- Author:Stephen Notley
- Publisher:Leftover Books; 1st edition (December 1, 1999)
- Pages:140 pages
- Subcategory:Comic Strips
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Results from Google Books. Series: Bob the Angry Flower (2). Members. Bob the Angry Flower (2).
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Bob The Angry Flower book. Details (if other): Cancel. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Bob The Angry Flower: Coffee With Sinistar.
Bob the Angry Flower: The Ultimate Book of Perfect Energy!!! Stephen Notley.
I also draw a cartoon called Bob the Angry Flower, which occasionally features larfs. Somewhere, something incredible is waiting to be known.
Bob the Angry Flower. In Defence of Fascism. This is the first of the BtAF collections, and Bob (or Notley) isn't quite whacked enough here to be as funny as he is later. Everybody vs. Bob the Angry Flower. The Ultimate Book of Perfect Energy. Bob the Angry Flower: Dog Killer. So it's amusing, but without that seriously mindbending surrealism to come.
Combining politics, surrealism, and pop-culture hilarity, Bob the Angry Flower is an edgy, trenchantly political, and achingly funny comic-strip character. Whether he's building killer robots, running for Pope, or getting creamed at 20 Questions, Bob is locked, loaded, and ready to destroy the earth-unless there's something good on TV.
Character: Bob Series: Bob the Angry Flower Artist: Stephen Notley I picked this piece up at Animethon in 2008. Bob the Angry Flower by Stephen Notley. Character: Bob. Series: Bob the Angry Flower. Artist: Stephen Notley. I picked this piece up at Animethon in 2008. Coffee With Sinistar. Published December 1, 1999 by Leftover Books.
Bob is a flower, an angry flower. Notley's syndicated Bob the Angry Flower exemplifies the new science-fiction comics
Bob is a flower, an angry flower. Joined by Stumpy the branch, the forlorn Love-Bot and a host of targets strip-mined from politics and popular culture, he's out to let everyone know that angry can be zany, if not exactly funny. The setup is surreal comedy gold, promising just enough Bloom County and Zippy the Pinhead to make for a great underground comic. Notley's syndicated Bob the Angry Flower exemplifies the new science-fiction comics. Instead of rocketing around the galaxies, it generally stays on terra firma and lets the aliens come to it.