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Pearls Before Swine for 2/4/18.
Images sizes vary in accordance with the size of the comic itself, but all are printed, centered, on acid-free, archival paper.
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.
By Stephan Pastis
$39.95 – $239.95
Wallace the Brave for 10/20/17.
The standard 4-frame comic strip is enlarged to approximately 4 x 12 inches. Sizes vary in accordance with the size of the comic itself, but all are printed, centered, on acid-free, archival 11 x 17-inch paper.
"The cartoon hero of the workplace"
--San Francisco Examiner
Dilbert is the cubicle-bound star of the most photocopied, pinned-up, downloaded, faxed, and e-mailed comic strip in the world.As fresh a look at the inanity of office life as it brought to the comics pages when it first appeared in 1989, this new Dilbert collection comically confirms to the working public that we all really know what's going on. Our devices might be more sophisticated, our software and apps might be more plentiful, but when it gets down to interactions between the worker bees and the clueless in-controls, discontent and sarcasm rule, as only Dilbert can proclaim.
By Scott Adams
Breaking Cat News Tommy 1.25" Enamel Pin
It's Tommy from Breaking Cat News, in adorable pajamas! Based on the art of BCN creator Georgia Dunn, this 1.25" die-cut enamel pin fastens to your (possibly cat fur-covered) surface of choice with a metal pin back.
By Georgia Dunn
Breaking Cat News host Lupin 1" Enamel Pin
It's Lupin from Breaking Cat News, in adorable pajamas! Lupin is a cat of adventure, and the youngest member of the Breaking Cat News team. This dapper little gentleman is ready to see the world from your lapel! Based on the art of BCN creator Georgia Dunn, this 1" die-cut enamel pin fastens to your (possibly cat fur-covered) surface of choice with a metal pin back.
For 30 years, FoxTrot cartoonist Bill Amend has been injecting his quirky brand of family humor into America’s newspapers and bookshelves while earning a reputation as an authority at signing overly well-read, dog-eared paperbacks.
With Mother Is Coming, the first FoxTrot collection in more than two years, fans young and less-young will get 144 crisp and pristine color pages featuring the latest in Fox family chaos, with the usual forays into math, science, gaming, geekdom, and pop culture. Fox children Jason, Paige and Peter, parents Andy and Roger, and pet iguana, Quincy, all make appearances as they battle such challenges as schoolwork, family dinners, social media and how to climb theater stairs in a BB-8 costume.
By Bill Amend
New York Times Bestselling Author!
The second Phoebe and Her Unicorn graphic novel!Summer is here, and Phoebe and Marigold are headed to drama camp. Phoebe’s expecting some quality time with her best friend, but in a surprise twist, Marigold has invited her sister, Florence Unfortunate Nostrils! While the unicorn sisters head to camp in a magical rainbow pod, Phoebe is stuck riding with her parents in their boring car, wondering where it all went wrong. But at Camp Thespis, there are more daunting tasks at hand: writing, producing, and acting in an entirely original play! The second Phoebe and Her Unicorn graphic novel is a sparkling tale of sisterhood and summer fun, as well as a reminder that sometimes it takes a bit of drama to recognize true friendship.
By Dana Simpson
NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLING AUTHOR!
In true Pearls Before Swine tradition, this treasury is full of Stephan Pastis’s cynical humor, sharp wit, and clever commentary. Always together—and sometimes with their fellow funny-page characters—the regular Pearls clan weighs in on everything from modern technology to current events to human nature. All the members of the skewed gang are here as Zebra engages in a never-ending war of neighborly hate with the Crocs. As always, Goat offers a voice of reason amid the ongoing chaos that Pastis creates, either from behind the pen or as a character within the strip itself.Includes all cartoons from the collections I Scream, You Scream, We All Scream Because Puns Suck and Floundering Fathers.
Sometimes you’ve just got to run around like a lunatic and wreak havoc for a few minutes.
It’s that time of year again, when Mooch gets those wild eyes and anything can happen. In this newest collection of Mutts comics, Earl and Mooch go to the beach for summer vacation, welcome back new and old friends, and show us the rewards of loving an animal. Both humorous and heartfelt, this collection also touches on spaying, adoption, and endangered species.
By Patrick McDonnell
"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.
By Jerry Scott
A year’s worth of strips -- many with comments from Jerry and Rick.
From the dark days of sleep deprivation to the cacophony of a tri-kid family, Baby Blues reveals the true dark underbelly of parenting to the delight of newspaper readers everywhere. Like a comic epidural, or butt cream on a raging diaper rash, this comic strip has helped take some of the sting out of parenting for countless parents around the world.
Baby Blues transcends the comic page by fusing the award-winning imaginations of Rick Kirkman and Jerry Scott with familiar family life. Kirkman and Scott intuitively balance the humorous with the poignant through relatable and sometimes all-too-familiar parenting scenes.
By Rick Kirkman
From the #1 New York Times bestselling author of I Could Pee on This, Francesco Marciuliano, comes a lesson from cats in resistance.
Cats are done with humans' crap. For too long they have put up with baby talk, the humiliation of holiday costumes, and the social injustice of being told, "No." They will not sleep through this anymore. We humans have woken the beast, and in this book they have gathered together to reclaim their voice, loudly and repeatedly until we pay attention. Watch the uprising unfold, through anthems such as "Redefine Terms," "Accepted," "Decide," "A New Dawn," and "Just What Do You Think You're Doing?" Show support for your feline friends and try to understand why they're so spitting mad.
By Francesco Marciuliano