Complete Far Side

ISBN-10: 0740721135
ISBN-13: 9780740721137
Edition: 2003
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Book details

List price: $175.00
Copyright year: 2003
Publisher: Andrews McMeel Publishing
Publication date: 9/1/2003
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 1272
Size: 10.50" wide x 16.00" long x 4.25" tall
Weight: 19.492
Language: English

Let the fanfare begin! The crowning glory of Gary Larson's cartooning career and the publishing event of 2002 is brewing right now in The Far Sidereg; laboratory, and what a masterpiece it will be. Surpassing the standards of any luxury art book, this sumptuous, full-color, two-volume slipcased set will feature custom-milled paper and an elegant design, making it an automatic collector's edition. o Every single Far Sidereg; cartoon (4,081 to be exact) will be included by year, including more than 1,100 that have never been published in a book. o Gary Larson is writing a comprehensive introduction to the book , original essays to kick off each of the 14 chapters, and random annotations throughout. o The wild 'n' crazy Steve Martin shares his pithy thoughts on The Far Sidereg; in "The First Word." o Fan letters, outraged letters to the editor, and snippets of reviews are sprinkled throughout. The Far Sidereg; holds a unique place in the history of cartooning, one that makes it incomparable to any other comic. Far Side fans are like no others; six years after its end, they still clamor for calendars and books, as reflected in phenomenal lifetime sales: more than 40 million books and 60 million calendars have been sold.o

Gary Larson was born on August 14, 1950 in Tacoma, Washington. Larson is the genius behind The Far Side, the popular cartoon panel that has been named the Best Syndicated Panel in both 1985 and 1987 and was awarded the Max & Moritz Prize for Best International Comic Strip Panel by the International Comic Salon. He is has also received the Reuben Award for Outstanding Cartoonist of the Year from the National Cartoonist Society in both 1991 and 1994. Larson has published 20 other Far Side books as well as There's a Hair in My Dirt: A Worm's Story, a non-Far Side related story.

Steve Martin was born in Northumberland in the far north of England. After graduating in English, he spent many years teaching English to adults - including 15 years teaching literacy in prisons. Steve now lives in the English Midlands, with his wife and two sons and makes his living from a wide range of writing including children's non-fiction, business communication and developing e-learning materials.

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