This is the second DORK trade paperback, collecting issues 6-10 and is considerably stronger and funnier than the first. There's only one Murder Family story in the whole book, which to my mind is a definite plus (Don't get me wrong. They're funny and all, but get a bit repetative after about the third installment), and 2 brilliant episodes of the Devil Puppet's College of Invisible Knowledge (pure genius!). This volume also includes the semi-famous issue 7, which is essentially Dorkin's nervous break-down commmited to paper. Remarkably honest and moving stuff, which a lot of readers will be able to connect with. I would seriously reccommend this book to anyone interested in comics. If you've never read Dork before, pick up this volume first.