How is the squid? - A book of food cartoons
With deadpan humor that combines sneaky social satire with clever wordplay, New Yorker cartoonist Jack Ziegler has inspired paroxysms of laughter...
With deadpan humor that combines sneaky social satire with clever wordplay, New Yorker cartoonist Jack Ziegler has inspired paroxysms of laughter for the last three decades. And now this serves up his most delicious and satisfying comic fare: 125 tasty morsels about food culture and consumption. The cartoons in this hilarious book some of them never published before include a conversation about the market at a local tavern ("I took one look at the price of coffee futures this morning and decided to reinvest in the stability of beer"), a fish psychiatrist offering sage counsel to a fish patient ( Has it ever occurred to you just to say, Hey, I quit. I don't want to be part of the food chain anymore'? ), and a culinary face-off between René Magritte and Betty Crocker. These cartoons, the author promises, will make readers so sick with laughter that they won't be able to eat for a week.
Autor@: Ziegler, Jack
Encuadernación: TD - Tapa dura
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