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For people who love Scotland The Scots Magazine is the world's best-selling Scottish-interest publication. A great spread of locations from all over the nation brings you beautiful scenes from Galloway to Gardenstown. Canadian, Australian and New Zealand key holiday dates are included, in addition to those of the UK and Ireland. A popular and beautiful calendar for all seasons.
If The Far Side had a gay little brother with borderline personality disorder, it might look something like this book. Sometimes absurdly funny, sometimes just absurd, Room for Milk by Cole Escola will take you on an acid trip through children's books that don't exist and other weird illustrated fever dreams.
The Pulitzer Prize-winning creator of one of the most cherished and fondly remembered comic strips of all time showcases his art in this deluxe oversized edition. You've read all the strips, now see the art! This Artist's Edition features an incredible selection of daily and Sunday comic strips, as well as a selection of sketchbook pages and drawings, published here for the very first time, each and every one scanned from the original art. The dailies are presented at the ACTUAL size drawn, and the Sundays have been slightly reduced but are still bigger and more beautiful than they have ever been presented before! This is the ULTIMATE Bloom County collection by the inimitable Berkeley Breathead! ? Advance solicited for November release! ? Bloom County returned as a successful webcomic in 2015, with collections published annually by IDW to critical acclaim.
Writer Alvin Schwartz and artist Wayne Boring present fifteen storylines of the postwar era. Stories include Superman, Jailbird, Lois's Secret Identity, Enthor's Paralyzing Weapon, The Super Elixir, and Who Is Miss Whisper? !
The woebegone webslinger encounters problems that make Dar Harat seem like a sewing circleif he can escape from their clutches, that is! Daily Bugle writer Jenny Sue Saxon arrives and falls for Peter Parker while trying to become SpiderMan's biographer, even as Aunt May faces financial ruin in a very modern kind of bank heist. Mary Jane returns just in time to learn an important secretand to introduce Peter to her Uncle Spencer Watson (what, no Aunt Anna). Spidey's reputation is under fire when he's accused of pushing drugs. It's not for the squeamish! And in a story that rivals the classic drug issues of SpiderMan's comic book, Stan Lee addresses one of the most heartrending problems of modern times: child abuse. Continuing a firstever chronological collection of the SpiderMan newspaper comics. Series Overview: Book 5 in an ongoing series
As we enter the second half of President Donald Trump s interminable, unimpeachable reign, MAD feels it s high time to commemorate our steady slide into annihilation with a brand new collection of caricature, mockery and ridicule: MAD About the Trump Era! In this sequel to the best-selling MAD About Trump: A Brilliant Look at Our Brainless President, America s most pompous, pernicious, and repugnant president gets another relentless roast inside the MAD oven! You ll retch as you relive the tortured memories of the past two years. Who can forget brainless ideas like Space Force, petty nicknames such as Rocket Man, despicable policies like family separation at the Mexican border, and Trump s constant cries of Witch hunt! and No collusion as we watched his closest cronies get carted off to jail. All the face-palming stupidity, casual cruelty, racist enabling, bald-faced lying, 3 am Tweeting, and much more is lampooned for your Executive Time enjoyment! Written and drawn in ink mixed with liberal tears by the Usual Gang of Idiots, MAD About the Trump Era is sure to make you long for the sweet satisfaction you used to find in things like elections, Twitter, and the American Dream.
A humorous and poignant collection about disappointments big and small based on the popular webcomic, Webcomic Name. Alex Norris' viral webcomic Webcomic Name, has captured the internet's heart. The disappointed blob and its resigned oh no has become a recognizable slogan, tapping into the current internet zeitgeist of self-conscious pessimism to hilarious and heartbreaking effect. Now in this alternately funny and gloomy collection, oh no brings together all the series' greatest hits as well as dozens of never-before-seen comics. With exciting material for established fans and newcomers alike, oh no will have something for everyone. Because, after all, we are all the disappointed blob; the disappointed blob is us.
This coffee table book takes a look back at some of the most interesting and engaging drawings by Harold Maples, the long-time political cartoonist for the Fort Worth Star-Telegram. A native-born Texan, Maples was a staple in Fort Worth for decades and was as loved by his community as he was by his die-hard fans. Political cartoons are excellent teachers of history, and readers will be amazed at how succinctly Maples boiled down complex ideas into simple and amusing drawings. As much as his skill is evident, however, his humorous, kind-hearted nature shows through every one of his cartoons. Author Devin McCue divided Maples's twenty-seven-year-long career into six broad categories that range from local sports to Cold War politics. Each chapter explores not only how Maples depicted an event or an idea but also how his craft and opinions evolved over time. Chapters like Vietnam shed light on how public opinion can evolve, showing how it shifted at each stage of the conflict and slowly changed as the war dragged on. Maples covered events that have been lost to the back pages of history books, so each cartoon is accompanied by an explanation that provides historical context as well as artistic analysis.
If you're younger than 15 or older than 50, there is an 87% chance that something in this book will offend you. The #1 web comic, Cyanide & Happiness, is back with a brand new collection of comics sure to leave you gasping in horror or guffawing with laughter. Featuring 150 comics, including 30 brand new strips, each jam-packed with more inappropriate jokes and deviant behaviour than ever before! Laugh at Obese Maurice, Ass Rape Man, the Purple-Shirted Eye Stabber, and the not-so-loveable superhero, Superjerk. You'll never see stick figures this twisted! Also features a brand new activity section where you can draw your own Cyanide character, build-a-boner, or connect the dots to reveal a hidden image!