Cyanide and Happiness: Punching Zoo

Cyanide and Happiness Punching Zoo One of the most popular and successful webcomics has found a new home at BOOM box If you are on the Internet you ve read CYANIDE HAPPINESS Generating over a million hits a week the webcomic is one o

  • Title: Cyanide and Happiness: Punching Zoo
  • Author: Kris Wilson Rob DenBleyker Matt Melvin Dave McElfatrick
  • ISBN: 9781608864737
  • Page: 476
  • Format: Paperback
  • One of the most popular and successful webcomics has found a new home at BOOM box If you are on the Internet, you ve read CYANIDE HAPPINESS Generating over a million hits a week, the webcomic is one of the longest lasting strips out there, and everyone can relate to its hilarious slice of life depictions Since the dawn of man, stick figures have been used as an imOne of the most popular and successful webcomics has found a new home at BOOM box If you are on the Internet, you ve read CYANIDE HAPPINESS Generating over a million hits a week, the webcomic is one of the longest lasting strips out there, and everyone can relate to its hilarious slice of life depictions Since the dawn of man, stick figures have been used as an important device for storytelling CYANIDE HAPPINESS has taken this language and mashed it up with Internet culture, bringing us some of the best satire and dark comedy out there One of the most popular and successful webcomics, like, ever, CYANIDE HAPPINESS has consistently offered up a humorous look at life in stick figure form and we are big fans The experimental, hilarious voice of CYANIDE HAPPINESS embodies the spirit of BOOM Box and we jumped at the chance to collect it.

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    1. You know what stinks about writing a Choose Your Own Adventure?I figured it out when I read this. I mean, what stinks other than the fact that I die constantly.The thing that stinks, if the text is actually good and funny, you don't get to read it. Not really. Because you're following the story, but then I flip past what looks like a hilarious picture of a guy in a convertible with half a head, and I want to know what that's all about.

    2. This is funny and offensive, which is no surprise, since it's Cyanide & Happiness.The only reason I'm giving this 4 stars instead of 5 is because of the "Choose Your Own Adventure" section at the end. The humor fell flat for me fairly quickly, so I stopped reading.Other than that it's a nice C&H collection.Since I'm posting this on St. Patrick's Day, here you go:

    3. As usual, excellent sketches. The best is the build-yourself-a-story at the end of the book. These guys never cease to amaze me with their eclectic dark sense of humor.

    4. Another Cyanide and Happiness collection - of varying quality, although I did find myself laughing out loud (or snorting, more accurately) quite a few times. There are some truly tasteless comics in here, and a preponderance of bad puns, but also some very funny quips. The previously unpublished comics are decent if not spectacular. The choose your own adventure section at the end is just kind of weird - trying to read it in a digital edition doesn't work very well, but the whole focus of it (La [...]

    5. It's supposed to be funny but it was a bit more cringeworthy than the previous Cyanide & Happiness book. More of the comics were on the offensive side. 3 stars because I know someone else can read the same book without being offended or cringing.

    6. This was my "low brow birthday present" from my brother this year. What can I say? If you love irreverent humor and bad puns (and I do), you'll love Cyanide and Happiness. Check it out in this book or online where the comic originated.

    7. Clever, bawdy, and at times pretty gross. I enjoyed most of the comics in this collection. The humor definitely not for everyone!

    8. A collection of strips from the super-popular internet comic "Cyanide and Happiness". I ran across this by chance at the library, flipped through a few pages and checked it out after desperately trying to hold in my laughter. If you've ever seen their comics online, you get what you expect, which is rather vulgar but also well-written and kinda ingenious at times. A quick read but hilarious.

    9. HilariousMore raunchy comics brought to you from the delightful and sick minds of Cyanide and Happiness. A special Choose Your Adventure in this book is easily the funniest skit in this book.

    10. Good but unremarkable. CYOA had some good endings but a few pacing issues. A little surprised that they included the 'edited' version of the sleepwalker/firefighters panel.

    11. This book was absolutely horrible. I figured it would contain some odd humor, maybe a little dark or a little naughty! And I took that gamble. But it turns out, this wasn't funny or amusing it was offensive and trashy. Lots of cursing, offensive jokes, things that didn't need to be said. Pure garbage.

    12. I have enjoyed some of these web comics in the past, and got the book heavily discounted, so I thought it would be mildly amusing. Since most of these are recycled comics, I have seen several before. Like the web comic, these are often raunchy, frequently pun or grammar based, and rather inconsistently humorous. I found I didn't enjoy this terribly much, and couldn't even make myself go through the course your own adventure portion, on account of it being devoid of entertainment value, and I hap [...]

    13. Fairly certain there are a number of recycled comics in this collection, but as I understand it this is the first third-party published volume of Cyanide and Happiness, so why not include some classics? Unfortunately the new comics could use better curation, as they just don't hold up when contrasted with the rest. The 'chew' your own adventure is a cute addition. Did I mention how messed up these gentlemen are?

    14. Many of these comics I have seen before and therefore Punching Zoo didn't have nearly the wow factor as previous releases of Cyanide and Happiness. I could only find a digital copy and it didn't have hyperlinks for the Make-Your-Own Adventure piece, so that was more of a confusing mess than necessary.

    15. The Choose Your Own Adventure parody at the end is worth the cost of the book. That said, while the individual panels are dark, hilarious, and often scatological, after reading several of these and their webcomic, it begins to get repetitive despite the number of readers involved. Best enjoyed in little morbid chunks of reading.

    16. I was entertained, many if not all the comics contained here were great.The choose your own adventure was rather stupid even for a choose your own adventure story.The binding of the book is low quality and looks like it is about to come apart.

    17. The most of the time amazingly funny, acid and offensive all the time, but sometimes unnecessarily: that is the risk of having no limits. This book contains some of my favourite comic strips, as of the pregnant woman.The best thing is that I earned some money to read it.

    18. Это как листать сайт, только не надо каждую картинку загружать отдельно, нужно перелистывать странички. В конце книги интерактивная игра на ветвящийся сюжет. Не впечатлило. Точнее, не сильно-то впечатлила вся книга.

    19. Impressive dose of tasteless humor.Enjoyed the choose your own adventure at the end!Not enough animals were punched.

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