This book collection reprinting the Studs Kirby material from Neat Stuff in the 1980s proves what a prescient satirist Bagge is once again: in it, a hot-headed, alcoholic, right-wing talk-show host rants against our world's evils, several years before Rush Limbaugh, Morton Downey Jr. and others burst on the national scene. Bagge's warts-and-nothing-else portrait of Studs is one of his greatest character creations of all time and some of his funniest work ever. Classic stories collected here include "Studs Kirby Gets Drunk by Himself," "Studs Gets Cable TV," and many more wrenching tales of urban excitement. Peter Bagge has been getting it done with his irreverent cartooning style since the '80s and he just won't stop!
"...makes Archie Bunker look like Mr. Rogers." – High Times
"Sick, sad, and very, very amusing." – Melody Maker
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