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80 Aniversarius (80 Aniversarius 2): Queremos tanto a Eduardo del...
by , Andrea Candia Gajá

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Spanish

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Publication Date

February 28, 2015

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<P>Festeja con este libro los 80 años del gran caricaturista de México ¡Te queremos tanto RIUS!</P> <P><B>Festeja con este libro los 80 años del gran caricaturista de México ¡Te queremos tanto RIUS!</B></P> <P>Carmen Boullosa, Cuauhtémoc Cárdenas, Elena Poniatowska, El Fisgón, Fabrizio Mejía Madrid, Guadalupe Loaeza, Guillermo Fadanelli entre otros caricaturistas, escritores e intelectuales, comparten sus anécdotas a propósito del monero más emblemático e importante de México: Eduardo del Río, Rius.</P> <P>Este libro representa una celebración del vastísimo trabajo de Rius, que con sus millares de caricaturas e historietas y un buen ciento libros abrió el horizonte de la crítica y la denuncia a sus lectores, encausando un descontento social que no tenía forma de expresarse.</P> <P>Este valioso esfuerzo editorial es un regalo que sus lectores, quienes han seguido su trayectoria a lo largo de sesenta años, han querido hacerle este 2014, en su aniversario número ochenta. Tres generaciones distintas de fieles lectores, entre escritores, moneros, músicos, políticos y gente de a pie que han disfrutado, aprendido y reído con lo que el autor michoacano ha escrito y dibujado en tiras cómicas o en sus primeros monos sin texto a lo largo de su extensa carrera, siempre con las altas dosis de humor que permean corrosivamente cada una de las páginas de su extensa obra.</P>
PC Allo Allo Allo IQ & PC Truncheon Carrier: Car Crash
by , Krazy Komix

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Language

English

Pages

27

Publication Date

November 24, 2017

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PC Allo Allo Allo IQ and PC Truncheon Carrier are at the scene of a car crash. Contains violence, strong language and adult themes. Adult Comic Strip. WARNING: For adults only.
Ronald & His Radiation Gun: Butterflies & Spiders
by Krazy Komix

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English

Pages

36

Publication Date

August 29, 2017

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Nigel bets Ronald £10 that he cannot go a whole episode without enlarging a pair of boobs. Contains adult themes and rude drawings. Adult Comic Strip. WARNING: For adults only.
49 Excuses for Not Tidying Your Bedroom (The 49... Series Book 1)
by James Warwood

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Language

English

Pages

64

Publication Date

December 15, 2013

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Is your bedroom a tip?... Did you forget to tidy?... Can you hear the sound of parental footsteps getting closer and closer?... Here’s 49 (extremely silly) excuses for not tidying your bedroom!<br /><br />Join the comical adventure of these mischievous kids who will try absolutely anything to get away with not tidying their bedrooms. With an illustration for each haphazard attempt, you're guaranteed to laugh, smirk, and chuckle for hours.<br /><br />Disclaimer: reading this eBook will probably make you giggle, but won't help you get away with having a messy bedroom.<br /><br />Recommended Age: 10+
It Came from the Diaper Pail, Dog eat Doug Volume 2: A Dog eat Do...
by Brian Anderson

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Language

English

Pages

128

Publication Date

November 19, 2014

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What readers are saying about Dog eat Doug:<br /><br />“If you like Calvin and Hobbes, then this is a must read. It is full of ridiculous references and subtle yet very effective humor. I LOVE dog eat Doug.” - Ethan<br /><br />“Love dogs, love kids, this is the comic strip and book for me. Yes there is an homage to Calvin & Hobbes and even Peanuts, but this strip has a charm all it's own and I love it. Even named our dog Sophie.” - Kellie Russ<br /><br />“Page after page of laugh out loud fun. I've been reading about Doug and Sophie for a while and just love their adventures. This is a good read for all ages.” - Ruth Craig<br /><br />“It took a long time to find a comic that could replace Calvin and Hobbes for me.” - Peter Mol<br /><br />“Brian Anderson is a genius. I love his writing and his characters are ever endearing. My only gripe about this second collection of Sophie the Lab, baby Doug and their family is the book ends far too soon - I wish there were more! You can't go wrong with Brian Anderson, his stories and art. Enjoy!” - Banzai<br /><br />In the spirit of Snoopy and Charlie Brown, or Calvin and Hobbes, Dog eat Doug is the cartooning creation of Brian Anderson that follows the daily exploits of Sophie, a cheese-loving chocolate Lab with a nose for the nuances of sarcasm and irony, and baby Doug, a healthy, happy newborn with no concept of jealousy and a limitless curiosity.<br /><br />Together, this dynamic duo adjusts to sharing the spotlight, the toys, and the affections of Mom and Dad, while exploring nature and its majesty, the couch and its cushions, and the cookie jar and its contents.<br /><br />And if you enjoy this collection, you’ll find a link to download another free book of Dog eat Doug, stuffed with dog humor, cats, babies and other lovable animals.<br />
Breakfast Doodles: Volume 1: The Inktober/Drawlloween Edition
by Donovan Scherer

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Language

English

Pages

58

Publication Date

November 07, 2015

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If you like a fix of comic strip monsters, weird creatures, and cats with more depression than their nine lives can handle, then Breakfast Doodles are a great way to start your day, finish it off completely, or just take a break from the monotony of everyday life.<br /><br />Donovan Scherer brings his own unique version of wit and classic cartoon strip sketches to a breakfast table near you, to get you started on your day and make you realize that there’s nothing that scary about the undead or monsters.<br /><br />Each day brings something new as reality and fantasy collide, and then spin out of control in this impressive first collection, which comprises of graphic novel-style artwork and tall tales which can at times be as thought-provoking as they are freakish and outlandish. <br /><br />What better way is there to take time out, enjoy something different and free your mind of rational thoughts? Get yourself a copy of Breakfast Doodles now.
Max und Moritz (German Edition)
by Wilhelm Busch

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Language

German

Pages

69

Publication Date

November 12, 2015

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Wilhelm Buschs unsterblicher Klassiker wurde in alle wichtigen Sprachen und viele Dialekte übersetzt. "Aber wehe, wehe, wenn ich auf das Ende sehe ..." und andere Reime wurden zum geflügelten Wort. Lesen und Wiederlesen macht Freude ...
Blarsle The Arsle: Tales From About Town
by Arlington K. Fauntleroy

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Language

English

Pages

32

Publication Date

September 07, 2015

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Farcical, politically incorrect tales of a cartoon bullfrog (Blarsle) who is a drug dealing, racist child smuggler in a hilarious, dark-humoured, animated picture book.<br /><br />This book recounts Blarsle's encounters with characters of various races, with humorous yet controversial results.<br /><br />This book is not meant for those who are easily insulted.<br /><br />This book is meant only for an emotionally stable, 18+ audience.<br /><br />Visit us at: www.blarsle.com<br />Follow us at: https://twitter.com/blarsle<br />Like us at: https://www.facebook.com/blarsle/<br /><br />
The Best of Pointless Conversations
by Scott Tierney

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Language

English

Pages

123

Publication Date

July 22, 2014

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Pointless Conversations: The Best of Issues 1-6<br /><br />Packed with cartoon laughs, stupid ideas and the utterly ridiculous, this compilation of extracts from the first six issues features the best of Pointless Conversations, as well as some fresh material. The hand-picked topics discussed by the two loveable idiots involve:<br /><br />Is Superman a cowardly alien? (taken from Superheroes)<br /><br />Is Back to the Future's Doc Brown a time travelling psychopath? (taken from Doctor Emmet Brown)<br /><br />What is an ionising bulb, and does it actually harness the power of “awesomeness”? (taken from Lightbulbs and Civilisation)<br /><br />The “evil” Maid Marion, and is a fish in the neck, funny? (taken from The Expendables)<br /><br />Is it really dangerous for pregnant women to sit down? (taken from The Fifth Element)<br /><br />Is using the toilet on Star Trek's Holodeck, bad for your health? (taken from The Big One)
The Book of Biff #1 Target Practice
by Chris Hallbeck

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Language

English

Pages

107

Publication Date

September 25, 2010

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The Book of Biff is a single panel comic about spaghetti, time travel and toast. The strip centers around a child-like mad scientist named Biff who may be part cockroach or possibly an alien.<br /><br />He lives a solitary life in a world that he appears to have all to himself. Not a single word is spoken and no other soul is seen.<br /><br />This collection explores alternate uses for hand puppets, the proper use of an electric tennis ball and the importance of keeping your immovable object dry.<br /><br />105 pages. Full color (on color devices.)

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