The seventh collection of The Far Side
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Gary Larson lives in Oregon with his wife and a Big dog. Although retired from his job as a daily syndicated cartoonist, he is now turning his graphical talent to new forms of technology.Review:
Larson communicates a great deal of information in a few simple ink lines. The expressions of his characters are vivid and immediately recognisable. ... And with just a strand of beads and a pair of harlequin glasses, he can somehow transfer any animal -a * Los Angeles Times * In an age when black humour is a lost art, Larson's cartoon is an island of insanity, offering us the perspective of a world where the unreal is normal and vice versa. Its message deep down is a dark one- something about taking ourselves too seriously and strutting around as if we own the place. * Rolling Stone *
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Descripción Sphere. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. UNUSED, VERY GOOD, NOT EX-LIBRARY, Tanned edges, Edgewear, 112 pages. The seventh all-new collection of The Far Side!Larsons vision is like no other cartoonists. If a single theme animates his work, it is that man, for all his achievements, is just one species on earth, and not always the wisest or strongest one. His prehistoric cave dwellers and chunky matrons with beehive hairdos and sequined glasses are vulnerable and foolish, while his cows and bears are wise and resourceful. TimeExplain him? No. Explicate him? No. Enjoy him? Yes. God, yes. Just dont o.d. You could die laughing. Stephen KingThe Far Side humor is state of the art.Escondido (Cal.) Times Advocate. Nº de ref. de la librería 7517
Descripción Sphere, 1988. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. book. Nº de ref. de la librería M0751505137