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Alternative Comics' flagship anthology returns with more pages showcasing the best indie, web and zine artists of today's underground. Cover art by Mike Bertino (Trigger). Comics by Theo Ellsworth (The Understanding Monster) & Craig Thompson (Blankets, Habibi), Sam Alden (Eighth Grade), James Kochalka (SuperF*ckers), Sam Henderson (Magic Whistle), Noah Van Sciver (The Hypo), Grant Snider (Incidental Comics), Alex Schubert (Blobby Boys), Andy Ristaino (Adventure Time), and Allison Cole (Never Ending Summer). Inkstuds interview with and comics by David Lasky.
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What kind of whack job would put on a mask and a skin-tight suit and head out into the city after midnight? I mean, what is this guy really up to? What pathology, what perverse proclivity are we dealing with here? Is he fighting crime? Of course not, he’s just going clubbing—and he’s frankly perplexed when the aggressive bar flies & drunks single him out.?? The guy in question is Manx, a costumed cat man. Rich but unfulfilled, Manx goes to Dr. Grippo, a sultry lady shrink from Eastern Europe, to figure out his life. All hell breaks loose when Manx reveals to the amorous Dr. Grippo that he has fallen for Delia, a hottie he picks up on one of his late night excursions.?? Romance! Violence! Weed! Adventure! Alcohol! Twists! All these things abound in Lafler’s charming Cat Suit.
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The new book from the acclaimed author of Guilty, Whatever and The Lodger. Failure collects Karl Stevens' beautifully rendered humorous comic strips from The Boston Phoenix. His slice of life vignettes and surreal anthropomorphic experiments are revealing sketches of urban America and beyond.
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Sam Henderson's 1996 collection of his early mini-comics is revised and available once again. See what his work looked like back when he was poor(er). Henderson's drawing is intentionally crude, but it has the same kind of energy you see in the work of today's best gag cartoonists, whose drawing also tends to be a little basic. Extremely low-brow humor that almost parodies low-brow humor - it's enjoyable on either level.
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The Summer Fun Issue! Sam Henderson returns with another hilarious Magic Whistle. Dirty Danny, The Brube, 'He Aims To Please' and all your favorites are back, plus a bonus strip drawn by Dean Haspiel. Features an 'alternate' cover by Dyna Moe. One of the funniest people in comics is Sam Henderson. Henderson's drawings have the same sort of energy and feel as the classic gag cartoonists, but with a far more twisted take on comedy -- extremely low-brow humor that almost parodies low-brow humor -- it's enjoyable on many levels. Join his regular cast of characters: Dirty Danny, The Brube, He Aims To Please, Robot Duckling, Monroe Simmons, and hundreds of others, for a unique and very funny comic book experience. Over the years Sam has contributed to many dozens of anthologies and produced the comic book Magic Whistle for over 20 years. Magic Whistle was nominated four years in a row for a Harvey Award for Special Award for Humor. His Scene But Not Heard comic appeared in every issue of Nickelodeon Magazine from 1996 to 2010. Sam was also an Emmy-nominated writer of a number of Nickelodeon's SpongeBob SquarePants cartoon shows. His gag cartoons appear regularly in the curiously pink newspaper The New York Observer.
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Harvey Award nominated four years in a row for Special Award for Humor, this is the funniest issue yet! This time you can read Sam Henderson's epic "Paul Purd: The Man With the Biggest P*nis In the World" (don't worry, it's not dirty), plus The Brube, Gunther Bumpus, and more of what you've come to know and love! Sam Henderson is a comic genius and is still the funniest cartoonist working today, no doubt about it.
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The latest issue of the Magic Whistle comic series is actually in a larger, graphic novel format. Sam Henderson comes out of seclusion with the new "annual" format for his long-running, always funny series. He's added a few sketchbook pages and some longer pieces such as the full-color 24-page "The Hamburger Joe Story." Silly, childish, potty-mouthed, very funny. "Now for the Pabst and Fresca chaser!"
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Sam Henderson's one-man funnybook returns to comic book size for the all-new twelfth issue. Featuring Dirty Danny, Lonely Robot Duckling, Monroe Simmons, and a cast of asses. Stories: "This Was Woodstock", "More of the Same", and miscellaneous gags. Guest strips by James Kochalka (American Elf, Dragon Puncher, SuperF*ckers) and Sam Spina. Back cover by Dyna Moe.
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Sam Henderson's funny book celebrates it's 20th anniversary by returning to bi-annual publication! Stories this issue include 'Three Little Fishies', 'The Half Plus Seven Rule' and 'The Origin of Dirty Danny!' Added to Sam's regular hilarity are guest-artists Lizz Hickey and David Goldin.
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The debut graphic novel from the creator of Unterzakhn. Leela Corman's September 2002 graphic novel Subway Series follows the exploits of Tina, a frustrated sixteen-year-old city girl whose affections are divided between two guys. The problem is, one has an out of town girlfriend and the other is a complete jerk. Add to that a cruel adversary whom she once called a friend who's out to humiliate her, and now confused Tina doesn't know which way to turn.
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