicling her adventures with Mochi in a series of incredibly cute webcomics that have gained a social media following of half a million loyal readers. The comics chronicle Mochi’s life from puppyhood to adulthood, featuring Mochi's unrequited dog friendships, his jealousy of his two dog-brothers, and his love of food. Readers and dog parents will love this humorous tale of a sincerely loyal friendship between one grumpy pug and his adoring owner.
Serving up more than just coffee and tea, Cat’s Café provides its cast of adorable characters a gentle, supportive space and a hefty serving of the warm and floofies.
Welcome to Cat’s Café, a neighborhood coffee shop where all are welcome! Based on the popular webcomic, Cat’s Café introduces readers to the adorable denizens of this world. There's Penguin, who has a bit of a coffee problem; Rabbit, whose anxiety sometimes overwhelms him; Axolotl, whose confidence inspires his friends; the always-supportive Cat, who provides hot drinks made with love and a supportive ear for anyone's troubles; and many, many more. With a sensitive take on real issues and a gentle, positive outlook, Cat’s Café is about the power of acceptance, friendship, and love ... and delicious cups of coffee.
Calvin and Hobbes for 9/21/1989.
The last comic strip from Calvin and Hobbes.
Prints are available in 2 sizes. Images sizes vary in accordance with the size of the comic itself, but all are printed, centered, on acid-free, archival paper.
8.5 x 11-inch - The standard 4-frame comic strip is enlarged to approximately 3 x 9 inches
11 x 17-inch - The standard 4-frame comic strip is enlarged to approximately 4 x 12 inches
All framed comic art prints are custom, please allow 2-3 weeks for delivery.
$29.95 – $239.95
Some pairings are just meant to be: peanut butter and chocolate, yin and yang, Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers. So it was only a matter of time before the stars in the universe lined up and suggested the collaboration between New York Times best selling author Bradley Trevor Greive and award-winning photographer Rachael Hale.
Teaming up on their first collaborative effort, Greive and Hale explain once and for all Why Dogs Are Better Than Cats. Now, before all you cat lovers find your fur standing on end, Greive is quick to stress that he is simply "prodog, not anticat. The purpose of this book is not to criticize cats or their owners, but to champion the many exceptional virtues unique to dogs."
What are these unique attributes that make canine companions superior to their feline fiends? (Oops, we meant friends.) Consider the following:
* Dogs are social. Cats are sociopaths.
* Dogs match up to people. People must match up to cats.
* Dogs teach us patience. Cats test our patience.
* Dogs give and give. Cats are the gift that keeps on grifting.
The bottom line is this: Dogs want love. Cats want fish.
Although Greive admits that there is something to be said for "soft, warm, and sleepy" (a.k.a. cats) as captured in Hale's cuddly feline photographs, he concludes that dogs would be the only ones with character enough to admit this fact, thereby once again positioning themselves as the superior pet, confidant, admirer, and friend.
If you're floundering in life, striking out in love, struggling to pay the rent, and worried about it all -- you're in luck! World Champion Worrier and Expert Insomniac Gemma Correll is here to assure you that it could be much, much worse.In her hugely popular comic drawings, Gemma Correll dispenses dubious advice and unreliable information on life as she sees it, including The Dystopian Zodiac, Reward Stickers for Grown-Ups, Palm Reading for Millennials, and a Map of the Introvert's Heart. For all you fellow agonizers, fretters, and nervous wrecks, this book is for you. Read it and weep...with laughter