When The Oatmeal.com posted his comic My Dog: The Paradox, which is a loving ode to his dog, Rambo, the comic took off in a blaze of retweets (15,000+) and Facebook likes (586,000+) and was shared over 25,000 times on Facebook within days. The Oatmeal.com now presents this endearing tribute as a very special hardcover gift bo... read more
Murray Ball's "Dog" - the central character in the Footrot Flats cartoon strips - was recently voted New Zealand's best-loved fictional character. Dog has starred in more than 50 Footrot Flats books and now has a book devoted entirely to himself and the "wisdom" that his made him such a lovable character. The Wisdom of Dog fe... read more
We all need a regular laugh to counter all the bad news presented to us every day in the media. Bright and early each weekday more and more people, young and old, across Australia, in the cities and remote bush, are starting the day with Kochie's 'Joke of the Day' on Sunrise. Following in the now established tradition of Joke... read more
Where do we come from? Who created us? Why are we here? These are questions that have sporadically interested people since the dawn of time, but whose answers have continually eluded us. Now in their new book, Jon Stewart and "The Daily Show" writing staff (who include the team behind "The Onion") tackle them and many more wi... read more
Every now and then, "Top Gear's" tame racing driver needs a change of scene, and after a power-lap-packed year that's seen our fearless man in white elevated to bone fide celebrity status, Stig's decided he needs to escape the flashing bulbs of the paparazzi and do something for himself. It's time to hit the tarmac with an Es... read more
|Series:||Garfield (Numbered Paperback)|
The milestone 50th GARFIELD compilation book--with a SPECIAL EDITION ANIMATED COVER! The fat cat returns for his 50th book--a brand-new collection of hilarious strips, featuring Jon, Odie, and all the famous characters in the world of the one-and-only Garfield. Featuring a one-of-a-kind lenticular animated cover!
|Author:||Kevin Bloody Wilson|
A long time ago, a long way from anywhere, in a West Australian mining town called Kalgoorlie, the legend of Kevin Bloody Wilson was born. It all started innocently enough - just a guy with too much time on his hands changing the words to other people's songs, and writing a few of his own, purely for the fun of it. Kev was an... read more
Everyone knows at least one limerick. Here are all the limericks you can remember, and many you can't recall but wished you could - from childhood ones to some very adult ones. Jim Haynes has arranged more than a thousand limericks according to type. Witty and whimsical, childish and charming, linguistic and logical, fair din... read more
Ralph Steadman - artist of distinction, caricaturist of brilliance, long time unsentimental dog-lover - here shows us dogs - everywhere. Dogs in furniture; dog dictators; fashion dogs; blot dogs; beer dogs and wine dogs, bugs that live on dogs and uninvented dogs. Ranging from the fierce and furious to the whimsical and wistf... read more
When the Sex Pistols swore live on tea-time telly in 1976, there was outrage across Britain. Headlines screamed. Christians marched. TVs were kicked in. Thirty years on, all those words are media-mainstream - bandied about with impunity on TV and in the papers. This is the story of our bad language and its three-decade journe... read more
A collection of the very best cartoons of 2010 from the hand of multi-award winning Herald Sun cartoonist Mark Knight. Containing more than 100 cartoons, plus caricatures and other illustrations, the book highlights and reflects on the Australian political and social landscape from a distinctly Knight point of view.
|Author:||Jim Davis, Jr.|
|Series:||Garfield New Collections|
Oink! Oink! Grab a fork and nab some pork! Garfield loves "the other white meat" in all its palate-pleasing permutations: breaded, barbecued, shredded, fried--even frozen (porksicles, anyone?)-- and is sure to satisfy fans' cravings with this latest collection of comics.
|Author:||The Honest Toddler|
Are you a confused parent to a toddler? Are you constantly disappointing the small child in your life? Are you tired, stressed out and looking for relief? This book can't help with the last one but it can help you become a better servant/parent to the toddler at the heart of your world. You'll learn about everything from meal... read more
Learn enough crude swear words, funny insults, and slang sex terms to offend everyone from prudish British ladies to Irish drinking buddies If you're visiting an English-speaking country you have it made--no need to learn a foreign language, right? But once you arrive on the streets, it's clear the language being spoken is fa... read more
Possibly the only drawback about the bestselling How To Be A Woman was that its author, Caitlin Moran, was limited to pretty much one subject: being a woman. In Moranthology Caitlin 'gets quite chatty' about many subjects, including cultural, social and political issues which are usually left to hot-shot wonks and not a woman... read more
Presenting tailored, easy-to-learn phrases for likely and unlikely situations, this sound book covers the basics of Klingon without the risk of one-on-one combat, while serving as an introduction to the cultural norms of this ill-tempered and proud society.
'Human beings fear the unknown. So, whatever's freaking you out, grab it by the balls and say hello. Then it ain't the unknown anymore and it ain't scary. Or I guess it could be a sh*tload scarier' Sam Halpern Soon after Sh*t My Dad Says began to take off, comic writer Justin Halpern decided to take the plunge and propose to ... read more
Richard Glover's deeply skewed stories of everyday life are heard each week on ABC radio's 'Thank God It's Friday'. He creates a world which is both weird and wry--a world in which Henry VIII provides marriage advice, JD Salinger celebrates tap-water and naked French women bring forth a medical miracle. It's also a world in w... read more
This manual is an essential item for any pug aspiring to be a sophisticated, civilized citizen. Pugs play by their own set of rules. When you want them to sit, they stand; when you want them to stay, they go; and when you want them to stop eating that unidentified item on the floor, well...Traditional schools of canine though... read more