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Zits Sketchbooks #10: Pimp My Lunch

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"You must have a camera in my house!" That's the comment Jerry and Jim get most often from readers of their comic strip. And it's probably because Zits is the best depiction of life with a teenager since, well, ever!Pimp My Lunch: Zits Sketchbook No. 10 Zits chronicles the daily lives of a teen in a way that's not done in the popular media-with respect. "Having teenagers in the house is like having a front-row seat to one of life's great passages," says Jim Borgman. "Zits tries to respect that period by taking a sympathetic view of all the players involved-the parents, as well as the kids."

We like to think of Zits as the antidote to all of the bad stuff you read about teenagers today," adds Jerry Scott. "Many people believe that modern adolescence is all about gangs, guns, drugs" etc. Zits gives a different view of the teenage experience "where, for most kids, relationships, friendships, school, and sports are the stuff of daily life.

Zits levels the playing field and often causes (gasp!) communication to occur between kids and their parents. Appearing in over 1,200 newspapers worldwide, this enormously popular comic strip has been a staple since it was first syndicated in 1997.

Synopsis:

"You must have a camera in my house!" That's the comment Jerry and Jim get most often from readers of their comic strip. And it's probably because Zits is the best depiction of life with a teenager since, well, ever!Pimp My Lunch: Zits Sketchbook No. 10 Zits chronicles the daily lives of a teen in a way that's not done in the popular media-with respect. "Having teenagers in the house is like having a front-row seat to one of life's great passages," says Jim Borgman. "Zits tries to respect that period by taking a sympathetic view of all the players involved-the parents, as well as the kids."

We like to think of Zits as the antidote to all of the bad stuff you read about teenagers today," adds Jerry Scott. "Many people believe that modern adolescence is all about gangs, guns, drugs" etc. Zits gives a different view of the teenage experience "where, for most kids, relationships, friendships, school, and sports are the stuff of daily life.

Zits levels the playing field and often causes (gasp!) communication to occur between kids and their parents. Appearing in over 1,200 newspapers worldwide, this enormously popular comic strip has been a staple since it was first syndicated in 1997.

Synopsis:

"Zits" chronicles the daily lives of a teen in a way that's not done in the popular media--with respect. Appearing in over 1,200 newspapers worldwide, this enormously popular comic strip has been a comic staple since it was first syndicated by King Features in 1997.

About the Author

Jerry Scott, the writing side of the duo, is also cocreator of the renowned Baby Blues strip. In 2002 Jerry was awarded the National Cartoonists Society's Reuben Award for Outstanding Cartoonist of the Year. He lives in Malibu, Calif., with his wife and two daughters.

Jim Borgman earned the 1991 Pulitzer for Editorial Cartooning, and is the only cartoonist to win the National Cartoonists Society's Best Editorial Cartoonist Award four times. Jim is married, and draws Zits in the middle of a six-lane freeway of teenage activity (he has four) in Cincinnati, Ohio, where he also finds time to draw for the Cincinnati Enquirer.

Product Details

ISBN:
9780740754432
Author:
Scott, Jerry
Publisher:
Andrews McMeel Publishing
Author:
Borgman, Jim
Subject:
General
Subject:
Comics & Cartoons
Subject:
Form - Comic Strips & Cartoons
Subject:
Comic books, strips, etc.
Subject:
Humor-Cartoon Comics
Subject:
Cartoons
Copyright:
Edition Description:
B102
Series:
Zits Sketchbooks
Series Volume:
10
Publication Date:
October 2005
Binding:
TRADE PAPER
Grade Level:
General/trade
Language:
English
Illustrations:
Y
Pages:
128
Dimensions:
9 x 8.5 in 10.5 oz

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"Synopsis" by , "You must have a camera in my house!" That's the comment Jerry and Jim get most often from readers of their comic strip. And it's probably because Zits is the best depiction of life with a teenager since, well, ever!Pimp My Lunch: Zits Sketchbook No. 10 Zits chronicles the daily lives of a teen in a way that's not done in the popular media-with respect. "Having teenagers in the house is like having a front-row seat to one of life's great passages," says Jim Borgman. "Zits tries to respect that period by taking a sympathetic view of all the players involved-the parents, as well as the kids."

We like to think of Zits as the antidote to all of the bad stuff you read about teenagers today," adds Jerry Scott. "Many people believe that modern adolescence is all about gangs, guns, drugs" etc. Zits gives a different view of the teenage experience "where, for most kids, relationships, friendships, school, and sports are the stuff of daily life.

Zits levels the playing field and often causes (gasp!) communication to occur between kids and their parents. Appearing in over 1,200 newspapers worldwide, this enormously popular comic strip has been a staple since it was first syndicated in 1997.

"Synopsis" by , "Zits" chronicles the daily lives of a teen in a way that's not done in the popular media--with respect. Appearing in over 1,200 newspapers worldwide, this enormously popular comic strip has been a comic staple since it was first syndicated by King Features in 1997.
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