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Fuzz & Pluck

$12.95
Out of print

Follow the hilarious adventures of an irritable plucked chicken and a dull but lovable bear in this picaresque romp through a surreal world. Initially serialized in Zero Zero, this masterpiece of fantasy and invention introduced readers to Fuzz and Pluck and sent them on their first journey. In addition to the spiffed-up and revised version of that epic, this book also includes "Fuzz & Pluck in Don Quixote."

View a 4-page preview at Ted Stearn's website!

"Fuzz and Pluck is like Luis Buñuel, Samuel Beckett, Lewis Carroll, and Abbott and Costello having a circle jerk in Ted Stearn's brain." – Kaz

"Ted Stearn's Fuzz and Pluck possess more life and humanity than most humans. Plus, they are ursine and foul and artfully hatched." – Gary Panter

"Fuzz and Pluck is a highly qualified addition to the Fantagraphics roundtable of 'Haute Couture.'" – Chris Ware

"Ted Stearn's farcical tale of a struggle for survival is as cruel as it is funny, as absurd as life itself. This is a remarkable, beautifully drawn book by one of my favorite artists." – David Mazzucchelli

Colors:
black & white
Format:
Softcover
Dimensions:
7.5" x 10"
ISBN-10:
1-56097-331-5
Press Highlights:
   

Follow the hilarious adventures of an irritable plucked chicken and a dull but lovable bear in this picaresque romp through a surreal world. Initially serialized in Zero Zero, this masterpiece of fantasy and invention introduced readers to Fuzz and Pluck and sent them on their first journey. In addition to the spiffed-up and revised version of that epic, this book also includes "Fuzz & Pluck in Don Quixote."

View a 4-page preview at Ted Stearn's website!

"Fuzz and Pluck is like Luis Buñuel, Samuel Beckett, Lewis Carroll, and Abbott and Costello having a circle jerk in Ted Stearn's brain." – Kaz

"Ted Stearn's Fuzz and Pluck possess more life and humanity than most humans. Plus, they are ursine and foul and artfully hatched." – Gary Panter

"Fuzz and Pluck is a highly qualified addition to the Fantagraphics roundtable of 'Haute Couture.'" – Chris Ware

"Ted Stearn's farcical tale of a struggle for survival is as cruel as it is funny, as absurd as life itself. This is a remarkable, beautifully drawn book by one of my favorite artists." – David Mazzucchelli

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