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The Complete K Chronicles
by Keith Knight
The K Chronicles is a weekly syndicated strip based on the author's life. This book gathers together hundreds of K Chronicles comic strips over several years.
Paperback, 510 pages
Published August 5th 2008 by Dark Horse Comics
(first published July 30th 2008)
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This is the amazingly hilarious bio-fiction strip the K-Chronicles in one giant phone book sized editon! True, it is a bit large to leave next to the toilet for the unsuspecting to peruse, but it is worth it to be able to read the strips in all their detailed blown-up grandeur. Keef, our humble narrator, leads us through the trials and tribulations of being a black male East Coast transplant in San Francisco, embracing his love of Michael Jackson, grooving out on the stage as a singer in his ban ...more
Yeah! Finished it. This is a massive collection of one of the most hilarious cartoonists working today. It has a great mix of political satire, race commentary, slapstick, and just plain weirdness. But what's the best about Keith Knight is his focused yet hyperactive style, that makes his work look like the most genius doodling you've ever seen. First and foremost, he draws some of the most funny images and gags imaginable, and often sneaks in little jokes and goofy stuff in the corners of panel ...more
Collecting every prior-released book of the hilarious, opinionated autobiographical comic strip into one massive tome, "The Complete K Chronicles" is a great read for anyone who enjoys slice-of-life comedies, political cartoons, race relations, sheep, immature humor, enormous black markers, weird hair squiggles, dreadlocks, colon exhibits, Star Wars, Boston...
Keith Knight is one of the most interesting cartoonists still working in newspapers. This is a collection of his weekly semi-autobiographical strip, The K Chronicles. It's generally insightful and funny, but he's also not afraid to address sad and depressing subjects seriously on occasion. His art is wonderfully fluid and conveys his ideas and his tone very well.