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Jeremy and Mom
Jeremy and Mom, Dude! You gotta' buy this for your mom!" -Jeremy DuncanMore Jeremy and MomA popular psychologist says that teenage boys fire their mothers. It's an age when nurturing moms who've spent years cuddling, tucking, and rocking their little boys suddenly find themselves on the outside trying to see in. Most moms and sons do not make the transition gracefully. Jerry Scott and Jim, month," says Scott. Borgman adds, "If moms can stop what they're doing long enough to discover this book
Road Trip!
of the teenage years.  Creators Jerry Scott and Jim Borgman pull all of this eating, dating, driving, Road Trip!,  "[Zits] is one of the most visually innovative comic strips to come along in years. Borgman's graphic pyrotechnics are the perfect complement to Scott's carefully designed layouts."—Brian Walker, The Comics Since 1945The world is full of issues but none so pressing as those faced by a teenager. For proof, look no further than Zits, the timely teenage-focused strip that now appears
Are We Out of the Driveway Yet?
Are We Out of the Driveway Yet?, Appearing in nearly 1,400 newspapers today, Zits has been a runaway success on the funny pages since its July 1997 debut. Creators Jerry Scott and Jim Borgman have won praise from fans and fellow cartoonists alike for their gently accurate portrayal of the angst, concerns, and questions that arrive during adolescence.Creators Scott and Borgman understand the plight and subtle hilarity of being a teenager and parenting a teenager, which is why in 1998 and 1999
If I'm a Stay-At-Home Mom, Why Am I Always in the Car?
and Jerry Scott show us the reality of Darryl and Wanda's world. Consider what the MacPhersons found out, If I'm a Stay-At-Home Mom, Why Am I Always in the Car?,   "Artist Kirkman and writer Scott obviously know about parenting. You can see it in every installment of the true-to-life strip they create." —Cartoon Opportunities  Darryl and Wanda MacPherson have come a long way since little Zoe was born, is not only not wrong, it's totally necessary.  Kirkman and Scott perfectly illustrate the never
Never A Dry Moment
to be the backstop.Never a Dry Moment showcases Jerry Scott and Rick Kirkman's uncanny ability to humorously tap
Thrashed, "Bottom line: Zits rocks."It's incredible to think that Zits was only launched in syndication in the summer of 1997. Since then, the strip's leading teenager, Jeremy Duncan, and his mom, dad, and assorted friends have become a part of the American fabric and, more important, a part of our own families. Who else but cocreators Jerry Scott and Jim Borgman could so quickly work this magic through the more than 1,200 newspapers that now carry Zits worldwide? Now comes Thrashed
Alternative Zits
Alternative Zits, How do you guys do it? My sons both say you've got the teenage mind down pat. My wife and I know you've got the parent-of-a-teenager mind down pat. Did you live in my house or what?" -The Washington PostMore About Alternative ZitsIn Zits, Jerry Scott and Jim Borgman sublimely manipulate the two seemingly disparate worlds of teenagedom and parenthood to create a strip that is equally enjoyed by teens and their parents. Twice honored as the Best Newspaper Comic Strip, Zits
It's A Boy
comic strip Baby Blues and selected by Jerry Scott and Rick Kirkman, these are the definitive strips
It's A Girl
looking for. Ripped from the internationally popular comic strip Baby Blues and selected by Jerry Scott and Rick Kirkman, these are the definitive strips that shaped the lives of the Baby Blues
BBXX, A special 20th anniversary hardcover Baby Blues retrospective, this is the colossal collection that Baby Blues’s 55 million-plus fans have been clamoring for.BBXX is a hefty, hardcover treasury highlighting 20 years of Baby Blues, one of the most popular comic strips in history.  A comprehensive and commemorative edition of all things Baby Blues, creators Rick Kirkman and Jerry Scott share personal reflections and never-before-published essays, drawings, and photographs, along

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