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by Darby Conley

Download The Potpourrific Great Big Grab Bag of Get Fuzzy: A Get Fuzzy Treasury eBook
ISBN:
0740773674
Author:
Darby Conley
Category:
Comic Strips
Language:
English
Publisher:
Andrews McMeel Publishing; Original edition (September 23, 2008)
Pages:
248 pages
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1115 kb
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1480 kb
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Rating:
4.4
Votes:
101


Other Get Fuzzy Books The Dog Is Not a Toy (House Rule Fuzzy Logic: Get Fuzzy 2 The Get Fuzzy Experience . Take Our Cat, Please! Treasuries. Groovitude: A Get Fuzzy Treasury. Bucky Katt’s Big Book of Fun. Loserpalooza.

Other Get Fuzzy Books The Dog Is Not a Toy (House Rule Fuzzy Logic: Get Fuzzy 2 The Get Fuzzy Experience: Are You Bucksperienced I Would Have Bought You a Cat, But. Andrews McMeel Publishing, LLC.

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This "Get Fuzzy" anthology is a fun, light book. Even when the jokes fall flat, the goofy art carries you over the finish line. Even when the jokes fall flat, the goofy art carries you over the finish line just retreads of what may once, in the author's mind at least, been an amusing finish.

Andrews McMeel Publishing. This is the newest Get Fuzzy Treasury If you love Get Fuzzy, this is 247-pages of mirth

Andrews McMeel Publishing. This is the newest Get Fuzzy Treasury. As always, Bucky Katt is horrible and yet oh so wonderful. If you love Get Fuzzy, this is 247-pages of mirth. I bought one for me and one to give my mom for Christmas.

National Public RadioAs Darby Conley's fourth treasury, this title. I feared that Darby Conley had lost his touch after the previous "Get Fuzzy Treasury; Loserpalooza", which I found to be average and rather mundane compared to his other books

National Public RadioAs Darby Conley's fourth treasury, this title. I feared that Darby Conley had lost his touch after the previous "Get Fuzzy Treasury; Loserpalooza", which I found to be average and rather mundane compared to his other books. This, on the other hand, reminded me why I loved Get Fuzzy after all. Simply brilliant comedy about the life of Satchel Pooch the simple but well-meaning mixed-breed dog, Bucky Katt the megalomaniac cat and Robert Wilco, the single office-worker with a slightly nerdy touch. Put these three characters in the same house, and you have some seriously great humour.

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National Public Radio As Darby Conley's fourth treasury, this title presents strips from I'm .

National Public Radio As Darby Conley's fourth treasury, this title presents strips from I'm Ready for My Movie Contract and Take Our Cat, Please! Named Best Comic Strip of the Year in 2002 by the National Cartoonists Society, Darby Conley's Get Fuzzy takes a keen and witty look at the dynamics of interspecies cohabitation

Get Fuzzy is an American gag-a-day comic strip written and drawn by Darby Conley.

Get Fuzzy is an American gag-a-day comic strip written and drawn by Darby Conley. The strip features the adventures of Boston advertising executive Rob Wilco and his two anthropomorphic pets, a dog named Satchel Pooch and a cat called Bucky Katt. The strip's humor comes from the conflict between Bucky's and Satchel's personalities, which are extreme stereotypes of cats and dogs.

On the Media lauds Darby Conley as "the most successful cartoonist of the new generation." --National Public RadioAs Darby Conley's fourth treasury, this title presents strips from I'm Ready for My Movie Contract and Take Our Cat, Please!Named Best Comic Strip of the Year in 2002 by the National Cartoonists Society, Darby Conley's Get Fuzzy takes a keen and witty look at the dynamics of interspecies cohabitation.Beleaguered ad exec Rob Wilco is the mild-mannered guardian to Bucky, a sharp-fanged, self-absorbed house cat with a penchant for scheming and screenwriting, and Satchel, a gentle laid-back Shar-pei-Lab who frequently finds himself on the receiving end of Bucky's mischief.Inside this fourth treasury, Get Fuzzy fans will follow Bucky's vainglorious pursuit of fame while Rob holds a magazine intervention with Satchel.
  • Thetalune
POTPOURRIFIC puts together the previously-released "Collections" I'M READY FOR MY MOVIE CONTRACT and TAKE OUR CAT, PLEASE. The Get Fuzzy Treasuries are larger-format, 8 1/2" x 11" books; the daily strips are printed in the same nice readable size as in the Collections, the Sunday strips are in color rather than in black and white, and--mostly--printed a bit larger than they were in the Collections. Altogether this contains about a year and a half of the strip (until I actually counted, I had just assumed the Collections were a year's worth and thus the Treasuries two years; not so).

Get Fuzzy follows three apartment-mates: Bucky Katt is a pint-sized megalomaniac egotist with a never-ending stream of world-domination and get-rich-quick schemes. Satchel Pooch is sweet-natured and enthusiastic, if a little dim. Okay, sometimes a lot dim. Rob Wilco is nominally head of the household, though his authority is sometimes undermined by distraction, or stunned disbelief, or a certain degree of nerdiness.

Some of this volume's episodes: Rob does unequal battle with Dull Computers' customer service line; Bucky adds beavers to his enemies list; Satchel is shocked to discover his piggy bank smashed with a hammer (Bucky suggests it was suicide); Rob's back goes out and Bucky seizes control (and takes the opportunity to loot all the electronics); Bucky unwisely challenges Fungo the Ferret to the "brawl in the hall"; Rob's action-figure collection gets converted to a Bucky-Katt-figure collection; the guys vacation in Maine; and the "Darby Conley hurt his drawing arm" interlude features "rejected storylines" and alternative job possibilities for Satchel and Bucky. Chubby Huggs makes a couple of appearances, as does Rob's dad, and for the first time we meet Rob's brother.

In an era when a good many comic strip creators are, shall we say, seriously unambitious as far as their art goes, Get Fuzzy--even though it takes place mostly inside an apartment--is a pleasure visually. Conley's art is detailed and distinctive, he varies viewpoints and 'camera angles', and his use of shading patterns gives the dailies texture and depth. Best of all, he draws his characters with a variety and subtlety of attitudes and expressions that could (and sometimes do) tell the story even without dialogue. Get this book and...Get Fuzzy.
  • Forey
As cat owners, we can relate to Rob - we love our little psychopaths. The midnight freak outs, the biting for no discernible reason, the complete self-absorption. One of our cats is a Bucky, but one is a Satchel too - sweet, trusting, happy, not quite bright. A great cartoon for kids and adults, though I spend a lot of time explaining the social and political contexts to my 10 year old on some of these!
  • Wnex
Get Fuzzy is always great, but quite a few black and white strips were, uh, fuzzy in the Kindle version. That is why I'm giving it a three star rating otherwise it would be five stars.
  • xander
funny
  • Inabel
My grandson loved it
  • Мох
Hysterical! Took me a while to get into the strip but now I can't get enough.This comic Series is like Garfield, but for adults.
  • Kagaramar
great big grab bag of fuzzy fun
again Darb and the boys have produced a must own collection...you can pick up and read at any time and any day and any mood...and laugh your bum off! Go All Blacks (Rugby for those uninformed!)DO you know most New Zealanders are not aware of Mr. Conley;s passion....we need to get this to NZ!