Pearls Before Swine: BLTs Taste So Darn Good

Pearls Before Swine BLTs Taste So Darn Good Pearls Before Swine is my favorite comic strip Pearls Before Swine is the hilarious new comic strip tale of two friends an arrogant egotistical Rat who thinks he knows it all and a slow witted Pig wh
  • Title: Pearls Before Swine: BLTs Taste So Darn Good
  • Author: Stephan Pastis
  • ISBN: 9780740734373
  • Page: 153
  • Format: Paperback
  • Pearls Before Swine: BLTs Taste So Darn Good
    Pearls Before Swine is my favorite comic strip Pearls Before Swine is the hilarious new comic strip tale of two friends an arrogant, egotistical Rat who thinks he knows it all and a slow witted Pig who doesn t know any better Together with Zebra, the activist, and Goat, the reluctant brain, Pearls Before Swine offers caustic commentary on humanity s quest for the unatt Pearls Before Swine is my favorite comic strip Pearls Before Swine is the hilarious new comic strip tale of two friends an arrogant, egotistical Rat who thinks he knows it all and a slow witted Pig who doesn t know any better Together with Zebra, the activist, and Goat, the reluctant brain, Pearls Before Swine offers caustic commentary on humanity s quest for the unattainable Smart, witty, and sometimes painfully honest, Pearls Before Swine mocks the flaws and shortcomings of human nature with cynical humor.Pearls Before Swine has been syndicated by United Feature Syndicate since January 2002 and now appears in than 100 newspapers worldwide In panel after panel, Pearls Before Swine causes readers to lose themselves in laughter.
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    About " Stephan Pastis "

  • Stephan Pastis

    Stephan Pastis was born in 1968 and raised in San Marino, California, a suburb of Los Angeles He graduated from the University of California at Berkeley in 1989 with a degree in political science Although he had always wanted to be a syndicated cartoonist, Pastis realized that the odds of syndication were slim, so he entered UCLA Law School in 1990 and became an attorney instead He practiced law in the San Francisco Bay area from 1993 to 2002 While an attorney, he began submitting various comic strip concepts to all of the syndicates, and, like virtually all beginning cartoonists, got his fair share of rejection slips Then, in 1997, he began drawing Pearls Before Swine, which he submitted to the syndicates in mid 1999 In December, 1999, he signed a contract with United.Pearls Before Swine debuted in newspapers in January, 2002, and Pastis left his law practice in August of that year Pearls Before Swine was nominated in 2003, 2004 and 2007 as Best Newspaper Comic Strip by the National Cartoonists Society and won the award in 2004 and 2007 Pastis lives with his family in Northern California.

  • 607 Comments

  • Deliciously twisted humour Death is a frequent theme.The anthologies that collect two smaller collections are how I purchase Pig and Rat books now because Pastis adds personal comments to most of the strips They are kind of like the extras in a DVD but you can get through them faster, and unlike many of the DVD extra features, these are funny, enlightening and often twisted too.I have a few of the anthologies in my Young Adult collection no parental complaints yet They seem to appeal to a certai [...]


  • A funny comic At times it made me smile, at others it made me laugh out loud Some of the strips were not too funny, but overall it was a nice departure from the literature I usually read It reminded me of all the Calvin and Hobbes and Garfield I used to read back in the day My favorite character in the strip was the zebra.


  • I m not a big fan of comic books but i make an exception for this series absolutely amazing About a naive pig and a cocky rat who are roommates, also starring the endangered zebra, the artsy goat and on rare appearances, the jocks of the crowd, the crocodiles I recommend it to anybody who enjoys a good laugh.


  • One of the early Pearls Before Swine books, sans very many Zeebas and Crocs but fun with Rat and Pig and many fun characters Lots of jokes about jobs, what to eat, and horrible accidents Worth quite a few giggles and nice for poor sick people stuck at home.


  • written by a lawyer, but you d never know it except for the contract scenes with the zebras and crocsry funny I ordered them all for the library at the recommendation of one of my TAB members.




  • pp 65 71 BWSummary This comic finds the humor in everyday situations and use play on words to create jokes The images appear to be for younger audience, however, the language and content are suitable for teens and up Readers will likely find the array of characters relatable to their own social circle.Visual Keywords multi panel sequentialText Style Potential Readers mature upper middle grades teens adults animal loversAwards none notedOther Many strips are appropriate to early middle grades, b [...]


  • I ll give this book three stars because there really was nothing wrong with it It just didn t delight me I do like the zebras, though.


  • This is one of those emperor has no clothes comics strips, for me I constantly marvel that anybody is taken in by it There is the NANCY AND SLUGGO drawing, the seldom funny and often mean humor, the development of strips published after this book that removes the fourth wall in a desperate attempt to grow Fie.This book reprints the early strips While it is still badly drawn and still mean than funny, it is the best work by Pastis that I have seen He seems to have been trying to be good, and now [...]


  • I d read Pearls Before Swine in the newspaper, but this was my first collection I enjoyed reading a bunch of the strips all in a row and read this book in almost one sitting.The humor here seems simple, but has an underlying complexity Topics include morality, death, the meaning of life, and the mysteries of friendship.Pearls Before Swine is not for everyone A seventeen year old I know thought these strips were mildly amusing, but I laughed out loud than once.


  • This was just plain funny It s the reproduction of a series of cartoon strips, but since I hadn t known about the cartoon before, it was all new to me A rat and a pig are friends who live together Other characters that make appearances are a zebra, a goat, and a pregnant cow All have very distinctive personalities, and there are some running gags that keep reappearing.


  • I believe this is Stephan Pastis first compilation, released back in 2003 While the artwork isn t as refined as it is now really , it is still a hilarious collection The funniest strip out there right now, I believe.



  • Pastis has a certain wit and humor in his comics that everyone can relate to If you enjoy a good hud joke, punch line, you will enjoy the Pearls Before Swine comics






  • Some very hilarious, in a groan kind of way But unfortunately inconsistent I m willing to bet that the series gets much better, though just seems sort of unpolished.



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