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Goodnight Grandpa: the 7th Candorville Collection By Darrin Bell
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The 7th collection of the syndicated comic strip "Candorville" by Darrin Bell. Lemont's written a memoir, but when Susan gets to the part where Lemont explains how he and the demon La... More > Llorona accidentally caused the end of the world, Susan questions his sanity. Also, can couple’s counseling fix Lemont’s dysfunctional relationship with his television? After discovering she was Phil Anders' “other woman,” will Susan give the jerk a second chance. or will she find true love thanks to the sure-fire Date-a-Dude.com profile Lemont writes for her? When Susan runs afoul of the cops in Arizona, can she talk them out of deporting her to Mexico? Plus, Lemont’s political blog explodes, but can he win the war at home where it's his need for a good night’s sleep vs. his baby boy’s pathological need to jump on the bed all night long? And lastly, Lemont accompanies a 94-year-old World War II veteran on his final journey.< Less
Does the Afterlife Have Skittles? - The 6th Candorville Collection By Darrin Bell
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The 6th collection of the syndicated comic strip "Candorville" by Darrin Bell. Can Lemont make time to interview President Obama’s evolving position on gay marriage and Syria’s... More > vicious dictator, even while he’s suing an evil vampire for custody of their son in a court run by the vampire’s own mother? Will he be derailed by nepotism, by the incompetence of his six-year-old attorney, or by the testimony of his former roommate from the insane asylum? Back home, Lemont’s "One That Got Away" Facebooks him after 14 years, but her mountain of secrets threatens to spoil their second chance at love. Meanwhile, Susan’s boss decides to join the War on Women, and Lemont accompanies Osama Bin Laden, Steve Jobs, Whitney Houston, and Trayvon Martin on their Final Journeys to the afterlife. And all along, two homeless street philosophers have a strange conversation while they wait by the side of a city road, for *something.* Candorville delivers biting social & political satire to daily newspapers nationwide.< Less
Katrina's Ghost: The Third Candorville Collection By Darrin Bell
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The 3rd collection of Darrin Bell's comic strip "Candorville," which runs in major newspapers across the U.S. Follow the hilarious exploits of an African-American blogger, a gangsta rapper... More > and a Latina advertising exec trying to get their piece of an American pie that might've been left out of the fridge a little too long. After one too many humorous rejections from the New Yorker, Lemont starts his own blog. But will a breaking scandal force him into the spotlight before he's ready? Will his unbelievable interviews with Hurricane Katrina survivors land him a Pulitzer, or a padded room? And why are socially-awkward Federal agents watching his every move? Meanwhile, C-Dog devises a half-dozen shameless ways to raise funds to publish his new CD. But can he kill off his newfound conscience before it destroys his misogynist street cred? And how can Susan Garcia win her promotion if she's so busy keeping an eye on her backstabbing assistant and living in denial about Lemont's life-shattering secret?< Less
Katrina's Ghost: The Third Candorville Collection By Darrin Bell
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The 3rd collection of Darrin Bell's comic strip "Candorville," which runs in major newspapers across the U.S. Follow the hilarious exploits of an African-American blogger, a gangsta rapper... More > and a Latina advertising exec trying to get their piece of an American pie that might've been left out of the fridge a little too long. After one too many humorous rejections from the New Yorker, Lemont starts his own blog. But will a breaking scandal force him into the spotlight before he's ready? Will his unbelievable interviews with Hurricane Katrina survivors land him a Pulitzer, or a padded room? And why are socially-awkward Federal agents watching his every move? Meanwhile, C-Dog devises a half-dozen shameless ways to raise funds to publish his new CD. But can he kill off his newfound conscience before it destroys his misogynist street cred? And how can Susan Garcia win her promotion if she's so busy keeping an eye on her backstabbing assistant and living in denial about Lemont's life-shattering secret?< Less