"Whiskey and Pills: The Freshman Chronicles" is a collection of collegiate comics from Phillip Retuta, author of "Sausage-Fest" -- a strip that ran in the University of Illinois's Daily Illini newspaper from the Fall of 2003 to the Winter of 2005. If you've been living under a rock or an even nicer slab of concrete, "Sausage-Fest" is a social satire of college living, the lifestyles of young 20-somethings, and pop culture.
This book contains the first full year of comics, additional artwork, and behind-the-scenes commentaries.
If you're awesome, you'd best be buying it!
"Best Book Bever!" I LOVE THIS BOOK. I like to read and laugh and read this while I'm grilling. I'll Throwdown with anyone who says this is a poor read! Phillip Retuta is the Iron Chef of independent comics! Food Network!
"PHILLIP RETUTA IS A GENIUS!" As a 74-year-old grandmother of 7, I can honestly say that I have never laid eyes upon a more well-crafted comic collection than that of Mr. Retuta. Now even when I'm not experiencing a dimentia flashback I can still relive my college years. I was never incontinent before I bought this book, but I laughed so hard I now have "control issues." Definitely get yourself a copy, and perhaps some adult diapers as well.
"This Book Changed My Life!" I used to be a boozer, user, and a loser until I bought this book. It totally changed my life; now I'm addicted to sausages and slot machines. This book is better than the Bible! Buy three of them!
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