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Book details
  • Genre:HUMOR
  • SubGenre:Form / Comic Strips & Cartoons
  • Language:English
  • Pages:139
  • eBook ISBN:9781618423993

Cartoons That Will Send Me Straight To Hell

by Dan Collins

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Overview

Dan Collins isn't a bad person; he's kind to animals, loves children and helps old ladies across the street but when he gets a pencil in his hands, he becomes a menace. No subject is too taboo, from dead kittens, to Helen Keller, to organized religion, there's no subject he won't twist. Politically correct? Dan Collins doesn't know the meaning.

Description

Dan Collins isn't a bad person. He's kind to animals, loves children and helps old ladies across the street. But when he gets a pencil in his hands, he becomes a menace. No subject is too taboo. From dead kittens, to Helen Keller, to organized religion, there's no subject he won't twist. Politically correct? Dan Collins doesn't know the meaning. You've never seen cartoons like this before. This definitely isn't the Sunday funnies. Hilarious, demented and guaranteed to have you clutching your navel between gasps for air. Once you get hold of this book, you'll be convinced that this guy needs serious help before he's doomed to an eternity in hell. Check out this collection of insane cartoons and see if you're as demented as Dan Collins. If you find yourself laughing hysterically at some of the most marvelously bent cartoons ever created, plan on joining him on his decent into the inferno. From an early age Dan was heavily influenced by revolutionary comic artists such as Robert Crumb, B. Kliban, Gahan Wilson and Sam Gross. Coming from small town Ohio to Ohio State University in the early, turbulent 70's was a cultural and political awakening for him that would have a lasting impact. The Vietnam War and the counter culture revolution were the back drop from which this small town choirboy 'innocent' would pen his creations.  What emerged were some of the most off the wall cartoons ever drawn.

About the author

Dan Collins has been drawing cartoons for a living since he was 23 years old and drew them for free all the years before that. He's 57 now and true to George Booth's definition of a real cartoonist, he is no longer good for anything else. Except perhaps for playing fingerstyle guitar, raising orchids in his home and fishing for bass and muskies in the lakes that crowd Delaware County, Ohio. Born in Canton, Ohio in 1954, his family would move to the Orrville, Ohio area, the home of Smucker's Jelly and Bobby Knight. He attended Ohio State University and Columbus College of Art and Design but would not graduate. He went straight into the field of professional cartooning when he signed a contract to be a staff cartoonist for the infamous Hustler Magazine. Dan would continue on contract for 34 year. He also has contributed to many other publications over his career such as: Boy's Life, Saturday Evening Post, The National Lampoon, briefly in Mad Magazine and also has published many greeting cards with companies like Nobleworks, American Greetings, Carlton, John Sands Greetings and Marion Heath to name just the largest ones. He did editorial cartoons for the Delaware Gazette from 1996 to 2004 for which he won 10 first place awards for cartooning and illustration by The Ohio Associated Press Society. He lives with Vicky, his wife of 35 years in their 100+ year old home. He has two grown children and one grand daughter.

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