Penny Arcade Volume 1: Attack of the Bacon Robots
Get your geek on! Penny Arcade, the comic strip for gamers, by gamers is now available in comic shops and bookstores everywhere. Not familiar with Penny Arcade? What? It's only the most popular comic strip on the web. It's the funniest, most twisted comic that ever lampooned gamer culture, and... show more
Get your geek on! Penny Arcade, the comic strip for gamers, by gamers is now available in comic shops and bookstores everywhere. Not familiar with Penny Arcade? What? It's only the most popular comic strip on the web. It's the funniest, most twisted comic that ever lampooned gamer culture, and takes shots at everything from Star Wars to Steve Jobs. Experience the joy of being a hardcore gamer as expressed in vignettes of random vulgarity and mindless violence! Get online and direct your browser to penny-arcade.com, check out the latest strips, then, to read Penny Arcade from the very beginning, get the first collection, Attack of the Bacon Robots, which includes strips, sketches, and creator commentary not available anywhere else!
Publish date: January 31st 2006
Publisher: Dark Horse Comics
Pages no: 168
Edition language: English
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First of all, almost everything I've purchased from Humble Bundle has been wonderful and this was so popular, I figured it had to be good, right? It's why I was psyched and downloaded it when it showed up as an additional book for purchasing over the average in a bundle that, I believe, included S...
First of all, a disclaimer: if you do not know that it is, this is most probably not for you. The comics deal with issues of gaming, mostly computer and console. Penny Arcade is very well known in these circles, which means that even if you have a passing interest in the subject you must have heard ...
There is swearing in this review. I'm sure most of you don't care, but I normally avoid it. So it's hidden, not for spoilers, but for language:In this case, however, given that I'm reviewing a Penny Arcade book, I'm going to claim it's a fucking homage, or some such shit.This book is not David Coppe...
I found this collection of Penny Acade's early work to be extremely funny. I didn't always appreciate the nuances since I wasn't really into gaming when the Dreamcast was still around but I still found enough to make me laugh out loud several times. It was interesting to compare the characterizati...
As though there could be anything wrong this. (Even if it is, actually, their shakier, early strips.)