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reviewed Modesty Blaise. March 09, 2011
Modesty Blaise is a vastly underapprciated comic book character from the British author Peter O'Donnell. With her male sidekick Willie Garvin, she confidently walked into dangerous situations. While she …
reviewed Joanie. June 15, 2010
People that were socially conscious during the seventies will have no trouble understanding the point of this book, but the latest generation will have no idea what most of the cartoons mean. The book …
reviewed Far Side Gallery 3. April 17, 2010
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In the foreword, noted zoologist Stephen Jay Gould comments on how popular the Gary Larson cartoons are with biologists. When reading the book, it is easy to see why; Larson does an excellent job in his …
Build a Better Life by Stealing Office Supplies:
Life in the office cubicle has always been difficult, the recent economic downturn has made it even worse. A natural way to cope is with humor, it is a natural stress reliever that can make even the worst …
The Chickens Are Restless
The spectrum of mental craziness goes from the heavily medicated in a padded room to the person that does nothing worse than pick their nose in public. For all of those actions on the less serious end …
reviewed Ballard Street. March 28, 2010
Ballard Street
Great cartoonists have to be a little bit sick in the good sort of way. They somehow have to have that extra twist or demented neural pathway that allows them to look at situations in life and express …
Random Acts Of Management:A Dilbert Book
To most people that read and chuckle over the Dilbert comic strip, it is an act equivalent to whistling past a graveyard. Clueless management, phony numbers, insecure workers and poor quality products …
While the purpose is to entertain, there is also a great deal of metaphorical philosophy in the "Peanuts" comic strip. The exaggerated characteristics of the characters and the situations they encounter …
Peace, Love, Lattes: A Rudy Park Collection
While I may have encountered it on occasion, until I read this book I was unfamiliar with the Rudy Park comic strip. The primary characters are overstated, as cartoon characters generally have to be, …
Oh Skin-Nay!: The Days of Real Sport
This book of cartoons and verse is a look back on an urban male childhood in the last quarter of the nineteenth century. The content was originally published in 1913 and largely depicts boys at play, …
reviewed MARMADUKE. January 17, 2010
When I was in school, Marmaduke books were a challenge to the Snoopy books by Charles Schultz in terms of which were more popular. Ironically, the boys favored Marmaduke while the girls favored Snoopy, …
Mad Spy Vs Spy: The All New Secret on File
The regular "Spy vs. spy" feature of Mad Magazine has always been my favorite feature. It is a lampoon of the cold war where each nation engaged in a tit-for-tat relationship of deception, dishonesty …
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