Superbad: The Drawings

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HarperCollins, Feb 13, 2008 - Performing Arts - 96 pages
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The only compendium of 62 hilarious, captioned "phallographics" created exclusively for the movie Superbad.

Everyone who has seen the blockbuster comedy hit Superbad will recall the outrageous phallic foolery featured in the movie, inspired by the character Seth's obsessive drawings from the third grade.

When Evan Goldberg, Superbad's co-writer/producer, called his older brother, David, about a job on the movie, David had no idea that he would tap into the unexplored world of phallographics. The brilliant results are these 62, full-color, laugh-out-loud drawings that will surely tickle your funny bone. Some of these illustrations were featured in the end credits of the movie, and audience members are still buzzing about them! Many of these clever depictions are exclusive to this novelty art volume.

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Good book, if you like the subject matter

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This book is what is claims, the drawings from the motion picture Superbad. Read full review

About the author (2008)

Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg, the screenwriters and executive producers, grew up in Vancouver, British Columbia, together and began to write their first screenplay, Superbad, when they were 13 years old. After moving to Los Angeles, Rogen served as a staff writer on Judd Apatow's television series Undeclared. The duo went on to write for Sacha Baron Cohen's cult hit Da Ali G Show, as well as the feature film Pineapple Express, which the pair also executive produced. Rogen served as co-producer on Apatow's sleeper hit The 40-Year-Old-Virgin, and executive produced, along with Goldberg, Apatow's blockbuster hit Knocked Up. Seth Rogen plays Officer Michaels in Superbad.

Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg, the screenwriters and executive producers, grew up in Vancouver, British Columbia, together and began to write their first screenplay, Superbad, when they were 13 years old. After moving to Los Angeles, Rogen served as a staff writer on Judd Apatow's television series Undeclared. The duo went on to write for Sacha Baron Cohen's cult hit Da Ali G Show, as well as the feature film Pineapple Express, which the pair also executive produced. Rogen served as co-producer on Apatow's sleeper hit The 40-Year-Old-Virgin, and executive produced, along with Goldberg, Apatow's blockbuster hit Knocked Up. Seth Rogen plays Officer Michaels in Superbad.

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