Beautifully bound, quality paper stock, and excellent printing.
Very strong cases can be made for both "Calvin and Hobbes" and "The Far Side", but "Bloom County" remains my favorite comic strip of the 1980s.
The best part of it all is that this particular volume has been reduced to a fraction of the others by 50%.
Just get it and time travel like I did. The topics are still relevant today which is a sign of just how determined and ruthless the Unhinged Right Wing is.Published 5 months ago by Dr H S.Thompson
Excellent book, great writing and an excellent picture of the time. The problem is that the copy I received has all 4 corners damaged. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Dan R Ellingsen
My husband turned me on to Bloom County several years ago. It's one of the few strips that is worth keeping up with and having.Published 8 months ago by Sue A. Rakes
Great daily comic from the 80's. Berke Breathed is a good artist and his political and life views are right on, even 30 years later. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Tim Weigler
I was always a Bloom County fan, but now sharing it with my teenagers is so much fun. This book runs in chronological order the way the comics were published at the time with the... Read morePublished 13 months ago by Diane M. Junker
I read these in the paper while Mr. Breathed was doing a daily/weekly strip. He is amazing and Opus and Bill are my heroes! Thanks Berk!Published 18 months ago by mary a echols
Beautifully bound, quality paper stock, and excellent printing. A very nice collector's edition of the popular Bloom County comic strips.Published 20 months ago by Sharon Roberts
This is a high-quality compilation of Bloom County strips that ran in newspapers in the 80s. It is the most complete collection of them made so far--even the paperback compilations... Read morePublished on July 10, 2012 by Cas
Any fan of Bloom County must have the Complete Library. Volume 3 continues the fun. For those of us who lived through the 80's it's a great walk down memory lane but my teenage... Read morePublished on May 5, 2012 by Lynette Newman