From the author of the “Doodle-A-Day” comics series, and co-author of “Dorkus and the Affairs of Lord Willing” comes a new collection of cartoons, “Slap Happy Jenkins.” 174 full-color cartoons so wild, they’re guarenteed to drive you completely slap happy!
I’ve known Wes Jenkins for well over 30 years and when I say this is the greatest cartoonist I’ve ever met, obviously I haven’t met many cartoonists. But his stuff is brilliant and I think the guy is a genius. I just wouldn’t trust him with my car, kids, dog, or a matchbook. Please buy his book before he kills again.
Bobby Slayton/ Comedian/actor/author
Wes is one of the seventeen most interesting people I have ever met. His take on the world will make you laugh out loud. If I were you I would buy the book, fill your mouth with milk and then go to a 4th grade science fair and rent yourself out as a volcano.
Doug Kor – Commedian
Slap Happy Jenkins is wonderful stream-of-dada comix commentary from a veteran silly person and cartoonist! Wes Jenkins’ graphic guffaws are perfect for any devotee of the Kliban-Larson-Piraro school of inspired pictorial lunacy! HIGH-ly Recommended!
Dan Fogel, Hippy Comix & Stories, Underground Price & Grading Guide
Wes Jenkins has been an artist for 40 years but he still can’t draw a salary. He has been Creative Director of Lego Island, a writer for Radio Shorts, an Artist for Stanford University and clients from NASA to Zappa and all of the ports between. He currently lives in Austin TX.
1. Silly, trivial, or pretentious talk or writing; nonsense.
2. To talk or write (something) in a silly or pretentious way.
3. A collection of cartoons, stories, adages, illustrations and lies by Norman Dog.
Norman Dog is America’s Most Beloved Cartoonist™, author of Bad Habits, The 37 Cartoons You Should Read Before You Die, and Dr. Doofus. Creator of the weekly comic strip Bad Habits, his work has appeared in Raw Magazine, Spin Magazine, Nickelodeon, The Nation, The Utne Reader, Anarchy Comix, Weirdo, Funny Times. The Chicago Reader, and many other publications. He is the author of cartoon collections Bad Habits, The 37 Cartoons You Should Read Before You Die, Dr. Doofus, and Twaddle.
Dr. Doofus isn’t a doctor, he just plays one in the comics. This comic strip is the story of Fred Clark, who plays the title character in a bad comic strip called “Dr. Doofus”. Watch as he grapples with success, failure, stardom, art, commerce, and bad jokes, in a soul-searing examination of the human experience that rivals Samuel Beckett for hilarity and Ernie Bushmiller for profundity. Originally serialized in the “East Bay Express”, it has been lovingly compiled and reformatted for this exclusive ebook edition.
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