Pogo

Author: Walt Kelly
Publisher:
ISBN: 9781606998632
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The years 1955–1956 of the famed comic strip are collected; the Sundays are reprinted in color for the first time since their original appearance!

Walt Kelly s Fairy Tales

Author: Walt Kelly
Publisher: IDW Publishing
ISBN: 9781631403651
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Presents a collection of fairy tales adapted by the cartoonist into comic book format, including Washington Irving's "Rip Van Winkle" and Hans Christian Andersen's "Big Claus and Little Claus."

The Facebook Diet

Author: Gemini Adams
Publisher: Live Consciously Pub
ISBN: 9780955465635
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Fifty humorous cartoons answer the question "You know you're a Facebook addict when..." and illustrate the behaviors of social networking excess.

Master Race

Author: Bernard Krigstein
Publisher: Fantagraphics Books
ISBN: 1683960947
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This comics anthology includes Krigstein’s most famous story ― which broke both aesthetic and narrative boundaries ―plus material that’s never been reprinted since the 1950s. In addition to "Master Race,” this volume includes “The Flying Machine” (based on a story by Ray Bradbury). Other stories include: “Slave Ship,” an unpublished science fiction tale that was only discovered in the decades following EC’s demise, “The Monster From The Fourth Dimension,” a horror/science fiction shocker that has never been reprinted since its original appearance in 1954, and other Krigstein crime, horror, war, and science fiction stories covering the full gamut of EC titles, including Tales From the Crypt, Crime SuspenStories, Shock SuspenStories, Aces High, and Incredible Science Fiction.

Liartown

Author: Sean Tejaratchi
Publisher:
ISBN: 9781627310543
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The collected posts of surreal website LiarTown satirizing weird vintage books, albums, posters, and other printed ephemera of pop culture.

How the Hell Did This Happen

Author: P.J. O'Rourke
Publisher: Atlantic Books
ISBN: 1611859514
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With new, updated material, P. J. O'Rourke covers the whole election process from the pig pile of presidential candidates circa June 2015, through his come-to-Satan moment with Hillary and the Beginning of End Times in November 2016, to the current shape of US politics. How the Hell Did This Happen? answers the key question of the 2016 presidential election: Should we laugh or should we cry or should we hurl? (They are not mutually exclusive.)

Whose Man in Havana

Author: John W. Graham
Publisher:
ISBN: 9781552388242
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"A memoir, the purpose of which is to inform, stimulate and, in so far as possible, to entertain those with an interest in the intricacies, confusion, light and darkness of international relations as encountered occasionally at headquarters, but more often in turbulent/exotic circumstances in the field. Three quarters of the book is focused on Latin America and the Caribbean. Other chapters range across Bosnia, the UK, Ukraine, Kyrgyzstan, Palestine and Crete. The methodology is a mix of anecdotal and analytic."--

Economy and the Future

Author: Jean-Pierre Dupuy
Publisher: MSU Press
ISBN: 1628950331
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A monster stalks the earth—a sluggish, craven, dumb beast that takes fright at the slightest noise and starts at the sight of its own shadow. This monster is the market. The shadow it fears is cast by a light that comes from the future: the Keynesian crisis of expectations. It is this same light that causes the world’s leaders to tremble before the beast. They tremble, Jean-Pierre Dupuy says, because they have lost faith in the future. What Dupuy calls Economy has degenerated today into a mad spectacle of unrestrained consumption and speculation. But in its positive form—a truly political economy in which politics, not economics, is predominant—Economy creates not only a sense of trust and confidence but also a belief in the open-endedness of the future without which capitalism cannot function. In this devastating and counterintuitive indictment of the hegemonic pretensions of neoclassical economic theory, Dupuy argues that the immutable and eternal decision of God has been replaced with the unpredictable and capricious judgment of the crowd. The future of mankind will therefore depend on whether it can see through the blindness of orthodox economic thinking.

Walt Disney s Donald Duck the Daily Newspaper Comics

Author: Bob Karp
Publisher: Library of American Comics
ISBN: 9781631406416
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From the Disney Vaults! The early Donald Duck daily strips are collected for the first time ever! The daily newspaper comics premiered on February 7, 1938, and within eight weeks became the all-time fastest growing syndicated comic strip in the world. This premiere volume includes more than 750 sequential daily comic strips from 1938 to 1940 drawn by Al Taliaferro and written by Bob Karp, and reproduced from pristine original material in the Disney Vaults!