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This book is sure to please anyone who hates twitter, the government, or just themselves. Featuring such new characters as Karate Dad, man who hates computers, and the feral girl. Laugh out loud at this "Darlingly ironic and awful" (-Boing Boing) stand-alone follow up to Michael Sweater's cult hit, Please Destroy My Enemies. This book is sure to please anyone who hates twitter, the government, or just themselves. Featuring such new characters as Karate Dad, man who hates computers, and the feral girl. Laugh out loud at this "Darlingly ironic and awful" (-Boing Boing) stand-alone follow up to Michael Sweater's cult hit, Please Destroy My Enemies.


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This book is sure to please anyone who hates twitter, the government, or just themselves. Featuring such new characters as Karate Dad, man who hates computers, and the feral girl. Laugh out loud at this "Darlingly ironic and awful" (-Boing Boing) stand-alone follow up to Michael Sweater's cult hit, Please Destroy My Enemies. This book is sure to please anyone who hates twitter, the government, or just themselves. Featuring such new characters as Karate Dad, man who hates computers, and the feral girl. Laugh out loud at this "Darlingly ironic and awful" (-Boing Boing) stand-alone follow up to Michael Sweater's cult hit, Please Destroy My Enemies.

34 review for Please Destroy The Internet

  1. 4 out of 5

    Brian Hendricks

    Michael Sweater is a joy to read. Good for a short, one-sitting binge or a quick, daily comic devotional. Definitely eclipsed by his more recent work, but these strips are still funny and relatable.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Liz

    I really like the first comic with the girl and her family that runs throughout the book. It's a fun throwback to the first page with a fun, developing story. It begs you to ask, "Have you ever wished your boring family could turn into giant rat/wolves with opossum tails for tongues?" Frankly, if these aren't the questions you have at your book club, what are you even talking about these days, right? Good times! The art has the funk of zines and punk themes, but with the fun interconnection of a s I really like the first comic with the girl and her family that runs throughout the book. It's a fun throwback to the first page with a fun, developing story. It begs you to ask, "Have you ever wished your boring family could turn into giant rat/wolves with opossum tails for tongues?" Frankly, if these aren't the questions you have at your book club, what are you even talking about these days, right? Good times! The art has the funk of zines and punk themes, but with the fun interconnection of a small press comic. It's continuously hilarious with meme-styled, dad joke, and other humorous styles mixed together in a comics cauldron. It jabs at all of the things that make life banal --like hearing about who someone's favorite Beatle is in 2018 or asking about the newest Game of Thrones episode while eating a deer carcass after a day at the office. (You know, regular human stuff.) Sweater also takes some fun stabs at the art community, art school, and dealing with those good old imposter syndrome feelings. Also, what's the deal with all of the cheeseburger jokes? Digging for buried treasure? Cheeseburgers. Lying to your dentist about flossing? Cheeseburgers. If you're Michael Sweater and reading this: where is the cat farts comics?

  3. 5 out of 5

    Meg

    More wolves, please.

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