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Since its launch in 1999, Darby Conley's Get Fuzzy has become one of the most popular comic strips, enjoying a readership of 26 million people and appearing in 400 newspapers worldwide. Get Fuzzy books have topped best-seller lists-and now the lovable characters land on this delightful soft-cover journal!
Dan: What's your secret to a long life, Fred?Fred: No secret. Haven't any...maybe bee pollen and honey.Dan: When you get to heaven, what do you think God will say to you? Fred: What took you so long? --From the foreward.
Reynolds Unwrapped has earned its reputation as one of the craziest panel cartoons around. In this collection, the spotlight is on getting older. Aaww, but don't worry: The laugh lines will be worth it!
Viagra, botox injections, antiwrinkle cream: Everyone is trying to fight the effects of aging, and the latest research indicates that laughter may be the real fountain of youth. If that's the case, then How Aging Affects Belt Height is your prescription for vitality. It will have you laughing like a kid again! Dan Reynolds's own age-defying generation, the boomers, will recognize themselves in the offbeat humor of these wacky cartoons. They remind us that aging may not be fun, but it sure beats the alternative!
"[Zits] is one of the most visually innovative comic strips to come along in years. Borgman's graphic pyrotechnics are the perfect complement to Scott's carefully designed layouts."—Brian Walker, The Comics Since 1945The world is full of issues but none so pressing as those faced by a teenager. For proof, look no further than Zits, the timely teenage-focused strip that now appears in more than 1,100 newspapers worldwide. This two-time recipient of the National Cartoonists Society's Award for Best Newspaper Comic Strip follows the life of 15-year-old Jeremy Duncan, a kid bursting with questions, concerns, hormones, and insecurities. Cast adrift between the worlds of peer and parent, Jeremy survives by clinging to his sense of humor . . . the universal flotation device of the teenage years.
Creators Jerry Scott and Jim Borgman pull all of this eating, dating, driving, and parental angst and energy together in Road Trip! Zits Sketchbook #7. This hilarious collection contains the very popular series of strips that follows Jeremy and his best amigo, Hector, as they actually (okay, and accidentally) get to test-drive their van. Yes, that van on the cover.
Patrick McDonnell possesses an elegance of line and narrative that both transcends and defines his medium. His artistry is in his Zen-like clarity, his simple direct address, and his unique understanding of the essential animal-human continuum. When one experiences MUTTS, one experiences genius." -Alice Sebold, author of The Lovely Bones
"Dog-Eared"is exactly what this latest collection from cartoonist Patrick McDonnell is destined to become. The brilliant assortment of simple-yet-complex strips will have readers turning its pages again and again, eager to revisit the charm, truth, and humor found within.
McDonnell's strip, highlights the adventures of Earl the dog and Mooch the cat, best buddies who regularly come in contact with Shtinky Puddin', Sourpuss, Guard Dog, and Crabby-as well as an assortment of whimsically rendered humans. This cast is capable of endless antics, interspersed with poignant views on both the animal and human condition. And whether they're raiding garbage cans or basking in full-frontal belly rubs, Mooch and Earl always have a comment to clinch the scene.
MUTTS is the kind of strip that comic readers find irresistible. "Dog-Eared" is the same kind of collection. One strip leads to another, and before you know it you've turned page after dog-eared page to satisfy a growing MUTTS addiction.