A Million Little Pieces of Close to Home: A Close to Home Collection
Is your face suffering from a lack of exercise? Readers rely on John McPherson'sClose to Homecartoon to contort their facial muscles into an unstoppable grin each day. Not even Botox can stop you from smiling at this latest collection ofClose to Home.
How do you measure a cartoon's popularity? The true measure of a comic panel's popularity is how often it is posted on a refrigerator, cubicle, break room bulletin board, or office door. By that standard,Close to Homewins the comic panel popularity contest hands down.
Close to Homecaptures the humor in all facets of life. From home to hospitals, from classrooms to courtrooms, from boardrooms to backyards-there's aClose to Homepanel that hits us where we live and work and play.
A Million Little PiecesofClose to Homefeatures hilarious panels first published in newspapers in the year 2000, the year of the Y2K scare that never materialized. Of course, that's just the kind of thing you'd expect from aClose to Homeworld.
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