(September 2011)

Drawn & Quarterly, 2011 Series
Published in English (Canada) Canada
 
Price
19.95 USD; 19.95 CAD
Pages
176
On-sale date
2011
Indicia / Colophon Publisher
Drawn and Quarterly
Brand
D & Q
ISBN
978-1-77046-060-7 Search at WorldCat
Barcode
9781770460607
Editing
?
Color
black and white; colour cover
Dimensions
8 1/8" x 8 3/4"
Binding
hardcover
Publishing Format
collected edition

Issue Notes

This book has a barcode, but it is just a barcode, with no numbers underneath.

Collects the web comic Hark! A Vagrant (www.harkavagrant.com).


[no title indexed] (Table of Contents)

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Genre
humour
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Napoleon Bonaparte

[Title Page & Credits] (Table of Contents: 1)

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[Introduction] (Table of Contents: 2)

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Kate Beaton
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typeset

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Napoleon Bonaparte

Get Me Off This Freaking Moor (Table of Contents: 3)

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Kate Beaton
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Kate Beaton
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Kate Beaton

Genre
humour; satire-parody
Characters
Charlotte Bronte; Emily Bronte; Anne Bronte
Synopsis
The Bronte Sisters check out men.

A History Debate (Table of Contents: 4)

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Genre
humour; satire-parody
Characters
Louis Riel; Emily Murphy; James Wolfe; Maurice Richard; Frederick Banting; Robert Service; John A. MacDonald; Jacques Cartier; Emily Carr
Synopsis
Great people from Canadian history debate how to make Canadian history more interesting.

A Magical Day (Table of Contents: 5)

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Genre
humour; satire-parody
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Charlie; Mr. Wanka
Synopsis
Charlie wins a trip to Mr. Wanka's turnip factory; Charlie hates turnips.

Susan B. Anthony May Not Approve (Table of Contents: 6)

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humour; satire-parody
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Susan B. Anthony
Synopsis
Susan B. Anthony is frustrated at how easily-distracted her fellow suffragettes are.

Just Don't Fly During Red April (Table of Contents: 7)

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Kate Beaton

Genre
humour; satire-parody
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Billy Bishop
Synopsis
Billy Bishop offers flying advice to new recruits: they should win.

Team Bolivar (Table of Contents: 8)

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Genre
humour; satire-parody
Characters
Simon Bolivar; Antonio Sucre
Synopsis
Sucre asks Bolivar to consider what he'll do when he isn't liberating nations. Bolivar thinks Sucre wants a nation of his own.

Peary I Thought We Were Friends (Table of Contents: 9)

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Genre
humour; satire-parody
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Robert Peary; Matthew Henson
Synopsis
Henson brings Peary to the North Pole
Keywords
North Pole

Watson I Miss You (Table of Contents: 10)

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Kate Beaton

Genre
humour; satire-parody
Characters
Sherlock Holmes; John Watson; Stupid Watson
Synopsis
Watson is perturbed to find Holmes has a second Watson – this one a fat nincompoop.

Another Case of Watsons (Table of Contents: 11)

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humour; satire-parody
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Sherlock Holmes; John Watson; Stupid Watson; Gay Watson
Synopsis
Watson discovers there's yet another Watson – Gay Watson.

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 12)

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Boys there is a mystery at the docks and we need you to solve it!
Genre
humour; satire-parody
Characters
Mystery Solving Teens
Synopsis
The Mystery Solving Teens have no interest in solving their latest case and instead simply finger the baker as the culprit.

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 13)

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Nice one
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humour; satire-parody
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Mystery Solving Teens
Synopsis
The Mystery Solving Teens have a discussions about how awesome skulls are.

Mystery Solving Teens in a Principal's Office (Table of Contents: 14)

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Kate Beaton

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humour; satire-parody
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Mystery Solving Teens
Synopsis
The Mystery Solving Teens' principal wants to know what they're doing in their spare time.

Bowie and Ronno Want an Ice Cream (Table of Contents: 15)

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Genre
humour; satire-parody
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David Bowie; Mick Ronson
Synopsis
Bowie and Ronn are denied service at an ice cream parlour as no glam is allowed.

The Prostitutes Are So Tired of This Shit (Table of Contents: 16)

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Kate Beaton

Genre
humour; satire-parody; western-frontier
Synopsis
A gunfighter comes looking for the man who killed his father. The local prostitute finds it all very dull.

Do Something About It (Table of Contents: 17)

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Kate Beaton

Genre
humour; satire-parody
Characters
Pony; Prince Beefcakes
Synopsis
A prince is rambunctious but his ugly pony helps curb him through publicly emasculating him.

Pony (Table of Contents: 18)

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humour; satire-parody
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Pony; Evil Wizard
Synopsis
A king is upset to find his kingdom at peace and blames the pony.

Anne of Sleeves (Table of Contents: 19)

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Genre
humour; satire-parody
Characters
Anne Shirley; Marilla Cuthbert; Gilbert Blythe
Synopsis
Anne Shirley fantasizes about the dress she wants.

Fox Hunt (Table of Contents: 20)

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Genre
humour; anthropomorphic-funny animals
Synopsis
A fox insults the hunting party which has been pursing it.

Big Dreams (Table of Contents: 21)

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Genre
humour; satire-parody
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George Frideric Handel
Synopsis
Before he became famous, Handel had to play piano in a club as people requested Billy Joel tunes.

Hail Thane of Cawdor (Table of Contents: 22)

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Kate Beaton

Genre
humour; satire-parody; historical
Characters
Macbeth; Banquo
Synopsis
Macbeth is upset to receive a prophecy that his sons will wet their beds until they're 30.

The Scottish Play (Table of Contents: 23)

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humour; satire-parody; historical
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Macbeth; Banquo; Lady Macbeth; King James I; William Shakespeare; Lord MacDuff
Synopsis
A parody of Macbeth in which messages are sent to Glam Castle by mistake, Lady Macbeth is rather manly and Macbeth's head winds up in a planter.

The Return of Annabel Lee (Table of Contents: 24)

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humour; satire-parody
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Annabel Lee
Synopsis
Annabel Lee returns from the sea but it turns out to be an unfullfilling experience.

Come Dream with Me (Table of Contents: 25)

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Genre
humour; satire-parody
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Jules Verne; Edgar Allan Poe
Synopsis
Poe receives fan mail from Jules Verne.

Return of Verne (Table of Contents: 26)

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humour; satire-parody
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Jules Verne; H. G. Wells
Synopsis
Verne and Wells have a disagreement about the work of writing science fiction.

One of You Will Do It by God (Table of Contents: 27)

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Kate Beaton

Genre
humour; satire-parody
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Joseph Kennedy; John F. Kennedy Jr.; Robert Kennedy; Ted Kennedy; Joseph Kennedy Jr.
Synopsis
Joseph Kennedy trains all of his sons to become President of the United States.

Protégé (Table of Contents: 28)

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Genre
humour; satire-parody
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Karl van Beethoven; Ludwig van Beethoven
Synopsis
Karl can't stand criticism from his uncle Ludwig.

Criminal Masterminds (Table of Contents: 29)

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Genre
humour; satire-parody
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Robert Knox; William Burke; William Hare
Synopsis
Burke & Hare argue about whether to kill a prostitute for Dr. Knox.

John Muir's Hopes and Dreams (Table of Contents: 30)

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humour; satire-parody
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John Muir; Theodore Roosevelt
Synopsis
John Muir wants to preserve nature; the President is a little too excited about it.

Acton, Currer and Ellis Bell (Table of Contents: 31)

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humour; satire-parody
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Charlotte Bronte; Emily Bronte; Anne Bronte
Synopsis
The Bronte Sisters decide to use pen names to write books but names such as “Bruce Punisher” don't quite work.

Kahlo's Process (Table of Contents: 32)

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Genre
humour; satire-parody
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Diego Rivera; Frida Kahlo
Synopsis
Diego and Frida cheat on each other.

Celebrate the Best Way (Table of Contents: 33)

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Genre
humour; satire-parody
Synopsis
Two lumberjacks decide to celebrate Canada Day.

Be a Hero (Table of Contents: 34)

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Genre
humour; satire-parody; superhero
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Wonder Woman
Synopsis
Wonder Woman sourly rescues a cat from a tree.

World's Finest (Table of Contents: 35)

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Kate Beaton

Genre
humour; satire-parody; superhero
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Storm [Ororo Munroe]; Wolverine [Logan]; Cyclops [Scott Summers]; Wonder Woman
Synopsis
Wolverine is becoming domesticated and Wonder Woman doesn't want to get into a fight unless Nazis are involved.

Once Upon a (Table of Contents: 36)

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Genre
humour; satire-parody
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Little Red Riding Hood; Wolf; Sleeping Beauty; Elves
Synopsis
The stories of Little Red Riding Hood, Sleeping Beauty and the Shoemaker and the Elves don't work out quite as expected.

Brunel Is Tired of These Time Traveling Assholes (Table of Contents: 37)

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humour; satire-parody
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Isambard Kingdom Brunel
Synopsis
Brunel is irritated to meet steampunk fans from the future.
Keywords
time travel

Firing Squad (Table of Contents: 38)

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Genre
humour
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A woman before a firing squad says she did everything for love – but since it wasn't love for the firing squad captain, she still dies.

Sick Manuscript Bro (Table of Contents: 39)

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humour; satire-parody
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A monk is making his own Gospel of Mark fan fiction.

Also It Is My Personal Fetish (Table of Contents: 40)

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Genre
humour; satire-parody
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Charles Dickens
Synopsis
Dickens receives criticism about his female characters.

WWII Hipster Batallion (Table of Contents: 41)

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Genre
humour; satire-parody
Synopsis
A squad of hipsters go to war and behave “ironically” about everything.

Hipsters Ruin Everything (Table of Contents: 42)

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humour; satire-parody
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Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
Synopsis
A look at various kinds of hipsters throughout history.

Tudorama (Table of Contents: 43)

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Genre
humour; satire-parody; historical
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Lord Burghley; Queen Elizabeth; Queen Mary
Synopsis
Queen Elizabeth's court is forced to become “sexy” to hold people's interest.

The Death of General Brock (Table of Contents: 44)

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Genre
humour; satire-parody
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General Isaac Brock
Synopsis
General Brock dies very easily while defending Canada.
Keywords
War of 1812

Stranger (Table of Contents: 45)

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humour; satire-parody; western-frontier
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Sal
Synopsis
A tough-looking man wanders into a saloon; he's looking for a washroom.

I Came for the Dick Jokes (Table of Contents: 46)

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Genre
humour; satire-parody; historical
Synopsis
Men talk about what they enjoy in Shakespeare's works.

It's How We Did It Back Then (Table of Contents: 47)

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Genre
humour
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A grandfather tells his grandchildren what he had to do in order to marry his wife; it involves murder.

Substitute Teacher (Table of Contents: 48)

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humour
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Tits Palmer
Synopsis
A substitute teacher thinks the name “Tits Palmer” is a joke; it isn't.

Wrong Island (Table of Contents: 49)

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humour; satire-parody
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A boy finds the island where the lame things are.

Big Business (Table of Contents: 50)

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Genre
humour
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Men financing a railroad are so drunk, they'll agree almost anything is a great idea.

Best Friends Forever (Table of Contents: 51)

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Genre
humour; satire-parody
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Carrie; Samantha; Charlotte; Miranda
Synopsis
Five girls meet for the first time and instantly decide which one of them doesn't belong.

Messin' with Your Kids (Table of Contents: 52)

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humour
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A boy refuses to go to bed so his parents start removing clothes to frighten him.

News from the Front (Table of Contents: 53)

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Genre
humour; satire-parody; war
Synopsis
A carrier pigeon brings spam instead intelligence.
Keywords
World War I

A Bad Affair (Table of Contents: 54)

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humour
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Yeti
Synopsis
A father is annoyed to learn his daughter is in love with a Yeti.

Regrets (Table of Contents: 55)

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humour
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In 2063, an old man can't remember any important moments in his family's life but he does remember the Thundercats.

Stupid Rooster Comics (Table of Contents: 56)

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Genre
humour; anthropomorphic-funny animals
Synopsis
A rooster struts before the hens.

The Old Fox (Table of Contents: 57)

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humour; satire-parody
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Louis-Joseph de Montcalm
Synopsis
Montcalm is annoyed to find General Wolfe died before him and that the death will be hard to upstage.

Every Lady Scientist Who Ever Did Anything Till Now (Table of Contents: 58)

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humour; satire-parody
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Rosalind Franklin
Synopsis
When Rosalind is around all the male scientists deride her; when she leaves they start stealing her ideas.

An Education (Table of Contents: 59)

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humour; satire-parody
Synopsis
A young man learns reverse psychology so he can obtain a double degree.

Intervention (Table of Contents: 60)

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Genre
humour; satire-parody
Synopsis
There is no end to the terrible addiction which is Hungry, Hungry, Hippos.

The Latest Fashions (Table of Contents: 61)

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humour; satire-parody
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Ways to make your dog more like Donald Trump.

Charles' Poetry (Table of Contents: 62)

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Genre
humour; satire-parody
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Charles; Janita
Synopsis
In his head, Charles is an eloquent poet; when he puts his thoughts into words, they come out extremely crass.

Radium Eyes (Table of Contents: 63)

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humour; satire-parody
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Marie Curie; Pierre Curie
Synopsis
Marie plays with radium.

The True Faith (Table of Contents: 64)

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Genre
humour; satire-parody
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Josh; Chad
Synopsis
The Church of Bros offers salvation to those who want things to “rule.”

Scoundrelly (Table of Contents: 65)

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Genre
humour; satire-parody
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Lord Lovat; King George
Synopsis
Lord Lovat's messenger sends the wrong letters to King George and the Jacobites, causing Lovat to enter exile.

Canadian Stereotype Comics (Table of Contents: 66)

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Genre
humour; satire-parody
Synopsis
Canadians are enraged by Americans insulting them and form a mob; the President defuses the situation by greeting them politely.
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Birthday (Table of Contents: 67)

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humour; satire-parody
Synopsis
A Canadian boy receives a canoe on his birthday.

Soh-ry (Table of Contents: 68)

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Kate Beaton
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Genre
humour; satire-parody
Synopsis
A Canadian man finds his wife cheating on him with another man. They all apologize.

Finally the Right Leader (Table of Contents: 69)

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Kate Beaton
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Genre
humour; satire-parody
Synopsis
The Prime Minister calls upon Bryan Adams to save Canada.

St. Francis and the Birds (Table of Contents: 70)

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humour; satire-parody
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St. Francis of Assisi
Synopsis
St. Francis' love for animals irritates other people.

The Brave Crew of the Nautilus Battle the Monstrous Squid (Table of Contents: 71)

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Genre
humour; satire-parody
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Ned Land; Captain Nemo
Synopsis
The crew of the Nautilus fight a giant squid.
Keywords
giant squid; Nautilus

Peril (Table of Contents: 72)

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Kate Beaton
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Kate Beaton
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Kate Beaton
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Kate Beaton

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Gyrth
Synopsis
Vikings pillage Britain for its loot.

Matricide (Table of Contents: 73)

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Kate Beaton
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Kate Beaton

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Nero; Agrippina
Synopsis
After having his mother killed, Nero is haunted by her ghost.

15th Century Peasant Romance Comics (Table of Contents: 74)

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Two peasants in the 15th century fall in love and face the challenges of their age, such as superstition and pestilence.

Credit Where Credit Is Due (Table of Contents: 75)

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Nikola Tesla; Thomas Edison; Guglielmo Marconi
Synopsis
Tesla is frustrated to see his inventions constantly patented by rival inventors.

Goreys (Table of Contents: 76)

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Kate Beaton

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Stories inspired by Edward Gorey's book covers.
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Laura (Table of Contents: 77)

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Kate Beaton
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Kate Beaton

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Laura Secord
Synopsis
Laura Secord helps the British but has to wait 60 years for her reward - $100.

The One Commandment (Table of Contents: 78)

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Kate Beaton
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Kate Beaton
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Kate Beaton

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humour; satire-parody
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Moses; God
Synopsis
The One Commandment is: “Get down get down get down tonite.”

Help Me Handsome Doctor (Table of Contents: 79)

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Kate Beaton
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Kate Beaton

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A handsome doctor can only help patients by posing for them.

The Wisest (Table of Contents: 80)

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Kate Beaton
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Kate Beaton

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humour
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An owl with a beard is the wisest of all owls.

Oceans in Need (Table of Contents: 81)

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Kate Beaton
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Kate Beaton

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humour; satire-parody; superhero
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Aquaman [Arthur Curry]
Synopsis
Aquaman complains about children on the beach and is much too neurotic to actually fight evil.

Pirates (Table of Contents: 82)

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Kate Beaton
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Kate Beaton
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Kate Beaton

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humour; satire-parody; historical
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Pirates show off the different ways to maintain their nemesis' status.

Austen Maria (Table of Contents: 83)

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Kate Beaton
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Kate Beaton

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Jane Austen; Emily Bronte; Elizabeth Bennet; Fitzwilliam Darcy
Synopsis
Jokes about Jane Austen and her characters.

The Rochester Wedding Party (Table of Contents: 84)

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Kate Beaton
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Kate Beaton

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Edward Rochester; Jane Eyre
Synopsis
A parody of Jane Eyre.
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Dirty Words (Table of Contents: 85)

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Kate Beaton
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Kate Beaton

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humour; satire-parody
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Tycho Brahe
Synopsis
Jokes about Tycho Brahe and Victorians making lewd remarks.

What a Stupid Comic I Have Made (Table of Contents: 86)

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Kate Beaton
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Kate Beaton
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Kate Beaton
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Kate Beaton

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Benjamin Franklin
Synopsis
Franklin isn't interested in inventing, he'd rather spend his time with whores.

Nemesis Returns (Table of Contents: 87)

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Kate Beaton
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Kate Beaton
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Kate Beaton
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Kate Beaton

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humour; satire-parody; historical
Synopsis
A pirate encounters his nemesis yet again.

Mythical Teens (Table of Contents: 88)

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Kate Beaton
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Kate Beaton
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Kate Beaton
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Kate Beaton

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humour; satire-parody; fantasy-supernatural-supernatural
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Icarus; Daedalus
Synopsis
Icarus faces peer pressure to fly close to the sun.

Pug Comics (Table of Contents: 89)

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Kate Beaton
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Kate Beaton
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Kate Beaton

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humour
Synopsis
A dog owner's pug has a squished-in face – literally.

How Did You Get This Number (Table of Contents: 90)

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Kate Beaton
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Kate Beaton
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Kate Beaton
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Kate Beaton

Genre
humour; satire-parody
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Alexander Graham Bell; Elisha Gray; Thomas Watson
Synopsis
Gray discovers Bell has beaten him to the telephone patent.

The Very Canadian Rebellion of Upper Canada (Table of Contents: 91)

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Kate Beaton
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Kate Beaton
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Kate Beaton
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Kate Beaton

Genre
humour; satire-parody
Synopsis
Canadians rebel in a very polite fashion.

Editorial Cartoon (Table of Contents: 92)

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Kate Beaton
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Kate Beaton
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Kate Beaton
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Kate Beaton

Genre
humour; satire-parody
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St. Peter
Synopsis
A celebrity dies but St. Peter isn't ready to deliver a punchline.
Keywords
Heaven

Show Some Respect (Table of Contents: 93)

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Kate Beaton
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Kate Beaton
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Kate Beaton
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Kate Beaton

Genre
humour
Synopsis
A king insists his jester is an artist; the jester's antics suggest otherwise.

Odysseus and His Crew Encounter the Facebook Peril (Table of Contents: 94)

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Kate Beaton
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Kate Beaton
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Kate Beaton

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humour; satire-parody; fantasy-supernatural-supernatural
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Odysseus; Sirens
Synopsis
Odysseus sees Sirens posing as though they were on Facebook.
Keywords
Facebook

Jock City Elections (Table of Contents: 95)

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Kate Beaton
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Kate Beaton
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Kate Beaton
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Kate Beaton

Genre
humour
Synopsis
In Jock City the mayor runs on a “pound 30% more nerds” platform.
Keywords
Jock City; Nerd Town

French Revolution Comics (Table of Contents: 96)

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Kate Beaton
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Kate Beaton

Genre
humour; satire-parody
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Madame Lamballe
Synopsis
During the French Revolution, public sentiment turns against royals, babies and open mic night guitarists.
Keywords
Bastille; French Revolution

John Adams Lightens Up (Table of Contents: 97)

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Kate Beaton
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Kate Beaton
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Kate Beaton

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humour; satire-parody
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John Adams; Benjamin Franklin
Synopsis
John Adams lightens up and his colleagues are quite annoyed by his new attitude.

Jackson (Table of Contents: 98)

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Kate Beaton

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Andrew Jackson; Lyncoya Jackson
Synopsis
Andrew Jackson deals with assassination attempts, rivalries with Thomas Jefferson and his role in the Indian Removal Act.

Extra Extra (Table of Contents: 99)

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Kate Beaton
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Kate Beaton

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humour; satire-parody
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Benjamin Franklin
Synopsis
Benjamin Franklin receives criticism on his “join or die” cartoon.

Gangsters (Table of Contents: 100)

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Kate Beaton
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Kate Beaton
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Kate Beaton

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humour; satire-parody; crime
Synopsis
Jokes about gangsters showing off dead bodies, sending threatening messages, talking in their sleep and throwing birthday parties.

Courtly Love (Table of Contents: 101)

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Kate Beaton

Genre
humour; satire-parody; historical
Synopsis
Jokes about the days of courtly love wherein the man is frequently a bit thick-headed about what the woman wants.

Borgias (Table of Contents: 102)

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Kate Beaton
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Kate Beaton
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Kate Beaton

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humour; satire-parody; historical
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Lucrezia Borgia
Synopsis
Lucrezia is irritated when her father wants her to marry ten different men at once.

The Madness of King Lear (Table of Contents: 103)

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Kate Beaton
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Kate Beaton
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Kate Beaton

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humour; satire-parody; historical
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King Lear; Cordelia
Synopsis
A parody of King Lear where Cordelia sends him to a rest home.

Young Ada Lovelace (Table of Contents: 104)

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Kate Beaton
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Kate Beaton

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Ada Lovelace
Synopsis
Ada's mother tries to shield her from poets.

Dracula (Table of Contents: 105)

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Kate Beaton
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Kate Beaton
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Kate Beaton

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humour; satire-parody; horror-suspense
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Dracula; Jonathan Harker; Mina Harker; Lucy Westernra; Professor Van Helsing; Arthur Holmwood; John Seward
Synopsis
A parody of Dracula where the vampire's lust for sluts provides a clue for the men hunting him.
Keywords
vampires

Crusoe (Table of Contents: 106)

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Kate Beaton
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Kate Beaton
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Kate Beaton

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humour; satire-parody
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Robinson Crusoe; Friday
Synopsis
The story of Robinson Crusoe from Friday's perspective.

Javert (Table of Contents: 107)

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Kate Beaton
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Kate Beaton

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humour; satire-parody
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Jean Valjean; Javert
Synopsis
Javert pursues Valjean but finds himself in the wrong musical.

Sloppy Leadership (Table of Contents: 108)

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Kate Beaton

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Moses
Synopsis
No one can take Moses seriously since he began wearing socks with his sandals.

Fiber Craze (Table of Contents: 109)

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Kate Beaton
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Kate Beaton
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Kate Beaton

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humour
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People are so intense about fiber they drink entire glasses of it.

The Sweater Issue (Table of Contents: 110)

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Kate Beaton
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Kate Beaton
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Kate Beaton

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humour
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A man is flummoxed by his girlfriend's interest in knitting.

WWII Movie (Table of Contents: 111)

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Kate Beaton
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Kate Beaton
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Kate Beaton

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In World War II, handsome men are needed to fight the Nazis.

Either the Wallpaper Goes or I Do (Table of Contents: 112)

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Kate Beaton

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humour; satire-parody
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In a parody of The Yellow Wallpaper, a doctor tells his patient that the woman seen inside the wallpaper has a feminist agenda.

WWII Movie II (Table of Contents: 113)

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Kate Beaton

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In World War II, all hunks are drafted.

Pearson (Table of Contents: 114)

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Kate Beaton

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humour; satire-parody
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Lester Pearson; John Diefenbaker; Lyndon Johnson
Synopsis
Lester Pearson struggles to fashion a national Canadian identity.

Brahms's First Impression (Table of Contents: 115)

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Kate Beaton

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humour; satire-parody
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Johannes Brahms; Franz Liszt
Synopsis
The story of Brahms falling asleep during one of Liszt's concerts, much to Liszt's chagrin.

The Adventures of Sexy Batman (Table of Contents: 116)

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Kate Beaton
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Kate Beaton
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Kate Beaton

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humour; satire-parody; superhero
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Batman; Catwoman; Two-Face; The Joker; Harley Quinn; Alfred Pennyworth; Commissioner James Gordon; The Penguin
Synopsis
A distressingly sexy Batman throws off all of his villains' expectations.
Keywords
Batmobile

Queen Bess at Tilbury (Table of Contents: 117)

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Kate Beaton
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Kate Beaton

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Queen Elizabeth
Synopsis
Queen Elizabeth demonstrates her fortitude – and power of flight.

1980s Businesswoman Comics (Table of Contents: 118)

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Kate Beaton

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humour; satire-parody
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An extremely businesslike woman in the 1980s treats everything in life as though it were her job.

Nancys (Table of Contents: 119)

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Kate Beaton
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Kate Beaton
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Kate Beaton

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Nancy Drew
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Parodies of Nancy Drew novels, based on their covers.

Raskolnikov (Table of Contents: 120)

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Kate Beaton
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Kate Beaton
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Kate Beaton

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humour; satire-parody
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Rodion Raskolnikov; Razumikhin; Sonya
Synopsis
A parody of Crime and Punishment in which Raskolnikov is unbearably Napoleon-like.
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A Brand New Era (Table of Contents: 121)

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Kate Beaton

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humour; satire-parody; historical
Synopsis
The Middle Ages end; people immediately begin wearing frilly collars and writing newspapers.

The Famous Fitzgeralds (Table of Contents: 122)

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Kate Beaton

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humour; satire-parody
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F. Scott Fitzgerald; Zelda Fitzgerald
Synopsis
Zelda suggests she write a book about her husband where she portrays him as a failed, pathetic drunk.

Great Gatsbys (Table of Contents: 123)

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Kate Beaton

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humour; satire-parody
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Jay Gatsby; Jordan Baker; Daisy Fay Buchanan; Tom Buchanan; Nick Carraway
Synopsis
A parody of the Great Gatsby in which Daisy is ridiculously negligent and Gatsby's death isn't noticed.
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Henry's Lesson (Table of Contents: 124)

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Kate Beaton

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humour; satire-parody; historical
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Henry VIII; Edward
Synopsis
King Henry goes hunting monks.

Hamlet (Table of Contents: 125)

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Kate Beaton

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humour; satire-parody; historical
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Hamlet; King Claudius; Ophelia; Laertes; Prince Fortinbras
Synopsis
A parody of Hamlet where Hamlet forgets Ophelia is present for his big soliloquy and Prince Fortinbras deems the kingdom “nutballs.”

Sacagawea and York Travel to the Pacific (Table of Contents: 126)

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Kate Beaton

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Sacagawea; William Clark; York; Meriwether Lewis
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The story of Lewis & Clark's trip across America with Sacagawea and York doing most of the work.

Industrial Revolution Fun (Table of Contents: 127)

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Early in the industrial revolution there are diseases, Luddites, child labourers, and quite a bit of poverty.

Sitcom, Victorian Style (Table of Contents: 128)

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Jokes about infant mortality rates, betrothals, laudanum and immigrants.

Index (Table of Contents: 129)

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  1. 0. [no title indexed]
  2. 1. [Title Page & Credits]
  3. 2. [Introduction]
  4. 3. Get Me Off This Freaking Moor
  5. 4. A History Debate
  6. 5. A Magical Day
  7. 6. Susan B. Anthony May Not Approve
  8. 7. Just Don't Fly During Red April
  9. 8. Team Bolivar
  10. 9. Peary I Thought We Were Friends
  11. 10. Watson I Miss You
    Sherlock Holmes
  12. 11. Another Case of Watsons
    Sherlock Holmes
  13. 12. ["Boys there is a mystery at the docks and we need you to solve it!"]
    Mystery Solving Teens
  14. 13. ["Nice one"]
    Mystery Solving Teens
  15. 14. Mystery Solving Teens in a Principal's Office
    Mystery Solving Teens
  16. 15. Bowie and Ronno Want an Ice Cream
  17. 16. The Prostitutes Are So Tired of This Shit
  18. 17. Do Something About It
  19. 18. Pony
  20. 19. Anne of Sleeves
  21. 20. Fox Hunt
  22. 21. Big Dreams
  23. 22. Hail Thane of Cawdor
  24. 23. The Scottish Play
  25. 24. The Return of Annabel Lee
  26. 25. Come Dream with Me
  27. 26. Return of Verne
  28. 27. One of You Will Do It by God
  29. 28. Protégé
  30. 29. Criminal Masterminds
  31. 30. John Muir's Hopes and Dreams
  32. 31. Acton, Currer and Ellis Bell
  33. 32. Kahlo's Process
  34. 33. Celebrate the Best Way
  35. 34. Be a Hero
    Wonder Woman
  36. 35. World's Finest
    X-Men; Wonder Woman
  37. 36. Once Upon a
  38. 37. Brunel Is Tired of These Time Traveling Assholes
  39. 38. Firing Squad
  40. 39. Sick Manuscript Bro
  41. 40. Also It Is My Personal Fetish
  42. 41. WWII Hipster Batallion
  43. 42. Hipsters Ruin Everything
  44. 43. Tudorama
  45. 44. The Death of General Brock
  46. 45. Stranger
  47. 46. I Came for the Dick Jokes
  48. 47. It's How We Did It Back Then
  49. 48. Substitute Teacher
  50. 49. Wrong Island
  51. 50. Big Business
  52. 51. Best Friends Forever
  53. 52. Messin' with Your Kids
  54. 53. News from the Front
  55. 54. A Bad Affair
  56. 55. Regrets
  57. 56. Stupid Rooster Comics
  58. 57. The Old Fox
  59. 58. Every Lady Scientist Who Ever Did Anything Till Now
  60. 59. An Education
  61. 60. Intervention
  62. 61. The Latest Fashions
  63. 62. Charles' Poetry
  64. 63. Radium Eyes
  65. 64. The True Faith
  66. 65. Scoundrelly
  67. 66. Canadian Stereotype Comics
  68. 67. Birthday
  69. 68. Soh-ry
  70. 69. Finally the Right Leader
  71. 70. St. Francis and the Birds
  72. 71. The Brave Crew of the Nautilus Battle the Monstrous Squid
  73. 72. Peril
  74. 73. Matricide
  75. 74. 15th Century Peasant Romance Comics
  76. 75. Credit Where Credit Is Due
  77. 76. Goreys
  78. 77. Laura
  79. 78. The One Commandment
  80. 79. Help Me Handsome Doctor
  81. 80. The Wisest
  82. 81. Oceans in Need
  83. 82. Pirates
  84. 83. Austen Maria
  85. 84. The Rochester Wedding Party
  86. 85. Dirty Words
  87. 86. What a Stupid Comic I Have Made
  88. 87. Nemesis Returns
  89. 88. Mythical Teens
  90. 89. Pug Comics
  91. 90. How Did You Get This Number
  92. 91. The Very Canadian Rebellion of Upper Canada
  93. 92. Editorial Cartoon
  94. 93. Show Some Respect
  95. 94. Odysseus and His Crew Encounter the Facebook Peril
  96. 95. Jock City Elections
  97. 96. French Revolution Comics
  98. 97. John Adams Lightens Up
  99. 98. Jackson
  100. 99. Extra Extra
  101. 100. Gangsters
  102. 101. Courtly Love
  103. 102. Borgias
  104. 103. The Madness of King Lear
  105. 104. Young Ada Lovelace
  106. 105. Dracula
  107. 106. Crusoe
  108. 107. Javert
  109. 108. Sloppy Leadership
  110. 109. Fiber Craze
  111. 110. The Sweater Issue
  112. 111. WWII Movie
  113. 112. Either the Wallpaper Goes or I Do
  114. 113. WWII Movie II
  115. 114. Pearson
  116. 115. Brahms's First Impression
  117. 116. The Adventures of Sexy Batman
    Sexy Batman
  118. 117. Queen Bess at Tilbury
  119. 118. 1980s Businesswoman Comics
  120. 119. Nancys
    Nancy Drew
  121. 120. Raskolnikov
  122. 121. A Brand New Era
  123. 122. The Famous Fitzgeralds
  124. 123. Great Gatsbys
  125. 124. Henry's Lesson
  126. 125. Hamlet
  127. 126. Sacagawea and York Travel to the Pacific
  128. 127. Industrial Revolution Fun
  129. 128. Sitcom, Victorian Style
  130. 129. Index
  131. 130. [About Kate Beaton]
  132. 131. ["Simly put, this is the most well-drawn..."]
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