When published in hardcover, The R. Crumb Coffee Table Art Book was hailed as an original & audacious celebration of artistic genius & American popular culture. This paperback edition makes the best of this author available in a price that fans of comic book art are sure to appreciate.
Full of wit and twisted humor this notorious Shel Silverstein classic is a book you won't want your children to readWritten for adults only, Shel Silverstein--the popular children's book author--presents a humorous satire of alphabet books filled with ABC lessons parents would never want their children to learn.
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Once again, Garfield spreads his mirth--and his girth--to cartoon lovers everywhere.Whether he's poking fun at Jon's latest dating disaster, punting Odie off the kitchen table, or pigging out on pork skins, this well-rounded cat is always hungry for fun.
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Written by Garth Ennis; Art by Steve Dillon and Glenn Fabry The third amazing new edition in the PREACHER series, collecting issues #18-26. Jesse Custer heads for France to rescue Cassidy, the Irish vampire, from the clutches of religious fanatics. His search leads him into a no-holds-barred battle against the forces of the Grail. Also told here is the story of how Cassidy became a vampire in the first place.
The fourth Transmetropolitan collected edition finds Spider Jerusalem, outlaw journalist of the future, both craving and dreading the adulation of his readers -- or, as he calls them, the New Scum. From his luxury apartment, Spider covers the presidential race between candidates called the Smiler and the Beast, relentlessly pursuing the ugly truth in this violent, funny, and thought-provoking tale.
For the more than 50 million readers who regularly enjoy Dilbert in over 2,000 newspapers worldwide, Scott Adams's take on the working world is outrageously fresh, farcical, and far-reaching. In this collection, Dilbert and his egg-shaped, bespectacled canine, Dogbert, again give readers an insider's look at the funny business of the work-a-day world.
Batman and his allies continue the battle to regain Gotham from it's warring gangs. But now an even more insidious danger looms, and the harbinger of this shadowy threat is the one man to have broken the Bat-Bane.
This beloved illustrated classic tells the tale of Archy, a philosophical cockroach, and Mehitabel, a cat in her ninth life.Generations of readers have delighted in the work of the great American humorist Don Marquis. Marquis's satirical free-verse poems, which first appeared in his New York newspaper columns in 1916, revolve around the escapades of Archy, a philosophical cockroach who was a poet in a previous life, and Mehitabel, a streetwise alley cat who was once Cleopatra. Reincarnated as the lowest creatures on the social scale, they prowl the rowdy streets of New York City in between the world wars, and Archy records their experiences and observations on the boss's typewriter late at night. First published in 1927, Archy and Mehitabel has become a celebrated part of the twentieth-century American literary canon.