Item description for Home, the Final Frontier: A Close to Home Collection by John McPherson...
Overview In this all-new Close to Home collection, McPherson draws on a side of life that's way out there, revealing his bizarre take on wild and wacky situations that just might happen in a parallel universe. His quirky style alone makes fans double over, but McPherson's sly observations keep them laughing long afterward.
Publishers Description These characters' eyes bug out--and whose wouldn't In the world that's "Close to Home," amazing things usually happen. Like the Zalcon Pest Control man who finds beaver dams in his client's bathtub. "That explains the missing legs to your coffee table," the expert says. Or the surprised couple who watches as a bus unloads in their front yard with a banner blazing "The Relatives of Ed & Sue Vosburg Totally Unannounced Tour." In this "Close to Home" collection, "Home: The Final Frontier," cartoonist John McPherson draws a side of life that's way out there, revealing his bizarre take on wild and wacky situations that just might happen in a parallel universe. His quirky style alone makes fans double over, but McPherson's sly observations keep them laughing long afterwards.
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Studio: Andrews McMeel Publishing
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 5.18" Width: 8.29" Height: 0.34" Weight: 0.3 lbs.
Release Date May 1, 1996
Publisher Andrews McMeel Publishing
ISBN 0836210301 ISBN13 9780836210309
Availability 0 units.
More About John McPherson
John McPherson hails from Painted Post, New York. He holds mechanical engineering and English degrees from Bucknell University and began drawing "Close to Home" in 1992. He currently resides in upstate New York with his two sons. Online: www.gocomics.com/closetohome/
John McPherson currently resides in New York, in the state of New York. John McPherson was born in 1959.
Reviews - What do customers think about Home: The Final Frontier?
Larson-esque Jan 23, 2008
McPherson humor is sometimes dry, sometimes wacky, and something akin to Larson's The Far Side. McPherson lampoons common daily occurences and modern viewpoints with wit and insight, making us laugh at ourselves and those around us. Good for more than a few chuckles, and an excellent "restroom reader".