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by Henry Rollins,Shannon Wheeler
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  • Author:
    Henry Rollins,Shannon Wheeler
  • ISBN:
    1569714371
  • ISBN13:
    978-1569714379
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  • Publisher:
    Dark Horse Books; 1st edition (November 30, 1999)
  • Pages:
    144 pages
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  • Rating:
    4.7
  • Votes:
    690
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Too Much Coffee Man is a great comic for a mature audience. Parade of Tirade is about failed relationships, depression, and lonliness far more often than it's about the superhero genre. It might not be for everyone.

Too Much Coffee Man is a great comic for a mature audience. Great for anyone who is addicted to coffee, who may relate to many of the coffee-centric strips. I'm not as thrilled about the autobiographical parts of the strip (or al"), but this is not my platform, and I don't begrudge the artist for using it to do as he pleases.

Shannon Wheeler is an American cartoonist, best known as a cartoonist for The New Yorker and for creating the satirical superhero Too Much Coffee Man. Shannon Wheeler grew up in Berkeley, California, brought up by his mother. His father left the family to start a commune north of San Francisco; Wheeler also has two half-sisters. Wheeler attended the Walden Center and School

Too Much Coffee Man has been applauded by both The Washington Post and Wired Magazine. Now, he takes the role of the eminent icon of caffeine culture in his new book; Too Much Coffee Man's Parade of Tirade.

Too Much Coffee Man has been applauded by both The Washington Post and Wired Magazine. Fill your cup with dark satire and drink deep from these thoughtful, award-winning comics. Witness TMCM's secret origin!

Too Much Coffee Man has been applauded by both The Washington Post and Wired Magazine. Published by Thriftbooks. com User, 19 years ago.

Published by Thriftbooks. The thing that really caught my attention about this one, though, is that Wheeler switches between the world of Too Much Coffee Man, and the equally bleak "real world.

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Story and art by Shannon Wheeler. Introduction by Henry Rollins. Gawk at Joel as he throws up on his girlfriend's doorstep! And revel in Too Much Coffee Man's wisdom: 'If you can't be happy naturally, be unnaturally happy. This book includes new material

Story and art by Shannon Wheeler. Witness TMCM's secret origin! Marvel as our hero battles corporate. This book includes new material. All the characters are motivated. All the cliffhangers are resolved. Shannon Wheeler, Henry Rollins (Introduction). Published by Dark Horse (2000). Now, he takes control as the eminent icon of caffeine culture in his new book: Too Much Coffee Man& Parade of Tirade. Fill your cup with dark satire, and drink deep from these thoughtful, award-winning comics. This book collects through issue of the original Too Much Coffee Man comic books, along with some new material. ISBN 10: 1569714371 ISBN 13: 9781569714379.

Too Much Coffee Man's Parade of Tirade. Popular on Comic Vine. Shannon Wheeler 1. Most issue appearances. Too Much Coffee Man 1. Too Much Coffee Man's Parade of Tirade.

Too Much Coffee Man–the anthology title and the character–will be forever associated with prolific comics creator Shannon Wheeler . In his foreword to this collection, Henry Rollins writes, Too Much Coffee Man has a lot to say.

Too Much Coffee Man–the anthology title and the character–will be forever associated with prolific comics creator Shannon Wheeler (The New Yorker, The Onion). These l, hyper-intellectual tales will appeal to both comic book insiders and pop culture fanatics. He’s a great apocalyptic philosopher for our very troubled times.

Now, he takes control as the eminent icon of caffeine culture in his new book: Too Much Coffee Man& Parade of Tirade. Witness TMCM& secret origin! Marvel as our hero battles corporate oppression! Experience the anxiety of the author as he claws his way to the top! Gawk at Joel as he throws up on his girlfriend& doorstep! And revel in Too Much Coffee Man& wisdom: If you can& be happy naturally, be unnaturally happy.

Too Much Coffee Man has been applauded by both the Washington Post and Wired Magazine. Now, he takes control as the eminent icon of caffeine culture in his new book: Too Much Coffee Man`s Parade of Tirade. Fill your cup with dark satire, and drink deep from these thoughtful, award-winning comics. Witness TMCM`s secret origin! Marvel as our hero battles corporate oppression! Experience the anxiety of the author as he claws his way to the top! Gawk at Joel as he throws up on his girlfriend`s doorstep! And revel in Too Much Coffee Man`s wisdom: If you can`t be happy naturally, be unnaturally happy. This book collects through issue #8 of the original Too Much Coffee Man comic books, along with some new material. It`s a complete book. All the characters are motivated. All the cliffhangers are resolved. All the plot threads are tied up. And all the jokes have punch lines.

Freaky Hook
Too Much Coffee Man is a great comic for a mature audience. Great for anyone who is addicted to coffee, who may relate to many of the coffee-centric strips. TMCM may come across as a bit cynical, but I can appreciate that - and, from my perspective, it's just an honest commentary on life, the universe, and everything. I'm not as thrilled about the autobiographical parts of the strip (or "semi-autobiographical"), but this is not my platform, and I don't begrudge the artist for using it to do as he pleases. I love the character and the shorts that he is in, even if I'm not as into some of the minor characters. If you're paying attention, you'll get a few intellectual laughs, and if you're not, you'll still get some low-brow, slapstick laughs out of it. I recommend all of Shannon Wheeler's work.
elegant stranger
Shannon Wheeler is a hometown hero to us Austinites, and this book clearly demonstrates why. Goofy but endearing, with just enough edge and social commentary, but sans an excess of snark and bile. Grab a cuppa, grab this book, and enjoy!
Cerekelv
Parade of Tirade is about failed relationships, depression, and lonliness far more often than it's about the superhero genre. It might not be for everyone. The thing that really caught my attention about this one, though, is that Wheeler switches between the world of Too Much Coffee Man, and the equally bleak "real world." The "real world" part of the comics focus on an overworked cartoonist who creates TMCM, and a Generation X fan, Joel, whose life is steadily going downhill.