Non Sequitur's Sunday Color Treasury

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Andrews McMeel Publishing, Feb 5, 2013 - Humor - 160 pages
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Non Sequitur creator Wiley Miller truly broke the cartoon mold when he first published his strip in 1992. This hugely popular cartoon is chock-full of witty observations on life's idiosyncrasies. The name of the comic strip comes from the Latin translation of "it does not follow." Each strip or panel stands on its own individual merits. Strips do not follow in a sequence and are not related. Non Sequitur's characters are not central to the plot; the humor is.

Before it was even a year old, Non Sequitur was named the Best Newspaper Comic Strip of the Year by the National Cartoonists Society. With an ever-expanding cult following, this quirky cartoon is set in no specific time period or place. It is a whimsical yet flippant look at everyday life.

 

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Contents

Introduction
5
Santa Dude
11
First Homer Series
17
Anthropomorphic Theater
23
Raising Kane
29
Danae Christmas Series
35
Before Eve
43
Lost Leonard Vertical Format
51
Obviousman Vertical Format
71
Legend of Obviousman
81
Comics Getting the Most Reader Response
87
The Graevsytes
106
Offshore Flo
113
Captain Eddie Christmas Series
127
Danae and Lucy
133
Santas Gnome Series with Lucy and Danae
156

Pierre of the North
64

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About the author (2013)

Wiley Miller began his career as a political cartoonist in 1976, and his incisive drawings have won him several honors, including, in 1991, the prestigious Robert F. Kennedy Journalism Award. He moved to Iowa City, Iowa, in 1992 to devote his full-warped attention to Non Sequitur. Non Sequitur is the only cartoon to win National Cartoonists Society awards in both the comic strip and comic panel categories, and Wiley Miller is the only cartoonist to win a Reuben in his first year of syndication.

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