A hilarious re-imagining of what it would be like if Darth Vader had taken an active role in raising his son Luke, with a refreshing twist and illustrations. Life lessons include lightsaber batting practice, using the Force to raid the cookie jar, and more.
Another hilarious collection of cartoons featuring America's favorite kids -- PEANUTS! 1990年代に出版された、「ピーナッツ」のPB廉価版選集。うち現在入手可能なのはこの1冊のみ。手軽にピーナッツの世界を楽しみたい方におすすめ。128ページ。
30 Days of Night" was one of the undisputed success stories of modern comics, spawning a bestselling trade paperback, a major motion picture deal, and the attention of thousands of fans longing for an innovative tale of terror. Now the same creative team revisits Barrow, Alaska, the town where it all began, as the long night creeps once more over the tundra.Diamond Comic Distributors Inc.
Sixty years of cartoons, generations of fans, a gang of beloved characters, but only one creator: the legend, Charles M. Schulz. Packed with commentary from throughout Schulz's career and special memorabilia from the Schulz Museum, this anniversary edition is not only a heartwarming tribute but also a true collector's item.
In Japan, Kawakami is famous for his tireless promotion of Chindogu: the art of the "unuseless" idea. Meant to solve problems of modern life, 200 of these bizarre and logic-defying gadgets and gizmos are featured in this humorous collection. Photos.
He's never had hair. Never owned shoes. Never even sported a pair of pants. No one would blame you for thinking that lovable everyperson Ziggy is broke. But there is one thing Ziggy does have--heart. And plenty of it, as cartoonist Tom Wilson reminds us in "Ziggy Goes for Broke," a charming full-color collection of daily "Ziggy" comic strips.In "Ziggy Goes for Broke," the lovable Ziggy is back to take on our sometimes-indifferent world. As always, Ziggy is armed only with warm feelings, good intentions, and a homespun philosophy that reminds us that we're all in this together."Ziggy Goes for Broke" is a must-have for long-time fans and the perfect introduction for anyone new to the wonderful world of Ziggy.
Illustrated in a stark and simple style, this collection of outrageous cartoons follows over 100 bunnies as they find ever more outlandish ways to do themselves in.
The first collection of the increasingly popular comic strip that features a rambunctious 6-year-old boy and his stuffed tiger who comes charmingly to life.
Mr. Oats delivers a sidesplitting serving of cat comics in a hilarious, brilliant offering from the creative wonderland at TheOatmeal.com. It presents fan favorites, such as "Cat vs. Internet," "How to Pet a Kitty," and "The Bobcats," plus 15 brand-new, never-before-seen cat jokes.
Proud cat owners will instantly recognize Surovec's keen insights into cat behavior and all of the characteristic intricacies of the cat-human relationship, such as the allure of an empty cardboard box trumping an expensive battery-operated toy or how a cat's favorite nap spot might as easily be inside a litter box, on top of clean laundry, or directly on top of a human face. 152 pp. 50,000 print.
The week it hit the stores, Watterson's Weirdos from Another Planet! touched down at No.l on Walden's and B. Dalton's bestselling lists and No. 2 on the New York Times bestseller list. How to top such success? With The Authoritative Calvin and Hobbes, a large-format treausry of cartoons, including full-color Sunday strips, plus a full-color original story unique to this collection.
You never know who you'll bump into at a diner at night. It could be a rat with an anger-management problem. Or an overly sentimental pig. Or a zebra with a story or two to tell about a crocodile. Or even a goat who just wants to be left alone. Welcome to Nighthogs, where the door is always open, the light is always on, and the coffee is as scorching as the humor. In this third collection of the immensely popular Pearls Before Swine, Stephan Pastis again takes us into the world of Rat, Pig, Zebra, and Goat, and he shows once more just how outrageous-and how hilarious-the unpredictable can be. Always surprising (and only occasionally depraved), Pearls Before Swine is one of the sharpest comic strips in newspapers today. So pull up a stool, have a cup of joe, and enjoy.
Anyone who has watched an episode of Sex and the City knows that single urban life is harder than it looks! The fast pace and glossy trappings place a slick sheen on the city's rough side. So what's a girl to do? Laugh about it, of course! Author Alexandra Koslow and illustrator Lysa Hawke's Citybursts! is a hilarious, knowing look at dating, friendship, and beauty treatments in the urban jungle. It's a perfect gift for sophisticated women who love magazines, shoes, and socializing-even if they don't live in the city. Some examples of Koslow's snappy nuggets of wisdom: Magnificent manYou look like runway modelBut you cheat like pig. Been dumped, need to shop now!My emergency funds are hiding-Credit card is a beacon of light. Lingering at the street tableLeave, come back, leave againCome on back and buy the cheap knockoff Everybody's doing it!
This hilarious, irreverent guide to turning 50 provides 101 jokes to initiatethe beginning old-timer. Cartoons.
Flush with delightfully useless--and sometimes even useful--information about sports, movies, music, politics, American and world history, and much more, this book is the most extensive reference guide in the series to date.
The fourth Get Fuzzy collection, "Blueprint for Disaster" delivers all the laughs the comic strip's readers have come to expect, as mild-mannered ad executive Rob and his gentle pooch Satchel deal with the continual mischief of temperamental and power-hungry Siamese Bucky.
Mischief, thou art afoot. -Will Shakespeare Bart King is the author of The Big Book of Boy Stuff and The Big Book of Girl Stuff. A longtime middle school teacher, Bart lives in Portland, Oregon, where he invents new sock designs and plays in a kazoo jazz quartet.
We Were Here First is the declaration from Wanda and Darryl MacPherson to their three small children, as they hide in the closet for one precious second of "alone" time. In the day-to-day world of sippy cups, diapers, tantrums, and spit-up, life can get pretty crazy!
There is a perfect drink for every situation. So what should you drink tonight? It depends . . . Are you stalking your ex? Try a pisco sour. Drowning out the ticking of your biological clock? A bee's knees will do. Spoiling for a vicious brawl with your dearest loved ones? A tipperary helps you get there. Sinking into debauchery underneath the mistletoe at your boss's holiday party? A presbyterian, what else? "How to Booze" has all the answers on what to drink when. Armed with nearly one hundred iconic recipes, useful facts on technique and ingredients, and more than enough advice to get you into trouble, you will now know just the right drink for the occasion--and how to prepare it like a professional.
The New Yorker" is, of course, a bastion of superb essays, influential investigative journalism, and insightful arts criticism. But for 80 years it's also been a hoot. Now a sampling of its funny writings can be found in this satirical, witty collection.
People of the male persuasion could become lost in a gray area of androgynous expressions. Sheets or linens? Shoes or pumps? Is it ever OK to say bye bye or scrumptious? There are words that a real man just doesnt say, everwords that make women cringe, and turn romantic dates into playdates. Here is a list of these words99 of them, to be exactland mines to sweep from the masculine vocabulary.