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Penguin vs Polar Bear and Other Ridiculous Cartoons

eBook (PDF), 104 Pages
(2 Ratings)
Price: $3.13
A collection of cartoons by Royston Robertson, all taken from Private Eye, Reader's Digest, The Spectator, The Oldie, New Statesman and other magazines. Some cartoons are satirical, others just a bit silly, and they cover subjects from art to technology, the environment to religion, history to Health & Safety. All human (and inhuman) life is mocked.
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  • By Tim Harries
    Mar 30, 2011
    Here's another excellent addition to my cartoon book collection. ‘Penguin vs Polar Bear (and other ridiculous cartoons)’ by Royston Robertson is 104 pages of gags that have graced the pages of Private Eye, Readers Digest, The Spectator, Prospect and countless other magazines here and abroad. (In the case of the title cartoon, it also featured on t-shirts for a South Pole expedition! Cartoons don’t get much cooler than that. Ha.) A lot of thought has obviously gone into picking the gags for this book and they really are excellent throughout - it’s testament to Royston’s 15 years of producing quality work that none feel like filler. I really liked the way cartoons flowed too - for example, a few pages of mediaeval type gags would lead to a Bayeux Tapestry gag which would in turn lead on to several art themed gags, and so on. Works well I think. There’s even room for a few cartooning clichés - the perennial ‘desert island’ gag is given a fresh and funny slant several times. If you... More > read some of the magazines that use Royston’s cartoons, or regularly check out his blog, you’ve probably seen a few of the gags at some point, but don’t let that put you off purchasing the book. It’s great to enjoy them as a collection, and in my case there were still plenty of cartoons completely new to me. It's hard to pick out favourites, so I won't. Oh, ok then... I particularly liked the ‘Adam names the animals’ gag which makes me smile every time I see it, and the splendidly funny ‘abstract expressionist face painting’ gag. In the forward, Royston hopes that you laugh a lot. I certainly did, so mission accomplished, Mr Robertson!< Less
  • By Gerard Whyman
    Mar 24, 2011
    A great selection of Royston's cartoon work over the years - his stuff appears in magazines ranging from Reader's Digest to Private Eye. Many mirth making gags on display in this neat sized pocket book - it would make an ideal gift for a friend or relative's birthday. It will certainly put a smile on their faces!
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Product Details

Edition
First Edition
Publisher
Royston Robertson
Published
September 29, 2011
Language
English
Pages
104
File Format
PDF
File Size
25.46 MB

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