Buddy Does Jersey (1994-1998) (Vol. 2) (Hate)

Collecting the legendary Buddy Bradley stories that defined a generation.At the end of Buddy Does Seattle, with his rock-impresario career in tatters, his friends dispersed, and his career opportunities at zero, Buddy had decided to return with his tail between his legs (and his neurotic girlfriend Lisa on his hands) to his native New Jersey. Buddy Does Jersey collects all 15 issues of Hate...

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Apocalipsis Friki

Perry, un programador informático introvertido, y Gordo, un free-lance que entre otras cosas se dedica a hacer de camello, residen en Seattle y deciden ir a pasar un fin de semana a la montaña. en medio de este entorno idícilo les sorprende un apocalipsis nuclear perpetrado por Corea del Norte y tendrán que pasar por mil y un peripecias para tratar de sobrevivir en un entorno completamente diferente del que estaban...

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Yeah!

Move over, Josie and the Pussycats!At last, a girl-centered comic book that actually appeals to girls (and eventheir parents)! Co-created by comics living legends Peter Bagge (Hate) and GilbertHernandez (Love and Rockets), Yeah! is a unique masterpiece of all-ages fun.Originally published as a nine-issue comic book series from 1999-2000 by DC'sWildstorm imprint, this all-ages gem (approved...

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Hate, Vol. 2

It's Volume II of "Hate," the greatest comix chronicle of slacker life. Buddy Bradley lives in Seattle in the midst of the dot-com bubble and grunge. He shares an apartment with the near-sociopathic Stinky and the seriously maladjusted George. Stinky nags Buddy into managing a crappy and inexplicably popular rock band while George scribbles in his notebook and fantasizes about AK-47 rampages. Occasionally, there is regretful sex with the insane...

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The Best of Neat Stuff

Peter Bagge was born on December 11th, 1957, and raised in Peekskill, New York, about 40 miles north of New York City. While enrolled in the School of Visual Arts in New York City in 1977, Bagge discovered underground comics, and the work of R. Crumb in particular turned what had initially been only a vague interest in cartooning into a passion.In the early '80s Bagge co-published three issues of COMICAL FUNNIES (1980-81), a New...

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Bat Boy

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 Stewart and Secretary of Defense Li'l Kim) and other craziness.

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Buddy y Los Bradleys, Vol. 1

Meet the Bradleys, America's most dysfunctional family. Yes, even more dysfunctional than the Simpsons, though it's no surprise that Groening has cited the Bradleys as an early influence on his hit TV show. The best-selling humor cartoonist of his generation--the Bradleys remain Peter Bagge's most enduring creation. Created during the 1980s, this family for the ages has its roots firmly planted in All In the Family's Bunker family and MAD...

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Studs Kirby

Radio talk jock Studs Kirby is the voice of impotent white man anger in Seattle. Fired for being "politically incorrect" (this was apparently written before the rise of Rant Radio), Studs has nothing to do but get drunk and spew bile on his friends/enablers until his "big" comeback. This is relatively minor work by Peter Bagge, but few writers are better at uncovering and understanding the common human weaknesses behind reprehensible fronts....

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