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Wondermark: Clever Tricks To Stave Off Death Hardcover – 28 Apr 2009

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Hilarious 9 Sep 2009
By Joseph P. Madigan - Published on
Format: Hardcover Verified Purchase
I ordered this on a lark; the cover picture and title struck me as funny. As it turns out, this book is hilarious! It's nice to have it laying around, as you or anyone else can just flip it open, take a moment to read a comic, and get a good laugh. Even my 80 year old grandma is nuts for this series!
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Woohoo! More Wondermark (the best comic strip ever, if you didn't know). 30 Jun 2009
By Kelsey May Dangelo - Published on
Format: Hardcover
Collection of the funniest, wittiest, cleverest, most bizarre and profound comics ever. Victorian illustrations with Monty Pythonesque, surrealist, humor. Can't go wrong with this. Grade: A+
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Wonderful! 30 Oct 2009
By K. Goldstein - Published on
Format: Hardcover
A wonderfully unique and hilarious comic, with enough extras to make the book worthwhile even if you already read the strips online. Yay!
Not exactly one of a kind, but king of the hill 13 Dec 2014
By Joshua Davis - Published on
The "clip-art comic" is not exactly new, but the ease of slapping together something with Photoshop and adding a caption has spawned quite a few webcomics in the clip-art or similar vein. David Malki! (the exclamation point is part of the name) is not one of the wannabes, but the real thing. The art has been carefully curated for a certain Victorian style, with a not infrequent splash of steampunk. This is all merged together very seemly in the final product, and part of the joke of Wondermark often lay in this art. On top of this, the comic writing is top notch and hilarious, with a playful, light tone, sometimes poking fun at our pretensions, sometimes just telling a zany story.
Not Your Cookie Cutter Humor Book 9 Jan 2010
By B. Gorshe - Published on
Format: Hardcover Verified Purchase
Not since Edward Gorey has a modern humorist used the style of 19th century art so successfully. In fact, I find Clever Tricks much funnier and better drawn than Gorey. The humor is fresh and modern. The art is painstakingly rendered. It's full of quirky marginal notes and a game. If I had the artwork for the Moooooooooon strip I would frame it and put it on my wall.
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