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Little Evils (Sluggy Freelance) Paperback – September 18, 2007

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"Sluggy Freelance is way too much fun for the increasingly stodgy mainstream newspaper comics pages."
-Sci-Fi Channel Site of the Week, 1/16/2000
http://www.scifi.com/sfw/issue195/site.html

"One of the oldest and best of the ongoing Internet comic strips, Pete Abrams' Sluggy Freelance, started up in 1997; [Sluggy Freelance] also has a serious side, as Abrams builds on a history of intricate plot threads and story developments --anathema to newspaper comics as surely as Abrams' twisted version of wit, which ranges from bad puns to Breathed-esque social commentary."
-The Onion, Review of "Yippy Skippy the Evil," 4/19/02
http://www.avclub.com/content/node/20150

"Take a day off from work and browse the entire archive."
-Linux Magazine, Linux.com

"Sluggy is so addictive it should be on the controlled substance list."
-John Ringo, New York Times bestselling author

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Product Details

  • Series: Sluggy Freelance
  • Paperback: 344 pages
  • Publisher: Red Brick Press (September 18, 2007)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 157826250X
  • ISBN-13: 978-1578262502
  • Product Dimensions: 8.1 x 0.6 x 9.3 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1.8 pounds
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,227,254 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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The comic strip is web based and has been on going for more than a decade. The comedy it uses is of association, so it does tend to be a good idea that you know about the strip. All in all, despite some art crudities, some off centered design and some clunky ideas, this is one fine collection of comic strips.

Collects up three volumes of strips, which individually published by PLAN 9, and now attempts are being made to extort money from fans with three digit prices, this is a much better offering. There is color and there are additional bonus pages and stories.

The usual cast: Torg and Riff and Bun Bun (the rabbit with the swtichblade) Kiki the ferret (oh, shiny!), and the alien who eats people, robots, madness, demons from the dimension of pain, bad jokes galore, a complex massive set of plots, counter plots and weirdness that will have you back tracking once in a while to make sure you got that detail correct. And insane guilt ridden and revenge seeking ex girlfriends, with bombs, too.

Highly recommended.
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Little Evils (Sluggy Freelance)
one of the greatest online comics ever created. whenever i need inspiration, i crack open this book and read a few chapters. wonderful stuff.
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I started reading Sluggy Freelance way back in 2001 on the website, but frankly, it was pretty annoying to have to click through tons of pages to get a full story, especially since sometimes I'd miss a few weeks and have to catch up on the comic. Eventually, I stopped reading - not because the comic bored me, but because life caught up with me and I just stopped checking the website. But now - glorious now - Megatome 2 is available and it's affordable and convenient and endlessly re-readable. I still have to get my hands on Megatome 1, but until then, these stories will have to tide me over. Perhaps the most memorable one is KITTEN, the tale of Satan's kitten offspring. If you want an idea of what the comic is about, I suggest going on the website. I suppose it's not for everyone - there's a lot of dialogue to follow and a lot of backstory, but ultimately, it's a lovable and funny, has plenty of parodies, is accessible, and unique. And it has Bun-Bun, a switchblade-wielding rabbit, and Kiki, an adorable talking ferret. I love Sluggy Freelance and totally recommend it.
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