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My Dirty Dumb Eyes Hardcover – May 28, 2013
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“My Dirty Dumb Eyes is a zero-attention-span assemblage of surreal one-page drawings, clusters of gag cartoons ("How We Can Tell Martha Stewart's Drunk"), short comics stories, illustrated movie reviews and garish stoner tableaus. They add up to a wildly entertaining portfolio from an artist with a masterly painting and drawing hand, obsessions with animals and genitals, and a very weird, intentionally dopey sense of humor.” ―New York Times
“Read this book because it's funny, because it's beautiful, and because it will nourish the inner weirdo you've been keeping under wraps for too long.” ―NPR
“With its leitmotif blend of whimsy, wistfulness, and a touch of scatology, [My Dirty Dumb Eyes] is funny and life-of-the-party loud.” ―The Paris Review
“My Dirty Dumb Eyes... is exactly as weird, obscene, hilarious, and gross as you might expect... It is also absurdly smart and sharp.” ―Slate
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Quirky, delightful, disturbing book! What a fun read. The illustrations are some of the most wonderful I've seen in a graphic novel. Read morePublished 5 months ago by for the love of Jenjin
This book is great! It's very funny and a delight to read and look at. If you like BoJack or Farside Comics or silly movie reviews you'll like this book. Read morePublished 6 months ago by W. R.
I enjoyed reading this and found it very unique. Her humor in each page lifted my spirits and the book gave me something to look forward to.Published 9 months ago by Josie
She makes me remember that play and playfulness are good things when she remembers her love of love of Breyers plastic horses. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Melanie Page
This Book is completely worth the money. It comes highly recommended from a comic buff, but you don't need to love comics to enjoy this. Read morePublished 13 months ago by RAWR
The movie and other reviews are the best part of the book, laugh out loud funny, and I give her major points for the quality of her artwork. Read morePublished 14 months ago by OC Pyro Queen
There are a lot of talking horse stories in this book. Strangely, the only Mr. Ed reference is outside of those stories and refers to Channing Tatum. Read morePublished 17 months ago by MP Johnson