The Perry Bible Fellowship Almanack Hardcover – Mar 24 2009
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The stuff you can't find on the web is not the reason to buy this though. Buy this because it's a beautifully crafted permanent archive of PBF. The satin-smooth matte cover with an embossed title, the heavy, hand numbered pages with just the right amount of gloss, the red ribbon bookmark, everything about this book just makes it pure class. Your friends will be impressed when they see it on your coffee table. And then shocked when they flip it open.
My only caveat would be that the PBF Almanack has a lot of overlap with The Trial of Colonel Sweeto and Other Stories, so if you already own the latter, you may decide you don't need both. However, if you only have to choose one of the PBF books, get this one.
Are you familiar with [...]? No? Visit that URL and browse through for a few hours. Done? Ok, now that we're all on the same page, there's no reason why you shouldn't own this complete collection of one of the web's best comics. Bound beautifully with full color glossy pages, and even a classy red ribbon book mark attached to the spine, this is one of the best anthologies I've ever bought. Whether you love Perry Bible comics or are new to the series, this is the definitive physical embodiment of the celebrated web-comic.
For an adult audience, unless you want your kid to be the funny inappropriate one in class.
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I love this book. It's hilarious and the book itself is of good quality too. Arrived perfectly.Published 6 months ago by Julia
The stories...oh the stories!
The artworks is decent and gets better with the progression of comics. The content is hilarious and witty! Read more
I wanted a collection of the web comics I could take with me when no computer was available. This is it. Great quality, great selection.Published on Nov. 29 2011 by Pi
Words can't describe it. That's the point -- they shouldn't. Guerwich paints a lurid, most often hilarious picture of what we all think about in the darkest trenches of our minds.Published on Sept. 13 2011 by ebrench