Synopses & Reviews
It's the fifth collection of cartoonist Kaz's alternative comic strip, Underworld
, which has created a cult audience in over ten major markets for over a decade now in papers like The New York Press
and Seattle Stranger
For the first time, this volume will include an all-new 8-page, full color comic story entitled, "A Slice of Eye." Starring Salvador Dali, Kaz takes the painter's surrealist philosophies (paranoia critical method, edible beauty, etc.) and re-imagines them as a wacky screwball comedy. Kaz's use of Dali will come as no surprise to longtime Underworld fans whom have fallen in love with Kaz's Dali-like surreal and absurd re-invention of the classic American newspaper strip.
This is the fifth collection of cartoonist Kaz's alternative comic strip, Underworld, which has created a cult audience in over ten major markets for over a decade now in papers like The New York Press and Seattle's The Stranger (to give you an idea, the earlier collections have all been on the bestsellers list at New York's Shakespeare & Co. Books for months on end). For the first time, this volume will include an all-new 8-page, full-color comic story entitled "A Slice of Eye," starring Salvador Dali
SC, 88pg, PC
A for Po-Mos and a for Punks-- is flat-out funny.
About the Author
Kaz is an Emmy Award-winning graduate of New York City's School of Visual Arts. He has been publishing his Harvey Award-nominated, French Prix Alph-Art-winning strip Underworld in alternative papers across the United States since 1992. His comics and illustrations have appeared in the New Yorker, the New York Times magazine, The Village Voice, and many other places. Since 2001, he has worked on animated television shows such as SpongeBob SquarePants, Camp Lazlo, and Phineas and Ferb. He lives in Los Angeles.