Kyle Baker Cartoonist by Kyle Baker

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Mind-shatteringly hilarious gags and short stories by the legendary cartoonist Kyle Baker. Includes "The Bakers", a 40 page cartoon about the author's family, home, and the tribulations of parenthood. Winner of the 2005 Eisner Award for Best Writer/Artist Humor! That must be funny!
 

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Kyle Baker's hilarious cartoons have appeared an numerous Magazines, Newspapers, and in movies and TV shows.
 
Published May 31, 2004 by Kyle Baker Pub. 128 pages
Genres: Comics & Graphic Novels. Non-fiction

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Baker returns to the genre scene with his first book-length narrative since Why I Hate Saturn (1990), the clever sendup of the downtown bar and dating scene of 1980s New York that became an underground comics classic.

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This second volume of adventures featuring the late Dave Stevens’s skyward bound hero is a wonderful testament to the enduring legacy of the Rocketeer.

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But David is both lucky and good, and as the scriptures remind us, Saul fails time and again to kill him before the pious but dim David realizes what Saul is up to.

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The Truth ), Baker also contributes to dozens of magazines where his wit, edge, satirical flair and ability to twist any and all subject matter make his work a standout.

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Why I Hate Saturn – A fine sample of Baker's earlier work, it's a strange adventure tale about a curmudgeonly young woman, but the heart of the book lies in Baker's knowing, bitingly funny dialogue and humor about the relationships between men and women.

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Kyle Baker is indeed a cartoonist … one of the best of them.

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