28 February 2008

Jon Arbuckle, Post-Modernist


Garfield, without Garfield, becomes, in the author's words, "a comic about schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, and the empty desperation of modern life ... a journey deep into the tortured mind of an isolated young everyman as he fights a losing battle against loneliness and methamphetamine addiction in a quiet American suburb."

It must be seen to be believed.

3 comments:

james said...

This is the best thing I've seen in weeks! I can hardly imagine what Garfield could be saying or doing that would make these even theoretically the dull, routine comic escapades that I know they must have been. If this was the real Garfield, Jim Davis would be revered on a plane with Camus and Beckett. At least.

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hello!!!!Garfield was originally created by Davis with the intention to come up with a "good, marketable character". Now the world's most syndicated comic strip, Garfield is best cartoon of many sweet girls because the cats is a love!!!!

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Excellent comic I love Garfield because he's really irreverent, he use to bother John all time and Oddy.m10m