Pizz has his own branded style developed from apprenticeships at the Ed Roth garage. Now a resurgence surging onwards into the shrine of his own altern universe. This is an a-z for little people (and adults) a pot pouri of a make believe world. Instead of A is for apple, A is for altered, coupled with a picture of a hot rod.
Propaganda fodder for the younger generation to escape the vagaries of Disnefication as Micky Mouse, Sleeping Beauty and the other comods are safely put to bed. Meanwhile they pile themselves high in Argos waiting to be unleashed each Xmas. Junior 2's room is awash with intelligent toys bought by relatives, whilst unbeknown she prefers cardboad boxes and pens as the staple of her daily activities. Interestingly she has also taken a shine to Daddy's music collection whether for good or for evol.
File this with the Simpsons and Spongebob as essential entertainment for YP to grab onto the rungs to climb into a make believe world of Andersen and Grimm fairytales, stripped of kitsch. This book fits into the oeuvre and it is good to see a "children's" book appealing to all generations, hahahaha.
The visuals accompanying the alphabet are visually stunning, hot rods/babes, V8 engines, bikers, monsters all in stunning Pizznikolor. The shapes of the imagination are created instantly in young minds. Why wait for years of unremitting unpleasantness to discover forbidden worlds? Why not jut go there as n act of joy rather than escape?????