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This year we are in for a treat: After 25 years, Madam & Eve is still going strong and are back with more hilarious cartoons looking back at another year of the crazy rollercoaster that is daily life and politics in South Africa. Madam & Eve cartoons appear regularly in the Mail & Guardian, The Star, The Saturday Star, Herald, Mercury, Witness, Daily Dispatch, Cape Times, Pretoria News, Diamond Fields Advertiser, Die Volksblad, EC Today, Kokstad Advertiser and The Namibian.
After 25 years Madam & Eve is still going strong. The duo is back with more hilarious cartoons reflecting on another year of the crazy rollercoaster that is daily life and politics in South Africa.
Zapiro comes of age in this 21st annual.
Zuma once again takes centre stage for all the wrong reasons along with his cronies the Guptas and his nemesis Malema. It’s the year of the hashtag. #RhodesMustFall begat #FeesMustFall, also #Racism/#Sexism and #ZumaMustFall. With Nenegate and SARS wars, it’s the rand that’s really falling. Meanwhile, Pravin and Thuli fight the good fight.
Each cartoon is worth a thousand words and helps us make sense of our crazy, beautiful country where fact is indeed stranger than fiction.
50 Blertse Blou is ’n keur uit Blouwillem se tong-in-die-kies-rubrieke in Beeld, Die Burger en Volksblad.
Diť rubrieke het van hom ’n berugte openbare persoonlikheid gemaak. Hy spot met onder andere aktuele sake in Suid-Afrika.
Zapiro needs no introduction. His 19th annual speaks for itself.
No year would be complete without Zapiro’s annual collection of cartoons, and in this latest book of sharp-witted and well-timed cartoons, Zapiro once again proves himself a satirical genius, ensuring that no event passes by without comment … or a laugh.
From the arms deal to the courtroom, from his own wedding(s) to the Gupta wedding, see if you can spot Jacob Zuma in these hilarious cartoons. Find him in the election queue, in Parliament and at Nkandla. Whether he’s travelling in a bluelight brigade or in the darkness thanks to loadshedding, can you see him?
And that's not all. You can also look out for Julius Malema, Helen Zille, the Shaik brothers, Barack Obama, Sepp Blatter, Steve Hofmeyr, Oscar Pistorius and many many more!
If you’re an adult with a political sense of humour, this book is for you. And kids might enjoy it too.
For people who love Scotland The Scots Magazine is the world's best-selling Scottish-interest publication. A great spread of locations from all over the nation brings you beautiful scenes from Galloway to Gardenstown. Canadian, Australian and New Zealand key holiday dates are included, in addition to those of the UK and Ireland. A popular and beautiful calendar for all seasons.
Die geliefde dominee Barend Vos se sketse oor die lewe van ’n predikant en sy gesin in ’n plattelandse gemeente het tot op hede in vyf bundels verskyn. Diť sketse verskyn die afgelope tien jaar elke maand in die tydskrif LIG, met illustrasies deur Fred Mouton.
In Liefdegroete, Grootseun word ’n dertigtal van Vos se Grootseun-stukke wat die afgelope jare in Lig verskyn het, byeen gebring as keur van die meer as 100 wat sedert sy laaste versameling verskyn het. Elke rubriek word aangebied as ’n brief wat deur “Grootseun” geskryf word aan sy ouers. Die sketse het meestal ’n sterk humoristiese aanslag en gefokus op ’n plattelandse kerkgemeenskap waarvolgens “Grootseun” die Jongdominee van die gemeente is. Die ruimte is dus plattelands, kerklik en geskryf met ’n deernisvolle aanbod wat eie is aan Vos se skryfstyl.
If you're younger than 15 or older than 50, there is an 87% chance that something in this book will offend you. The #1 web comic, Cyanide & Happiness, is back with a brand new collection of comics sure to leave you gasping in horror or guffawing with laughter. Featuring 150 comics, including 30 brand new strips, each jam-packed with more inappropriate jokes and deviant behaviour than ever before! Laugh at Obese Maurice, Ass Rape Man, the Purple-Shirted Eye Stabber, and the not-so-loveable superhero, Superjerk. You'll never see stick figures this twisted! Also features a brand new "activity" section where you can draw your own Cyanide character, build-a-boner, or connect the dots to reveal a hidden image!
From what they said to the man at the bus stop, to where you found the remote control, when you're a parent, laughing at what gets hurled in your direction is beyond important. Since 2012, fashion illustrator Laura Quick has been sketching scenes from daily domestic life on her blog, The Daily Think. Insightful, tender and very, very funny, the images have become hugely popular, and the very best of them are collected together in this exquisite and hilarious gift book. All the bizarre moments and ridiculous conversations that are part of being a parent are here, from the day Laura's daughter tried to poke her finger into a dog's rear end, to the temper tantrums, and the sense of relief when the school holidays are over. Chronicling all manner of parenting fails and mishaps, the illustrations are a welcome light relief for world-weary parents everywhere.
Not for many years has there been such a divisive issue as Brexit, and like all divisive issues it has provided a bonanza for cartoonists. This generous selection of pocket cartoons captures the sheer bewilderment and exasperation which have bedevilled us all since the referendum. Some of the cartoons favour one side or the other, but most celebrate (or at least commemorate) a period of unique bafflement. With the emphasis much more on ordinary people than on the politicians, The Penguin Book of Brexit Cartoons will bring together at Christmas-time even the most riven families.
A collection of Calvin and Hobbes cartoons. The author won the 1986 Reuben Award as Outstanding Cartoonist of the Year and has also illustrated Something Under the Bed is Drooling, Calvin and Hobbes' Yukon Ho and Weirdos From Another Planet.
Discover the truth behind the headlines with this collection of Private Eye's popular reportage column Scene & Heard, including previously unseen sketches and reports. David Ziggy Greene travels the country asking questions and sketching scenes of modern life. His detailed, funny, astute works of graphic reportage - at protests and festivals, cycle rides, farms and prisons - reveal the human cost of policy and the profound local impact of legislation. This new collection of columns also contains much brand new material - including a series of insightful sketches of human hubs such as A&E, the tube and the courts. With a foreword by Mark Thomas.
How does one play bridge in a gas mask? Or enjoy motoring without consuming petrol? Or deal with a nationwide shortage of pea-sticks? For this compact little book Heath Robinson joined forces with writer Cecil Hunt to show civilians `how to make the best of things' during the air raids, rationing, allotment tending and blackouts of the Second World War. The result is a warm celebration of the British population's ability to `make do and mend'.
Soldiers disguised as a herd of cows, cork bath mats for troops crossing streams and a tank with a piano attachment for camp concerts are just some of the absurd inventions to be found in this book of cartoons designed to keep spirits up during the Second World War. These intricate comic drawings poke gentle fun at both the instruments of war and the indignity of the air-raid shelter in Heath Robinson's inimitable style.
'However bad the day's news, there'll still be a Matt cartoon the morning after, and we'll still laugh - he's a genius!' Jeremy Vine From the (some say ill-judged) Referendum to the Remain and Leave campaigns with all their twists and turns ... From a vote of No Confidence to the ongoing confusion ... Matt hits the spot every time. Brilliantly entertaining, award-winning Matt can lighten even the most troubling times, and find the perfect cartoon to make the nation smile.
LIVE. LAUGH. LOVE. or
EXIST. SMURK. LURK
Julie Houts has cultivated a devoted following as ‘Instagram’s favourite illustrator’ (Vogue) by lampooning the conflicting messages and images women consume and share with the world every day. A collection of darkly comic illustrated essays, Literally Me chronicles the daily exploits of ‘slightly antisocial heroines’ (Refinery29) in vivid, excruciatingly funny detail, including:
- The beauty routine of a deranged bride who aspires to be ‘truly without flaws’ on her wedding day
- What happens when Kylie Jenner has an existential crisis and can no longer ‘step out’
- A journey to Coachella by the Four Horsewomen of the Apocalypse
- The true dating confessions of a fembot
- The terrifying description for Alice Staunch’s book How to be the Perfect Feminist
Literally Me marks the launch of a brilliant new social satirist. Julie’s singular voice and beautiful illustrations reveal the truth about the absurdity of life in the social media age: the line between becoming a total ‘Girlboss’ and a 21st-century American Psycho is razor-thin.
Introducing the 10th comic from Modern Toss - a brand new 64-page collection featuring new and classic cartoons from the cult series, including: Work, Cheese & Wine, and Awkward Cunt. Plus brand new hilarity from Liberty Taker, Legal Longshots and Pete Peters, delivering cutting edge, laugh out loud commentary on what it is to be a modern tosser. Produced by cartoonists Jon Link and Mick Bunnage, the architects behind the satirical and absurd world of Modern Toss, Modern Toss Issue 10 offers a collection of bang-up-to-date cartoons satirising the world of work and modern culture, from the mundane to the ridiculous. Includes cartoons previously featured in the Guardian and Private Eye Magazine, along with a host of new instant favourites.
This bestselling calendar is a must-have for every Broons fan. Colourful, nostalgic and cheerful, the calendar is crammed full of Glebe Street charm from Scotland's longest-established, and best-loved, family. They're a national institution. Classic strips from Dudley D. Watkins will entertain you throughout the year. Since 1936, the Broons family have entertained us weekly in the Sunday Post. The Sunday Post circulation figures are 263,561 (Dec 2012) and the readership is 726,000. Canadian, Australian and New Zealand key holiday dates are included, in addition to those of the UK and Ireland. A pleasure to have on any wall!
Alex continues his path of wealth generation in this collection of the funniest and most topical Alex comic strips of 2018 - from the pages of the Daily Telegraph.
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