Hound of The Far Side

Hound of The Far Side

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Title:Hound of The Far Side
Author:Gary Larson
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Genres:Sequential Art
ISBN:Hound of the Far Side
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Edition Language:English
Format Type:Paperback
Number of Pages:104 pages pages

Hound of The Far Side Reviews

  • Mark
    Dec 17, 2016

    Awesome! ...

    This is the seventh Far Side collection (originally published in the UK in 1988 - I read the 1991 Futura edition), featuring cartoons from 1980 through to 1987. It starts well, with the two pilots playing at turbulence and never puts a foot wrong. Of the panels themselves, my favourite...

  • Joanne G.
    Jun 06, 2014

    Awesome! ...

    This is the seventh Far Side collection (originally published in the UK in 1988 - I read the 1991 Futura edition), featuring cartoons from 1980 through to 1987. It starts well, with the two pilots playing at turbulence and never puts a foot wrong. Of the panels themselves, my favourite...

    No herttinen, ovathan nämä kaikessa absurdiudessaan todella hauskoja. Gary Larson lienee jonkinlainen nero. ...

    Gary Larson is really a Genius ...

    Ah, what a joy to find this collection while cleaning up. I've read it many times and each time different comics stand out to me as being the funniest. That said, I can't really compare it to what I normally read - that is stories, narrative - and so I must rate it neutrally at 3. ...

    The cartoons are classic. I always get a chuckle even if I have already seen them. Not tire of Far Side yet. My son in SF complained about having trouble getting his mind to rest in order to fall asleep. I suggested a Far Side book as it works for me sending away the cares of the day a...

    Toujours très fin et marrant, même en français. ...

    Like most people, I've read my fair share of The Far Side over the years, and I think I picked this up somewhere along the way, recognizing the title. That said, I think I enjoy the series more in small doses, and not all at once. Some of the strips honestly flew over my head, and o...

    Hound of The Far Side will bring a smile to your face as you read it. As with all The Far Side comic strips, you have to have a little bit of a twisted sense of humor to enjoy these. Most of the strips evolve around animals in a human's shoes. What would they do if they lived like ...

    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...

    As always, Gary Larson delivers. Hound of the Far Side is funny, provocative, and insightful, like all of Larson's books. Unfortunately, as with most comics strips, it's either all or nothing, love it or hate it. If you like Larson, then you are guaranteed to love this book. If you don...

    I've never really read The Far Side, but I know all my friends in high school loved it, so I picked this up at the library. I didn't find it particularly funny. But it's the seventh volume, so maybe Larson's run out of ideas by this book? ...

    My sister gave me this book as a birthday present one year. I love the Far Side. ...

    Very funny. These are the kind on things you put on the wall to show everyone. ...

    Ha Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha! some I still don't get, which I find good. ...

    always funny, and fun to read! ...

    Shake your head funny! ...

    Larson's offbeat quirkiness is always appreciated. ...

  • Jimmie
    Nov 09, 2013

    Awesome! ...

    This is the seventh Far Side collection (originally published in the UK in 1988 - I read the 1991 Futura edition), featuring cartoons from 1980 through to 1987. It starts well, with the two pilots playing at turbulence and never puts a foot wrong. Of the panels themselves, my favourite...

    No herttinen, ovathan nämä kaikessa absurdiudessaan todella hauskoja. Gary Larson lienee jonkinlainen nero. ...

    Gary Larson is really a Genius ...

    Ah, what a joy to find this collection while cleaning up. I've read it many times and each time different comics stand out to me as being the funniest. That said, I can't really compare it to what I normally read - that is stories, narrative - and so I must rate it neutrally at 3. ...

    The cartoons are classic. I always get a chuckle even if I have already seen them. Not tire of Far Side yet. My son in SF complained about having trouble getting his mind to rest in order to fall asleep. I suggested a Far Side book as it works for me sending away the cares of the day a...

    Toujours très fin et marrant, même en français. ...

    Like most people, I've read my fair share of The Far Side over the years, and I think I picked this up somewhere along the way, recognizing the title. That said, I think I enjoy the series more in small doses, and not all at once. Some of the strips honestly flew over my head, and o...

    Hound of The Far Side will bring a smile to your face as you read it. As with all The Far Side comic strips, you have to have a little bit of a twisted sense of humor to enjoy these. Most of the strips evolve around animals in a human's shoes. What would they do if they lived like ...

    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...

    As always, Gary Larson delivers. Hound of the Far Side is funny, provocative, and insightful, like all of Larson's books. Unfortunately, as with most comics strips, it's either all or nothing, love it or hate it. If you like Larson, then you are guaranteed to love this book. If you don...

    I've never really read The Far Side, but I know all my friends in high school loved it, so I picked this up at the library. I didn't find it particularly funny. But it's the seventh volume, so maybe Larson's run out of ideas by this book? ...

  • Kaethe
    Jul 09, 2014

    Awesome! ...

    This is the seventh Far Side collection (originally published in the UK in 1988 - I read the 1991 Futura edition), featuring cartoons from 1980 through to 1987. It starts well, with the two pilots playing at turbulence and never puts a foot wrong. Of the panels themselves, my favourite...

    No herttinen, ovathan nämä kaikessa absurdiudessaan todella hauskoja. Gary Larson lienee jonkinlainen nero. ...

    Gary Larson is really a Genius ...

    Ah, what a joy to find this collection while cleaning up. I've read it many times and each time different comics stand out to me as being the funniest. That said, I can't really compare it to what I normally read - that is stories, narrative - and so I must rate it neutrally at 3. ...

    The cartoons are classic. I always get a chuckle even if I have already seen them. Not tire of Far Side yet. My son in SF complained about having trouble getting his mind to rest in order to fall asleep. I suggested a Far Side book as it works for me sending away the cares of the day a...

    Toujours très fin et marrant, même en français. ...

    Like most people, I've read my fair share of The Far Side over the years, and I think I picked this up somewhere along the way, recognizing the title. That said, I think I enjoy the series more in small doses, and not all at once. Some of the strips honestly flew over my head, and o...

    Hound of The Far Side will bring a smile to your face as you read it. As with all The Far Side comic strips, you have to have a little bit of a twisted sense of humor to enjoy these. Most of the strips evolve around animals in a human's shoes. What would they do if they lived like ...

    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...

    As always, Gary Larson delivers. Hound of the Far Side is funny, provocative, and insightful, like all of Larson's books. Unfortunately, as with most comics strips, it's either all or nothing, love it or hate it. If you like Larson, then you are guaranteed to love this book. If you don...

    I've never really read The Far Side, but I know all my friends in high school loved it, so I picked this up at the library. I didn't find it particularly funny. But it's the seventh volume, so maybe Larson's run out of ideas by this book? ...

    My sister gave me this book as a birthday present one year. I love the Far Side. ...

    Very funny. These are the kind on things you put on the wall to show everyone. ...

    Ha Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha! some I still don't get, which I find good. ...

    always funny, and fun to read! ...

    Shake your head funny! ...

    Larson's offbeat quirkiness is always appreciated. ...

    Can't get enough of the Far Side books! Thoroughly enjoyed reading this! ...

    Geek humor of the first order. As is the case with XKCD, the primitive art style adds to the effect. ...

  • Josh
    Aug 02, 2008

    Awesome! ...

    This is the seventh Far Side collection (originally published in the UK in 1988 - I read the 1991 Futura edition), featuring cartoons from 1980 through to 1987. It starts well, with the two pilots playing at turbulence and never puts a foot wrong. Of the panels themselves, my favourite...

    No herttinen, ovathan nämä kaikessa absurdiudessaan todella hauskoja. Gary Larson lienee jonkinlainen nero. ...

    Gary Larson is really a Genius ...

    Ah, what a joy to find this collection while cleaning up. I've read it many times and each time different comics stand out to me as being the funniest. That said, I can't really compare it to what I normally read - that is stories, narrative - and so I must rate it neutrally at 3. ...

    The cartoons are classic. I always get a chuckle even if I have already seen them. Not tire of Far Side yet. My son in SF complained about having trouble getting his mind to rest in order to fall asleep. I suggested a Far Side book as it works for me sending away the cares of the day a...

    Toujours très fin et marrant, même en français. ...

    Like most people, I've read my fair share of The Far Side over the years, and I think I picked this up somewhere along the way, recognizing the title. That said, I think I enjoy the series more in small doses, and not all at once. Some of the strips honestly flew over my head, and o...

    Hound of The Far Side will bring a smile to your face as you read it. As with all The Far Side comic strips, you have to have a little bit of a twisted sense of humor to enjoy these. Most of the strips evolve around animals in a human's shoes. What would they do if they lived like ...

    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...

    As always, Gary Larson delivers. Hound of the Far Side is funny, provocative, and insightful, like all of Larson's books. Unfortunately, as with most comics strips, it's either all or nothing, love it or hate it. If you like Larson, then you are guaranteed to love this book. If you don...

    I've never really read The Far Side, but I know all my friends in high school loved it, so I picked this up at the library. I didn't find it particularly funny. But it's the seventh volume, so maybe Larson's run out of ideas by this book? ...

    My sister gave me this book as a birthday present one year. I love the Far Side. ...

    Very funny. These are the kind on things you put on the wall to show everyone. ...

    Ha Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha! some I still don't get, which I find good. ...

    always funny, and fun to read! ...

    Shake your head funny! ...

    Larson's offbeat quirkiness is always appreciated. ...

    Can't get enough of the Far Side books! Thoroughly enjoyed reading this! ...

    Geek humor of the first order. As is the case with XKCD, the primitive art style adds to the effect. ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

  • Jarin
    Jan 31, 2009

    Awesome! ...

    This is the seventh Far Side collection (originally published in the UK in 1988 - I read the 1991 Futura edition), featuring cartoons from 1980 through to 1987. It starts well, with the two pilots playing at turbulence and never puts a foot wrong. Of the panels themselves, my favourite...

    No herttinen, ovathan nämä kaikessa absurdiudessaan todella hauskoja. Gary Larson lienee jonkinlainen nero. ...

    Gary Larson is really a Genius ...

    Ah, what a joy to find this collection while cleaning up. I've read it many times and each time different comics stand out to me as being the funniest. That said, I can't really compare it to what I normally read - that is stories, narrative - and so I must rate it neutrally at 3. ...

    The cartoons are classic. I always get a chuckle even if I have already seen them. Not tire of Far Side yet. My son in SF complained about having trouble getting his mind to rest in order to fall asleep. I suggested a Far Side book as it works for me sending away the cares of the day a...

    Toujours très fin et marrant, même en français. ...

    Like most people, I've read my fair share of The Far Side over the years, and I think I picked this up somewhere along the way, recognizing the title. That said, I think I enjoy the series more in small doses, and not all at once. Some of the strips honestly flew over my head, and o...

    Hound of The Far Side will bring a smile to your face as you read it. As with all The Far Side comic strips, you have to have a little bit of a twisted sense of humor to enjoy these. Most of the strips evolve around animals in a human's shoes. What would they do if they lived like ...

    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...

    As always, Gary Larson delivers. Hound of the Far Side is funny, provocative, and insightful, like all of Larson's books. Unfortunately, as with most comics strips, it's either all or nothing, love it or hate it. If you like Larson, then you are guaranteed to love this book. If you don...

    I've never really read The Far Side, but I know all my friends in high school loved it, so I picked this up at the library. I didn't find it particularly funny. But it's the seventh volume, so maybe Larson's run out of ideas by this book? ...

    My sister gave me this book as a birthday present one year. I love the Far Side. ...

    Very funny. These are the kind on things you put on the wall to show everyone. ...

    Ha Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha! some I still don't get, which I find good. ...

    always funny, and fun to read! ...

    Shake your head funny! ...

    Larson's offbeat quirkiness is always appreciated. ...

    Can't get enough of the Far Side books! Thoroughly enjoyed reading this! ...

    Geek humor of the first order. As is the case with XKCD, the primitive art style adds to the effect. ...

    ...

  • Katie
    Feb 06, 2010

    Awesome! ...

    This is the seventh Far Side collection (originally published in the UK in 1988 - I read the 1991 Futura edition), featuring cartoons from 1980 through to 1987. It starts well, with the two pilots playing at turbulence and never puts a foot wrong. Of the panels themselves, my favourite...

    No herttinen, ovathan nämä kaikessa absurdiudessaan todella hauskoja. Gary Larson lienee jonkinlainen nero. ...

    Gary Larson is really a Genius ...

    Ah, what a joy to find this collection while cleaning up. I've read it many times and each time different comics stand out to me as being the funniest. That said, I can't really compare it to what I normally read - that is stories, narrative - and so I must rate it neutrally at 3. ...

    The cartoons are classic. I always get a chuckle even if I have already seen them. Not tire of Far Side yet. My son in SF complained about having trouble getting his mind to rest in order to fall asleep. I suggested a Far Side book as it works for me sending away the cares of the day a...

    Toujours très fin et marrant, même en français. ...

    Like most people, I've read my fair share of The Far Side over the years, and I think I picked this up somewhere along the way, recognizing the title. That said, I think I enjoy the series more in small doses, and not all at once. Some of the strips honestly flew over my head, and o...

    Hound of The Far Side will bring a smile to your face as you read it. As with all The Far Side comic strips, you have to have a little bit of a twisted sense of humor to enjoy these. Most of the strips evolve around animals in a human's shoes. What would they do if they lived like ...

    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...

    As always, Gary Larson delivers. Hound of the Far Side is funny, provocative, and insightful, like all of Larson's books. Unfortunately, as with most comics strips, it's either all or nothing, love it or hate it. If you like Larson, then you are guaranteed to love this book. If you don...

    I've never really read The Far Side, but I know all my friends in high school loved it, so I picked this up at the library. I didn't find it particularly funny. But it's the seventh volume, so maybe Larson's run out of ideas by this book? ...

    My sister gave me this book as a birthday present one year. I love the Far Side. ...

    Very funny. These are the kind on things you put on the wall to show everyone. ...

    Ha Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha! some I still don't get, which I find good. ...

    always funny, and fun to read! ...

    Shake your head funny! ...

    Larson's offbeat quirkiness is always appreciated. ...

    Can't get enough of the Far Side books! Thoroughly enjoyed reading this! ...

    Geek humor of the first order. As is the case with XKCD, the primitive art style adds to the effect. ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

  • Bob Schmitz
    Jun 25, 2017

    Awesome! ...

    This is the seventh Far Side collection (originally published in the UK in 1988 - I read the 1991 Futura edition), featuring cartoons from 1980 through to 1987. It starts well, with the two pilots playing at turbulence and never puts a foot wrong. Of the panels themselves, my favourite...

    No herttinen, ovathan nämä kaikessa absurdiudessaan todella hauskoja. Gary Larson lienee jonkinlainen nero. ...

    Gary Larson is really a Genius ...

    Ah, what a joy to find this collection while cleaning up. I've read it many times and each time different comics stand out to me as being the funniest. That said, I can't really compare it to what I normally read - that is stories, narrative - and so I must rate it neutrally at 3. ...

    The cartoons are classic. I always get a chuckle even if I have already seen them. Not tire of Far Side yet. My son in SF complained about having trouble getting his mind to rest in order to fall asleep. I suggested a Far Side book as it works for me sending away the cares of the day a...

  • David Caldwell
    Oct 03, 2013

    Awesome! ...

    This is the seventh Far Side collection (originally published in the UK in 1988 - I read the 1991 Futura edition), featuring cartoons from 1980 through to 1987. It starts well, with the two pilots playing at turbulence and never puts a foot wrong. Of the panels themselves, my favourite...

    No herttinen, ovathan nämä kaikessa absurdiudessaan todella hauskoja. Gary Larson lienee jonkinlainen nero. ...

    Gary Larson is really a Genius ...

    Ah, what a joy to find this collection while cleaning up. I've read it many times and each time different comics stand out to me as being the funniest. That said, I can't really compare it to what I normally read - that is stories, narrative - and so I must rate it neutrally at 3. ...

    The cartoons are classic. I always get a chuckle even if I have already seen them. Not tire of Far Side yet. My son in SF complained about having trouble getting his mind to rest in order to fall asleep. I suggested a Far Side book as it works for me sending away the cares of the day a...

    Toujours très fin et marrant, même en français. ...

    Like most people, I've read my fair share of The Far Side over the years, and I think I picked this up somewhere along the way, recognizing the title. That said, I think I enjoy the series more in small doses, and not all at once. Some of the strips honestly flew over my head, and o...

    Hound of The Far Side will bring a smile to your face as you read it. As with all The Far Side comic strips, you have to have a little bit of a twisted sense of humor to enjoy these. Most of the strips evolve around animals in a human's shoes. What would they do if they lived like ...

    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...

  • Thisdaydreamer
    Jun 04, 2012

    Awesome! ...

    This is the seventh Far Side collection (originally published in the UK in 1988 - I read the 1991 Futura edition), featuring cartoons from 1980 through to 1987. It starts well, with the two pilots playing at turbulence and never puts a foot wrong. Of the panels themselves, my favourite...

    No herttinen, ovathan nämä kaikessa absurdiudessaan todella hauskoja. Gary Larson lienee jonkinlainen nero. ...

    Gary Larson is really a Genius ...

    Ah, what a joy to find this collection while cleaning up. I've read it many times and each time different comics stand out to me as being the funniest. That said, I can't really compare it to what I normally read - that is stories, narrative - and so I must rate it neutrally at 3. ...

    The cartoons are classic. I always get a chuckle even if I have already seen them. Not tire of Far Side yet. My son in SF complained about having trouble getting his mind to rest in order to fall asleep. I suggested a Far Side book as it works for me sending away the cares of the day a...

    Toujours très fin et marrant, même en français. ...

    Like most people, I've read my fair share of The Far Side over the years, and I think I picked this up somewhere along the way, recognizing the title. That said, I think I enjoy the series more in small doses, and not all at once. Some of the strips honestly flew over my head, and o...

    Hound of The Far Side will bring a smile to your face as you read it. As with all The Far Side comic strips, you have to have a little bit of a twisted sense of humor to enjoy these. Most of the strips evolve around animals in a human's shoes. What would they do if they lived like ...

    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...

    As always, Gary Larson delivers. Hound of the Far Side is funny, provocative, and insightful, like all of Larson's books. Unfortunately, as with most comics strips, it's either all or nothing, love it or hate it. If you like Larson, then you are guaranteed to love this book. If you don...

    I've never really read The Far Side, but I know all my friends in high school loved it, so I picked this up at the library. I didn't find it particularly funny. But it's the seventh volume, so maybe Larson's run out of ideas by this book? ...

    My sister gave me this book as a birthday present one year. I love the Far Side. ...

    Very funny. These are the kind on things you put on the wall to show everyone. ...

    Ha Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha! some I still don't get, which I find good. ...

    always funny, and fun to read! ...

    Shake your head funny! ...

    Larson's offbeat quirkiness is always appreciated. ...

    Can't get enough of the Far Side books! Thoroughly enjoyed reading this! ...

    Geek humor of the first order. As is the case with XKCD, the primitive art style adds to the effect. ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

  • Dylan
    Jul 26, 2018

    Awesome! ...

    This is the seventh Far Side collection (originally published in the UK in 1988 - I read the 1991 Futura edition), featuring cartoons from 1980 through to 1987. It starts well, with the two pilots playing at turbulence and never puts a foot wrong. Of the panels themselves, my favourite...

    No herttinen, ovathan nämä kaikessa absurdiudessaan todella hauskoja. Gary Larson lienee jonkinlainen nero. ...

    Gary Larson is really a Genius ...

    Ah, what a joy to find this collection while cleaning up. I've read it many times and each time different comics stand out to me as being the funniest. That said, I can't really compare it to what I normally read - that is stories, narrative - and so I must rate it neutrally at 3. ...

  • Matti Karjalainen
    Dec 21, 2015

    Awesome! ...

    This is the seventh Far Side collection (originally published in the UK in 1988 - I read the 1991 Futura edition), featuring cartoons from 1980 through to 1987. It starts well, with the two pilots playing at turbulence and never puts a foot wrong. Of the panels themselves, my favourite...

    No herttinen, ovathan nämä kaikessa absurdiudessaan todella hauskoja. Gary Larson lienee jonkinlainen nero. ...

  • Melissa Lee-Tammeus
    Nov 26, 2011

    Awesome! ...

    This is the seventh Far Side collection (originally published in the UK in 1988 - I read the 1991 Futura edition), featuring cartoons from 1980 through to 1987. It starts well, with the two pilots playing at turbulence and never puts a foot wrong. Of the panels themselves, my favourite...

    No herttinen, ovathan nämä kaikessa absurdiudessaan todella hauskoja. Gary Larson lienee jonkinlainen nero. ...

    Gary Larson is really a Genius ...

    Ah, what a joy to find this collection while cleaning up. I've read it many times and each time different comics stand out to me as being the funniest. That said, I can't really compare it to what I normally read - that is stories, narrative - and so I must rate it neutrally at 3. ...

    The cartoons are classic. I always get a chuckle even if I have already seen them. Not tire of Far Side yet. My son in SF complained about having trouble getting his mind to rest in order to fall asleep. I suggested a Far Side book as it works for me sending away the cares of the day a...

    Toujours très fin et marrant, même en français. ...

    Like most people, I've read my fair share of The Far Side over the years, and I think I picked this up somewhere along the way, recognizing the title. That said, I think I enjoy the series more in small doses, and not all at once. Some of the strips honestly flew over my head, and o...

    Hound of The Far Side will bring a smile to your face as you read it. As with all The Far Side comic strips, you have to have a little bit of a twisted sense of humor to enjoy these. Most of the strips evolve around animals in a human's shoes. What would they do if they lived like ...

    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...

    As always, Gary Larson delivers. Hound of the Far Side is funny, provocative, and insightful, like all of Larson's books. Unfortunately, as with most comics strips, it's either all or nothing, love it or hate it. If you like Larson, then you are guaranteed to love this book. If you don...

    I've never really read The Far Side, but I know all my friends in high school loved it, so I picked this up at the library. I didn't find it particularly funny. But it's the seventh volume, so maybe Larson's run out of ideas by this book? ...

    My sister gave me this book as a birthday present one year. I love the Far Side. ...

    Very funny. These are the kind on things you put on the wall to show everyone. ...

    Ha Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha! some I still don't get, which I find good. ...

    always funny, and fun to read! ...

    Shake your head funny! ...

    Larson's offbeat quirkiness is always appreciated. ...

    Can't get enough of the Far Side books! Thoroughly enjoyed reading this! ...

    Geek humor of the first order. As is the case with XKCD, the primitive art style adds to the effect. ...

    ...

    ...

  • Catherine Woodman
    Jul 29, 2011

    Awesome! ...

    This is the seventh Far Side collection (originally published in the UK in 1988 - I read the 1991 Futura edition), featuring cartoons from 1980 through to 1987. It starts well, with the two pilots playing at turbulence and never puts a foot wrong. Of the panels themselves, my favourite...

    No herttinen, ovathan nämä kaikessa absurdiudessaan todella hauskoja. Gary Larson lienee jonkinlainen nero. ...

    Gary Larson is really a Genius ...

  • Don Gubler
    Aug 28, 2012

    Awesome! ...

    This is the seventh Far Side collection (originally published in the UK in 1988 - I read the 1991 Futura edition), featuring cartoons from 1980 through to 1987. It starts well, with the two pilots playing at turbulence and never puts a foot wrong. Of the panels themselves, my favourite...

    No herttinen, ovathan nämä kaikessa absurdiudessaan todella hauskoja. Gary Larson lienee jonkinlainen nero. ...

    Gary Larson is really a Genius ...

    Ah, what a joy to find this collection while cleaning up. I've read it many times and each time different comics stand out to me as being the funniest. That said, I can't really compare it to what I normally read - that is stories, narrative - and so I must rate it neutrally at 3. ...

    The cartoons are classic. I always get a chuckle even if I have already seen them. Not tire of Far Side yet. My son in SF complained about having trouble getting his mind to rest in order to fall asleep. I suggested a Far Side book as it works for me sending away the cares of the day a...

    Toujours très fin et marrant, même en français. ...

    Like most people, I've read my fair share of The Far Side over the years, and I think I picked this up somewhere along the way, recognizing the title. That said, I think I enjoy the series more in small doses, and not all at once. Some of the strips honestly flew over my head, and o...

    Hound of The Far Side will bring a smile to your face as you read it. As with all The Far Side comic strips, you have to have a little bit of a twisted sense of humor to enjoy these. Most of the strips evolve around animals in a human's shoes. What would they do if they lived like ...

    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...

    As always, Gary Larson delivers. Hound of the Far Side is funny, provocative, and insightful, like all of Larson's books. Unfortunately, as with most comics strips, it's either all or nothing, love it or hate it. If you like Larson, then you are guaranteed to love this book. If you don...

    I've never really read The Far Side, but I know all my friends in high school loved it, so I picked this up at the library. I didn't find it particularly funny. But it's the seventh volume, so maybe Larson's run out of ideas by this book? ...

    My sister gave me this book as a birthday present one year. I love the Far Side. ...

    Very funny. These are the kind on things you put on the wall to show everyone. ...

  • Molly
    Oct 11, 2008

    Awesome! ...

    This is the seventh Far Side collection (originally published in the UK in 1988 - I read the 1991 Futura edition), featuring cartoons from 1980 through to 1987. It starts well, with the two pilots playing at turbulence and never puts a foot wrong. Of the panels themselves, my favourite...

    No herttinen, ovathan nämä kaikessa absurdiudessaan todella hauskoja. Gary Larson lienee jonkinlainen nero. ...

    Gary Larson is really a Genius ...

    Ah, what a joy to find this collection while cleaning up. I've read it many times and each time different comics stand out to me as being the funniest. That said, I can't really compare it to what I normally read - that is stories, narrative - and so I must rate it neutrally at 3. ...

    The cartoons are classic. I always get a chuckle even if I have already seen them. Not tire of Far Side yet. My son in SF complained about having trouble getting his mind to rest in order to fall asleep. I suggested a Far Side book as it works for me sending away the cares of the day a...

    Toujours très fin et marrant, même en français. ...

    Like most people, I've read my fair share of The Far Side over the years, and I think I picked this up somewhere along the way, recognizing the title. That said, I think I enjoy the series more in small doses, and not all at once. Some of the strips honestly flew over my head, and o...

    Hound of The Far Side will bring a smile to your face as you read it. As with all The Far Side comic strips, you have to have a little bit of a twisted sense of humor to enjoy these. Most of the strips evolve around animals in a human's shoes. What would they do if they lived like ...

    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...

    As always, Gary Larson delivers. Hound of the Far Side is funny, provocative, and insightful, like all of Larson's books. Unfortunately, as with most comics strips, it's either all or nothing, love it or hate it. If you like Larson, then you are guaranteed to love this book. If you don...

  • Ellen
    Jun 18, 2012

    Awesome! ...

    This is the seventh Far Side collection (originally published in the UK in 1988 - I read the 1991 Futura edition), featuring cartoons from 1980 through to 1987. It starts well, with the two pilots playing at turbulence and never puts a foot wrong. Of the panels themselves, my favourite...

    No herttinen, ovathan nämä kaikessa absurdiudessaan todella hauskoja. Gary Larson lienee jonkinlainen nero. ...

    Gary Larson is really a Genius ...

    Ah, what a joy to find this collection while cleaning up. I've read it many times and each time different comics stand out to me as being the funniest. That said, I can't really compare it to what I normally read - that is stories, narrative - and so I must rate it neutrally at 3. ...

    The cartoons are classic. I always get a chuckle even if I have already seen them. Not tire of Far Side yet. My son in SF complained about having trouble getting his mind to rest in order to fall asleep. I suggested a Far Side book as it works for me sending away the cares of the day a...

    Toujours très fin et marrant, même en français. ...

    Like most people, I've read my fair share of The Far Side over the years, and I think I picked this up somewhere along the way, recognizing the title. That said, I think I enjoy the series more in small doses, and not all at once. Some of the strips honestly flew over my head, and o...

    Hound of The Far Side will bring a smile to your face as you read it. As with all The Far Side comic strips, you have to have a little bit of a twisted sense of humor to enjoy these. Most of the strips evolve around animals in a human's shoes. What would they do if they lived like ...

    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...

    As always, Gary Larson delivers. Hound of the Far Side is funny, provocative, and insightful, like all of Larson's books. Unfortunately, as with most comics strips, it's either all or nothing, love it or hate it. If you like Larson, then you are guaranteed to love this book. If you don...

    I've never really read The Far Side, but I know all my friends in high school loved it, so I picked this up at the library. I didn't find it particularly funny. But it's the seventh volume, so maybe Larson's run out of ideas by this book? ...

    My sister gave me this book as a birthday present one year. I love the Far Side. ...

    Very funny. These are the kind on things you put on the wall to show everyone. ...

    Ha Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha! some I still don't get, which I find good. ...

    always funny, and fun to read! ...

    Shake your head funny! ...

    Larson's offbeat quirkiness is always appreciated. ...

    Can't get enough of the Far Side books! Thoroughly enjoyed reading this! ...

    Geek humor of the first order. As is the case with XKCD, the primitive art style adds to the effect. ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

  • Gabriel Wallis
    May 02, 2016

    Awesome! ...

    This is the seventh Far Side collection (originally published in the UK in 1988 - I read the 1991 Futura edition), featuring cartoons from 1980 through to 1987. It starts well, with the two pilots playing at turbulence and never puts a foot wrong. Of the panels themselves, my favourite...

    No herttinen, ovathan nämä kaikessa absurdiudessaan todella hauskoja. Gary Larson lienee jonkinlainen nero. ...

    Gary Larson is really a Genius ...

    Ah, what a joy to find this collection while cleaning up. I've read it many times and each time different comics stand out to me as being the funniest. That said, I can't really compare it to what I normally read - that is stories, narrative - and so I must rate it neutrally at 3. ...

    The cartoons are classic. I always get a chuckle even if I have already seen them. Not tire of Far Side yet. My son in SF complained about having trouble getting his mind to rest in order to fall asleep. I suggested a Far Side book as it works for me sending away the cares of the day a...

    Toujours très fin et marrant, même en français. ...

    Like most people, I've read my fair share of The Far Side over the years, and I think I picked this up somewhere along the way, recognizing the title. That said, I think I enjoy the series more in small doses, and not all at once. Some of the strips honestly flew over my head, and o...

    Hound of The Far Side will bring a smile to your face as you read it. As with all The Far Side comic strips, you have to have a little bit of a twisted sense of humor to enjoy these. Most of the strips evolve around animals in a human's shoes. What would they do if they lived like ...

    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...

    As always, Gary Larson delivers. Hound of the Far Side is funny, provocative, and insightful, like all of Larson's books. Unfortunately, as with most comics strips, it's either all or nothing, love it or hate it. If you like Larson, then you are guaranteed to love this book. If you don...

    I've never really read The Far Side, but I know all my friends in high school loved it, so I picked this up at the library. I didn't find it particularly funny. But it's the seventh volume, so maybe Larson's run out of ideas by this book? ...

    My sister gave me this book as a birthday present one year. I love the Far Side. ...

    Very funny. These are the kind on things you put on the wall to show everyone. ...

    Ha Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha! some I still don't get, which I find good. ...

    always funny, and fun to read! ...

    Shake your head funny! ...

    Larson's offbeat quirkiness is always appreciated. ...

    Can't get enough of the Far Side books! Thoroughly enjoyed reading this! ...

  • Pascal
    Mar 19, 2017

    Awesome! ...

    This is the seventh Far Side collection (originally published in the UK in 1988 - I read the 1991 Futura edition), featuring cartoons from 1980 through to 1987. It starts well, with the two pilots playing at turbulence and never puts a foot wrong. Of the panels themselves, my favourite...

    No herttinen, ovathan nämä kaikessa absurdiudessaan todella hauskoja. Gary Larson lienee jonkinlainen nero. ...

    Gary Larson is really a Genius ...

    Ah, what a joy to find this collection while cleaning up. I've read it many times and each time different comics stand out to me as being the funniest. That said, I can't really compare it to what I normally read - that is stories, narrative - and so I must rate it neutrally at 3. ...

    The cartoons are classic. I always get a chuckle even if I have already seen them. Not tire of Far Side yet. My son in SF complained about having trouble getting his mind to rest in order to fall asleep. I suggested a Far Side book as it works for me sending away the cares of the day a...

    Toujours très fin et marrant, même en français. ...

  • Tina Nichols
    Oct 23, 2012

    Awesome! ...

    This is the seventh Far Side collection (originally published in the UK in 1988 - I read the 1991 Futura edition), featuring cartoons from 1980 through to 1987. It starts well, with the two pilots playing at turbulence and never puts a foot wrong. Of the panels themselves, my favourite...

    No herttinen, ovathan nämä kaikessa absurdiudessaan todella hauskoja. Gary Larson lienee jonkinlainen nero. ...

    Gary Larson is really a Genius ...

    Ah, what a joy to find this collection while cleaning up. I've read it many times and each time different comics stand out to me as being the funniest. That said, I can't really compare it to what I normally read - that is stories, narrative - and so I must rate it neutrally at 3. ...

    The cartoons are classic. I always get a chuckle even if I have already seen them. Not tire of Far Side yet. My son in SF complained about having trouble getting his mind to rest in order to fall asleep. I suggested a Far Side book as it works for me sending away the cares of the day a...

    Toujours très fin et marrant, même en français. ...

    Like most people, I've read my fair share of The Far Side over the years, and I think I picked this up somewhere along the way, recognizing the title. That said, I think I enjoy the series more in small doses, and not all at once. Some of the strips honestly flew over my head, and o...

    Hound of The Far Side will bring a smile to your face as you read it. As with all The Far Side comic strips, you have to have a little bit of a twisted sense of humor to enjoy these. Most of the strips evolve around animals in a human's shoes. What would they do if they lived like ...

    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...

    As always, Gary Larson delivers. Hound of the Far Side is funny, provocative, and insightful, like all of Larson's books. Unfortunately, as with most comics strips, it's either all or nothing, love it or hate it. If you like Larson, then you are guaranteed to love this book. If you don...

    I've never really read The Far Side, but I know all my friends in high school loved it, so I picked this up at the library. I didn't find it particularly funny. But it's the seventh volume, so maybe Larson's run out of ideas by this book? ...

    My sister gave me this book as a birthday present one year. I love the Far Side. ...

    Very funny. These are the kind on things you put on the wall to show everyone. ...

    Ha Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha! some I still don't get, which I find good. ...

    always funny, and fun to read! ...

    Shake your head funny! ...

    Larson's offbeat quirkiness is always appreciated. ...

    Can't get enough of the Far Side books! Thoroughly enjoyed reading this! ...

    Geek humor of the first order. As is the case with XKCD, the primitive art style adds to the effect. ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

  • Danielle
    Mar 14, 2017

    Awesome! ...

    This is the seventh Far Side collection (originally published in the UK in 1988 - I read the 1991 Futura edition), featuring cartoons from 1980 through to 1987. It starts well, with the two pilots playing at turbulence and never puts a foot wrong. Of the panels themselves, my favourite...

    No herttinen, ovathan nämä kaikessa absurdiudessaan todella hauskoja. Gary Larson lienee jonkinlainen nero. ...

    Gary Larson is really a Genius ...

    Ah, what a joy to find this collection while cleaning up. I've read it many times and each time different comics stand out to me as being the funniest. That said, I can't really compare it to what I normally read - that is stories, narrative - and so I must rate it neutrally at 3. ...

    The cartoons are classic. I always get a chuckle even if I have already seen them. Not tire of Far Side yet. My son in SF complained about having trouble getting his mind to rest in order to fall asleep. I suggested a Far Side book as it works for me sending away the cares of the day a...

    Toujours très fin et marrant, même en français. ...

    Like most people, I've read my fair share of The Far Side over the years, and I think I picked this up somewhere along the way, recognizing the title. That said, I think I enjoy the series more in small doses, and not all at once. Some of the strips honestly flew over my head, and o...

  • Tom Lindsey
    Nov 16, 2014

    Awesome! ...

    This is the seventh Far Side collection (originally published in the UK in 1988 - I read the 1991 Futura edition), featuring cartoons from 1980 through to 1987. It starts well, with the two pilots playing at turbulence and never puts a foot wrong. Of the panels themselves, my favourite...

    No herttinen, ovathan nämä kaikessa absurdiudessaan todella hauskoja. Gary Larson lienee jonkinlainen nero. ...

    Gary Larson is really a Genius ...

    Ah, what a joy to find this collection while cleaning up. I've read it many times and each time different comics stand out to me as being the funniest. That said, I can't really compare it to what I normally read - that is stories, narrative - and so I must rate it neutrally at 3. ...

    The cartoons are classic. I always get a chuckle even if I have already seen them. Not tire of Far Side yet. My son in SF complained about having trouble getting his mind to rest in order to fall asleep. I suggested a Far Side book as it works for me sending away the cares of the day a...

    Toujours très fin et marrant, même en français. ...

    Like most people, I've read my fair share of The Far Side over the years, and I think I picked this up somewhere along the way, recognizing the title. That said, I think I enjoy the series more in small doses, and not all at once. Some of the strips honestly flew over my head, and o...

    Hound of The Far Side will bring a smile to your face as you read it. As with all The Far Side comic strips, you have to have a little bit of a twisted sense of humor to enjoy these. Most of the strips evolve around animals in a human's shoes. What would they do if they lived like ...

    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...

    As always, Gary Larson delivers. Hound of the Far Side is funny, provocative, and insightful, like all of Larson's books. Unfortunately, as with most comics strips, it's either all or nothing, love it or hate it. If you like Larson, then you are guaranteed to love this book. If you don...

    I've never really read The Far Side, but I know all my friends in high school loved it, so I picked this up at the library. I didn't find it particularly funny. But it's the seventh volume, so maybe Larson's run out of ideas by this book? ...

    My sister gave me this book as a birthday present one year. I love the Far Side. ...

  • Corey Timmins
    Dec 18, 2017

    Awesome! ...

    This is the seventh Far Side collection (originally published in the UK in 1988 - I read the 1991 Futura edition), featuring cartoons from 1980 through to 1987. It starts well, with the two pilots playing at turbulence and never puts a foot wrong. Of the panels themselves, my favourite...

    No herttinen, ovathan nämä kaikessa absurdiudessaan todella hauskoja. Gary Larson lienee jonkinlainen nero. ...

    Gary Larson is really a Genius ...

    Ah, what a joy to find this collection while cleaning up. I've read it many times and each time different comics stand out to me as being the funniest. That said, I can't really compare it to what I normally read - that is stories, narrative - and so I must rate it neutrally at 3. ...

    The cartoons are classic. I always get a chuckle even if I have already seen them. Not tire of Far Side yet. My son in SF complained about having trouble getting his mind to rest in order to fall asleep. I suggested a Far Side book as it works for me sending away the cares of the day a...

    Toujours très fin et marrant, même en français. ...

    Like most people, I've read my fair share of The Far Side over the years, and I think I picked this up somewhere along the way, recognizing the title. That said, I think I enjoy the series more in small doses, and not all at once. Some of the strips honestly flew over my head, and o...

    Hound of The Far Side will bring a smile to your face as you read it. As with all The Far Side comic strips, you have to have a little bit of a twisted sense of humor to enjoy these. Most of the strips evolve around animals in a human's shoes. What would they do if they lived like ...

    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...

    As always, Gary Larson delivers. Hound of the Far Side is funny, provocative, and insightful, like all of Larson's books. Unfortunately, as with most comics strips, it's either all or nothing, love it or hate it. If you like Larson, then you are guaranteed to love this book. If you don...

    I've never really read The Far Side, but I know all my friends in high school loved it, so I picked this up at the library. I didn't find it particularly funny. But it's the seventh volume, so maybe Larson's run out of ideas by this book? ...

    My sister gave me this book as a birthday present one year. I love the Far Side. ...

    Very funny. These are the kind on things you put on the wall to show everyone. ...

    Ha Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha! some I still don't get, which I find good. ...

    always funny, and fun to read! ...

    Shake your head funny! ...

    Larson's offbeat quirkiness is always appreciated. ...

    Can't get enough of the Far Side books! Thoroughly enjoyed reading this! ...

    Geek humor of the first order. As is the case with XKCD, the primitive art style adds to the effect. ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

  • Tim G
    May 08, 2014

    Awesome! ...

    This is the seventh Far Side collection (originally published in the UK in 1988 - I read the 1991 Futura edition), featuring cartoons from 1980 through to 1987. It starts well, with the two pilots playing at turbulence and never puts a foot wrong. Of the panels themselves, my favourite...

    No herttinen, ovathan nämä kaikessa absurdiudessaan todella hauskoja. Gary Larson lienee jonkinlainen nero. ...

    Gary Larson is really a Genius ...

    Ah, what a joy to find this collection while cleaning up. I've read it many times and each time different comics stand out to me as being the funniest. That said, I can't really compare it to what I normally read - that is stories, narrative - and so I must rate it neutrally at 3. ...

    The cartoons are classic. I always get a chuckle even if I have already seen them. Not tire of Far Side yet. My son in SF complained about having trouble getting his mind to rest in order to fall asleep. I suggested a Far Side book as it works for me sending away the cares of the day a...

    Toujours très fin et marrant, même en français. ...

    Like most people, I've read my fair share of The Far Side over the years, and I think I picked this up somewhere along the way, recognizing the title. That said, I think I enjoy the series more in small doses, and not all at once. Some of the strips honestly flew over my head, and o...

    Hound of The Far Side will bring a smile to your face as you read it. As with all The Far Side comic strips, you have to have a little bit of a twisted sense of humor to enjoy these. Most of the strips evolve around animals in a human's shoes. What would they do if they lived like ...

    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...

    As always, Gary Larson delivers. Hound of the Far Side is funny, provocative, and insightful, like all of Larson's books. Unfortunately, as with most comics strips, it's either all or nothing, love it or hate it. If you like Larson, then you are guaranteed to love this book. If you don...

    I've never really read The Far Side, but I know all my friends in high school loved it, so I picked this up at the library. I didn't find it particularly funny. But it's the seventh volume, so maybe Larson's run out of ideas by this book? ...

    My sister gave me this book as a birthday present one year. I love the Far Side. ...

    Very funny. These are the kind on things you put on the wall to show everyone. ...

    Ha Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha! some I still don't get, which I find good. ...

    always funny, and fun to read! ...

    Shake your head funny! ...

    Larson's offbeat quirkiness is always appreciated. ...

    Can't get enough of the Far Side books! Thoroughly enjoyed reading this! ...

    Geek humor of the first order. As is the case with XKCD, the primitive art style adds to the effect. ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

  • Timothy Musser
    Jan 23, 2017

    Awesome! ...

    This is the seventh Far Side collection (originally published in the UK in 1988 - I read the 1991 Futura edition), featuring cartoons from 1980 through to 1987. It starts well, with the two pilots playing at turbulence and never puts a foot wrong. Of the panels themselves, my favourite...

    No herttinen, ovathan nämä kaikessa absurdiudessaan todella hauskoja. Gary Larson lienee jonkinlainen nero. ...

    Gary Larson is really a Genius ...

    Ah, what a joy to find this collection while cleaning up. I've read it many times and each time different comics stand out to me as being the funniest. That said, I can't really compare it to what I normally read - that is stories, narrative - and so I must rate it neutrally at 3. ...

    The cartoons are classic. I always get a chuckle even if I have already seen them. Not tire of Far Side yet. My son in SF complained about having trouble getting his mind to rest in order to fall asleep. I suggested a Far Side book as it works for me sending away the cares of the day a...

    Toujours très fin et marrant, même en français. ...

    Like most people, I've read my fair share of The Far Side over the years, and I think I picked this up somewhere along the way, recognizing the title. That said, I think I enjoy the series more in small doses, and not all at once. Some of the strips honestly flew over my head, and o...

    Hound of The Far Side will bring a smile to your face as you read it. As with all The Far Side comic strips, you have to have a little bit of a twisted sense of humor to enjoy these. Most of the strips evolve around animals in a human's shoes. What would they do if they lived like ...

    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...

    As always, Gary Larson delivers. Hound of the Far Side is funny, provocative, and insightful, like all of Larson's books. Unfortunately, as with most comics strips, it's either all or nothing, love it or hate it. If you like Larson, then you are guaranteed to love this book. If you don...

    I've never really read The Far Side, but I know all my friends in high school loved it, so I picked this up at the library. I didn't find it particularly funny. But it's the seventh volume, so maybe Larson's run out of ideas by this book? ...

    My sister gave me this book as a birthday present one year. I love the Far Side. ...

    Very funny. These are the kind on things you put on the wall to show everyone. ...

    Ha Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha! some I still don't get, which I find good. ...

    always funny, and fun to read! ...

  • Kevin Keating
    Oct 13, 2017

    Awesome! ...

  • Marc Christman
    May 10, 2015

    Awesome! ...

    This is the seventh Far Side collection (originally published in the UK in 1988 - I read the 1991 Futura edition), featuring cartoons from 1980 through to 1987. It starts well, with the two pilots playing at turbulence and never puts a foot wrong. Of the panels themselves, my favourite...

    No herttinen, ovathan nämä kaikessa absurdiudessaan todella hauskoja. Gary Larson lienee jonkinlainen nero. ...

    Gary Larson is really a Genius ...

    Ah, what a joy to find this collection while cleaning up. I've read it many times and each time different comics stand out to me as being the funniest. That said, I can't really compare it to what I normally read - that is stories, narrative - and so I must rate it neutrally at 3. ...

    The cartoons are classic. I always get a chuckle even if I have already seen them. Not tire of Far Side yet. My son in SF complained about having trouble getting his mind to rest in order to fall asleep. I suggested a Far Side book as it works for me sending away the cares of the day a...

    Toujours très fin et marrant, même en français. ...

    Like most people, I've read my fair share of The Far Side over the years, and I think I picked this up somewhere along the way, recognizing the title. That said, I think I enjoy the series more in small doses, and not all at once. Some of the strips honestly flew over my head, and o...

    Hound of The Far Side will bring a smile to your face as you read it. As with all The Far Side comic strips, you have to have a little bit of a twisted sense of humor to enjoy these. Most of the strips evolve around animals in a human's shoes. What would they do if they lived like ...

    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...

    As always, Gary Larson delivers. Hound of the Far Side is funny, provocative, and insightful, like all of Larson's books. Unfortunately, as with most comics strips, it's either all or nothing, love it or hate it. If you like Larson, then you are guaranteed to love this book. If you don...

    I've never really read The Far Side, but I know all my friends in high school loved it, so I picked this up at the library. I didn't find it particularly funny. But it's the seventh volume, so maybe Larson's run out of ideas by this book? ...

    My sister gave me this book as a birthday present one year. I love the Far Side. ...

    Very funny. These are the kind on things you put on the wall to show everyone. ...

    Ha Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha! some I still don't get, which I find good. ...

    always funny, and fun to read! ...

    Shake your head funny! ...

    Larson's offbeat quirkiness is always appreciated. ...

    Can't get enough of the Far Side books! Thoroughly enjoyed reading this! ...

    Geek humor of the first order. As is the case with XKCD, the primitive art style adds to the effect. ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

  • Katja Vartiainen
    May 21, 2015

    Awesome! ...

    This is the seventh Far Side collection (originally published in the UK in 1988 - I read the 1991 Futura edition), featuring cartoons from 1980 through to 1987. It starts well, with the two pilots playing at turbulence and never puts a foot wrong. Of the panels themselves, my favourite...

    No herttinen, ovathan nämä kaikessa absurdiudessaan todella hauskoja. Gary Larson lienee jonkinlainen nero. ...

    Gary Larson is really a Genius ...

    Ah, what a joy to find this collection while cleaning up. I've read it many times and each time different comics stand out to me as being the funniest. That said, I can't really compare it to what I normally read - that is stories, narrative - and so I must rate it neutrally at 3. ...

    The cartoons are classic. I always get a chuckle even if I have already seen them. Not tire of Far Side yet. My son in SF complained about having trouble getting his mind to rest in order to fall asleep. I suggested a Far Side book as it works for me sending away the cares of the day a...

    Toujours très fin et marrant, même en français. ...

    Like most people, I've read my fair share of The Far Side over the years, and I think I picked this up somewhere along the way, recognizing the title. That said, I think I enjoy the series more in small doses, and not all at once. Some of the strips honestly flew over my head, and o...

    Hound of The Far Side will bring a smile to your face as you read it. As with all The Far Side comic strips, you have to have a little bit of a twisted sense of humor to enjoy these. Most of the strips evolve around animals in a human's shoes. What would they do if they lived like ...

    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...

    As always, Gary Larson delivers. Hound of the Far Side is funny, provocative, and insightful, like all of Larson's books. Unfortunately, as with most comics strips, it's either all or nothing, love it or hate it. If you like Larson, then you are guaranteed to love this book. If you don...

    I've never really read The Far Side, but I know all my friends in high school loved it, so I picked this up at the library. I didn't find it particularly funny. But it's the seventh volume, so maybe Larson's run out of ideas by this book? ...

    My sister gave me this book as a birthday present one year. I love the Far Side. ...

    Very funny. These are the kind on things you put on the wall to show everyone. ...

    Ha Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha! some I still don't get, which I find good. ...

  • Ann Lihl
    Jun 12, 2016

    Awesome! ...

    This is the seventh Far Side collection (originally published in the UK in 1988 - I read the 1991 Futura edition), featuring cartoons from 1980 through to 1987. It starts well, with the two pilots playing at turbulence and never puts a foot wrong. Of the panels themselves, my favourite...

    No herttinen, ovathan nämä kaikessa absurdiudessaan todella hauskoja. Gary Larson lienee jonkinlainen nero. ...

    Gary Larson is really a Genius ...

    Ah, what a joy to find this collection while cleaning up. I've read it many times and each time different comics stand out to me as being the funniest. That said, I can't really compare it to what I normally read - that is stories, narrative - and so I must rate it neutrally at 3. ...

    The cartoons are classic. I always get a chuckle even if I have already seen them. Not tire of Far Side yet. My son in SF complained about having trouble getting his mind to rest in order to fall asleep. I suggested a Far Side book as it works for me sending away the cares of the day a...

    Toujours très fin et marrant, même en français. ...

    Like most people, I've read my fair share of The Far Side over the years, and I think I picked this up somewhere along the way, recognizing the title. That said, I think I enjoy the series more in small doses, and not all at once. Some of the strips honestly flew over my head, and o...

    Hound of The Far Side will bring a smile to your face as you read it. As with all The Far Side comic strips, you have to have a little bit of a twisted sense of humor to enjoy these. Most of the strips evolve around animals in a human's shoes. What would they do if they lived like ...

    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...

    As always, Gary Larson delivers. Hound of the Far Side is funny, provocative, and insightful, like all of Larson's books. Unfortunately, as with most comics strips, it's either all or nothing, love it or hate it. If you like Larson, then you are guaranteed to love this book. If you don...

    I've never really read The Far Side, but I know all my friends in high school loved it, so I picked this up at the library. I didn't find it particularly funny. But it's the seventh volume, so maybe Larson's run out of ideas by this book? ...

    My sister gave me this book as a birthday present one year. I love the Far Side. ...

    Very funny. These are the kind on things you put on the wall to show everyone. ...

    Ha Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha! some I still don't get, which I find good. ...

    always funny, and fun to read! ...

    Shake your head funny! ...

  • Conan Tigard
    Nov 18, 2015

    Awesome! ...

    This is the seventh Far Side collection (originally published in the UK in 1988 - I read the 1991 Futura edition), featuring cartoons from 1980 through to 1987. It starts well, with the two pilots playing at turbulence and never puts a foot wrong. Of the panels themselves, my favourite...

    No herttinen, ovathan nämä kaikessa absurdiudessaan todella hauskoja. Gary Larson lienee jonkinlainen nero. ...

    Gary Larson is really a Genius ...

    Ah, what a joy to find this collection while cleaning up. I've read it many times and each time different comics stand out to me as being the funniest. That said, I can't really compare it to what I normally read - that is stories, narrative - and so I must rate it neutrally at 3. ...

    The cartoons are classic. I always get a chuckle even if I have already seen them. Not tire of Far Side yet. My son in SF complained about having trouble getting his mind to rest in order to fall asleep. I suggested a Far Side book as it works for me sending away the cares of the day a...

    Toujours très fin et marrant, même en français. ...

    Like most people, I've read my fair share of The Far Side over the years, and I think I picked this up somewhere along the way, recognizing the title. That said, I think I enjoy the series more in small doses, and not all at once. Some of the strips honestly flew over my head, and o...

    Hound of The Far Side will bring a smile to your face as you read it. As with all The Far Side comic strips, you have to have a little bit of a twisted sense of humor to enjoy these. Most of the strips evolve around animals in a human's shoes. What would they do if they lived like ...