Last day in Vietnam: a memory
Too Much Coffee Man has been applauded by both The Washington Post and Wired Magazine. Now, he takes the role of the eminent icon of caffeine culture in his new book; Too Much Coffee Man's Parade of Tirade. Fill your cup with dark satire and drink deep from these thoughtful, award-winning comics. Witness TMCM's secret origin! Marvel as our hero battles corporate oppression! Experience the anxiety of the author as he claws his way to the top! Gawk at Joel as he throws up on his girlfriend's door step! And revel in Too Much Coffee Man's wisdom; "If you can't be happy naturally, be unnaturally happy."
This book collects eight Too Much Coffee Man comic books and many newspaper strips, as well as new material. It's a complete book. All the characters are motivated. All the cliffhangers are resolved. All the plot threads are tied up. And all the jokes have punchlines.
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Review: Last Day in VietnamUser Review - Deborah - Goodreads
I was lucky enough to be able to listen to stories about this book by its editor Diana Schutz and marketing rep (at the time) Shawna Gore at my graphic novel reading club. Only 6 stories, but each said so much with so little. Fantastic storytelling! A quick and well-worth read. Read full review
Review: Last Day in VietnamUser Review - Gayle Francis Moffet - Goodreads
A set of short stories about war from Eisner, showing us--as he routinely did in his work--the future of comics through true, honest stories about real people. In the intro, Eisner writes about his ... Read full review
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