Josh Divine's Ducktown

Josh Divine's Ducktown

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by Josh Divine
     
 

What is Ducktown?

Who are Dorkiss, Junior and Floyd the Penguin? What's wrong with these ducks? To answer these questions you must first enter the mind of Ducktown creator, Josh Divine, and take a wicked ride through this Divine Comedy.

Ducktown never died, its characters just went to Hell.

For the first time ever, Divine's controversial comic strip is

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What is Ducktown?

Who are Dorkiss, Junior and Floyd the Penguin? What's wrong with these ducks? To answer these questions you must first enter the mind of Ducktown creator, Josh Divine, and take a wicked ride through this Divine Comedy.

Ducktown never died, its characters just went to Hell.

For the first time ever, Divine's controversial comic strip is resurrected in one deluxe volume. Read how Ducktown was created and learn the history behind its lovable and cruel characters. Follow the hijinks of Dorkiss, Junior and Floyd as they make their way to the duck underworld.

With a foreword by artist/writer and cartoonist Lalo Alcaraz, creator of La Cucaracha and Jefe in Chief at Pocho Dot Com, this book features guest strips, fan art, early weeklies and serials! This twisted and hysterical tome also includes never before seen portraits by Josh Divine and much more!

Josh Divine's Ducktown will guide you through duck Hell and back again - Abandon mope all ye who enter here - this book is hilarious!

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Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780989631303
Publisher:
Broken Sword Publications, LLC
Publication date:
09/01/2013
Pages:
94
Product dimensions:
8.25(w) x 11.00(h) x 0.19(d)

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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
"Ducktown" is a compilation of Josh Divine's comic strip which had a run in Boulder's Colorado Daily newspaper. The strip received hate mail and even angered one person enough that they made a trip to the paper to yell at someone. And yes, it turns out ducks can be offensive. And sometimes they're gross. Ducktown touches on the parts of life we don't like to study too closely, like domestic abuse, suicide, and death. Moonshine. Joke-telling tumors. Oh, and poop. Did I mention poop? "Ducktown" is raw, it's disturbing and it's hilarious. Some strips made me cringe, some made me smile and most actually made me laugh out loud. I think Oakland L. Childers, a former editor of the Colorado Daily, says it best in the book's introduction section: "...these ducks? Demons. Horrible, wretched demons who you can't help but love, even though you know you're going to Hell for it."