The Night of the Mary Kay Commandos: A Bloom County Book

The Night of the Mary Kay Commandos: A Bloom County Book

Here again for the masses of adoring Bloom County fans is a collectionof the best daily and Sunday strips from the past year. Features the bonus, peel-away insert, Smell-O-Toons, the aromatic fragrance that is dabbed on more Commando pulse points than all other perfumes combined! Little, Brown....

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Title:The Night of the Mary Kay Commandos: A Bloom County Book
Author:Berkeley Breathed
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ISBN:The Night of the Mary Kay Commandos (Bloom County)
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The Night of the Mary Kay Commandos: A Bloom County Book Reviews

  • Rae
    May 11, 2008

    Opus is the man, well a man in penguin form. Excellent comics to cheer you up on a down day. I read a few every morning to start my day off right. Very recommended ...

    whats not to like these are classic originals. things that people try to imitate. will always read Berkeley Breathed. ...

    As always, it was great. I esp love Breathed's use of little signs to point things out, lol. Oh yeah, it's with smell-o-vision. Really. ...

    Not really much here you haven't seen, they even joke about how there really isn't a single strip here that you haven't read and unfortunately there really isn't much justification for getting this if you already have the bigger collections. ...

    I was lucky enough to pick up a pile of classic Bloom County strips at a library book sale. This is the only one of the set that I remember reading before. It also seems to be when the comic strip was at its best. In this volume, Bill the Cat runs for president, with Opus as his run...

    Bloom County is one of the best daily comic strips ever created. From the political satire to the goofy penguin, Bloom County just made you smile. I loved every character Berke Breathed created and looked forward to reading the newspaper every day just to see what was going to happen. ...

    Funny! Brilliant! Irreverent! Bloom County at its peak... Follow the infamous '88 election campaign of Bill n' Opus (see why they received a very substantial contribution from The United Cocaine Producers, Smugglers, Pushers, and Affiliated Scum). Find out the "odd and terrible l...

    I can't sing the praises enough for this comic strip and its characters: Opus, Milo and Steve Dallas. At one point, I owned them all. He really tickles my funny bone with his warped humor and just enough pop culture and political satire to make it interesting. Check out his other colle...

  • Bruce
    Oct 09, 2007

    Opus is the man, well a man in penguin form. Excellent comics to cheer you up on a down day. I read a few every morning to start my day off right. Very recommended ...

    whats not to like these are classic originals. things that people try to imitate. will always read Berkeley Breathed. ...

    As always, it was great. I esp love Breathed's use of little signs to point things out, lol. Oh yeah, it's with smell-o-vision. Really. ...

    Not really much here you haven't seen, they even joke about how there really isn't a single strip here that you haven't read and unfortunately there really isn't much justification for getting this if you already have the bigger collections. ...

    I was lucky enough to pick up a pile of classic Bloom County strips at a library book sale. This is the only one of the set that I remember reading before. It also seems to be when the comic strip was at its best. In this volume, Bill the Cat runs for president, with Opus as his run...

    Bloom County is one of the best daily comic strips ever created. From the political satire to the goofy penguin, Bloom County just made you smile. I loved every character Berke Breathed created and looked forward to reading the newspaper every day just to see what was going to happen. ...

    Funny! Brilliant! Irreverent! Bloom County at its peak... Follow the infamous '88 election campaign of Bill n' Opus (see why they received a very substantial contribution from The United Cocaine Producers, Smugglers, Pushers, and Affiliated Scum). Find out the "odd and terrible l...

    I can't sing the praises enough for this comic strip and its characters: Opus, Milo and Steve Dallas. At one point, I owned them all. He really tickles my funny bone with his warped humor and just enough pop culture and political satire to make it interesting. Check out his other colle...

    When I was working in any of the many bookstores where I was employed and I did not want (or have the time) to read my current book, I would grab one of these collections to read on my too short break. I slowly but surely worked my way through several series. These are great time kille...

    Only Berkeley Breathed could come up with a title like "Night of the Mary Kay Commandos Featuring Smell O-Toons." This was a great collection of cartoons and I loved the "Smell O-Toons" tie in. Berkeley Breathed is an excellent artist and has an excellent sense of humor. This is a a wo...

    This is my favorite in the works of Berkely Breathed. Who can not enjoy the thought of Mary Kay ladies in combat gear and oozies?! Although this book does show it's age with the political themed humor, I think overall, adults will enjoy the satire and funny illustrations. ...

    i'll never forget how even though the animals were drawn to look extra disney cute.....and by animals, i mean the ones mary kay was using for experiments....i still laughed because it seemed so strange. god i'm weird. ...

    This classic recently surfaced from our shelves. I've really missed Opus, Bill the Cat, Milo, Steve Dallas, Milquetoast, and the rest. Amazing how 20 year old political comic strips can still be relevant, and more importantly HILARIOUS! Bill 'n Opus in '08! ...

    Milquetoast...the loveable roach The Basselope's a girl!! More politics Is Opus's mom really dead??? Tribute to Emily Dickinson ...

    Another of my favorites in the Bloom county collections. ...

    Long, long ago, it was part of my treasured Bloom County collection, and read and re-read many times. Sigh. ...

    Bloom County reminds me of my college days and Mike Tamaro. Good times! ...

    Bloom County Book 7 ...

    Worth reading for the title sequence alone. Funny stuff. ...

    Too funny! ...

    And this is why I no longer wear make up. ...

    ...

  • angrykitty
    Apr 04, 2008

    Opus is the man, well a man in penguin form. Excellent comics to cheer you up on a down day. I read a few every morning to start my day off right. Very recommended ...

    whats not to like these are classic originals. things that people try to imitate. will always read Berkeley Breathed. ...

    As always, it was great. I esp love Breathed's use of little signs to point things out, lol. Oh yeah, it's with smell-o-vision. Really. ...

    Not really much here you haven't seen, they even joke about how there really isn't a single strip here that you haven't read and unfortunately there really isn't much justification for getting this if you already have the bigger collections. ...

    I was lucky enough to pick up a pile of classic Bloom County strips at a library book sale. This is the only one of the set that I remember reading before. It also seems to be when the comic strip was at its best. In this volume, Bill the Cat runs for president, with Opus as his run...

    Bloom County is one of the best daily comic strips ever created. From the political satire to the goofy penguin, Bloom County just made you smile. I loved every character Berke Breathed created and looked forward to reading the newspaper every day just to see what was going to happen. ...

    Funny! Brilliant! Irreverent! Bloom County at its peak... Follow the infamous '88 election campaign of Bill n' Opus (see why they received a very substantial contribution from The United Cocaine Producers, Smugglers, Pushers, and Affiliated Scum). Find out the "odd and terrible l...

    I can't sing the praises enough for this comic strip and its characters: Opus, Milo and Steve Dallas. At one point, I owned them all. He really tickles my funny bone with his warped humor and just enough pop culture and political satire to make it interesting. Check out his other colle...

    When I was working in any of the many bookstores where I was employed and I did not want (or have the time) to read my current book, I would grab one of these collections to read on my too short break. I slowly but surely worked my way through several series. These are great time kille...

    Only Berkeley Breathed could come up with a title like "Night of the Mary Kay Commandos Featuring Smell O-Toons." This was a great collection of cartoons and I loved the "Smell O-Toons" tie in. Berkeley Breathed is an excellent artist and has an excellent sense of humor. This is a a wo...

    This is my favorite in the works of Berkely Breathed. Who can not enjoy the thought of Mary Kay ladies in combat gear and oozies?! Although this book does show it's age with the political themed humor, I think overall, adults will enjoy the satire and funny illustrations. ...

    i'll never forget how even though the animals were drawn to look extra disney cute.....and by animals, i mean the ones mary kay was using for experiments....i still laughed because it seemed so strange. god i'm weird. ...

  • GW Pickle
    May 11, 2008

    Opus is the man, well a man in penguin form. Excellent comics to cheer you up on a down day. I read a few every morning to start my day off right. Very recommended ...

    whats not to like these are classic originals. things that people try to imitate. will always read Berkeley Breathed. ...

    As always, it was great. I esp love Breathed's use of little signs to point things out, lol. Oh yeah, it's with smell-o-vision. Really. ...

    Not really much here you haven't seen, they even joke about how there really isn't a single strip here that you haven't read and unfortunately there really isn't much justification for getting this if you already have the bigger collections. ...

    I was lucky enough to pick up a pile of classic Bloom County strips at a library book sale. This is the only one of the set that I remember reading before. It also seems to be when the comic strip was at its best. In this volume, Bill the Cat runs for president, with Opus as his run...

    Bloom County is one of the best daily comic strips ever created. From the political satire to the goofy penguin, Bloom County just made you smile. I loved every character Berke Breathed created and looked forward to reading the newspaper every day just to see what was going to happen. ...

    Funny! Brilliant! Irreverent! Bloom County at its peak... Follow the infamous '88 election campaign of Bill n' Opus (see why they received a very substantial contribution from The United Cocaine Producers, Smugglers, Pushers, and Affiliated Scum). Find out the "odd and terrible l...

    I can't sing the praises enough for this comic strip and its characters: Opus, Milo and Steve Dallas. At one point, I owned them all. He really tickles my funny bone with his warped humor and just enough pop culture and political satire to make it interesting. Check out his other colle...

    When I was working in any of the many bookstores where I was employed and I did not want (or have the time) to read my current book, I would grab one of these collections to read on my too short break. I slowly but surely worked my way through several series. These are great time kille...

    Only Berkeley Breathed could come up with a title like "Night of the Mary Kay Commandos Featuring Smell O-Toons." This was a great collection of cartoons and I loved the "Smell O-Toons" tie in. Berkeley Breathed is an excellent artist and has an excellent sense of humor. This is a a wo...

    This is my favorite in the works of Berkely Breathed. Who can not enjoy the thought of Mary Kay ladies in combat gear and oozies?! Although this book does show it's age with the political themed humor, I think overall, adults will enjoy the satire and funny illustrations. ...

    i'll never forget how even though the animals were drawn to look extra disney cute.....and by animals, i mean the ones mary kay was using for experiments....i still laughed because it seemed so strange. god i'm weird. ...

    This classic recently surfaced from our shelves. I've really missed Opus, Bill the Cat, Milo, Steve Dallas, Milquetoast, and the rest. Amazing how 20 year old political comic strips can still be relevant, and more importantly HILARIOUS! Bill 'n Opus in '08! ...

    Milquetoast...the loveable roach The Basselope's a girl!! More politics Is Opus's mom really dead??? Tribute to Emily Dickinson ...

    Another of my favorites in the Bloom county collections. ...

    Long, long ago, it was part of my treasured Bloom County collection, and read and re-read many times. Sigh. ...

    Bloom County reminds me of my college days and Mike Tamaro. Good times! ...

    Bloom County Book 7 ...

    Worth reading for the title sequence alone. Funny stuff. ...

    Too funny! ...

    And this is why I no longer wear make up. ...

    ...

    ...

  • Kaethe
    Jul 09, 2014

    Opus is the man, well a man in penguin form. Excellent comics to cheer you up on a down day. I read a few every morning to start my day off right. Very recommended ...

    whats not to like these are classic originals. things that people try to imitate. will always read Berkeley Breathed. ...

    As always, it was great. I esp love Breathed's use of little signs to point things out, lol. Oh yeah, it's with smell-o-vision. Really. ...

    Not really much here you haven't seen, they even joke about how there really isn't a single strip here that you haven't read and unfortunately there really isn't much justification for getting this if you already have the bigger collections. ...

    I was lucky enough to pick up a pile of classic Bloom County strips at a library book sale. This is the only one of the set that I remember reading before. It also seems to be when the comic strip was at its best. In this volume, Bill the Cat runs for president, with Opus as his run...

    Bloom County is one of the best daily comic strips ever created. From the political satire to the goofy penguin, Bloom County just made you smile. I loved every character Berke Breathed created and looked forward to reading the newspaper every day just to see what was going to happen. ...

    Funny! Brilliant! Irreverent! Bloom County at its peak... Follow the infamous '88 election campaign of Bill n' Opus (see why they received a very substantial contribution from The United Cocaine Producers, Smugglers, Pushers, and Affiliated Scum). Find out the "odd and terrible l...

    I can't sing the praises enough for this comic strip and its characters: Opus, Milo and Steve Dallas. At one point, I owned them all. He really tickles my funny bone with his warped humor and just enough pop culture and political satire to make it interesting. Check out his other colle...

    When I was working in any of the many bookstores where I was employed and I did not want (or have the time) to read my current book, I would grab one of these collections to read on my too short break. I slowly but surely worked my way through several series. These are great time kille...

    Only Berkeley Breathed could come up with a title like "Night of the Mary Kay Commandos Featuring Smell O-Toons." This was a great collection of cartoons and I loved the "Smell O-Toons" tie in. Berkeley Breathed is an excellent artist and has an excellent sense of humor. This is a a wo...

    This is my favorite in the works of Berkely Breathed. Who can not enjoy the thought of Mary Kay ladies in combat gear and oozies?! Although this book does show it's age with the political themed humor, I think overall, adults will enjoy the satire and funny illustrations. ...

    i'll never forget how even though the animals were drawn to look extra disney cute.....and by animals, i mean the ones mary kay was using for experiments....i still laughed because it seemed so strange. god i'm weird. ...

    This classic recently surfaced from our shelves. I've really missed Opus, Bill the Cat, Milo, Steve Dallas, Milquetoast, and the rest. Amazing how 20 year old political comic strips can still be relevant, and more importantly HILARIOUS! Bill 'n Opus in '08! ...

    Milquetoast...the loveable roach The Basselope's a girl!! More politics Is Opus's mom really dead??? Tribute to Emily Dickinson ...

    Another of my favorites in the Bloom county collections. ...

    Long, long ago, it was part of my treasured Bloom County collection, and read and re-read many times. Sigh. ...

    Bloom County reminds me of my college days and Mike Tamaro. Good times! ...

    Bloom County Book 7 ...

    Worth reading for the title sequence alone. Funny stuff. ...

  • Duane
    Feb 06, 2009

    Opus is the man, well a man in penguin form. Excellent comics to cheer you up on a down day. I read a few every morning to start my day off right. Very recommended ...

    whats not to like these are classic originals. things that people try to imitate. will always read Berkeley Breathed. ...

    As always, it was great. I esp love Breathed's use of little signs to point things out, lol. Oh yeah, it's with smell-o-vision. Really. ...

    Not really much here you haven't seen, they even joke about how there really isn't a single strip here that you haven't read and unfortunately there really isn't much justification for getting this if you already have the bigger collections. ...

    I was lucky enough to pick up a pile of classic Bloom County strips at a library book sale. This is the only one of the set that I remember reading before. It also seems to be when the comic strip was at its best. In this volume, Bill the Cat runs for president, with Opus as his run...

    Bloom County is one of the best daily comic strips ever created. From the political satire to the goofy penguin, Bloom County just made you smile. I loved every character Berke Breathed created and looked forward to reading the newspaper every day just to see what was going to happen. ...

    Funny! Brilliant! Irreverent! Bloom County at its peak... Follow the infamous '88 election campaign of Bill n' Opus (see why they received a very substantial contribution from The United Cocaine Producers, Smugglers, Pushers, and Affiliated Scum). Find out the "odd and terrible l...

    I can't sing the praises enough for this comic strip and its characters: Opus, Milo and Steve Dallas. At one point, I owned them all. He really tickles my funny bone with his warped humor and just enough pop culture and political satire to make it interesting. Check out his other colle...

    When I was working in any of the many bookstores where I was employed and I did not want (or have the time) to read my current book, I would grab one of these collections to read on my too short break. I slowly but surely worked my way through several series. These are great time kille...

    Only Berkeley Breathed could come up with a title like "Night of the Mary Kay Commandos Featuring Smell O-Toons." This was a great collection of cartoons and I loved the "Smell O-Toons" tie in. Berkeley Breathed is an excellent artist and has an excellent sense of humor. This is a a wo...

    This is my favorite in the works of Berkely Breathed. Who can not enjoy the thought of Mary Kay ladies in combat gear and oozies?! Although this book does show it's age with the political themed humor, I think overall, adults will enjoy the satire and funny illustrations. ...

  • Matt
    Jun 30, 2008

    Opus is the man, well a man in penguin form. Excellent comics to cheer you up on a down day. I read a few every morning to start my day off right. Very recommended ...

    whats not to like these are classic originals. things that people try to imitate. will always read Berkeley Breathed. ...

    As always, it was great. I esp love Breathed's use of little signs to point things out, lol. Oh yeah, it's with smell-o-vision. Really. ...

    Not really much here you haven't seen, they even joke about how there really isn't a single strip here that you haven't read and unfortunately there really isn't much justification for getting this if you already have the bigger collections. ...

    I was lucky enough to pick up a pile of classic Bloom County strips at a library book sale. This is the only one of the set that I remember reading before. It also seems to be when the comic strip was at its best. In this volume, Bill the Cat runs for president, with Opus as his run...

    Bloom County is one of the best daily comic strips ever created. From the political satire to the goofy penguin, Bloom County just made you smile. I loved every character Berke Breathed created and looked forward to reading the newspaper every day just to see what was going to happen. ...

    Funny! Brilliant! Irreverent! Bloom County at its peak... Follow the infamous '88 election campaign of Bill n' Opus (see why they received a very substantial contribution from The United Cocaine Producers, Smugglers, Pushers, and Affiliated Scum). Find out the "odd and terrible l...

    I can't sing the praises enough for this comic strip and its characters: Opus, Milo and Steve Dallas. At one point, I owned them all. He really tickles my funny bone with his warped humor and just enough pop culture and political satire to make it interesting. Check out his other colle...

    When I was working in any of the many bookstores where I was employed and I did not want (or have the time) to read my current book, I would grab one of these collections to read on my too short break. I slowly but surely worked my way through several series. These are great time kille...

    Only Berkeley Breathed could come up with a title like "Night of the Mary Kay Commandos Featuring Smell O-Toons." This was a great collection of cartoons and I loved the "Smell O-Toons" tie in. Berkeley Breathed is an excellent artist and has an excellent sense of humor. This is a a wo...

    This is my favorite in the works of Berkely Breathed. Who can not enjoy the thought of Mary Kay ladies in combat gear and oozies?! Although this book does show it's age with the political themed humor, I think overall, adults will enjoy the satire and funny illustrations. ...

    i'll never forget how even though the animals were drawn to look extra disney cute.....and by animals, i mean the ones mary kay was using for experiments....i still laughed because it seemed so strange. god i'm weird. ...

    This classic recently surfaced from our shelves. I've really missed Opus, Bill the Cat, Milo, Steve Dallas, Milquetoast, and the rest. Amazing how 20 year old political comic strips can still be relevant, and more importantly HILARIOUS! Bill 'n Opus in '08! ...

  • Alice
    Jun 30, 2014

    Opus is the man, well a man in penguin form. Excellent comics to cheer you up on a down day. I read a few every morning to start my day off right. Very recommended ...

    whats not to like these are classic originals. things that people try to imitate. will always read Berkeley Breathed. ...

    As always, it was great. I esp love Breathed's use of little signs to point things out, lol. Oh yeah, it's with smell-o-vision. Really. ...

    Not really much here you haven't seen, they even joke about how there really isn't a single strip here that you haven't read and unfortunately there really isn't much justification for getting this if you already have the bigger collections. ...

    I was lucky enough to pick up a pile of classic Bloom County strips at a library book sale. This is the only one of the set that I remember reading before. It also seems to be when the comic strip was at its best. In this volume, Bill the Cat runs for president, with Opus as his run...

  • Spudsie
    Aug 31, 2008

    Opus is the man, well a man in penguin form. Excellent comics to cheer you up on a down day. I read a few every morning to start my day off right. Very recommended ...

    whats not to like these are classic originals. things that people try to imitate. will always read Berkeley Breathed. ...

    As always, it was great. I esp love Breathed's use of little signs to point things out, lol. Oh yeah, it's with smell-o-vision. Really. ...

    Not really much here you haven't seen, they even joke about how there really isn't a single strip here that you haven't read and unfortunately there really isn't much justification for getting this if you already have the bigger collections. ...

    I was lucky enough to pick up a pile of classic Bloom County strips at a library book sale. This is the only one of the set that I remember reading before. It also seems to be when the comic strip was at its best. In this volume, Bill the Cat runs for president, with Opus as his run...

    Bloom County is one of the best daily comic strips ever created. From the political satire to the goofy penguin, Bloom County just made you smile. I loved every character Berke Breathed created and looked forward to reading the newspaper every day just to see what was going to happen. ...

    Funny! Brilliant! Irreverent! Bloom County at its peak... Follow the infamous '88 election campaign of Bill n' Opus (see why they received a very substantial contribution from The United Cocaine Producers, Smugglers, Pushers, and Affiliated Scum). Find out the "odd and terrible l...

    I can't sing the praises enough for this comic strip and its characters: Opus, Milo and Steve Dallas. At one point, I owned them all. He really tickles my funny bone with his warped humor and just enough pop culture and political satire to make it interesting. Check out his other colle...

    When I was working in any of the many bookstores where I was employed and I did not want (or have the time) to read my current book, I would grab one of these collections to read on my too short break. I slowly but surely worked my way through several series. These are great time kille...

    Only Berkeley Breathed could come up with a title like "Night of the Mary Kay Commandos Featuring Smell O-Toons." This was a great collection of cartoons and I loved the "Smell O-Toons" tie in. Berkeley Breathed is an excellent artist and has an excellent sense of humor. This is a a wo...

    This is my favorite in the works of Berkely Breathed. Who can not enjoy the thought of Mary Kay ladies in combat gear and oozies?! Although this book does show it's age with the political themed humor, I think overall, adults will enjoy the satire and funny illustrations. ...

    i'll never forget how even though the animals were drawn to look extra disney cute.....and by animals, i mean the ones mary kay was using for experiments....i still laughed because it seemed so strange. god i'm weird. ...

    This classic recently surfaced from our shelves. I've really missed Opus, Bill the Cat, Milo, Steve Dallas, Milquetoast, and the rest. Amazing how 20 year old political comic strips can still be relevant, and more importantly HILARIOUS! Bill 'n Opus in '08! ...

    Milquetoast...the loveable roach The Basselope's a girl!! More politics Is Opus's mom really dead??? Tribute to Emily Dickinson ...

  • Charles
    Jul 30, 2008

    Opus is the man, well a man in penguin form. Excellent comics to cheer you up on a down day. I read a few every morning to start my day off right. Very recommended ...

    whats not to like these are classic originals. things that people try to imitate. will always read Berkeley Breathed. ...

    As always, it was great. I esp love Breathed's use of little signs to point things out, lol. Oh yeah, it's with smell-o-vision. Really. ...

    Not really much here you haven't seen, they even joke about how there really isn't a single strip here that you haven't read and unfortunately there really isn't much justification for getting this if you already have the bigger collections. ...

    I was lucky enough to pick up a pile of classic Bloom County strips at a library book sale. This is the only one of the set that I remember reading before. It also seems to be when the comic strip was at its best. In this volume, Bill the Cat runs for president, with Opus as his run...

    Bloom County is one of the best daily comic strips ever created. From the political satire to the goofy penguin, Bloom County just made you smile. I loved every character Berke Breathed created and looked forward to reading the newspaper every day just to see what was going to happen. ...

    Funny! Brilliant! Irreverent! Bloom County at its peak... Follow the infamous '88 election campaign of Bill n' Opus (see why they received a very substantial contribution from The United Cocaine Producers, Smugglers, Pushers, and Affiliated Scum). Find out the "odd and terrible l...

    I can't sing the praises enough for this comic strip and its characters: Opus, Milo and Steve Dallas. At one point, I owned them all. He really tickles my funny bone with his warped humor and just enough pop culture and political satire to make it interesting. Check out his other colle...

    When I was working in any of the many bookstores where I was employed and I did not want (or have the time) to read my current book, I would grab one of these collections to read on my too short break. I slowly but surely worked my way through several series. These are great time kille...

    Only Berkeley Breathed could come up with a title like "Night of the Mary Kay Commandos Featuring Smell O-Toons." This was a great collection of cartoons and I loved the "Smell O-Toons" tie in. Berkeley Breathed is an excellent artist and has an excellent sense of humor. This is a a wo...

    This is my favorite in the works of Berkely Breathed. Who can not enjoy the thought of Mary Kay ladies in combat gear and oozies?! Although this book does show it's age with the political themed humor, I think overall, adults will enjoy the satire and funny illustrations. ...

    i'll never forget how even though the animals were drawn to look extra disney cute.....and by animals, i mean the ones mary kay was using for experiments....i still laughed because it seemed so strange. god i'm weird. ...

    This classic recently surfaced from our shelves. I've really missed Opus, Bill the Cat, Milo, Steve Dallas, Milquetoast, and the rest. Amazing how 20 year old political comic strips can still be relevant, and more importantly HILARIOUS! Bill 'n Opus in '08! ...

    Milquetoast...the loveable roach The Basselope's a girl!! More politics Is Opus's mom really dead??? Tribute to Emily Dickinson ...

    Another of my favorites in the Bloom county collections. ...

  • Rob
    Feb 13, 2009

    Opus is the man, well a man in penguin form. Excellent comics to cheer you up on a down day. I read a few every morning to start my day off right. Very recommended ...

    whats not to like these are classic originals. things that people try to imitate. will always read Berkeley Breathed. ...

    As always, it was great. I esp love Breathed's use of little signs to point things out, lol. Oh yeah, it's with smell-o-vision. Really. ...

    Not really much here you haven't seen, they even joke about how there really isn't a single strip here that you haven't read and unfortunately there really isn't much justification for getting this if you already have the bigger collections. ...

    I was lucky enough to pick up a pile of classic Bloom County strips at a library book sale. This is the only one of the set that I remember reading before. It also seems to be when the comic strip was at its best. In this volume, Bill the Cat runs for president, with Opus as his run...

    Bloom County is one of the best daily comic strips ever created. From the political satire to the goofy penguin, Bloom County just made you smile. I loved every character Berke Breathed created and looked forward to reading the newspaper every day just to see what was going to happen. ...

    Funny! Brilliant! Irreverent! Bloom County at its peak... Follow the infamous '88 election campaign of Bill n' Opus (see why they received a very substantial contribution from The United Cocaine Producers, Smugglers, Pushers, and Affiliated Scum). Find out the "odd and terrible l...

    I can't sing the praises enough for this comic strip and its characters: Opus, Milo and Steve Dallas. At one point, I owned them all. He really tickles my funny bone with his warped humor and just enough pop culture and political satire to make it interesting. Check out his other colle...

    When I was working in any of the many bookstores where I was employed and I did not want (or have the time) to read my current book, I would grab one of these collections to read on my too short break. I slowly but surely worked my way through several series. These are great time kille...

    Only Berkeley Breathed could come up with a title like "Night of the Mary Kay Commandos Featuring Smell O-Toons." This was a great collection of cartoons and I loved the "Smell O-Toons" tie in. Berkeley Breathed is an excellent artist and has an excellent sense of humor. This is a a wo...

    This is my favorite in the works of Berkely Breathed. Who can not enjoy the thought of Mary Kay ladies in combat gear and oozies?! Although this book does show it's age with the political themed humor, I think overall, adults will enjoy the satire and funny illustrations. ...

    i'll never forget how even though the animals were drawn to look extra disney cute.....and by animals, i mean the ones mary kay was using for experiments....i still laughed because it seemed so strange. god i'm weird. ...

    This classic recently surfaced from our shelves. I've really missed Opus, Bill the Cat, Milo, Steve Dallas, Milquetoast, and the rest. Amazing how 20 year old political comic strips can still be relevant, and more importantly HILARIOUS! Bill 'n Opus in '08! ...

    Milquetoast...the loveable roach The Basselope's a girl!! More politics Is Opus's mom really dead??? Tribute to Emily Dickinson ...

    Another of my favorites in the Bloom county collections. ...

    Long, long ago, it was part of my treasured Bloom County collection, and read and re-read many times. Sigh. ...

    Bloom County reminds me of my college days and Mike Tamaro. Good times! ...

  • Helen
    Sep 25, 2017

    Opus is the man, well a man in penguin form. Excellent comics to cheer you up on a down day. I read a few every morning to start my day off right. Very recommended ...

    whats not to like these are classic originals. things that people try to imitate. will always read Berkeley Breathed. ...

    As always, it was great. I esp love Breathed's use of little signs to point things out, lol. Oh yeah, it's with smell-o-vision. Really. ...

  • Mia Nutick
    Jan 30, 2013

    Opus is the man, well a man in penguin form. Excellent comics to cheer you up on a down day. I read a few every morning to start my day off right. Very recommended ...

    whats not to like these are classic originals. things that people try to imitate. will always read Berkeley Breathed. ...

    As always, it was great. I esp love Breathed's use of little signs to point things out, lol. Oh yeah, it's with smell-o-vision. Really. ...

    Not really much here you haven't seen, they even joke about how there really isn't a single strip here that you haven't read and unfortunately there really isn't much justification for getting this if you already have the bigger collections. ...

    I was lucky enough to pick up a pile of classic Bloom County strips at a library book sale. This is the only one of the set that I remember reading before. It also seems to be when the comic strip was at its best. In this volume, Bill the Cat runs for president, with Opus as his run...

    Bloom County is one of the best daily comic strips ever created. From the political satire to the goofy penguin, Bloom County just made you smile. I loved every character Berke Breathed created and looked forward to reading the newspaper every day just to see what was going to happen. ...

    Funny! Brilliant! Irreverent! Bloom County at its peak... Follow the infamous '88 election campaign of Bill n' Opus (see why they received a very substantial contribution from The United Cocaine Producers, Smugglers, Pushers, and Affiliated Scum). Find out the "odd and terrible l...

    I can't sing the praises enough for this comic strip and its characters: Opus, Milo and Steve Dallas. At one point, I owned them all. He really tickles my funny bone with his warped humor and just enough pop culture and political satire to make it interesting. Check out his other colle...

    When I was working in any of the many bookstores where I was employed and I did not want (or have the time) to read my current book, I would grab one of these collections to read on my too short break. I slowly but surely worked my way through several series. These are great time kille...

    Only Berkeley Breathed could come up with a title like "Night of the Mary Kay Commandos Featuring Smell O-Toons." This was a great collection of cartoons and I loved the "Smell O-Toons" tie in. Berkeley Breathed is an excellent artist and has an excellent sense of humor. This is a a wo...

    This is my favorite in the works of Berkely Breathed. Who can not enjoy the thought of Mary Kay ladies in combat gear and oozies?! Although this book does show it's age with the political themed humor, I think overall, adults will enjoy the satire and funny illustrations. ...

    i'll never forget how even though the animals were drawn to look extra disney cute.....and by animals, i mean the ones mary kay was using for experiments....i still laughed because it seemed so strange. god i'm weird. ...

    This classic recently surfaced from our shelves. I've really missed Opus, Bill the Cat, Milo, Steve Dallas, Milquetoast, and the rest. Amazing how 20 year old political comic strips can still be relevant, and more importantly HILARIOUS! Bill 'n Opus in '08! ...

    Milquetoast...the loveable roach The Basselope's a girl!! More politics Is Opus's mom really dead??? Tribute to Emily Dickinson ...

    Another of my favorites in the Bloom county collections. ...

    Long, long ago, it was part of my treasured Bloom County collection, and read and re-read many times. Sigh. ...

    Bloom County reminds me of my college days and Mike Tamaro. Good times! ...

    Bloom County Book 7 ...

    Worth reading for the title sequence alone. Funny stuff. ...

    Too funny! ...

    And this is why I no longer wear make up. ...

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  • Kyrie
    May 06, 2011

    Opus is the man, well a man in penguin form. Excellent comics to cheer you up on a down day. I read a few every morning to start my day off right. Very recommended ...

    whats not to like these are classic originals. things that people try to imitate. will always read Berkeley Breathed. ...

    As always, it was great. I esp love Breathed's use of little signs to point things out, lol. Oh yeah, it's with smell-o-vision. Really. ...

    Not really much here you haven't seen, they even joke about how there really isn't a single strip here that you haven't read and unfortunately there really isn't much justification for getting this if you already have the bigger collections. ...

    I was lucky enough to pick up a pile of classic Bloom County strips at a library book sale. This is the only one of the set that I remember reading before. It also seems to be when the comic strip was at its best. In this volume, Bill the Cat runs for president, with Opus as his run...

    Bloom County is one of the best daily comic strips ever created. From the political satire to the goofy penguin, Bloom County just made you smile. I loved every character Berke Breathed created and looked forward to reading the newspaper every day just to see what was going to happen. ...

    Funny! Brilliant! Irreverent! Bloom County at its peak... Follow the infamous '88 election campaign of Bill n' Opus (see why they received a very substantial contribution from The United Cocaine Producers, Smugglers, Pushers, and Affiliated Scum). Find out the "odd and terrible l...

    I can't sing the praises enough for this comic strip and its characters: Opus, Milo and Steve Dallas. At one point, I owned them all. He really tickles my funny bone with his warped humor and just enough pop culture and political satire to make it interesting. Check out his other colle...

    When I was working in any of the many bookstores where I was employed and I did not want (or have the time) to read my current book, I would grab one of these collections to read on my too short break. I slowly but surely worked my way through several series. These are great time kille...

    Only Berkeley Breathed could come up with a title like "Night of the Mary Kay Commandos Featuring Smell O-Toons." This was a great collection of cartoons and I loved the "Smell O-Toons" tie in. Berkeley Breathed is an excellent artist and has an excellent sense of humor. This is a a wo...

    This is my favorite in the works of Berkely Breathed. Who can not enjoy the thought of Mary Kay ladies in combat gear and oozies?! Although this book does show it's age with the political themed humor, I think overall, adults will enjoy the satire and funny illustrations. ...

    i'll never forget how even though the animals were drawn to look extra disney cute.....and by animals, i mean the ones mary kay was using for experiments....i still laughed because it seemed so strange. god i'm weird. ...

    This classic recently surfaced from our shelves. I've really missed Opus, Bill the Cat, Milo, Steve Dallas, Milquetoast, and the rest. Amazing how 20 year old political comic strips can still be relevant, and more importantly HILARIOUS! Bill 'n Opus in '08! ...

    Milquetoast...the loveable roach The Basselope's a girl!! More politics Is Opus's mom really dead??? Tribute to Emily Dickinson ...

    Another of my favorites in the Bloom county collections. ...

    Long, long ago, it was part of my treasured Bloom County collection, and read and re-read many times. Sigh. ...

    Bloom County reminds me of my college days and Mike Tamaro. Good times! ...

    Bloom County Book 7 ...

    Worth reading for the title sequence alone. Funny stuff. ...

    Too funny! ...

    And this is why I no longer wear make up. ...

  • David Caldwell
    Oct 03, 2013

    Opus is the man, well a man in penguin form. Excellent comics to cheer you up on a down day. I read a few every morning to start my day off right. Very recommended ...

    whats not to like these are classic originals. things that people try to imitate. will always read Berkeley Breathed. ...

    As always, it was great. I esp love Breathed's use of little signs to point things out, lol. Oh yeah, it's with smell-o-vision. Really. ...

    Not really much here you haven't seen, they even joke about how there really isn't a single strip here that you haven't read and unfortunately there really isn't much justification for getting this if you already have the bigger collections. ...

    I was lucky enough to pick up a pile of classic Bloom County strips at a library book sale. This is the only one of the set that I remember reading before. It also seems to be when the comic strip was at its best. In this volume, Bill the Cat runs for president, with Opus as his run...

    Bloom County is one of the best daily comic strips ever created. From the political satire to the goofy penguin, Bloom County just made you smile. I loved every character Berke Breathed created and looked forward to reading the newspaper every day just to see what was going to happen. ...

    Funny! Brilliant! Irreverent! Bloom County at its peak... Follow the infamous '88 election campaign of Bill n' Opus (see why they received a very substantial contribution from The United Cocaine Producers, Smugglers, Pushers, and Affiliated Scum). Find out the "odd and terrible l...

    I can't sing the praises enough for this comic strip and its characters: Opus, Milo and Steve Dallas. At one point, I owned them all. He really tickles my funny bone with his warped humor and just enough pop culture and political satire to make it interesting. Check out his other colle...

    When I was working in any of the many bookstores where I was employed and I did not want (or have the time) to read my current book, I would grab one of these collections to read on my too short break. I slowly but surely worked my way through several series. These are great time kille...

  • Melissa Lee-Tammeus
    Nov 25, 2011

    Opus is the man, well a man in penguin form. Excellent comics to cheer you up on a down day. I read a few every morning to start my day off right. Very recommended ...

    whats not to like these are classic originals. things that people try to imitate. will always read Berkeley Breathed. ...

    As always, it was great. I esp love Breathed's use of little signs to point things out, lol. Oh yeah, it's with smell-o-vision. Really. ...

    Not really much here you haven't seen, they even joke about how there really isn't a single strip here that you haven't read and unfortunately there really isn't much justification for getting this if you already have the bigger collections. ...

    I was lucky enough to pick up a pile of classic Bloom County strips at a library book sale. This is the only one of the set that I remember reading before. It also seems to be when the comic strip was at its best. In this volume, Bill the Cat runs for president, with Opus as his run...

    Bloom County is one of the best daily comic strips ever created. From the political satire to the goofy penguin, Bloom County just made you smile. I loved every character Berke Breathed created and looked forward to reading the newspaper every day just to see what was going to happen. ...

    Funny! Brilliant! Irreverent! Bloom County at its peak... Follow the infamous '88 election campaign of Bill n' Opus (see why they received a very substantial contribution from The United Cocaine Producers, Smugglers, Pushers, and Affiliated Scum). Find out the "odd and terrible l...

    I can't sing the praises enough for this comic strip and its characters: Opus, Milo and Steve Dallas. At one point, I owned them all. He really tickles my funny bone with his warped humor and just enough pop culture and political satire to make it interesting. Check out his other colle...

    When I was working in any of the many bookstores where I was employed and I did not want (or have the time) to read my current book, I would grab one of these collections to read on my too short break. I slowly but surely worked my way through several series. These are great time kille...

    Only Berkeley Breathed could come up with a title like "Night of the Mary Kay Commandos Featuring Smell O-Toons." This was a great collection of cartoons and I loved the "Smell O-Toons" tie in. Berkeley Breathed is an excellent artist and has an excellent sense of humor. This is a a wo...

    This is my favorite in the works of Berkely Breathed. Who can not enjoy the thought of Mary Kay ladies in combat gear and oozies?! Although this book does show it's age with the political themed humor, I think overall, adults will enjoy the satire and funny illustrations. ...

    i'll never forget how even though the animals were drawn to look extra disney cute.....and by animals, i mean the ones mary kay was using for experiments....i still laughed because it seemed so strange. god i'm weird. ...

    This classic recently surfaced from our shelves. I've really missed Opus, Bill the Cat, Milo, Steve Dallas, Milquetoast, and the rest. Amazing how 20 year old political comic strips can still be relevant, and more importantly HILARIOUS! Bill 'n Opus in '08! ...

    Milquetoast...the loveable roach The Basselope's a girl!! More politics Is Opus's mom really dead??? Tribute to Emily Dickinson ...

    Another of my favorites in the Bloom county collections. ...

    Long, long ago, it was part of my treasured Bloom County collection, and read and re-read many times. Sigh. ...

    Bloom County reminds me of my college days and Mike Tamaro. Good times! ...

    Bloom County Book 7 ...

    Worth reading for the title sequence alone. Funny stuff. ...

    Too funny! ...

  • Mike
    Aug 08, 2012

    Opus is the man, well a man in penguin form. Excellent comics to cheer you up on a down day. I read a few every morning to start my day off right. Very recommended ...

    whats not to like these are classic originals. things that people try to imitate. will always read Berkeley Breathed. ...

    As always, it was great. I esp love Breathed's use of little signs to point things out, lol. Oh yeah, it's with smell-o-vision. Really. ...

    Not really much here you haven't seen, they even joke about how there really isn't a single strip here that you haven't read and unfortunately there really isn't much justification for getting this if you already have the bigger collections. ...

    I was lucky enough to pick up a pile of classic Bloom County strips at a library book sale. This is the only one of the set that I remember reading before. It also seems to be when the comic strip was at its best. In this volume, Bill the Cat runs for president, with Opus as his run...

    Bloom County is one of the best daily comic strips ever created. From the political satire to the goofy penguin, Bloom County just made you smile. I loved every character Berke Breathed created and looked forward to reading the newspaper every day just to see what was going to happen. ...

    Funny! Brilliant! Irreverent! Bloom County at its peak... Follow the infamous '88 election campaign of Bill n' Opus (see why they received a very substantial contribution from The United Cocaine Producers, Smugglers, Pushers, and Affiliated Scum). Find out the "odd and terrible l...

  • Mrs. Reads
    Mar 31, 2013

    Opus is the man, well a man in penguin form. Excellent comics to cheer you up on a down day. I read a few every morning to start my day off right. Very recommended ...

    whats not to like these are classic originals. things that people try to imitate. will always read Berkeley Breathed. ...

    As always, it was great. I esp love Breathed's use of little signs to point things out, lol. Oh yeah, it's with smell-o-vision. Really. ...

    Not really much here you haven't seen, they even joke about how there really isn't a single strip here that you haven't read and unfortunately there really isn't much justification for getting this if you already have the bigger collections. ...

    I was lucky enough to pick up a pile of classic Bloom County strips at a library book sale. This is the only one of the set that I remember reading before. It also seems to be when the comic strip was at its best. In this volume, Bill the Cat runs for president, with Opus as his run...

    Bloom County is one of the best daily comic strips ever created. From the political satire to the goofy penguin, Bloom County just made you smile. I loved every character Berke Breathed created and looked forward to reading the newspaper every day just to see what was going to happen. ...

    Funny! Brilliant! Irreverent! Bloom County at its peak... Follow the infamous '88 election campaign of Bill n' Opus (see why they received a very substantial contribution from The United Cocaine Producers, Smugglers, Pushers, and Affiliated Scum). Find out the "odd and terrible l...

    I can't sing the praises enough for this comic strip and its characters: Opus, Milo and Steve Dallas. At one point, I owned them all. He really tickles my funny bone with his warped humor and just enough pop culture and political satire to make it interesting. Check out his other colle...

    When I was working in any of the many bookstores where I was employed and I did not want (or have the time) to read my current book, I would grab one of these collections to read on my too short break. I slowly but surely worked my way through several series. These are great time kille...

    Only Berkeley Breathed could come up with a title like "Night of the Mary Kay Commandos Featuring Smell O-Toons." This was a great collection of cartoons and I loved the "Smell O-Toons" tie in. Berkeley Breathed is an excellent artist and has an excellent sense of humor. This is a a wo...

    This is my favorite in the works of Berkely Breathed. Who can not enjoy the thought of Mary Kay ladies in combat gear and oozies?! Although this book does show it's age with the political themed humor, I think overall, adults will enjoy the satire and funny illustrations. ...

    i'll never forget how even though the animals were drawn to look extra disney cute.....and by animals, i mean the ones mary kay was using for experiments....i still laughed because it seemed so strange. god i'm weird. ...

    This classic recently surfaced from our shelves. I've really missed Opus, Bill the Cat, Milo, Steve Dallas, Milquetoast, and the rest. Amazing how 20 year old political comic strips can still be relevant, and more importantly HILARIOUS! Bill 'n Opus in '08! ...

    Milquetoast...the loveable roach The Basselope's a girl!! More politics Is Opus's mom really dead??? Tribute to Emily Dickinson ...

    Another of my favorites in the Bloom county collections. ...

    Long, long ago, it was part of my treasured Bloom County collection, and read and re-read many times. Sigh. ...

    Bloom County reminds me of my college days and Mike Tamaro. Good times! ...

    Bloom County Book 7 ...

    Worth reading for the title sequence alone. Funny stuff. ...

    Too funny! ...

    And this is why I no longer wear make up. ...

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  • Timothy Boyd
    Feb 10, 2015

    Opus is the man, well a man in penguin form. Excellent comics to cheer you up on a down day. I read a few every morning to start my day off right. Very recommended ...

  • Nancy Laney
    Sep 01, 2013

    Opus is the man, well a man in penguin form. Excellent comics to cheer you up on a down day. I read a few every morning to start my day off right. Very recommended ...

    whats not to like these are classic originals. things that people try to imitate. will always read Berkeley Breathed. ...

    As always, it was great. I esp love Breathed's use of little signs to point things out, lol. Oh yeah, it's with smell-o-vision. Really. ...

    Not really much here you haven't seen, they even joke about how there really isn't a single strip here that you haven't read and unfortunately there really isn't much justification for getting this if you already have the bigger collections. ...

    I was lucky enough to pick up a pile of classic Bloom County strips at a library book sale. This is the only one of the set that I remember reading before. It also seems to be when the comic strip was at its best. In this volume, Bill the Cat runs for president, with Opus as his run...

    Bloom County is one of the best daily comic strips ever created. From the political satire to the goofy penguin, Bloom County just made you smile. I loved every character Berke Breathed created and looked forward to reading the newspaper every day just to see what was going to happen. ...

    Funny! Brilliant! Irreverent! Bloom County at its peak... Follow the infamous '88 election campaign of Bill n' Opus (see why they received a very substantial contribution from The United Cocaine Producers, Smugglers, Pushers, and Affiliated Scum). Find out the "odd and terrible l...

    I can't sing the praises enough for this comic strip and its characters: Opus, Milo and Steve Dallas. At one point, I owned them all. He really tickles my funny bone with his warped humor and just enough pop culture and political satire to make it interesting. Check out his other colle...

    When I was working in any of the many bookstores where I was employed and I did not want (or have the time) to read my current book, I would grab one of these collections to read on my too short break. I slowly but surely worked my way through several series. These are great time kille...

    Only Berkeley Breathed could come up with a title like "Night of the Mary Kay Commandos Featuring Smell O-Toons." This was a great collection of cartoons and I loved the "Smell O-Toons" tie in. Berkeley Breathed is an excellent artist and has an excellent sense of humor. This is a a wo...

    This is my favorite in the works of Berkely Breathed. Who can not enjoy the thought of Mary Kay ladies in combat gear and oozies?! Although this book does show it's age with the political themed humor, I think overall, adults will enjoy the satire and funny illustrations. ...

    i'll never forget how even though the animals were drawn to look extra disney cute.....and by animals, i mean the ones mary kay was using for experiments....i still laughed because it seemed so strange. god i'm weird. ...

    This classic recently surfaced from our shelves. I've really missed Opus, Bill the Cat, Milo, Steve Dallas, Milquetoast, and the rest. Amazing how 20 year old political comic strips can still be relevant, and more importantly HILARIOUS! Bill 'n Opus in '08! ...

    Milquetoast...the loveable roach The Basselope's a girl!! More politics Is Opus's mom really dead??? Tribute to Emily Dickinson ...

    Another of my favorites in the Bloom county collections. ...

    Long, long ago, it was part of my treasured Bloom County collection, and read and re-read many times. Sigh. ...

    Bloom County reminds me of my college days and Mike Tamaro. Good times! ...

    Bloom County Book 7 ...

  • Misty
    Sep 26, 2013

    Opus is the man, well a man in penguin form. Excellent comics to cheer you up on a down day. I read a few every morning to start my day off right. Very recommended ...

    whats not to like these are classic originals. things that people try to imitate. will always read Berkeley Breathed. ...

    As always, it was great. I esp love Breathed's use of little signs to point things out, lol. Oh yeah, it's with smell-o-vision. Really. ...

    Not really much here you haven't seen, they even joke about how there really isn't a single strip here that you haven't read and unfortunately there really isn't much justification for getting this if you already have the bigger collections. ...

    I was lucky enough to pick up a pile of classic Bloom County strips at a library book sale. This is the only one of the set that I remember reading before. It also seems to be when the comic strip was at its best. In this volume, Bill the Cat runs for president, with Opus as his run...

    Bloom County is one of the best daily comic strips ever created. From the political satire to the goofy penguin, Bloom County just made you smile. I loved every character Berke Breathed created and looked forward to reading the newspaper every day just to see what was going to happen. ...

    Funny! Brilliant! Irreverent! Bloom County at its peak... Follow the infamous '88 election campaign of Bill n' Opus (see why they received a very substantial contribution from The United Cocaine Producers, Smugglers, Pushers, and Affiliated Scum). Find out the "odd and terrible l...

    I can't sing the praises enough for this comic strip and its characters: Opus, Milo and Steve Dallas. At one point, I owned them all. He really tickles my funny bone with his warped humor and just enough pop culture and political satire to make it interesting. Check out his other colle...

    When I was working in any of the many bookstores where I was employed and I did not want (or have the time) to read my current book, I would grab one of these collections to read on my too short break. I slowly but surely worked my way through several series. These are great time kille...

    Only Berkeley Breathed could come up with a title like "Night of the Mary Kay Commandos Featuring Smell O-Toons." This was a great collection of cartoons and I loved the "Smell O-Toons" tie in. Berkeley Breathed is an excellent artist and has an excellent sense of humor. This is a a wo...

    This is my favorite in the works of Berkely Breathed. Who can not enjoy the thought of Mary Kay ladies in combat gear and oozies?! Although this book does show it's age with the political themed humor, I think overall, adults will enjoy the satire and funny illustrations. ...

    i'll never forget how even though the animals were drawn to look extra disney cute.....and by animals, i mean the ones mary kay was using for experiments....i still laughed because it seemed so strange. god i'm weird. ...

    This classic recently surfaced from our shelves. I've really missed Opus, Bill the Cat, Milo, Steve Dallas, Milquetoast, and the rest. Amazing how 20 year old political comic strips can still be relevant, and more importantly HILARIOUS! Bill 'n Opus in '08! ...

    Milquetoast...the loveable roach The Basselope's a girl!! More politics Is Opus's mom really dead??? Tribute to Emily Dickinson ...

    Another of my favorites in the Bloom county collections. ...

    Long, long ago, it was part of my treasured Bloom County collection, and read and re-read many times. Sigh. ...

    Bloom County reminds me of my college days and Mike Tamaro. Good times! ...

    Bloom County Book 7 ...

    Worth reading for the title sequence alone. Funny stuff. ...

    Too funny! ...

    And this is why I no longer wear make up. ...

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  • Ryan
    May 22, 2016

    Opus is the man, well a man in penguin form. Excellent comics to cheer you up on a down day. I read a few every morning to start my day off right. Very recommended ...

    whats not to like these are classic originals. things that people try to imitate. will always read Berkeley Breathed. ...

    As always, it was great. I esp love Breathed's use of little signs to point things out, lol. Oh yeah, it's with smell-o-vision. Really. ...

    Not really much here you haven't seen, they even joke about how there really isn't a single strip here that you haven't read and unfortunately there really isn't much justification for getting this if you already have the bigger collections. ...

    I was lucky enough to pick up a pile of classic Bloom County strips at a library book sale. This is the only one of the set that I remember reading before. It also seems to be when the comic strip was at its best. In this volume, Bill the Cat runs for president, with Opus as his run...

    Bloom County is one of the best daily comic strips ever created. From the political satire to the goofy penguin, Bloom County just made you smile. I loved every character Berke Breathed created and looked forward to reading the newspaper every day just to see what was going to happen. ...

    Funny! Brilliant! Irreverent! Bloom County at its peak... Follow the infamous '88 election campaign of Bill n' Opus (see why they received a very substantial contribution from The United Cocaine Producers, Smugglers, Pushers, and Affiliated Scum). Find out the "odd and terrible l...

    I can't sing the praises enough for this comic strip and its characters: Opus, Milo and Steve Dallas. At one point, I owned them all. He really tickles my funny bone with his warped humor and just enough pop culture and political satire to make it interesting. Check out his other colle...

    When I was working in any of the many bookstores where I was employed and I did not want (or have the time) to read my current book, I would grab one of these collections to read on my too short break. I slowly but surely worked my way through several series. These are great time kille...

    Only Berkeley Breathed could come up with a title like "Night of the Mary Kay Commandos Featuring Smell O-Toons." This was a great collection of cartoons and I loved the "Smell O-Toons" tie in. Berkeley Breathed is an excellent artist and has an excellent sense of humor. This is a a wo...

    This is my favorite in the works of Berkely Breathed. Who can not enjoy the thought of Mary Kay ladies in combat gear and oozies?! Although this book does show it's age with the political themed humor, I think overall, adults will enjoy the satire and funny illustrations. ...

    i'll never forget how even though the animals were drawn to look extra disney cute.....and by animals, i mean the ones mary kay was using for experiments....i still laughed because it seemed so strange. god i'm weird. ...

    This classic recently surfaced from our shelves. I've really missed Opus, Bill the Cat, Milo, Steve Dallas, Milquetoast, and the rest. Amazing how 20 year old political comic strips can still be relevant, and more importantly HILARIOUS! Bill 'n Opus in '08! ...

    Milquetoast...the loveable roach The Basselope's a girl!! More politics Is Opus's mom really dead??? Tribute to Emily Dickinson ...

    Another of my favorites in the Bloom county collections. ...

    Long, long ago, it was part of my treasured Bloom County collection, and read and re-read many times. Sigh. ...

  • chisholm
    May 10, 2017

    Opus is the man, well a man in penguin form. Excellent comics to cheer you up on a down day. I read a few every morning to start my day off right. Very recommended ...

    whats not to like these are classic originals. things that people try to imitate. will always read Berkeley Breathed. ...

  • Jim Francoeur
    Mar 03, 2015

    Opus is the man, well a man in penguin form. Excellent comics to cheer you up on a down day. I read a few every morning to start my day off right. Very recommended ...

    whats not to like these are classic originals. things that people try to imitate. will always read Berkeley Breathed. ...

    As always, it was great. I esp love Breathed's use of little signs to point things out, lol. Oh yeah, it's with smell-o-vision. Really. ...

    Not really much here you haven't seen, they even joke about how there really isn't a single strip here that you haven't read and unfortunately there really isn't much justification for getting this if you already have the bigger collections. ...

    I was lucky enough to pick up a pile of classic Bloom County strips at a library book sale. This is the only one of the set that I remember reading before. It also seems to be when the comic strip was at its best. In this volume, Bill the Cat runs for president, with Opus as his run...

    Bloom County is one of the best daily comic strips ever created. From the political satire to the goofy penguin, Bloom County just made you smile. I loved every character Berke Breathed created and looked forward to reading the newspaper every day just to see what was going to happen. ...

    Funny! Brilliant! Irreverent! Bloom County at its peak... Follow the infamous '88 election campaign of Bill n' Opus (see why they received a very substantial contribution from The United Cocaine Producers, Smugglers, Pushers, and Affiliated Scum). Find out the "odd and terrible l...

    I can't sing the praises enough for this comic strip and its characters: Opus, Milo and Steve Dallas. At one point, I owned them all. He really tickles my funny bone with his warped humor and just enough pop culture and political satire to make it interesting. Check out his other colle...

    When I was working in any of the many bookstores where I was employed and I did not want (or have the time) to read my current book, I would grab one of these collections to read on my too short break. I slowly but surely worked my way through several series. These are great time kille...

    Only Berkeley Breathed could come up with a title like "Night of the Mary Kay Commandos Featuring Smell O-Toons." This was a great collection of cartoons and I loved the "Smell O-Toons" tie in. Berkeley Breathed is an excellent artist and has an excellent sense of humor. This is a a wo...

    This is my favorite in the works of Berkely Breathed. Who can not enjoy the thought of Mary Kay ladies in combat gear and oozies?! Although this book does show it's age with the political themed humor, I think overall, adults will enjoy the satire and funny illustrations. ...

    i'll never forget how even though the animals were drawn to look extra disney cute.....and by animals, i mean the ones mary kay was using for experiments....i still laughed because it seemed so strange. god i'm weird. ...

    This classic recently surfaced from our shelves. I've really missed Opus, Bill the Cat, Milo, Steve Dallas, Milquetoast, and the rest. Amazing how 20 year old political comic strips can still be relevant, and more importantly HILARIOUS! Bill 'n Opus in '08! ...

    Milquetoast...the loveable roach The Basselope's a girl!! More politics Is Opus's mom really dead??? Tribute to Emily Dickinson ...

    Another of my favorites in the Bloom county collections. ...

    Long, long ago, it was part of my treasured Bloom County collection, and read and re-read many times. Sigh. ...

    Bloom County reminds me of my college days and Mike Tamaro. Good times! ...

    Bloom County Book 7 ...

    Worth reading for the title sequence alone. Funny stuff. ...

    Too funny! ...

    And this is why I no longer wear make up. ...

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  • Martin Barenbaum
    Apr 07, 2015

    Opus is the man, well a man in penguin form. Excellent comics to cheer you up on a down day. I read a few every morning to start my day off right. Very recommended ...

    whats not to like these are classic originals. things that people try to imitate. will always read Berkeley Breathed. ...

    As always, it was great. I esp love Breathed's use of little signs to point things out, lol. Oh yeah, it's with smell-o-vision. Really. ...

    Not really much here you haven't seen, they even joke about how there really isn't a single strip here that you haven't read and unfortunately there really isn't much justification for getting this if you already have the bigger collections. ...

    I was lucky enough to pick up a pile of classic Bloom County strips at a library book sale. This is the only one of the set that I remember reading before. It also seems to be when the comic strip was at its best. In this volume, Bill the Cat runs for president, with Opus as his run...

    Bloom County is one of the best daily comic strips ever created. From the political satire to the goofy penguin, Bloom County just made you smile. I loved every character Berke Breathed created and looked forward to reading the newspaper every day just to see what was going to happen. ...

    Funny! Brilliant! Irreverent! Bloom County at its peak... Follow the infamous '88 election campaign of Bill n' Opus (see why they received a very substantial contribution from The United Cocaine Producers, Smugglers, Pushers, and Affiliated Scum). Find out the "odd and terrible l...

    I can't sing the praises enough for this comic strip and its characters: Opus, Milo and Steve Dallas. At one point, I owned them all. He really tickles my funny bone with his warped humor and just enough pop culture and political satire to make it interesting. Check out his other colle...

    When I was working in any of the many bookstores where I was employed and I did not want (or have the time) to read my current book, I would grab one of these collections to read on my too short break. I slowly but surely worked my way through several series. These are great time kille...

    Only Berkeley Breathed could come up with a title like "Night of the Mary Kay Commandos Featuring Smell O-Toons." This was a great collection of cartoons and I loved the "Smell O-Toons" tie in. Berkeley Breathed is an excellent artist and has an excellent sense of humor. This is a a wo...

    This is my favorite in the works of Berkely Breathed. Who can not enjoy the thought of Mary Kay ladies in combat gear and oozies?! Although this book does show it's age with the political themed humor, I think overall, adults will enjoy the satire and funny illustrations. ...

    i'll never forget how even though the animals were drawn to look extra disney cute.....and by animals, i mean the ones mary kay was using for experiments....i still laughed because it seemed so strange. god i'm weird. ...

    This classic recently surfaced from our shelves. I've really missed Opus, Bill the Cat, Milo, Steve Dallas, Milquetoast, and the rest. Amazing how 20 year old political comic strips can still be relevant, and more importantly HILARIOUS! Bill 'n Opus in '08! ...

    Milquetoast...the loveable roach The Basselope's a girl!! More politics Is Opus's mom really dead??? Tribute to Emily Dickinson ...

    Another of my favorites in the Bloom county collections. ...

    Long, long ago, it was part of my treasured Bloom County collection, and read and re-read many times. Sigh. ...

    Bloom County reminds me of my college days and Mike Tamaro. Good times! ...

    Bloom County Book 7 ...

    Worth reading for the title sequence alone. Funny stuff. ...

    Too funny! ...

    And this is why I no longer wear make up. ...

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  • John Glynn
    Apr 22, 2015

    Opus is the man, well a man in penguin form. Excellent comics to cheer you up on a down day. I read a few every morning to start my day off right. Very recommended ...

    whats not to like these are classic originals. things that people try to imitate. will always read Berkeley Breathed. ...

    As always, it was great. I esp love Breathed's use of little signs to point things out, lol. Oh yeah, it's with smell-o-vision. Really. ...

    Not really much here you haven't seen, they even joke about how there really isn't a single strip here that you haven't read and unfortunately there really isn't much justification for getting this if you already have the bigger collections. ...

    I was lucky enough to pick up a pile of classic Bloom County strips at a library book sale. This is the only one of the set that I remember reading before. It also seems to be when the comic strip was at its best. In this volume, Bill the Cat runs for president, with Opus as his run...

    Bloom County is one of the best daily comic strips ever created. From the political satire to the goofy penguin, Bloom County just made you smile. I loved every character Berke Breathed created and looked forward to reading the newspaper every day just to see what was going to happen. ...

    Funny! Brilliant! Irreverent! Bloom County at its peak... Follow the infamous '88 election campaign of Bill n' Opus (see why they received a very substantial contribution from The United Cocaine Producers, Smugglers, Pushers, and Affiliated Scum). Find out the "odd and terrible l...

    I can't sing the praises enough for this comic strip and its characters: Opus, Milo and Steve Dallas. At one point, I owned them all. He really tickles my funny bone with his warped humor and just enough pop culture and political satire to make it interesting. Check out his other colle...

    When I was working in any of the many bookstores where I was employed and I did not want (or have the time) to read my current book, I would grab one of these collections to read on my too short break. I slowly but surely worked my way through several series. These are great time kille...

    Only Berkeley Breathed could come up with a title like "Night of the Mary Kay Commandos Featuring Smell O-Toons." This was a great collection of cartoons and I loved the "Smell O-Toons" tie in. Berkeley Breathed is an excellent artist and has an excellent sense of humor. This is a a wo...

    This is my favorite in the works of Berkely Breathed. Who can not enjoy the thought of Mary Kay ladies in combat gear and oozies?! Although this book does show it's age with the political themed humor, I think overall, adults will enjoy the satire and funny illustrations. ...

    i'll never forget how even though the animals were drawn to look extra disney cute.....and by animals, i mean the ones mary kay was using for experiments....i still laughed because it seemed so strange. god i'm weird. ...

    This classic recently surfaced from our shelves. I've really missed Opus, Bill the Cat, Milo, Steve Dallas, Milquetoast, and the rest. Amazing how 20 year old political comic strips can still be relevant, and more importantly HILARIOUS! Bill 'n Opus in '08! ...

    Milquetoast...the loveable roach The Basselope's a girl!! More politics Is Opus's mom really dead??? Tribute to Emily Dickinson ...

    Another of my favorites in the Bloom county collections. ...

    Long, long ago, it was part of my treasured Bloom County collection, and read and re-read many times. Sigh. ...

    Bloom County reminds me of my college days and Mike Tamaro. Good times! ...

    Bloom County Book 7 ...

    Worth reading for the title sequence alone. Funny stuff. ...

    Too funny! ...

    And this is why I no longer wear make up. ...

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  • Conan Tigard
    Nov 16, 2015

    Opus is the man, well a man in penguin form. Excellent comics to cheer you up on a down day. I read a few every morning to start my day off right. Very recommended ...

    whats not to like these are classic originals. things that people try to imitate. will always read Berkeley Breathed. ...

    As always, it was great. I esp love Breathed's use of little signs to point things out, lol. Oh yeah, it's with smell-o-vision. Really. ...

    Not really much here you haven't seen, they even joke about how there really isn't a single strip here that you haven't read and unfortunately there really isn't much justification for getting this if you already have the bigger collections. ...

    I was lucky enough to pick up a pile of classic Bloom County strips at a library book sale. This is the only one of the set that I remember reading before. It also seems to be when the comic strip was at its best. In this volume, Bill the Cat runs for president, with Opus as his run...

    Bloom County is one of the best daily comic strips ever created. From the political satire to the goofy penguin, Bloom County just made you smile. I loved every character Berke Breathed created and looked forward to reading the newspaper every day just to see what was going to happen. ...

  • Evan Macrone (Will Work For Books)
    Mar 01, 2017

    Opus is the man, well a man in penguin form. Excellent comics to cheer you up on a down day. I read a few every morning to start my day off right. Very recommended ...

    whats not to like these are classic originals. things that people try to imitate. will always read Berkeley Breathed. ...

    As always, it was great. I esp love Breathed's use of little signs to point things out, lol. Oh yeah, it's with smell-o-vision. Really. ...

    Not really much here you haven't seen, they even joke about how there really isn't a single strip here that you haven't read and unfortunately there really isn't much justification for getting this if you already have the bigger collections. ...

  • Bill Conrad
    Aug 21, 2017

    Opus is the man, well a man in penguin form. Excellent comics to cheer you up on a down day. I read a few every morning to start my day off right. Very recommended ...

    whats not to like these are classic originals. things that people try to imitate. will always read Berkeley Breathed. ...

    As always, it was great. I esp love Breathed's use of little signs to point things out, lol. Oh yeah, it's with smell-o-vision. Really. ...

    Not really much here you haven't seen, they even joke about how there really isn't a single strip here that you haven't read and unfortunately there really isn't much justification for getting this if you already have the bigger collections. ...

    I was lucky enough to pick up a pile of classic Bloom County strips at a library book sale. This is the only one of the set that I remember reading before. It also seems to be when the comic strip was at its best. In this volume, Bill the Cat runs for president, with Opus as his run...

    Bloom County is one of the best daily comic strips ever created. From the political satire to the goofy penguin, Bloom County just made you smile. I loved every character Berke Breathed created and looked forward to reading the newspaper every day just to see what was going to happen. ...

    Funny! Brilliant! Irreverent! Bloom County at its peak... Follow the infamous '88 election campaign of Bill n' Opus (see why they received a very substantial contribution from The United Cocaine Producers, Smugglers, Pushers, and Affiliated Scum). Find out the "odd and terrible l...

    I can't sing the praises enough for this comic strip and its characters: Opus, Milo and Steve Dallas. At one point, I owned them all. He really tickles my funny bone with his warped humor and just enough pop culture and political satire to make it interesting. Check out his other colle...

    When I was working in any of the many bookstores where I was employed and I did not want (or have the time) to read my current book, I would grab one of these collections to read on my too short break. I slowly but surely worked my way through several series. These are great time kille...

    Only Berkeley Breathed could come up with a title like "Night of the Mary Kay Commandos Featuring Smell O-Toons." This was a great collection of cartoons and I loved the "Smell O-Toons" tie in. Berkeley Breathed is an excellent artist and has an excellent sense of humor. This is a a wo...

  • Jmart168
    May 14, 2013

    Opus is the man, well a man in penguin form. Excellent comics to cheer you up on a down day. I read a few every morning to start my day off right. Very recommended ...

    whats not to like these are classic originals. things that people try to imitate. will always read Berkeley Breathed. ...

    As always, it was great. I esp love Breathed's use of little signs to point things out, lol. Oh yeah, it's with smell-o-vision. Really. ...

    Not really much here you haven't seen, they even joke about how there really isn't a single strip here that you haven't read and unfortunately there really isn't much justification for getting this if you already have the bigger collections. ...

    I was lucky enough to pick up a pile of classic Bloom County strips at a library book sale. This is the only one of the set that I remember reading before. It also seems to be when the comic strip was at its best. In this volume, Bill the Cat runs for president, with Opus as his run...

    Bloom County is one of the best daily comic strips ever created. From the political satire to the goofy penguin, Bloom County just made you smile. I loved every character Berke Breathed created and looked forward to reading the newspaper every day just to see what was going to happen. ...

    Funny! Brilliant! Irreverent! Bloom County at its peak... Follow the infamous '88 election campaign of Bill n' Opus (see why they received a very substantial contribution from The United Cocaine Producers, Smugglers, Pushers, and Affiliated Scum). Find out the "odd and terrible l...

    I can't sing the praises enough for this comic strip and its characters: Opus, Milo and Steve Dallas. At one point, I owned them all. He really tickles my funny bone with his warped humor and just enough pop culture and political satire to make it interesting. Check out his other colle...

    When I was working in any of the many bookstores where I was employed and I did not want (or have the time) to read my current book, I would grab one of these collections to read on my too short break. I slowly but surely worked my way through several series. These are great time kille...

    Only Berkeley Breathed could come up with a title like "Night of the Mary Kay Commandos Featuring Smell O-Toons." This was a great collection of cartoons and I loved the "Smell O-Toons" tie in. Berkeley Breathed is an excellent artist and has an excellent sense of humor. This is a a wo...

    This is my favorite in the works of Berkely Breathed. Who can not enjoy the thought of Mary Kay ladies in combat gear and oozies?! Although this book does show it's age with the political themed humor, I think overall, adults will enjoy the satire and funny illustrations. ...

    i'll never forget how even though the animals were drawn to look extra disney cute.....and by animals, i mean the ones mary kay was using for experiments....i still laughed because it seemed so strange. god i'm weird. ...

    This classic recently surfaced from our shelves. I've really missed Opus, Bill the Cat, Milo, Steve Dallas, Milquetoast, and the rest. Amazing how 20 year old political comic strips can still be relevant, and more importantly HILARIOUS! Bill 'n Opus in '08! ...

    Milquetoast...the loveable roach The Basselope's a girl!! More politics Is Opus's mom really dead??? Tribute to Emily Dickinson ...

    Another of my favorites in the Bloom county collections. ...

    Long, long ago, it was part of my treasured Bloom County collection, and read and re-read many times. Sigh. ...

    Bloom County reminds me of my college days and Mike Tamaro. Good times! ...

    Bloom County Book 7 ...

    Worth reading for the title sequence alone. Funny stuff. ...

    Too funny! ...

    And this is why I no longer wear make up. ...

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