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Bob the Angry Flower: Dog Killerby Stephen Notley
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Combining the politics of The Boondocks, the surrealism of Zippy the Pinhead, and the pop-culture madness of The Simpsons, Bob the Angry Flower is an edgy, trenchantly political, and achingly funny comic strip. Whether hes building killer robots, running for pope, or just getting creamed at 20 Questions, Bob is locked, loaded, and ready to destroy the Earth—unless theres something good on TV. Bob the Angry Flower: Dog Killer is exactly what disaffected teenagers, jaded grownups, disgruntled geeks, and Peter Pans of all ages have been waiting for: a flower with a brilliant mind, a bipolar temperament, and the attention span of a five-year-old loaded up on sugar and Saturday-morning cartoons.
This first U.S.-published collection of Canadian cartoonist Stephen Notleys syndicated masterpiece is a crazed love letter to monster movies, petty demagogues, and vegetarian tyrants alike. Unpredictable, original, and wholly outrageous, Bob is coming to America—and not a moment too soon.
Combining politics, surrealism, and pop-culture hilarity, Bob the Angry Flower is an edgy, trenchantly political, and achingly funny comic-strip character. Whether he's building killer robots, running for Pope, or getting creamed at 20 Questions, Bob is locked, loaded, and ready to destroy the earth—unless there's something good on TV. This collection of syndicated comic classics, the first to be published in the United States, is unpredictable, original, and wholly outrageous—perfect for disaffected teenagers, jaded grown-ups, disgruntled geeks, and Peter Pans of all ages.
About the Author
Stephen Notley is a cartoonist who has published four previous Bob the Angry Flower collections, including Coffee With Sinistar, Everybody vs. Bob the Angry Flower, In Defence of Fascism, and The Ultimate Book of Perfect Energy!!! He lives in Seattle.
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