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[[ Download Epub ]] è Bucky Katt's Big Book of Fun: A Get Fuzzy Treasury á Darby Conley s previous two books, Blueprint for Disaster and The Get Fuzzy Experience were New York Times best sellers People read cartoons for different reasons Some are taken by the visual elementThen there s the people who want it to be funnyDarby gets both Scott Adams, creator of Dilbert Get Fuzzy collections are flying off the shelves And Bucky Katt s Big Book of Fun, the second full color treasury of the outrageous antics of Bucky, Satchel, and Rob, is sure to attract readers of the strip voted Best Comic Strip ofby the National Cartoonists SocietyBehold the world of Get Fuzzy Meet Bucky Katt, the Siamese smart ass who coexists under protest with Satchel Pooch, the sweet tempered shar pei Lab mix, and Rob Wilco, the human who keeps the refrigerator stockedEach day in newspapers around the world readers visit the place where cats, dogs, and humans meet and learn a little bit about each other not necessarily by choice By turns hilarious, poignant, and even human, Get Fuzzy is the smartest, funniest comic strip in newspapers today When I was working in any of the many bookstores where I was employed and I did not want or have the time to read my current book, I would grab one of these collections to read on my too short break I slowly but surely worked my way through several series These are great time killers and will usually improve your mood no matter how hectic the day Laughter can be the best solution to dealing with the public. Get Fuzzy is a comic strip that fascinates me There s a sensibility to it that s distinctly different fromtraditional strips The setup is fairly conventional Rob Wilco is a bachelor who works in advertising He lives in an apartment with his dog, Satchel, and his cat, Bucky So far, this could just as easily be Garfield But what sets Get Fuzzy apart from most other strips is its sense of humor Darby Conley uses a muchcharacter based style than most The strip is less about tradi Get Fuzzy is a comic strip that fascinates me There s a sensibility to it that s distinctly different fromtraditional strips The setup is fairly conventional Rob Wilco is a bachelor who works in advertising He lives in an apartment with his dog, Satchel, and his cat, Bucky So far, this could just as easily be Garfield But what sets Get Fuzzy apart from most other strips is its sense of humor Darby Conley uses a muchcharacter based style than most The strip is less about traditional gag a day jokes andabout throwing his cast into situations that they can react to Satchel is loveable but clueless Bucky is scheming but ineffectual And Rob tends to waver between bemused and exasperated by the exploits of his well, technically they re pets, but they actlike a cross between roommates and children depending on the situation Add in a dollop of geek humor and just plain odd references Rob is a rugby fan, for instance and you have a winning combination The first few Get Fuzzy strips I ever read, I was like, What IS this But once you catch the rhythm of Conley s humor, it becomes addictive It s also nice to see, in this age of Dilberts and Garfields and Pearls Before Swine, some art with actual detail in it for a change There are, like, actual backgrounds in these strips I thought that was out of fashion or something I m mildly irritated by a line from the back cover copy that begins, This full color collection of Get Fuzzy strips Sure, black and white are technically colors, but it s only the Sunday strips that have actual reds and greens and everything not that any sane person familiar with newspaper comics in general would expect differently but still Anyway, Get Fuzzy is an excellent strip, and this collection is well worth your time Recommended 12th book read in 2015.Number 406 out of 440 on my all time book list.Follow the link below to see my video review 12th book read in 2015.Number 406 out of 440 on my all time book list.Follow the link below to see my video review I really enjoyed this book as I usually do when it comes to these Get Fuzzy comics I was just a little disappointed though that only the first 128 pages were of new material that I had not read while the last half was page for page what I read a few weeks ago in another book.