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The Laugh-Out-Loud Cats Sell Out Hardcover – March 1, 2009
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This is a very timely work. I just wonder how well it will age. There is certainly a lot to "get" and therefor a lot to NOT "get" if you don't know the lingo. If you blog, tweet, code and/or enjoy sharing internet memes like I do, you'll get the jokes and appreciate the clever double entendres. 20 years from now, I wonder if we'll remember what all this silliness means. Who knows. At that time, this could be a rare time capsule, in print, of an entire era and subculture which has been otherwise forgotten by a fast-changing zeitgeist.
I love this book. As someone who grew up reading comics (Krazy Kat, et al) and as someone who works in the design/web industry now, it's like two books in one--maybe three. But, as some of the comments reveal, if you have no point of reference--either comic history or internet memes--the book could become one giant WTF?
For the rest of you, buy this book immediately!
This is a fantastic book, one I would recommend for anyone with a stormy afternoon to pass or even just a couple quick smiles before drifting off to sleep. A must-own for anyone and everyone.
I didn't expect to like the 'lolcat'-speak as much as I do. These cartoons aren't just a rehash of an earlier aesthetic, but a really new sort of mash-up, with the characters expressing themselves in a very compressed way that, oddly enough, fits with the artwork.
A really good job and I expect to see more like this.
I was recommended by a friend, and didn't do any research before buying it ... I gave it away to another friend. it's a sort of hokey-hackey comedy that's just not my taste.