Daringly inventive, Lynda Barry has long been recognized as the creator of some of the most original and intelligent cartoon humor in America today Her latest project is her best yet a wide ranging look at childhood.
The Fun House Daringly inventive Lynda Barry has long been recognized as the creator of some of the most original and intelligent cartoon humor in America today Her latest project is her best yet a wide ranging lo
We decided to have a carnival show and we decided to have it on a day when no one s parents would be anywhere except at work Our main attraction was going to be Things Lighted on Fire Awesome Now, THAT S a childhood well spent Just about all the joys and nightmares of anyone s youth can be found in this collection of cartoons School pictures, paper plate art projects, square dancing in gym class, talent shows, field trips, plastic army men, moving to a new house, bad haircuts, not being invited [...]
Wonderful for being honest about what being a kid is really like Lots of panels I would like to tape to my desk for keeping it real purposes.
Probably one of the finer comic books you ll ever read.
Lynda Barry s books are magic
Entra able historia sobre la relaci n entre un padre y su hija Una exploraci n muy personal sobre las relaciones primarias y como estas afectan nuestras decisiones futuras.
Funny and sadly accurate judging from my own life short illustrated stories from the author s childhood.
This book is a prized book on my bookshelf, as are all the Lynda Barry books.
Some of the best Marlys.
I m not crazy about the two sisters Slightly surreal, so that works, but I don t find them funny or elucidating any sort of wisdom the way her other characters do And I kept getting confused about who was who they look exactly alike and it seemed at first that the same one was always on the same side, then she started moving them around so you d have to go back and re read and look for clues as to which one was which and you couldn t always tell and sometimes you needed to know I liked the Marly [...]
honestly i don t remember shit about this i gave it three stars because it s by lynda barry i like her stuff maybe this is the one where her characters move in with their aunt no idea if you like lynda barry marlys, you probably won t regret reading this sorry, i m the wrong person to ask about graphic novels comics, as a general rule i am just not a visual person.
I miss the revelation of Marlys that I used to get picking up the Village Voice at the library in the late 80s This brought me back with some funny and sad pieces of Marlys world and some from Lynda s I ran across the existence of this collection in Good Reads Yay
a lot sadder and less hopeful than Ernie Pook