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If you've never entered Jason'™s weird world of anthropomorphic ducks, cats, and various other animals, this book is a great place to start. Weird, surreal, and yet a little too familiar, this Norwegian artist uses deadpan imagery to tell his bizarre tales which can combine such incongruous elements as the Old West and cell phones to tell stories of vanity, pettiness, and self-deception. His characters kind of look like grown-up and disillusioned versions of Daffy Duck and Goofy, and the subject matter often feels like Southern grotesque. This collection of short stories plays with off-base narratives, which are not always easy to follow, but the ugly emotions depicted are unmistakable.









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