The Grizzwells: Finger Food

 Nothing pleases Gunther Grizzwell like a good meal. Accompanied by his porcupine pal, the always-perplexing Pierpoint, Gunther roams the hills and campsites of the forest forever on the lookout for a tasty morsel of any shape or size. In this e-book only collection of Grizzwells comics, the duo ponders life’s most important questions, such as: When it comes to road kill, is white or dark meat best? How important is presentation when serving up a delicious woodland creature? And which has the worst aftertaste, opossum omelets or stray Chihuahuas?
 Clever and sharply drawn, The Grizzwells is a funny and unpredictable spin on the traditional family comic strip—with bite. Created by award-winning artist Bill Schorr, it has been in syndication nationally for more than twenty years.

About the Author

Bill Schorr began his career as an editorial cartoonist for the Kansas City Star. He then spent several years with the Los Angeles Herald Examiner before returning again to the Star. He was staff editorial cartoonist at the New York Daily News from 1997 to 2001. Born in New York City, Schorr grew up in Albuquerque, N.M., and Riverside, Calif.

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