Zippy: Type "Z" Personality

Zippy Type Z Personality Bill Griffith s Zippy the Pinhead is a pop culture icon The surrealist leaning character is one of the most recognizable figures on the newspaper pages seen by tens of millions of people a day Syndic

  • Title: Zippy: Type "Z" Personality
  • Author: Bill Griffith
  • ISBN: 9781560976981
  • Page: 485
  • Format: Paperback
  • Bill Griffith s Zippy the Pinhead is a pop culture icon The surrealist leaning character is one of the most recognizable figures on the newspaper pages, seen by tens of millions of people a day Syndicated by King Features since 1986, Zippy is read in hundreds of daily newspapers across the country, while the Pinhead s trademark non sequitur, Are we having fun yet , hasBill Griffith s Zippy the Pinhead is a pop culture icon The surrealist leaning character is one of the most recognizable figures on the newspaper pages, seen by tens of millions of people a day Syndicated by King Features since 1986, Zippy is read in hundreds of daily newspapers across the country, while the Pinhead s trademark non sequitur, Are we having fun yet , has become so often repeated it s in Bartlett s Familiar Quotations His likeness has been graffitied on the Berlin Wall and aped for Saturday Night Live s classic Conehead sketches.This new Zippy collection features approximately a year s worth of strips, from November 2004 through November 2005, including full color Sundays Unlike most newspaper pages, the book sports top notch reproduction worthy of Griffith s master draftsmanship Part satire, part philosophy, and part surrealism, Zippy is one having fun pinhead and the perfect antidote to the real world.In Type Z Personality, Zippy s new collection of daily and Sunday strips, Zippy dabbles in haiku, visits the malls of Australia, talks to Albert Einstein, lampoons Manga and goes into a deep trance while bowling And if all that wasn t enough, Zippy insults Dick Cheney while imagining he s the hood ornament on a 1931 Studebaker.

    One thought on “Zippy: Type "Z" Personality”

    1. I recommend this book to anyone who sits around on a Tuesday morning snorting Kool Aid powder while all of their friends are at work.

    2. i got bored really fast. i guess i just dont get it. i got through about 20 pages before i switched to The Hobbit. i usually LOVE all comics too :/ Not funny, not interesting, nothing outstanding.

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