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It’s not paranoia if they’re really out to get you—or is that just something they put out there to make you feel better? Irrationality, meet the imagination. People are afraid of the strangest things, and chickens aren’t any better off. Join Doug Savage and the cast of the Savage Chickens comics as they admit, combat, and hide from their deepest, darkest, and most absurd phobias in this e-book original collection.
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Here’s looking at you, movie buffs. Follow the yellow brick road inside a dream inside a dream inside a dream to discover why Quentin Tarantino and children’s fairy tales should never mix, why Indiana Jones can’t stand gardening tools, and Fry from The Simpsons can’t ever catch a break. Your challenge: Identify all 34 movies in this e-book original collection of Doug Savage’s delightfully absurd Savage Chickens comics.
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It goes without saying: love makes no sense. In fact, neither does flirting, dating, or breaking up. Anyone who says relationships are all cake, kisses, and cloud nine has yet to stumble into that vast and bewildering nebula called “romance.” Lucky for us, the Savage Chickens have blundered practically every sentimental moment in their adventures in courtship. Perhaps its time we learn—and laugh—at their hilarious mistakes before making our own. The Savage Chickens are joined by their robot Prod300, bawdy Timmy-Tofu, and colleague Worm, amongst other friends, as they navigate the realm of inappropriate pick-up lines, online dating profiles, excessively honest Valentine’s cards, and those scariest of words: “I love you.” Doug Savage doesn’t claim to be a relationship expert, but he does have a knack for poking fun at dating and the inevitable mishaps along the way. He began uploading sticky notes illustrated with his Savage Chicken doodles in 2005, and over 1800 yellow sticky notes and eight years later, Mr. Savage can call himself a successful cartoonist. At times absurd, sometimes wry, even occasionally insightful, but always clever and comical, this e-book original collection of his cartoons will woo anyone with amusement, even those still shuddering from their own cringe-worthy dating memories.
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All work and no play made cartoonist Doug Savage a dull boy, until the day that he decided to draw two chickens on a yellow sticky note, followed by enough characters and absurdly amusing situations over the years to cover an entire cubicle farm. Now, in Savage’s trademark style, comes Shakespeare According to Savage Chickens, an entertainingly comical e-book original collection. From Romeo and Juliet, Macbeth, and Hamlet to King Lear, the cast of Savage Chickens pays homage, in its own way, to classic literature. Sit back in your seat and enjoy the comedy of Chickens in Shakespeare.
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The office can be a dangerous place. The same old daily routine has a tendency to reduce any inspiration for fun or imagination into tedious cubicles and spreadsheets. This is precisely the situation in which Doug Savage found himself. His creativity waning away under fluorescent lights of his office job, he finally discovered his own personal antidote: doodling some cheeky chickens on yellow sticky notes. He began uploading these drawings to his Savage Chickens blog in 2005, and over 18,000 cartoons later, his chickens are as clever—and absurd—as ever. The Savage Chickens must too contend with their mundane office environment, but with a little help from their favorite colleagues and friends, it’s not difficult for them to find diversions (read: trouble). From pirates and time-travelers to Middle Earth and M.C. Hammer, from the most sinister Happy Bear you’ll ever meet to Marketing Chicken who is always attached to his martini, the Chickens’ puns and wordplay will constantly thwart your expectations in surprising and humorous ways. This e-book original collection is not just an assortment of Savage’s very best cartoons, but his very very best cartoons, composed of the wittiest, most memorable drawings to date. Bring it along on your commute to work, and suddenly the office might not seem like the death of amusement after all.
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