download ☆ E-book, or Kindle E-pub º Lincoln PeirceTotally Nated it Never expected Nate of all imaginary people to say Scoreboard but on this occasion you can t blame himThe gerbil was the smartest characterThere s a pretty long A the first part is almost embarrassingly fawning Big
Nate By Lincoln Peirce An Epicby Lincoln Peirce is an epic of a pretty great comic strip At 472 pages there are tons of great laughs to be found in hereThe two volume set starts with a great foreword by David Hendin We learn the background and history of how the comic strip was started and how it evolved Then there are generous selections from 24 years worth of
Comics Along With The Comics There AreAlong with the comics there are side comments from the artist explaining different aspects of the comic and where some gags come from The book has an intermission of sorts in the middle with a A between Lincoln Peirce and author Jeff Kinney Diary of a Wimpy KidThis comic has been around a long time And it s still consistently funny I enjoyed seeing how the strip has developed and especially the character of Nate I really like this series and it was fun to get to read thisI received a review copy of this ebook from Andrews McMeel Publishing and NetGalley in exchange for an honest review Thank you for allowing me to review this ebook Even as an adult I m a big fan of Big Nate and this contains 25 years of the comic strip along with other interesting informationThe Holidays are ickly approaching and this would make a great gift for your Child or anyone who enjoys comics this you should read this book it s so funny. D be E P I C And so is this slipcased jam packed book full of cartoons and memorabilia celebrating 25 years of Lincoln Peirce’s long running comic strip Epic Big Nate Hundreds of cartoons selected by Peirce and presented with his witty and informative commentary trace the evolution of the Big Nate comic strip and its. Nice Just a fabulous book for Nate fans but
*publishers take note you need something of very rare ality to deserve such a retrospective Not knowing *take note you need something of very rare ality to deserve such a retrospective Not knowing about Mr Peirce or the origins and rags to riches story of his strip I found the introduction very worthwhile reading and after that the copious pages of thousands of strips sometimes with the author s own annotations were even greater They could be
One Offs Or Episodes Of The Same Week Or Fortnightoffs or episodes of the same week or fortnight stories but they were clearly the best of the best With the many years of mediocre audiences for the strip before it just blew A Mighty Big Wish up most of these won t have been seen by everyone So what we have is a lovely treasure trove ofality Nate A massive best of chronologically Had no idea this strip had been around so longIt starts with a long intro deep into how comics get sold This continues throughout the book as every once in a while you get a small note from the author like how he finds Sundays difficult Considering how hard it must have been to condense twenty five years of daily jokes it s not surprising most of these entries are one off though every now and then a larger plot sneaks in like how mold forces them to go to their rival school then have to play a soccer match against them As a former goalie it was easier to nderstand the jokes especially in the penalty phaseSome of the highlightsA little girl dresses as a witch only to have daddy tell her to choose a positive character so she goes with devil Perfect Who did invent the high five Exactly You. Happy Birthday to the New York Times Best Seller Big Nate Celebrate twenty five years of the Big Nate cartoon strip with this jam packed compendium of everything you've ever wanted to know about the character and Lincoln Peirce the creator behind himIf there's one word that Big Nate would se to describe himself it woul.
several examples of the strips from 1991 2015examples of the strips from 1991 2015 with comments from Peirce about how he came The Italians Stolen Bride up with ideas or how characters evolvedThe foreward to this book was certainly interesting It took a very Behind the Music tone I even heard Casey Kasem s voice as I was reading it After 18 years Big Nate had become an overnight sensation not a realote But this was was definitely a fun read though I would recommend the hard copy
NOT the eversion Reading this on a smaller screen was incredibly difficult havingthe eversion Reading this on a smaller screen was incredibly difficult having make the text big enough to read and then having to scroll shift the screen scroll get to a new page and then scroll took a lot out of the experience but the book is so heavy to drag aroundNo treasury for me The book existed It was so fun to go back and see what the fuss has been about for Big Nate My grandsons love him and his stories and I
can see why They are funny clever and well done I liked how the book showed the history of this comicsee why They are funny clever and well done I liked how the book showed the history of this comic the years I had no idea he had been around as long as he had My grandsons only found him last yearI was so thankful to NetGalley and the publishers for an opportunity to read this collection in exchange for an honest review I enjoyed learning about the author Lincoln Peirce through the interview It was cleverly handle. Colorful cast of characters Also included is an exclusive A featuring Peirce and Diary of a Wimpy Kid author Jeff Kinney detailing the friendship and mutual admiration that contributed to each cartoonist’s success Featuring highlights from 1991 to 2015 Epic Big Nate is a must have for Big Nate fans of all ages . ,