Comics for a Strange World: A Book of Poorly Drawn Lines. Reza Farazmand

3 of 5 stars

This is a creative book. The neat thing is that the book comes with its own logic set. If you read the introduction, you will learn why kitty cats smoke, birds converse and dogs are concerned with life insurance. It is cute, creative and fun.

It is simply not strange enough for our tastes. Such is humor. Some will enjoy until LOL becomes an accepted norm. Others will become itchy and possibly bored and do a neighbor's laundry, or something.

We are sorry. It simply isn't our style. Again, sorry. We like the idea of animals cavorting, conniving, conversing and smashing things to the earth. But, we are more hard-core, as one would surmise.

Oh, and Comics for a Strange World has some overly salty language too. Yeah, we do not love that. No.

About the Author:

Reza Farazmand lives and draws in San Francisco. He started putting his comics on the Internet in college at, and was soon surprised to learn that this activity could make for an actual career. His work has since been featured in and around such places as television sets, websites, magazines, and now this book. When he's not writing or drawing, Reza enjoys drinking coffee and looking at things on screens. He is generally a pretty good guy.

Paperback: 208 pages
Publisher: Plume (October 24, 2017)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 0735219885
ISBN-13: 978-0735219885
Product Dimensions: 7 x 0.4 x 7 inches
Shipping Weight: 13.1 ounces

Vital Link: Amazon
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