Jeremy & Dad: A ZITS Tribute-ish to Fathers and Sons
Andrews McMeel Publishing, Apr 20, 2010 - Comics & Graphic Novels - 240 pages
The perfect Fatherā€™s Day gift. This hilarious collection of Zits comic strips chronicles the perplexing, infuriating, and loving relationship between teenager and father, serving as an entertaining guide to the peculiar art of parenting a teenager. Appearing in more than 1,600 newspapers worldwide in 43 countries and 15 languages, Zits is an enormously popular comic strip. It is consistently rated in the top 5 favorites of readers all over the world.
What's harder: being a teenager or being the father of a teenager? The answer, of course, depends on whom you ask.
This hilarious collection of Zits comic strips chronicles the perplexing, infuriating, and loving relationship between teenager and father, serving as an entertaining guide to the peculiar art of parenting a teenager. In Jeremy and Dad, angst-filled 16-year-old Jeremy Duncan bursts with the questions, concerns, hormones, and insecurities every teenager has, while Walt, Jeremy's well-meaning father, struggles to pry words--not full sentences, just words--from his son.
Zits has twice been honored with the award for Best Newspaper Comic Strip by the National Cartoonists Society and received the "Max and Moritz" award for Best International Comic Strip in 2000.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - satyridae - LibraryThing
I can't be objective about the ZITS books, as I currently share my life with an adolescent male. The strip captures what real life is like for me to an alarming degree, and we often declaim, with high ... Read full review
Review: Jeremy and Dad: A Zits Tribute-ish to Fathers and Sons (Zits)User Review - Goodreads
Jeremy and Dad: A Zits-ish Tribute to Fathers and Sons, by Jerry Scott and Jim Borgman (Andrew McNeel Publsihing 2010)(741.56973)- Another collection of the Zits comic strip featuring 15 year old Jeremy and his family. Always funny! 7/10, finished 3/25/11. Read full review