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Wondermark: Beards of our Forefathers (Collection of Wondermark Comic Strips) [Hardcover]

David Malki

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15 July 2008 Collection of Wondermark Comic Strips
Dark Horse Comics is proud to present this handsome hardbound collection of David Malki's Ignatz-nominated comic strip Wondermark. One of the Internet's new generation of self-syndicated comic creators, Malki repurposes illustrations and engravings from 19th-Century books into hilarious, collage-style comic strips.

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5.0 out of 5 stars A lot of off-beat fun 8 July 2008
By crashmstr - Published on Amazon.com
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I've been reading the Wondermark strip for about a year or so, and I've really been enjoying it. I love the weird humor in the strip, and this book really captures the spirit of the comic, puts it through a printing press (painful, I know!) and delivers it to your door in a handy travel size!
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Hysterical 9 July 2008
By G. Dickens - Published on Amazon.com
The type of book that makes you laugh so loud and so painfully that your wife repeatedly asks "what is it?" The bonus material -- "deleted" strips, guest comics, a long-form story -- don't hurt either.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A splendiferous tome of scholarly import 16 Dec 2008
By Mark Ricketts - Published on Amazon.com
While I enjoy reading the works of Mr. Malki online, there is nothing like the tactile sensuality one feels when holding his book in ones hot little hands. Not only is this pulchritudinous publication filled with Mr. Malki's delightful WonderMark strips, but it also contains, from nook to cranny, many distracting visual treats, curious asides and humorous tidbits. It is a beautifully designed, masterful work and I recommend it without reservation.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Bravo, Sir, Bravo I say. 12 July 2008
By Hieronymus K. Babbage - Published on Amazon.com
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Bravo, I say!

Like all of Shelley's poetry, the works in this volume impose something of a pre-postmodernist matrix of assumptions about the nature of incipient reality upon the reader -- assumptions, I might add, not properly appreciable by those unfamiliar with the lovely depredations of absinthe or the glory of beards. As a proud possessor of several sprouted facial whiskers myself, I found myself deeply moved throughout.

If you can't have William Blake croon gentle poetry into your ear, this, then, is the next best thing.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A New Classic of Facial Horticulture 10 July 2008
By M. Trent - Published on Amazon.com
Why, not since Madame Pomphrey's Illustrated Guide to Tuberculosis have I read such an astonishing and informative reference of import. I especially enjoyed the sections covering historical taxonomies of beardography as it related to the Industrial Revolution and the invasion of the Gaxxian Armada in 1789. Any persons not having read this new classic should be stripped of their beard in full view of their childhood sweethearts. Also, they should not be allowed any soda at the box social.
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