By common consensus, Peter Bagge is the funniest cartoonist of his generation. Bagge is probably best known for the 1990s comic book series Hate, which followed the exploits of the slacker ne'er-do-well Buddy Bradley (and managed to show probably the truest representation of Seattle during the "grunge" boom and bust). But the Buddy Bradley saga is only a small part of Bagge's oeuvre, which saw its first glory days in R. Crumb's Weirdo Magazine (which he edited for several issues) and continues to expand to this day as he appears in Reason, MAD, Discover, and the Weekly World News.
"American satirical cartooning at its most inventively hilarious." – Publishers Weekly
"Sheer genius." – Maximum Rock N Roll
"Folk hero Buddy Bradley, from Bagge’s seminal 1990s comic series Hate, defined and transcended grunge-era slackerdom." – Playboy