Books tagged: Comic Strips & Cartoons

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A Very Stable Genius

By Mike Luckovich


How do you poke fun at a man who’s so absurd he practically satirizes himself? Even two-time Pulitzer Prize–winning cartoonist Mike Luckovich admits it’s been a challenge covering the Cheeto-in-Chief in his internationally syndicated political cartoons. But Mike rose ... Read more

Caricature Cartoon Canada

Edited by Terry Mosher & Terry Mosher

The idea for this collection came from a conversation I had with the great Russian cartoonist Oleg Dergachov, who now lives in Montreal. Oleg told me of a Moscow cartoonist who, on his deathbed, asked that onea of his favourite cartoons be engraved on his headstone. rather than ... Read more

Drawing Conclusions

By Virgil Hammock
By (artist) Michael De Adder

McKenna to Harper, Chrétien to Bush, with a dash of Trudeau and Mulroney.

Michael de Adder is one of Canada's foremost cartoonists, part of a long history of political cartooning that began in ancient Egypt and Rome. The invention of the printing press and the wide distribution ... Read more

Dry Shave

By Rod Filbrandt
Illustrated by Rod Filbrandt

If you like your comic strip characters cute and cuddly, you'll hate 'Dry Shave'. 'Dry Shave' cracks open a hardboiled world of laconic lowlifes, pugnacious palookas, shiftless grifters and demented dames-with a tip of the pork-pie hat to Robert Mitchum. As featured in Vancouver's ... Read more

For Better or For Worse

By Lynn Johnston, Katherine Hadway, and Amber Landgraff

For thirty years, cartoonist Lynn Johnston made daily additions to what would become a monumental body of work: her newspaper comic strip, For Better or For Worse. Chronicling the daily lives of the middle-class suburbanite Patterson family — Elly and John and their children, ... Read more

Four More Wars!

By Mike Luckovich

Sketched by the hand of the most reprinted editorial cartoonist in America, this collection of cartoons takes aim at President George W. Bush, former President Clinton, the United States Congress, the Catholic Church, Tom Cruise, and the Boy Scouts?to name a few subjects of ... Read more


By Jim Unger

Syndicated in more than 800 newspapers, Herman is recognized as one of the funniest comic strips of the past two decades. With an economy of line and a wry, nonchalant humor, this popular strip reveals a hilarious cast of playful pets and misguided animals. This full-color collector`s ... Read more