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Schizo #3

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The third issue of Brunetti's masterfully crafted, unbelievably nihilistic series of rant-comics tackles the darker side of office life, as your old pal Ivan spits gob after gob of venom at white-collar job culture in the whopping 20-page 4th installment of "Self-Caricature." "Work Equals Degradation" is a mean-spirited, scabrous satire on work, computers, the Internet, photocopiers, snack vending machines, babies, the morbidly obese, co-worker sex fantasies, and the hypocrisy of co-worker interaction. As a special bonus, this story features many cruel, scathing depictions of fellow co-workers. What fun! Plus some all-time terrifically offensive 4-panel gags like "Daddy's a Hooker," "My Mother the Choad," "Gruff But Kindly Old Ass-Huffer," "Queefy," and many others. The depravity and bad feelings just keep coming in "Diaper Dyke and Captain Boyfuck" and "Drugs Are Funny." This book is just as dark as the other two, but we guarantee that if you've ever had an office job, you'll find yourself laughing.

Colors:
black & white
Format:
Comic
Dimensions:
6.75" x 10.25"
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The third issue of Brunetti's masterfully crafted, unbelievably nihilistic series of rant-comics tackles the darker side of office life, as your old pal Ivan spits gob after gob of venom at white-collar job culture in the whopping 20-page 4th installment of "Self-Caricature." "Work Equals Degradation" is a mean-spirited, scabrous satire on work, computers, the Internet, photocopiers, snack vending machines, babies, the morbidly obese, co-worker sex fantasies, and the hypocrisy of co-worker interaction. As a special bonus, this story features many cruel, scathing depictions of fellow co-workers. What fun! Plus some all-time terrifically offensive 4-panel gags like "Daddy's a Hooker," "My Mother the Choad," "Gruff But Kindly Old Ass-Huffer," "Queefy," and many others. The depravity and bad feelings just keep coming in "Diaper Dyke and Captain Boyfuck" and "Drugs Are Funny." This book is just as dark as the other two, but we guarantee that if you've ever had an office job, you'll find yourself laughing.

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