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Come share the adventures of reporters Spirou and Fantasio, their squirrel Spip, and famous supporting characters such as Franquin's Marsupilami - names as legendary as that of Tintin. 75 years of the finest comic tradition!
The antidote to "Eats, Shoots and Leaves" is an uproarious and very American word book for those who are tired of getting pulled over by the grammar police.
Move over P.J. O'Rourke! From Al Franken, America's premier liberal satirist, comes a hilarious homage to the wonderful, awful, and always absurd American political process that skewers a whole new crop of presidential hopefuls--just in time for the 1996 presidential election. "(Franken is) responsible in part for some of the most brilliant political satire of our time".--John Podhoretz, New York Post.
Features four of Ray Galton and Alan Simpson's favourite radio episodes - "The Last of the McHancocks 24 February 1957", "The East Cheam Drama Festival 8 April 1958", "Visiting Day 15 December 1959", and "The Threatening Letters 27 May 1958". This work also includes a sleeve note, which explains why they love each one so much.
You don't even have to be a Seinfeld fan to know about Festivus, the alternative celebration dreamed up by Frank Costanza. It's taken on a life of its own! Come holiday time, this kit will be the perfect gift "for the rest of us."