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Jamie Goes to the Doctor: Not Based on a True Story,

The thing about this story Is… This is not based on a true story. That would be crazy. Just like

#LoveMUTTS: A MUTTS Treasury

In MUTTS, Patrick McDonnell strikes a delicate balance between lighthearted fun and responsible social commentary through the exploits of Earl

Lonely At the Top

Android Users : Read it everywhere and anytime with the Amazon Kindle app ( free download in the Android Market.

Popeye Classics Vol. 5

Re-presenting the classic Popeye comic book series that debuted in 1948 by Bud Sagendorf, the long-time assistant to creator E.C.

Marmaduke: Walking Adventures (UDig)

Humans aren’t meant to fly, but that’s often what they do when they walk a certain exuberant Great Dane. Come along

Evil Penguins 2: Armageddon

They’re back… and even badder than before. Reviews for EVIL PENGUINS:“A fun and breezy read. Anie channels The Far Side

Marmaduke: Master of the House (UDig)

It’s nice to come home after a long, tiring day, collapse in your favorite chair and relax with your dog. Only,

Lucky Luke – Volume 20 – The Oklahoma Land

On 22 April 1889, the American government opened the new Oklahoma territories to settlement. In this volume, Lucky Luke acts

Hockey Daze

Hockey Daze hockey cartoons celebrates 25+ years of hockey hilarities. Come inside and enjoy the lighter side of hockey along

Cafe Adam: An Adam@home Collection

Like a hot latte on a cold, rainy day, Café Adam is sure to warm the hearts of comic readers

The Student Machine

WARNING: Do not read this to your children! They may get ideas… Written for an adult audience, this comically dark

Walt Disney’s Mickey Mouse Vol. 9: Rise of the

Time traveler Eega Beeva is introduced in the latest collection of the Mickey Mouse newspaper strip. Plus Mickey and Eega team up

Pewfell in Welcome to Spirekassle

Welcome to the city of Spirekassle, home to inept wizard Pewfell Porfingles and his wife, Tina the Warrior Princess. Pewfell’s

Oscar: In the Beginning

Oscar: In the Beginning, is the initial series of 48 cartoons from the genesis of the panel cartoon, “Oscar” created

AIEEYAAA! Learn Chinese the Hard Way: The English-Chinese

Don’t be fooled by books which promise you that learning Chinese is “easy”, “easier”, “simple”, or “instant”. Learning Chinese is

Henry Speaks for Himself

What is it about odd-looking comic strip characters that catch the public’s attention? Carl Anderson’s classic comic strip character Henry

Bill the Sociopathic Flying Monkey

A pseudo children’s humor book. Bill is a sociopathic flying monkey who likes do mean things to the other forest

I’m So Pregnant: An illustrated look at the ups

The Girlfriends’ Guide to Pregnancy meets Lobster Is the Best Medicine in this collection of funny illustrations that perfectly depicts

Ward Dizzley’s 100% True Life Action Adventure

Hold on to your hats, it’s Issue #2 of Ward Dizzley’s 100% True Life Action Adventure Comics Digest! If you’re

A Toast to a Talk-Show Host

Flip through the pages of a tribute book to the legendary talk-show host David Letterman and laugh. Fans, friends, family,

Ale y Lelita 2 (Spanish Edition)

¡Más de 300 tiras cómicas originales a full color!“Ale y Lelita” cuenta las divertidas experiencias de una pícara niña mientras

Tails Don’t Lie 2: A Pack of Dog Cartoons

A dog’s tail is incredibly versatile. They use them to communicate everything from the furious, full-body wiggling “I’m so happy

Big Top

“Harrell’s work combines pop culture, innocence, friendship, and some of the seamier side of the circus background that only adults

God is Cool: Another Twist to the Winding Path to Enlightenment

A 114 page book of refreshingly funny illustrations and quotes about the Spiritual path, all emerging from the creative pen

Minnie The Westie: The Adventures Of A West Highland

Meet Minnie the Westie… A little bit naughty, plus a big dose of cuteness: that’s Minnie, a cartoon West Highland

Dude: The Big Book of Zonker (Doonesbury)

This breathtaking volume boldly, cheerfully, and blankly stares back across the stunningly mellow life and times of Zonker Harris. From

Garfield Rounds Out: His 16th Book (Garfield Series)

On a diet or swallowing a lasagna whole, he’s still the same lovable Garfield. Getting in over his scruffy neck

Wax Twin

Melt into the bittersweet world of Wax Twin. Explore the universe with an apathetic astronaut. Stand before the knight of

Dragon Puncher Vol. 2: Dragon Puncher Island

We know the Dragon Puncher is a heroic warrior kitty in a robot battle-suit. But who is this new fierce

Peanuts Vol. 4: Good Ol’ Charlie Brown

THE FOURTH VOLUME IN THE CLASSIC CHARLES SCHULTZ PEANUTS COLLECTION! PEANUTS and its creator, Charles M. Schulz are arguably the

The Elderberries

The only cartoon strip to focus on life after kids, pets, and a career, The Elderberries is Hogan’s Heroes set

Tall Tales

Tall Tales was an innovative newspaper strip syndicated internationally by the New York Herald Tribune from 1957–1963. Whereas newspaper strips

John Stanley: Giving Life to Little Lulu

This is a deluxe, full-color, coffee table book biography; the first of one of America’s greatest storytellers. It’s filled with beautifully

The Best of Shoe

40 years of beaks, beers, and bird brains. From the three-time Pulitzer Prize-winning editorial cartoonist Jeff MacNelly comes the very

Weiss Cracks

Weiss Cracks, how it began: Upon moving to Palm Springs in the summer of 2012, standup comedian Richard Weiss hooked

Alex and Tim’s Big Bad Book of Petty Punny Puns:

Now on Sale! (normal price $7.89) Veteran Pioneer Press illustrator Tim van Ness (baseball guy: the book) teams up with

The Art of Archie: The Covers

Archie’s new hardcover art book is a beautifully-designed celebration of over 70 years of comic book covers featuring America’s reigning

Garfield Out to Lunch: His 12th Book (Garfield Series)

The perfect holiday gift for fans of the lasagna-loving fat cat! When food is your life, it’s hard to think

I Finally Graduated from High School (Jim’s Journal

After more than 10 years and six books, including the national bestseller “I Went to College and it was okay,”

Barnaby Vol. 3

The long-lost comic strip masterpiece by legendary children’s book author Crockett Johnson (Harold and the Purple Crayon, The Carrot Seed),

Ferociously Close to Home: A Close to Home Collection

Ferociously Close to Home delivers McPherson’s trademark take on the absurdities of everyday life. To say that his solutions to

Go Fish

The debut collection of Mr. Fish’s searing and hilarious political cartoons, featured in Harper’s, truthdig.com, and elsewhere.

I Have A Dick. Now What?

This book removes the mystery from masculinity. Within it’s pages, fully-illustrated lessons explain everything from the best ways to unhook

Desperate Households: A Stone Soup Collection

Capturing the riotous and exhausting life of working mom Val Stone and her extended blended family . . . Jan

Krazy & Ignatz: 1937-1938: Shifting Sands Dusts

George Herriman integrated full spectacular color into Krazy Kat in June, 1935. The gorgeous evolution continues in our second color

Walt Disney Uncle Scrooge and Donald Duck Vol. 6: The

Using Gyro Gearloose’s super solvent, Scrooge “digs” a tunnel straight to the Earth’s core… and risks destroying the world in

Garfield Bigger and Better (Garfield Series Book 30)

With Garfield, you can feed an old cat new snacks! But our lovable ball of fur will take the leftovers, too!

Close to Home Unplugged: The Second Close to Home Anthology

The ninth collection from the series, set in a humorously skewered version of reality, features comics from three previous collections,