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by Mitch Clem


Nothing Nice to Say is the first foray into the dirty underbelly of print comics for Mitch Clem, and this collection of strips serves not only as a nice addition to any punk's second-hand coffee table, but as a surprisingly strong.

Nothing Nice to Say is the first foray into the dirty underbelly of print comics for Mitch Clem, and this collection of strips serves not only as a nice addition to any punk's second-hand coffee table, but as a surprisingly strong introduction to new readers  . Nothing Nice to Say is the first foray into the dirty underbelly of print comics for Mitch Clem, and this collection of strips serves not only as a nice addition to any punk's second-hand coffee table, but as a surprisingly strong introduction to new readers. This book collects strips that were originally published online from January 2005 to September 2006, and actually serves as volume two.

Mitch Clem first gained recognition for his comic series Nothing Nice to Say, a satire of punk music and culture, before moving on to the autobiographica. See if your friends have read any of Mitch Clem's books. Mitch Clem’s Followers (41).

Nothing Nice to Say is a webcomic, touted as "The world's FIRST online punk comic", created by artist Mitch Clem. It is sometimes abbreviated as Nothing Nice, NNTS or NN2S. First launched online in February 2002, Nothing Nice To Say follows roommates Blake and Fletcher, while living in Minneapolis, Minnesota, as they make fun of punk rock, punk rock fans, and just about everything relating to the punk subculture, including themselves

Nothing Nice to Say' leaves no mohawked, leather jacket-clad stone unturned in its mission to expose the awesomeness and the absurdity of punk culture. Sometimes esoteric and always hilarious, Mitch Clem's characters are so punk you'd think the book was bound with safety pins.

Nothing nice to say Clem, Mitch Random House (USA) 9781595821508 : Punk-rock culture has a rich, longstanding tradition of anger, nihilism, and good . Nothing nice to say, Clem, Mitch. Сейчас книги нет в продаже. Возможно появится в будущем.

Nothing nice to say Clem, Mitch Random House (USA) 9781595821508 : Punk-rock culture has a rich, longstanding tradition of anger, nihilism, and good old-fashioned suburban teenage angst, and .

Mitch Clem stated that he was unopposed to bringing back "Nothing Nice" .

Mitch Clem stated that he was unopposed to bringing back "Nothing Nice" (though perhaps at a less frequent schedule), and stayed true to this statement when he brought it back on a weekly schedule on August 28, 2006. The book is slated for release in October 2008. Criticism and analysis. Nice - (ns), a. [Compar.

The Fans of Nothing Nice to Say Will Always Have to Suffer. Mitch Clem Sells Out, Part II. 536. Rage Comix. 234. Mitch Clem Sells Out, Part III. 537. Another Fat Mike Joke. 235. Mitch Clem Sells Out, Part IV. 538. Cool Ladies. 236. Mitch Clem Sells Out, Part V. 539. Fambly 42. 237. Mitch Clem Sells Out, Part VI. 540. Tegan & Sara. 238. Mitch Clem Sells Out, Part VII. 541. Ramones Album Covers. 239. 542. Abusive Phone Calls.

The book was released in October 2008.

Mitch Clem, Joe Briggs. Mitch Clem stated that he was unopposed to bringing back Nothing Nice (though perhaps at a less frequent schedule), and stayed true to this statement when he brought it back on a weekly schedule on August 28, 2006. Updates ranged from sporadic to nonexistent for a while as the focus shifted from SARC to NN2S and back. The book was released in October 2008.

Punk-rock culture has a rich, longstanding tradition of anger, nihilism, and good old-fashioned suburban teenage angst, and no one is more headstrong and humorless about punk rock than the punks themselves. Enter Nothing Nice to Say. Mitch Clem's Nothing Nice to Say leaves no mohawked, leather-jacket-clad stone unturned in its mission to expose the awesomeness and the absurdity of punk culture. Sometimes esoteric and always hilarious, Nothing Nice is so punk you'd think the book was bound with safety pins.
Flamekiller
Arrived quickly, which is great since I didn't expect that. However I've had the book for only a few days and already pages are falling out. I was reading it, set it down (in the way it is in the photo) and when I picked it up a chunk of pages fell right out. I guess I must have handled the book more roughly than I thought, since I hadn't been that rough with it at all. So, three stars due to quick delivery, my love of this series, and how quickly the book started to fall apart.
Dianazius
What happens if you stick your foot into the middle of a circle pit? Answer: You will trip everyone like a set of dominoes! What if you went to a pizzeria and asked for some hot tea? Would you jump on the table & yell "ANARCHY!" when they say "No, we only have iced." And, most importantly, I must ask you the following question: What would Henry Rollins do?

ALL THESE QUESTIONS AND MORE CAN BE YOURS TO EXPLORE! ALL YOU NEED TO DO IS BUY THIS BOOK! On a more serious note, Mitch Clem is an excellent artist as well as an incredibly hilarious writer. You should buy this book immediately, seriously, and especially if you have a sense of humor towards punk music and punk culture, ETC.
Axebourne
if you were ever in the punk scene or knew someone who was or is, this is hilarious. hooray mitch clem!
Brakora
Book was good, but binding was just barely holding on and completely fell apart in the space of a couple of weeks. Somewhere in the book there's a joke about making the book more punk by binding it with safety pins-- honestly not looking like such a bad idea at this point.
Fato
I bought this book for my punk kid because he loves Mitch Clem. He loved it! But the book fell apart very easily as he read it. Beware of reading to page 40; the binding won't hold.
Coiriel
Great condition and awesome to finally have in my hands. Quick delivery, 5 stars!
The Sinners from Mitar
I've recently fallen in love with this comic. It's completely hilarious, that is, as long as you get the jokes and don't take yourself too seriously to laugh at them. If you consider yourself a punker in the non-mtv sense, if you think scenesters are annoying, emo kids make you laugh and punch yourself at the same time, and if you find yourself aggravated with skin heads, straight edge kids, hipsters and ever other ridiculous scene out there in world today... this may just be for you. It's crude and cynical, and the humor is in understanding the allusions and references. If you find yourself nodding to what I've typed out here... well then just buy the book already would ya? If not, go rock out to which ever "pUnX" band hot topic is promoting this week.
This comic really brings back memories of growing up surrounded by punk kids. Too bad our exploits back then weren't nearly as funny as Mitch Clem's brilliant writing. The art is good too, in its own unique way, and Clem throws enough extras into the book to make it a must have for NN2S fans. If you're new to the material however, there's no better way to dive right in. This is a lovely assembled collection, and demonstrates one of my favorite things about NN2S - Clem doesn't write it on a schedule, so he only makes a comic when he comes up with a particularly funny and relevant idea. Thus, the entire comic is, in a sense, a 'best of' collection. You won't be disappointed.
Nothing Nice To Say ebook
Author:
Mitch Clem
Category:
Graphic Novels
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Publisher:
Dark Horse (October 7, 2008)
Pages:
128 pages
Rating:
4.7
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