Comics for a Strange World: A Book of Poorly Drawn Lines by Reza Farazmand

By Reza Farazmand

Absurd comics for our absurd instances, from the artist in the back of the wildly well known webcomic Poorly Drawn Lines.

In his keep on with as much as the New York Times bestselling Poorly Drawn Lines, cherished webcomic artist Reza Farazmand returns with a brand new selection of comics that hilariously skewers our sleek age. Comics for a wierd World takes readers via time, house, and exchange realities, reuniting fanatics with favourite characters and proposing them with much more weird and wonderful eventualities. a toddler is arrested for plagiarism. A squirrel adapts to human society by means of deciding to buy a mobilephone phone—and a gun. And an previous guy stocks thoughts of the net along with his granddaughter (“A giant community of thousands of idiots. jointly, the idiots created unending shitty principles. It used to be a real renaissance of shit.”). on the planet of Poorly Drawn traces, not anything is simply too bizarre or too outlandish for parody.

Featuring 50% fresh content material along the most renowned comics of the prior yr, Comics for a wierd World is the fitting antidote to life’s absurdities.

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