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  1. Melki Melki says:

    Nuts PDF ✓ Unknown Binding nuts epub, NutsNuts MOBIWhile these strips are not particularly funny, it s quite clear that Wilson has never forgotten his childhood It s all here the horrors of school, first funerals, summer camp nightmares, special Christmas presents, annoying relatives, closet monsters, and even the sticky floors in movie theaters How could I have forgotten that I had a good chuckle remembering the time at one matinee when my friend Linda stepped right out of her shoes and we had to pry them off the floor Good times Good, s While these strips are not particularly funny, it s quite clear that Wilson has never forgotten his childhood It s all here the horrors of school, first funerals,


  2. Jon Nakapalau Jon Nakapalau says:

    Nuts PDF ✓ Unknown Binding nuts epub, NutsNuts MOBIReally brought back lots of memories about being a kid and trying to figure out how the world really worked Gahan Wilson is cutting and insightful in his observations.


  3. Bob Fingerman Bob Fingerman says:

    Nuts PDF ✓ Unknown Binding nuts epub, NutsNuts MOBIThe all time greatest comic strip about what it is to be a child, ever Insightful, hilarious, poignant and dripping truth from every panel, Nuts is, was and ever will be in my pantheon of most life altering reads It showed me that comics could bethan just gag driven Beautifully drawn and essential to any library of cartoon books.


  4. Dominick Dominick says:

    Nuts PDF ✓ Unknown Binding nuts epub, NutsNuts MOBIThis is great stuff you might call it Wilson s take on Peanuts the life of the kid through Wilson s macabre lens It was originally published as a one page or half page, actually strip with a handful of longer sequences over several years in National Lampoon, and it s generally hilarious stuff It deals with what kids are really like what they think, want, hope and fear often with stress on the fear Some of the funniest strips, indeed, deal with childhood traumas of various kinds one o This is great stuff you might call it Wilson s take on Peanuts the life of the kid through Wilson s macabre lens It was originally published as a one page or half page, actually strip with a handful of lon


  5. julie julie says:

    Nuts PDF ✓ Unknown Binding nuts epub, NutsNuts MOBII love this collection of comics Gahan Wilson is able to recall childhood moments beautifully, without sentimentality Like, the time you saved and saved and finally bought that submarine model insert anything else here you just had to have Then you got it home and tried to jam those itty little parts together and realized there was no way it was going to live up to your expectations That


  6. Bruce Bruce says:

    Nuts PDF ✓ Unknown Binding nuts epub, NutsNuts MOBIThese cartoons originally appeared in National Lampoon A very perceptive take on what it is like to be a kid I read it every once in a while and it helps me remember what it was like to be a kid myself.


  7. Matthew Matthew says:

    Nuts PDF ✓ Unknown Binding nuts epub, NutsNuts MOBIbeing a kid, from a kid s perspective is rarely captured by adults wilson gets it what is jagging off will it really make you go blind why are grownups so worried about stuff fantastic.


  8. Alex Alex says:

    Nuts PDF ✓ Unknown Binding nuts epub, NutsNuts MOBIThese aren t the funny sort of cartoons, but so the poignant and the grotesque often both Sadly, I don t particularly enjoy that sort of cartooning, nor was this quite the satire of Peanuts I was expecting I suppose this long running strip from National Lampoon s funny pages isof an esoteric and philosophical satire and response than a parody.


  9. Bruce Bruce says:

    Nuts PDF ✓ Unknown Binding nuts epub, NutsNuts MOBIAs grotesquely but realistically magnified by the mind of the child, Wilson portrays the fear and obsessions of childhood along with a few serene moments of happiness An unnamed boy grapples with adjusting to the often incomprehensible world around him It s filled with adult expectations, school, summer camp, friends, relatives, comic books, scary movies and places, imaginary monsters and real death.I about laughed myself sick reading numerous strips My prime example is the strip on page 37 As grotesquely but realistically magnified by the mind of the child, Wilson


  10. Phrodrick Phrodrick says:

    Nuts PDF ✓ Unknown Binding nuts epub, NutsNuts MOBIRemember Nothing you did was right, except that when it was right you were never sure why it was right This may be a comic strip layout, and classic Gahan Wilson comic drawing,


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Nuts Nuts PDF ✓ Unknown Binding nuts epub, NutsNuts MOBIIn this thematically and narratively linked series of one page stories originally published in the National Lampoon s Funny Pages section throughout the s, the master of the macabre eschewed his usual ghouls, vampires,and end of the world scenarios for a wry, pointed look at growing up normal in the real, yet endlessly weird worldWatch as our stoic, hunting cap wearing protagonist known only as The Kid copes with illness, disappointment,strange old relatives, the disappointment of Christmas, life threatening escapades, death, school, the awfulness of camp,and much all delineated in Wilson s roly poly, sensual, delicately hatched line Nuts was partly collected in a now long out of print volume back inThis new hardcover edition reprints every single Nuts story from the Lampoon rescuing over two dozen pages from oblivion and reinstitutes the color in the Christmas and Halloween episodes, and for that matter theD in theD episode I wish to God I d never seen all this space If you don t remember what it was like being a child, this book will bring it all back for good or for ill.

  • Unknown Binding
  • 94
  • Nuts
  • Gahan Wilson
  • English
  • 21 January 2019
  • 0399900624

About the Author: Gahan Wilson

Nuts PDF ✓ Unknown Binding nuts epub, NutsNuts MOBIGahan Wilson was an American author, cartoonist and illustrator known for his cartoons depicting horror fantasy situations Wilson s cartoons and illustrations are drawn in a playfully grotesque style, and have a dark humor that is often compared to the work of The New Yorker cartoonist and Addams Family creator Charles Addams But while both men sometimes feature vampires, graveyards and other traditional horror elements in their work, Addams s cartoons tended to begothic, reserved and old fashioned, while Wilson s work iscontemporary, gross, and confrontational, featuring atomic mutants, subway monsters, and serial killers It could be argued that Addams s work was probably meant to be funny without a lot of satirical intent, while Wilson often has a very specific point to makeHis cartoons and prose fiction have appeared regularly in Playboy, Collier s Weekly, The New Yorker and The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction For the last he also wrote some movie and book reviews He has been a movie review columnist for The Twilight Zone Magazine and a book critic for Realms of Fantasy magazineHis comic strip Nuts, which appeared in National Lampoon, was a reaction against what he saw as the saccharine view of childhood in strips like Peanuts His hero The Kid sees the world as a dark, dangerous and unfair place, but just occasionally a fun one tooWilson also wrote and illustrated a short story for Harlan Ellison s anthology Again, Dangerous Visions The title is a black blob, and the story is about an ominous black blob that appears on the page, growing at an alarming rate, until He has contributed short stories to other publications as well M and The Zombie Butler both appeared in The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction and were reprinted in Gahan Wilson s Cracked CosmosAdditionally, Gahan Wilson created a computer game titled Gahan Wilson s The Ultimate Haunted House, in conjunction with Byron Preiss The goal is to collect keys in hours from the rooms of a house, by interacting in various ways with characters such as a two headed monster, a mad scientist, and a vampiress , objects, and the house itselfHe received the World Fantasy Convention Award in , and the National Cartoonist Society s Milton Caniff Lifetime Achievement Award in Gahan Wilson is the subject of a feature length documentary film, Gahan Wilson Born Dead, Still Weird, directed by Steven Charles Jaffe.