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Everything Can Be Beaten

3.81  ·  Rating Details ·  675 Ratings  ·  8 Reviews
Admirers of the well-beloved Mr. Chancre Scolex should find reason to rejoice in Everything Can Be Beaten which, according to the author, is "based on a completely fabricated true story."
Mr. Scolex devoted his time and talent to writing Everything Can Be Beaten's compelling story, as well as to designing the book's unique layout and the appearance of its complex, multi-fac
Paperback, 24 pages
Published February 2nd 2003 by SLG Publishing (first published August 1st 2002)
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Jul 08, 2011 Mon rated it really liked it
Don't let your kid read it.
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Fans of the disturbingly cynical and surreal, juvenile and violent yet almost borderline drunk philosophical humor of you-know-who, and the artwork of Mr. Scrambly will likely enjoy this, at very least on a superficial visual level alone- if feeling by the end disappointed at finding it too short and simplified. It's pretty much what you'd get if you asked an angry 8 year old boy during a high fever to write out a children's book as fast as he can. Or asked David Firth of the 'Salad Fingers' and ...more
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Aug 13, 2012 Old Man Jenkins rated it did not like it
I was deeply disturbed by this book. For deeply disturbing, it is very well-written. Fans of turbo dark humor and deeply disturbing stuff will probably be deeply disturbed by it, and rate it more than one star.
Aug 11, 2008 Hoby rated it really liked it
It's a little too short and simple.. obviously made a bit chaotically.. but it's a book I've never forgotten. It sticks. It's a wonderfully twisted little story, sure to warp the minds of any who flip through it.
Aug 28, 2007 Lenna rated it really liked it
I rate this highly due purely to the concept and my enjoyment of it. I don't actually remember the book itself all that well.
Dec 23, 2013 Jamie rated it liked it
Disturbing, but in the William Burroughs kind of disturbing. If he were alive today and created a comic book I'm sure it would resemble something like this.
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