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I love to read, as does my oldest son. My oldest has a great sense of humor, sometimes dark and very frequently quite sarcastic. Poorlier Drawn Lines is a book that is perfect for taking a quick reading break. The book contains simple cartoon drawings that provide clever and amusing statements on life in today’s age of technology. It would be a great holiday gift for any one that enjoys a good sense of humor.
- By Reza Farazmand
- Paperback: 176 pages
- Publisher: Plume (November 19, 2019)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 0593087704
- ISBN-13: 978-0593087701
- Purchase on Amazon
Poorlier Drawn Lines is the hilarious third installment of Reza Farazmand’s New York Times bestselling Poorly Drawn Lines series. It follows up his 2017 hit Comics for a Strange World, and takes place in the same bizarre, now utterly beloved universe with familiar characters Reza’s devoted fans love.
This new collection from the webcomic artist brings his signature snark and poignant observations of these singularly strange and confusing times. In the world of Poorly Drawn Lines, nothing is too weird or too outlandish for parody.
From New York Times bestselling author and artist Reza Farazmand, a new collection of absurdist, insightful comics about surviving friendships, foes, and all of life’s little quirks in the age of technology.
Featuring brand-new content alongside some of the most popular comics of the past year, Poorlier Drawn Lines will be the perfect gift for the nerds in your life.
About the Author
Reza Farazmand lives and draws in Los Angeles. He started putting his comics on the Internet in college at pdlcomics.tumblr.com and was soon surprised to learn that this activity could make for an actual career. His work has since been featured in and around such places as television sets, websites, magazines, and now this book. When he’s not writing or drawing, Reza enjoys drinking coffee and looking at things on screens. He is generally a pretty good guy.
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