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Hardcover, 107 pages
Published March 12th 1983 by Knopf (first published December 1st 1979)
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May 10, 2008 Blair rated it 3 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: Cartoon Dorks
Weird cartoons, in the realm of humor like the works of Piarro. Drawn to represent an old pulp style, in the era of artists like Fletcher Hanks. It's an oddity, but I still think it could've been better, and the humor pushed even farther.
Een hernieuwing van een oude liefde. Heeft eigenlijk veel gemeen met het oude werk van Kamagurka. Onzin, onzin, onzin. Maar wel goed. (****)
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Glen Baxter (born 4 March 1944), nicknamed Colonel Baxter, is an English cartoonist, noted for his absurdist drawings and an overall effect often resembling literary nonsense.
Born in Leeds, Baxter was trained at the Leeds College of Art. His images and their corresponding captions employ art and language inspired by pulp fiction and adventure comics with intellectual jokes and references. His simp...more
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