Bat Boy: The Weekly World News Comic Strips by Peter Bagge

Bat Boy The Weekly World News Comic Strips by Peter Bagge Collected for the first time in one deluxe hardcover edition Peter Bagge s Bat Boy strips which ran in the Weekly World News for two years are filled with all the insanity inanity and cartoonish

  • Title: Bat Boy: The Weekly World News Comic Strips by Peter Bagge
  • Author: Peter Bagge
  • ISBN: 9781600108969
  • Page: 425
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Collected for the first time in one deluxe hardcover edition, Peter Bagge s Bat Boy strips, which ran in the Weekly World News for two years, are filled with all the insanity, inanity, and cartoonish humor you d expect from a team up between Bagge Hate and the Bat Boy beloved See Bat Boy attain the office of the Presidency alongside adopted First Lady Martha StewartCollected for the first time in one deluxe hardcover edition, Peter Bagge s Bat Boy strips, which ran in the Weekly World News for two years, are filled with all the insanity, inanity, and cartoonish humor you d expect from a team up between Bagge Hate and the Bat Boy beloved See Bat Boy attain the office of the Presidency alongside adopted First Lady Martha Stewart and Secretary of Defense Li l Kim and other craziness.

    One thought on “Bat Boy: The Weekly World News Comic Strips by Peter Bagge”

    1. Kind of disappointing, a bit too silly and self-indulgent for my own liking. It might have worked better in small doses, as it was being serialised, that as a collection. Only for Bagge's die hard fans.

    2. Well, this was fun. Bagge did this satirical strip for a couple of years, taking the famous/notorious Weekly World News character on amusing adventures--through the presidency, engagement to Beyonce Knowles (who turns out to be half-Sasquatch), to being King of America and various other silly situations, with an excellent sense of rhythm, aping the structure of a comic strip perfectly. Hard to say whether the whole WWN approach to "news" is part of what Bagge mocks here, but it sure feels like i [...]

    3. Siguiendo en la sintonía de la última recomendación, sobre la obra de Robert Crumb, les comentamos que ya pueden conseguir en el local Bat Boy, de Peter Bagge."Recopiladas por primera vez en una edición de lujo en tapa dura, las tiras consagradas al personaje de Bat Boy, de Peter Bagge, aparecen de la mano de La Cúpula. Originalmente fueron publicadas en el desaparecido Weekly World News durante dos años". El personaje fue creado por el entonces editor de la WWN, Dick Kulpa, debutando en J [...]

    4. While not as good as his "Hate" material, or his recent "Other Lives", it's still great to see Bagge working a weekly comic strip. Bat Boy is irresistible, and the plots featuring a Bigfoot Beyonce and others make it well worth a your while to check out.

    5. O me falta cancha con los famosos estadounidenses (aunque tengo que admitir que reconocí a la mayoría) o a este libro le falta chispa. Quizás mitad y mitad, pero lo que es seguro es que me gustó bastante menos que lo poco que llevo leído de Hate.

    6. This was some of his funniest stuff ever! I didn't really know what to expect from the Bat Boy strips, but it had me cracking up. Pop culture comic zaniness as only Peter Bagge can do.

    7. This is my first impression of Bat Boy and I dont get it. Drawings like a 8 year old and story is for sure for an 11 year old. Sorry not my style

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