More Cartoons That Will Send Me Straight To Hell [NOOK Book]

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The second in the "Straight To Hell" series of cartoon books by that side-splitting cartoonist Dan Collins continues where the first book left off, and keeps that crazy train barreling down the tracks. If you like your cartoons to come from left field and leave you asking “Where does this guy come up with this stuff?!” then this ebook should be in your library.
Dan covers all the hot-button topics per usual, such as: politics, religion, aliens, and things people do in dimly lit...
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More Cartoons That Will Send Me Straight To Hell

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Overview

The second in the "Straight To Hell" series of cartoon books by that side-splitting cartoonist Dan Collins continues where the first book left off, and keeps that crazy train barreling down the tracks. If you like your cartoons to come from left field and leave you asking “Where does this guy come up with this stuff?!” then this ebook should be in your library.
Dan covers all the hot-button topics per usual, such as: politics, religion, aliens, and things people do in dimly lit rooms when they think the authorities aren't watching. He also touches on such assorted subjects as: lawyers, liberals, Lincoln and lost dogs. Not to mention: Mickey Mouse, Moses, meat dresses and Mr. Orgasm. We could go on for the rest of the alphabet, but rest assured that if there is a joke in it, Mr. Collins has probably thought of it.

He's been a professional cartoonist for over 34 years in magazines, newspapers, and greeting cards, creating well more than 12,000 individual pieces of ink-laced hilarity. His work has appeared nationally and around the world in venues of all kinds, both print and on the web.

His work appeals to persons young and old, liberal and conservative, rich or poor, smart or dumb, alien parasite co-opted and normal humanoid. His humor finds the weak point in your funny bone and exploits it for monetary gain and free beer when he can manage. We can safely guarantee that you'll want to buy him a few rounds after reading this book. Cheers!    
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940014749848
  • Publisher: Fun-E-Books Publishing
  • Publication date: 4/27/2012
  • Series: Cartoons That Will Send Me Straight To Hell , #2
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 19 MB
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Meet the Author

Dan Collins has been drawing cartoons for a living since 1976. When he's not drawing, he likes to fish and play guitar (muskies and the music of 70s acoustic duo Batdorf and Rodney are his favorites, respectively), though he has been known to catch a bass and play Chet Atkins fingerstyle at times.
He's a Capricorn and likes a cup of cider and warm book on a snowy day. Unless he's out shoveling the driveway, and then he likes a snow shovel.
He likes to take long walks and sometimes people wonder where the heck he went and what's taking him so long to get back. He's a devoted humanitarian and volunteers at the home for old seafarers, where he throws saltwater in their faces for nostalgia’s sake (certainly not for laughs).
He's a loving and caring father and grandfather, and equally to the family on the west coast that the family on the east coast has no knowledge of at all.
He hopes that someday he will be remembered as perhaps the greatest living cartoonist known to man, and also the richest one. Young cartoonists will look to him as a source of inspiration and the cute girl cartoonists will hang around and fawn and make googly eyes toward him. And if none of that comes to pass, then he hopes that he wakes up in his large silk bed in his (modest, mind you) castle to find that it has all been just a bad dream and he is indeed rich and famous. The end.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 6, 2012

    For the sample

    I got the sample. Its gay. Its only 4 pages

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