Synopses & Reviews
Bro-jitsu is a highly stylized form of physical and mental combat that has been practiced and honed to perfection over countless millennia by billions of human beings who all have one crucial thing in common: annoying siblings. The book breaks down Bro-jitsu into three strategies: offensive moves, defensive moves, and psychological manipulation. Each section delivers step — by — step instructions on performing crucial techniques, from the classic Wet Willy to the inventive Full-Body Defensive Fish Wiggle. No sibling should be without it!
Kung Fu. Tae Kwon Do. Karate. All ancient martial arts that have been around for thousands of years. But there's only one martial art that's existed since the dawn of man, only one that's been trained by billions of brothers and sisters the world over. We're talking about Bro-Jitsu.
From the author of How to Survive a Robot Uprising comes a hilarious, highly informative and completely original guide to tormenting your brothers or sisters. Bro-Jitsu is a tongue-in-cheek encyclopedia of sibling smackdown, from how to most effectively include pro-wrestling moves in a standard bout to executing a full-body defensive fish wiggle, which will get you out of just about any choke hold or tackle. Diagrams and illustrations of the moves will help you in your quest toward Bro-Master status. Let the sibling torment begin
About the Author
Daniel Wilson is a master of Bro-Jitsu, having been an older brother since the age of two. He is also a robotics engineer who earned his Ph.D. in robotics at Carnegie Mellon University. Daniel is the author of How to Survive a Robot Uprising, Where's My Jetpack?, and How to Build a Robot Army. He lives in Portland, Oregon, and blogs regularly at www.danielhwilson.com.
Les McClaine is a freelance cartoonist whose work includes The Middleman (Viper Comics) and the digital comic Johnny Crossbones, which was nominated for the 2005 Eisner Award for Best Digital Comic. His Bro-Jitsu skills were honed from earliest childhood on his older sister. You can visit him online at www.evilspacerobot.com