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Garfield Minus Garfield Free download á 105 Ç It’s Garfield–as you’ve never seen himCome savor the existential adventures of Jon Arbuckle in Garfield Minus Garfield Based on the phenomenon ignited by Dan Walsh’s hilarious and wildly popular webcomic beloved by The New York Times and The Washington Post and hailed as “inspiredPular webcomic beloved by The New York Times and The Washington Post and hailed as “inspired” by Garfield creator Jim Davis Garfield Minus Garfield takes everyone’s favorite fat cat out of th. These are selected Garfield comicsbut without Garfield The text is the same but it's just Jon Arbuckle alone in his house trying to get a date and dreading Mondays The resulting comics reveal Jon to be a pathetic borderline insane man whose existence is meaningless and absurd And then you realize he was talking to a cat all along and that Jon could never hear Garfield's thought bubbles to begin with and so really Garfield has always been a horribly depressing comicdisguised underneath hackneyed lasagna jokes Garfield Minus Garfield removes the comforting one liners and snarky comments of Garfield to reveal some really interesting and often highly disturbing imagesscenes This book is comedic gold and existential genius

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Garfield Minus GarfieldIt’s Garfield–as you’ve never seen himCome savor the existential adventures of Jon Arbuckle in Garfield Minus Garfield Based on the phenomenon ignited by Dan Walsh’s hilarious and wildly po. Book #39 for 2013I've popped over to the G G site on occasion to get a schadenfreudenistic chuckle out of Jon Arbuckle's existential angst so I was already familiar with the concept of removing the sarcastic cat from his own comic strip in order to expose his owner's many vulnerabilities It's really a brilliant demonstration of how the strip is not about its title character at all and I found the commentary from Davis and Walsh who both identified a great deal with Jon uite interesting Placing the focus suarely on Jon is at once hilarious and sadly disturbing I have mixed feelings about this book though both in its general existence and in its specific format Without the book I would just occasionally read one or two of the G G strips at a time I think that is ideal Collecting a whole bunch together like this in a manner designed for scarfing down in a single sitting much the same way Garfield would consume an entire pan of lasagna creates a depressing sense of repetition that makes Jon seem even pathetic than he is That makes it hard to find them as amusing as I once did And I'm not sure I like the original strip being displayed right there at the bottom of the G G strip's page It's nice to have the context so I can compare and contrast Jon's psyche with and without his feline companion But it feels kinda like cheating Or analyzing a punchlineDid I like this book Oh yes And it was a good low stress pick for a book club meeting in the busy holiday season We actually got some good discussion out of it It wasn't a lengthy discussion but it was interesting to hear what things other readers picked up on the most Would I recommend this book to others Yes but with the advice to take small bites and chew slowly I suspect I would have given the book another star if I'd just limited myself to two or three pages a day