Page 45 Review by Stephen
All the below from 2009 remains true, except that it's no longer landscape, but portrait...
The 2007 sales sensation considerably expanded and restructured into a landscape hardcover with tactile lettering and a brightly coloured rainbow appealing directly to young minds which must never, ever be allowed to encounter it (we're racking it with CYANIDE & HAPPINESS, if that gives you a clue).
Jim Woodring and Scott McCloud are both fans of these short gag strips in which innocence is shafted by horror and meanness, or even vice-versa. It's wrong, wrong, wrong, but very funny indeed.
See the dangers of driving a truck that turns out to be a Transformer! Watch Aubrey Beardsley-like vampires attempting to apply make-up in a mirror! Look at the bunny-love providing a leg-up/over and out of a hole!
Still includes the suicide-bomber chessboard which was wrong, wrong, wrong. But very funny indeed.