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by Joe Martin

Category: History and Criticism
Subcategory: Photo and Art
Author: Joe Martin
ISBN: 0316548596
ISBN13: 978-0316548595
Language: English
Publisher: Little Brown & Co; 1st edition (April 1, 1989)
Pages: 1
Fb2 eBook: 1578 kb
ePub eBook: 1967 kb
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I have three books by Joe Martin including "Unclear on the Concept," "The First Decade" and "Shrink Wrapped. Martin also has other cartoons including Cats with Hands, which is a wonderful anthropomorphic journey.

I have three books by Joe Martin including "Unclear on the Concept," "The First Decade" and "Shrink Wrapped. I love Mr. Boffo comics and bought this without looking at the sample (even though I downloaded the sample). I have one of the older regular kindles, and these comics are too small on the device. So I have comics that I love but can't seem to read them.

Mister Boffo is an American comic strip created by Joe Martin. The strip has been in syndication since June 9, 1986, originally distributed by Tribune Media Services and now distributed by Martin's own Neatly Chiseled Features. The strip's main character is a balding, big-nosed man named Earl who is usually shown as married to a pretty blonde named Nadine and as the owner of a small white "wonder dog" named Weederman

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Unclear on the concept.

The internationally syndicated Mister Boffo comic strip from the years 1986 to 89. Follow the eternally unclear-on-the-concept Boffo and his faithful companion, Weederman, the Wonder Dog, from "It only takes a little bit of greed to get a whole lot of stuff" to "God grant me the serenity to accept the things I cannot change... the courage to change the things I can... and a Red Ferrari..."
Comments to eBook Mister Boffo: Unclear on the Concept
Erennge
I have been a fan of Joe Martin's brilliance since the mid-1980s. I have clipped his cartoons ever since to keep in my files along with my favorites from The New Yorker. Along with Berkeley Breathed (Bloom County, Opus), Gary Trudeau of Doonesbury fame, Gary Larson of The Far Side, Wiley of the ever brilliant and enlightening Non Sequitor, and most recently, Darby Conley of Get Fuzzy (and chosen a few years ago by fellow cartoonists as the best of that year), Joe Martin is not just prolific. He has tapped into some sacred cows for some of his humor including heaven and hell, prisons and executions, marriage, poverty business ... each of his creations is like a small essay composed in one seemingly simple yet, hilarious panel.
The New Yorker has lost a few great cartoonists including Leo Cullum and Charles Barzotti. I would urge their cartoons editor, Bob Mankoff, to seriously consider adding Joe Martin to his stable of artists.
I have three books by Joe Martin including "Unclear on the Concept," "The First Decade" and "Shrink Wrapped." Martin also has other cartoons including Cats with Hands, which is a wonderful anthropomorphic journey.
Super P
I was a little disappointed that this didn't have the classic bit with the headsman observing that everyone always has something to complain about, or something along those lines. But it was filled with a bunch of other Boffo classics, so, you know. Still a win.
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Not too sure how to rate this.
I love Mr. Boffo comics and bought this without looking at the sample (even though I downloaded the sample). I should have.
I have one of the older regular kindles, and these comics are too small on the device. Increasing the font size makes no difference as I guess they're just images, and zooming in does not seem to be an option.
So I have comics that I love but can't seem to read them.
Disappointed as this seems to be a kindle product issue.
Download AND READ the sample first.
Walan
Hilarious
Flash_back
The best comic there is.
Jark
I love love LOVE Mr. Boffo!! One of my favorite comics of all time!
Nuadora
This is a very subversive series of cartoons. It subverts not just your sense of order, but the very post-modern notion that it's not all right to laugh at stupid people. (you did know that, didn't you?) One of the least funny examples is Lewis and Clark's first attempt to find the northwest passage. It shows the toddling off in flip flops with a beach umbrella and a picnic cooler between them. Then there's the billboard that says "finally, a dog food that the whole family can enjoy" and the fella saying to his friend 'what do they mean, finally?' Or the lawyer who tells his client 'This time don't wink at me when you put your hand on the bible'.

But, as with the similarly mordant The Book of Bunny Suicides there's another level of subversion. Check out the joke where the bunny is heading toward the surf at the same moment that all the other creatures on the beach are running in terror from the very obvious shark. Return of the Bunny Suicides. I don't know about you, but there have been times in my life when I've waded in when every sane person was running away. So when one guy in Hell turns to another sufferer and says "Don't forget our secret weapon.........Sarcasm!"or when the guy in the condemned cell says "ok, i'm ready to apologize." we can all have a good laugh-right up until we recognize someone we know. . . .

Lynn Hoffman, author of bang BANG: A Novel and New Short Course in Wine,The
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