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Zippy Annual 2003
     

Zippy Annual 2003

by Bill Griffith
 

Zippy's ongoing love affair with Brand X America, in all its faded roadside glory, takes him to the "Neon Boneyard," Barnum's sideshow, Japan, Levittown, and the early 1900s. Plus a politically incorrect take on the Iraq War.
Everyone's favorite wise guy with the conical pate is back! Zippy Annual 2003 collects approximately a year's worth of strips (October

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Zippy's ongoing love affair with Brand X America, in all its faded roadside glory, takes him to the "Neon Boneyard," Barnum's sideshow, Japan, Levittown, and the early 1900s. Plus a politically incorrect take on the Iraq War.
Everyone's favorite wise guy with the conical pate is back! Zippy Annual 2003 collects approximately a year's worth of strips (October 2002-October 2003), including full-color Sundays, and spotlights Zippy's ongoing love affair with "Brand X" America in all its faded roadside glory. Travel to the "Neon Boneyard," P.T. Barnum's sideshow, Japan, Levittown, and the early 1900s. Most notably, there's a gaggle of politically incorrect strips featuring Zippy & Griffy's take on the Iraq War, including several satirical potshots at New World Order strategists Donald Rumsfeld and Paul Wolfowitz. Are we having a searchable database yet? Includes an informative "Pindex" of comments and notations from behind the scenes at Zippy Central.

Editorial Reviews

The Onion
“Zippy Annual 2003 offers the most concentrated dose yet of Griffith's ruminations on how marketing has become both an American religion and one of our most reliable sources of art.”

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781560975632
Publisher:
Fantagraphics Books
Publication date:
01/19/2004
Series:
Zippy the Pinhead Series
Pages:
128
Product dimensions:
8.60(w) x 11.10(h) x 0.50(d)

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Meet the Author

Bill Griffith is the artist behind the legendary weekly comic Zippy. Griffith's prolific output has been included in such publications as the Village Voice, National Lampoon, and the New Yorker. Along with Art Spiegelman, Griffith co-founded the influential anthology Arcade and is credited for coining the popular phrase, "Are we Having Fun Yet?" He currently lives in Connecticut with his wife, the cartoonist Diane Noomin.

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