The first issue of a new, ongoing series by cartoonist Michael Kupperman, whose cartooning regularly graces the pages of The Believer and The New Yorker, amongst many other publications. This dense comic magazine includes "Uncle Billy's Drunken, Bitter Guide to the Animal Kingdom," new Pablo Picasso adventures, information on sex blimps and sex holes, an opportunity to meet the hot boy band Boybank, cowboys debating whether comics are serious literature, "Cut-out 'n' Play: Soccer Joust!" and much, much more, including games, text pieces, fake ads and more, all presented with Kupperman's inimitable Dadaist sense of humor. Find out why "Triumph the Insult Comic Dog" creator Robert Smigel says, "Kupperman is hysterical, and a real original," while comedian Andy Richter says, "Kupperman writes a hysterically funny comic book!" This is Kupperman's first comic book since his popular Snake 'n' Bacon's Cartoon Cabaret from HarperCollins in 2000.
"No one does giddy surrealism quite like Kupperman..." – "The Best Comics of the '00s," The A.V. Club
"One of the most entertaining comics I've read in years." – Steven Grant, Comic Book Resources
"Folks, this is the funniest thing since Monty Python. I mean it." – Heidi MacDonald, The Beat
"Really funny... Please buy five copies and leave the other four in the back seat for people to read when you drive them to Wal-Mart." – Tom Spurgeon, The Comics Reporter
"My favorite comic of all." – Grant Morrison