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Sam Backhouse's Big Book of Random Crap (Book 2) By Sam Backhouse
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Sam Backhouse returns with his second 'Big Book of Random Crap' which took nine months to produce. Laugh at L'il Shrimp cartoons, roar with laughter at Rude Dog cartoons, piss yourself laughing with... More > Pissed off Snowman cartoons and snigger at Supermarketman cartoons, the superhero who fights supermarket crime with a Tesco bag as a cape. And this is not all... oh no, there is a lot more to look at in this book, such as poetry, short stories and doodles. Note: Book is unsuitable for children. Certified 15.< Less
Talk About The Passion: Modern Adventures In Retro Pop Culture By Ben Baker & Tim Worthington
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Over 130 pages of in-depth articles, facts, quizzes and fun starring - David Bowie and his pal The Laughing Gnome, - The Beatles in mono, - Fun on Sesame Street, - A beginner's guide to... More > Godzilla, - The rise of the early 80s's Video Nasties, - Frank Sidebottom and Chris Sievey's ever-growing comic legacy, - Viz Comic's most controversial moments, - A look at U.S sitcom favourite Newsradio, - Ribald rubber latex lampoonery in Spitting Image, - My Bloody Valentine make a load of bloody racket... lots more on British comics, puppets, cheapo movies, TV pilots and beyond! Perfect for lovers of pop culture everywhere.< Less
In Lighter Vein.. By KISHOLOY ROY
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This book is a collection of cartoons sketched by the author between 1998 and 2003. A very significant time period for India since a lot changed in this country as far as its social structure and... More > values are concerned. This collection titled In Lighter Vein.. by an Indian basically focuses on the various characters of the Indian population through five mini series viz. Wow! That’s India, Take it easy Chaps!, Unreliable Indians, Hello Ministers! and Jobs, Interviews Etc. There are various events and plots that have been sketched which were extremely contemporary during the time period of 1998 and 2003. Simultaneously there are also issues sketched in this collection that are extremely relevant and bothering for the country even today. The collection is supposed to be accepted by people across all age groups since the plots/issues of a majority of the cartoons are known and hence they can clearly see the humor element in them.< Less

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