The eighth collection of The Far Side.
In an age where black humour is a lost art, Larson's cartoon is an island of insanity, offering us a perspective of a world where the unreal is normal and vice versa. Its message deep down is a dark one- something about taking ourselves too seriously and strutting around as if we own the place. - ROLLING STONE
Larson communicates a great deal of information in a few simple ink lines. The expressions of his character are vivid and immediately recognisable... And with just a strand of beads and a pair of harlequin glasses, he can somehow transfer any animal- a sha - LOS ANGELES TIMES
THE FAR SIDE is a continuum of the unexpected- less of a comic strip than a sort of laugh-inducing Mobius strip, where surprises are endlessly surfacing as no big deal. - WEST MAGAZINE