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The Perry Bible Fellowship AlmanackA behind the scenes interview by Wondermark's David Malki Also includes an introduction by Diablo Cody. Maybe an extra star for nostalgia since my now wife and I bonded over PBF when we first met and its jokes have become standards around our household especially It's all politics Joel With love anything is possible Certainly one of the funniest comic strips you'll find may I also recommend 'Hark A Vagrant' and 'Julius Knipl' Oh and here's the namesake church in Perry Maine which I randomly passed on a roadtrip in 2012

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Ellowship Spans the entirety of the strip's print run Bonus features include lost strips sketches and. This was waiting for me at the library amongst a pile of books that had come in from my hold list I had totally forgotten about it but when I was looking around at various recommendations of webcomics for the Panels challenge I must've added this one to the list I think it's the title that got me curiousI knew nothing going in and was surprised to find so much funny in these 3 4 panel strips There were a handful I did not get but for the most part I was laughing out loud and really enjoying this book Lots of visual jokes Lots of dark humor which I frickin love There was definitely some lockerroom humor is that the term for humor that references view spoilerpenises boobs and blowjobs hide spoiler

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Free read ✓ The Perry Bible Fellowship Almanack 102 â The second and likely final collection of strips from the award winning comic series The Perry Bible Fellowship Spans the entirety of the strip's print run Bonus features include lost strips sketches and a behind the scenes interview by Wondermark's David Malki Also includThe second and likely final collection of strips from the award winning comic series The Perry Bible F. Real life Mario and Luigi – Mario drowns in a pipe A maths problem on a blackboard in a university like in Good Will Hunting – the janitor writes “boobs” as the answer A kid looks at a magic eye book and spots the illusion – everybody else sees the kid holding thin airWelcome to the world of The Perry Bible Fellowship no clue why it’s called thatNicholas Gurewitch’s strips are like most dailies three to five panels long though his tend to be surreal and dark – but still funnyDice headed soldiers fight domino headed soldiers The dice general says to aim at the soldier on the left then all the domino soldiers fall Some kids build a time machine with a cardboard box – and it works sending them back to the Jurassic period where they’re eaten by a T rex A kid wishes his grandpa was still alive then checks his old rocking chair to see if the wish came true – it did but grandpa’s in his coffin six feet under in the graveyard “Hello Anyone there”Gurewitch is a master of the format producing some brilliant gags that tend to be clever than laugh out loud Like an astronaut gets sucked into a vortex and crashes his ship into his helmet – the visual shows him looking at his helmet where a miniature version of himself is looking at a miniature version of himself crashed on the helmetThere’s nothing too explicit but the subject matter is generally uite adult There are a number of sex jokes and uite a bit of violence too The Adventures of the Man with No Penis has him look at an attractive woman walk by pull out a gun and shoot himself in the headGurewitch is also a very talented artist producing the strips in alternately different styles Some are in colour some in black and white some are painted some in pencils He’s also able to mimic famous artists like uentin Blake Shel Silverstein and Edward Gorey The Unforgiving Tree is a pretty fun strip and his Gorey is spot onThough I laughed here and there the format can be a bit tiresome to read in a collection The beats are usually always the same with one panel setting it up one panel doing something final panel punchline No matter the content predictability inevitably sets inHad this been my first time reading it I’d probably rate it higher but this being my second read it wasn’t as great this time round – I knew what to expect so it wasn’t as surprising Still it’s rare to read actually funny comics and it’s a good book to dip in and out of It’s worth a look and it’s range of subjects means there’s bound to be something to your liking whatever your humour