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100 Tacomics: The Secular & Apolitical Cartoon Life of Tacoma and Her Moral People(s) By RR Anderson
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The life and satirical opinions of an underground cartoonist in the City of Destiny. Including, but not limited to: - Foreword and writings by John Hathaway of The New Takhoman - Every (best &... More > worst) Tacomic drawn by RR Anderson from 2007 to 2009 - South Sound editorial cartooning reflections by retired oped page TNT editor David Seago - "Mightier than Swords" news story from the Tacoma Daily Index featuring every Tacoma Political Cartoonist - A brief history of Frost Park Chalk Challenge, Chalk Jargon definitions and a boot full of BONUS chalk-art photography appendix - BONUS High-school Proto-Tacomics - BONUS Cartoonists League of Absurd Washingtonians (CLAW) secret society rituals, zine symbolism and writings never before seen! - BONUS A Complete "LEARN 2 DRAW in 3D" 24 Hour Comic Day comic book from the year 2009< Less
History of British Military By Chris Mayhew
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A book covering 200 years of British history in cartoon humour.
Zim's Foolish History of Elmira By Diane Janowski & Eugene Zimmerman
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A beautiful special reprinted edition of "Zim's Foolish History of Elmira" by Eugene Zimmerman. This book was first published in 1912. This new edition includes a foreword by Diane Janowski.
A Humorous History of England By Charles Harrison
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The History of the Nineteenth Century in Caricature By Arthur Bartlett Maurice
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Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book. About the author: Frederic Taber Cooper Ph.D. (May 27, 1864 – May 20, 1937)... More > was an American editor and writer.Cooper was born in New York City, graduated from Harvard University in 1886 and obtained an LL.B. from Columbia University in 1887.On November 29, 1887, he married Edith Redfield in New York. Edith's father Amasa A. Redfield was a New York attorney and author.In 1888, he was admitted to the New York Bar, but promptly abandoned the practice of law. Returning to Columbia, he obtained an A.M. in 1891, serving as an associate instructor of Latin until 1894. Excerpt from:< Less
Literature Companion for Secondary History By Regina Mater
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Selected works spanning the late 18th Century to 1945. A literature companion for the study of history from the French Revolution to World War Two. Includes short stories, poetry and political... More > cartoons.< Less
An Early History of Doombad By Christiane Sasportas
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Moments from the hitherto unknown early life of Doombad revealed in 19 fascinating oil paintings, which together with the brutal text give voice to that distant subterranean wellspring—childhood
The History of John Bull By John Arbuthnot
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John Bull is a national personification of the United Kingdom in general and England in particular, especially in political cartoons and similar graphic works. He is usually depicted as a stout,... More > middle-aged, country dwelling, jolly, matter-of-fact man.John Bull originated in the creation of Dr. John Arbuthnot, a friend of Jonathan Swift (author of Gulliver's Travels) and satirist Alexander Pope in 1712, and was popularised first by British print makers. Arbuthnot created Bull in his pamphlet Law is a Bottomless Pit (1712). The same year Arbuthnott published a four-part political narrative The History of John Bull. Excerpt from: Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book.< Less
A Brief History of the Recent Future By David Manning
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David Manning wrote A Brief History of the Recent Future in the mid 1970s with the idea of satirizing the present by forecasting the most bizarre imaginable future. The result was a "verbally... More > animated cartoon" tracing the evolution of an apocalyptic conflict between proponents of ganic garbage vs those advocating ficial garbage as civilization's final energy resource. Along the way, the tale introduces such absurdities as a credit-system economy; the Bronx Sanitation Air Force; a 3,000-acre rubber-raft island named Carabia; a news toaster that burns headlines onto breakfast bread; and people metabolically transformed by Mango Tango, the core building block of the artificial ecosystem. Resurrected from the past, the book remains, after 35-plus years, a satiric fantasy, now looking back at the odd events nobody knows transpired but brought us to our increasingly dystopian state. Once the harbinger of a future too ridiculous to contemplate, the original bizarre predictions resonate more every day.< Less
Bowel Movements: Modern Art History on the Lavatory By DS Blake
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The history of modern art can be a confusing series of movements and -isms, seemingly almost designed to confuse and alienate the layperson. Bowel Movements cuts through the confusion, offering a... More > guide to the currents and trends, arranged in chronological order, explaining each with reference to one of the most universal of human experiences: taking a dump. This humorous cartoon book contains rude words and pictures. A perfect gift for anyone who loves art, toilet humour or perhaps even both. New edition.< Less

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