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Kawaii Not, Too: Cute Gets Badder ebook

by Meghan Murphy


Cute Gets Badder After the success of her first book, Kawaii Not, Meghan Murphy's fans have been begging for a second volume. Here it is-where cute gets badder.

Cute Gets Badder After the success of her first book, Kawaii Not, Meghan Murphy's fans have been begging for a second volume. Each 4-panel comic features adorable versions of everyday objects saying not-so-adorable things.

Kawaii Not, Too book. After the success of her first book, Kawaii Not, Meghan Murphy's fans have been begging for a second volume. In this volume, find even more subversive comics that combine Japanese-inspired cute with clever quirkiness. The result Cute Gets Badder.

Cute Gets Badder Here it is-where cute gets badder.

After the success of her first book, Kawaii Not, Meghan Murphy's fans have been begging for a second volume.

Cute Gets Badder Here it iswhere cute gets badder. Here it iswhere cute gets badder. The results are open for interpretation: Strange and beautiful? Crazy and crude? Hilarious? Perhaps all of the above. Here it is?where cute gets badder. The results are open for interpretation: Strange and beautiful? Crazy and crude?

Kawaii Not, Too. Cute Gets Badder.

Kawaii Not, Too. Price may vary by retailer. Here it is—where cute gets badder. The results are open for interpretation: Strange and beautiful?

Here it is-where cute gets badder.

Here it is-where cute gets badder. The results are open for interpretation: Strange and beautiful?

Cute Gets BadderAfter the success of her first book, Kawaii Not, Meghan Murphy's fans have been begging for a second volume. Here it is—where cute gets badder. Each 4-panel comic features adorable versions of everyday objects saying not-so-adorable things.In this volume, find even more subversive comics that combine Japanese-inspired cute with clever quirkiness. The results are open for interpretation: Strange and beautiful? Crazy and crude? Hilarious? Perhaps all of the above. And here are more cool features:Each strip is perforated, so it can be torn out and given to a friend.This book actually has a built-in easel, so it's easy to display comics on a desk or shelf.There are also two pages of stickers featuring the kawaii characters!
Little Devil
My friend introduced me to Kawaii-not during an Anime convention, and I fell in love. When I saw that they made a second book, I couldn't resist! The four-panel comics are funny as well as a little naughty. t-hee! ^^!
Katius
Very cute book, but totally over-priced. Very small pictures with a word or two,and then you turn the page...you get over it very quickly. Cover is busy so you think the book will be busy...but its not. The little bit of kawaii you see is adorable though...artist does rock.
energy breath
not what I expected, need more information on description.
Yozshunris
Too Cute to rate poorly. Adorable, great for all ages.
THOMAS
I bought this one because I loved the first one, and I'm really glad I did. It's hilarious, there are little bonus pages with haikus, etc, cuteness abounds! Totally recommended:)
AGAD
"Bargain books are not used, previously-read, defective, or inferior in any way."

Mine was bent, scuffed, and had missing stickers from the stickers pages! I've now learned to not ever buy Amazon Bargain books. You shouldn't buy them either.
Brol
I got Kawaii Not, Too not realizing that it is actually a spinoff of a website, [...] The artist/author posts cute 4 panel comics on her site. The comics are in the kawaii style, which is Japanese for cute. She basically draws everyday objects, but makes them cartoonish, cute, and colorful. One would have to be a fan of this type of art to appreciate the book.
The four panel comics feature everyday objects saying a pun or some other silly things. A few are a bit racy like a pie who asks if you "want some of my sticky hot filling?" I guess it's all in how you interpret it.
The book is vertical with a spiral binding and has an easel so it can stand up on your desk. It would make more sense to me if this was a calendar, give it more of a purpose. The pages have perforation so you can tear them out and share them with people. This is pretty clever because I actually think some of them would make cute greeting cards. It includes two pages of cute stickers too.
I don't think this will appeal to everyone, I believe you have to be searching for something kawaii or similar to appreciate the art and humor. I enjoyed it and I think the illustrations are super cute and the writing is funny, but may be a little to racy for a child.
"the cursor blinking-
eager for a brilliant post
...but resigned to crap"

"Kawaaii Not, Too: Cute Gets Badder" is a confusing mouthful to say, but has a simplistic beauty to it's vision of life. The above haiku is featured in this volume of Japanese-inspired minimalist comics and I think pretty much sums up all of our experiences as denizens of the world wide web, particularly we on Amazon. Author Meghan Murphy is good like that. The collection is mostly a few dozen pages worth of amusing puns and observations told through vertical 4-panel comics that usually involves food or household objects smiling and winking at you with some poetry thrown in for good measure. This economically Japanese pop punk approach to art yield some genuine smiles, a few groans, and some head scratchers, but ends up being a bit repetitive by the end, which is kind of bad news when the book takes all of 15 minutes to read. Still, there is a pot of gold about 2/3rds of the way through with a few pages of Ms. Murphy's "kawaiiku", which include odes to circus peanuts, chainsaw massacres, voodoo, flossing, and banana bread among other topics that elicited a great many laughs from this cynic.

The repetitive nature of the comics and minimalist cuteness is something that will make this book not for everyone, and at it's current price point of over $10, it's a lot of money to spend on so little when there are so many other longer works of such depths at a comparable price or less. But for fans of this brand of humor there are a lot of perks such as the sticker pages in case you wanted to decorate your notebook or laptop with a picture of the same pair of briefs that informed you it had a "surprise package for you" or the cookies and cream sunday that gleefully boasted that it was "filled with the souls of a thousand crushed cookies". Also, the pages are perforated so that if you like you can easily tear a comic out and give it to a friend or brighten up your fridge or whatnot with kawaaii-ness. Also along those lines, the back cover folds out into a stand of sorts so you can prop the book up on a desk and display the comics that way. These things are all pretty cool and innovative little extras, but I do feel that the brevity of the book exceeds the cost a bit. If Japanese cuteness and quirky humor is your cup of tea, this book may be all a about you, but I'd be able to recommend it a lot more strongly if there was more content or if all of the content present was as strong as the haiku section. Still, give it a shot if you're looking for something different and amusing.
Kawaii Not, Too: Cute Gets Badder ebook
Author:
Meghan Murphy
Category:
Humor
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1791 kb
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1289 kb
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Publisher:
HOW Books; Spi Stk edition (April 19, 2012)
Rating:
4.8
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