Kind of takes all the suspense out of who’s going to win the Eisner Award next year.
This book is a winner on all counts.
It’s a thirty buck book which if price were determined by the amount artistic value, and the amount of time put into it, would be selling for $800.
He’d argue with the description, but the man’s a genius.
I’m not so sure. When he’s not tormenting Kim from the other side of the curtain, that dang Waldo has been haunting me for years too; making me do unnatural things that dismay my friends and family. It’s not always so much fun.
oh man. This made my day. I just love those Waldo books so so much.
I will be getting this. I want to be a part of providing a return on the artistic investment above.
This is great! Thanks Waldo!
Yeah, This is pretty how I gave it to them. Deitch gave it a sneaky, snarkier spin; but what do you expect from a tinhorn wimp like that Staytuned folks……!
Ha. Ha. Ha.
I cannot believe how low The Comics Journal has sunk by allowing that fleabag “review” Deitch’s swell book. Any editor with half a brain should know not to believe a single word uttered by Waldo!
That four-legged bastard still owes me 75 bucks from about 20 years ago at a poker game in Tulsa and I strongly suspect that he is the one who hacked my credit card account.
He’s just pissed because he’s been replaced by a beaver.
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