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  • ISBN 0916397637
  • ISBN13 978-0916397630
  • Language English
  • Author Keith Knight
  • Publisher Manic D Press, Inc.; 1st edition (2000)
  • Pages 128
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  • Category Comics and Funnies
  • Subcategory Graphic Novels
  • Size ePub 1788 kb
  • Size Fb2 1257 kb
  • Rating: 4.5
  • Votes: 205

Keith Knight's comics are simultaneously lighthearted, wild, and clever, and his great strength is the deftness with which he blends political insight, whacked-out surrealism, neurotic humor, and personal honesty. His comic strip, K Chronicles, runs in the San Francisco Examiner, on Salon.com, and in dozens of alternative newsweeklies across the country. Reminiscent of Calvin and Hobbes, Knight's drawing style is fluid and dynamic.

Keith Knight's comics are simultaneously lighthearted, wild, and clever, and his great strength is. .Knight's second "K Chronicles" collection is as zany as his first.

Keith Knight's comics are simultaneously lighthearted, wild, and clever, and his great strength is the deftness with which he blends political insight. I think his ones about working at youth hostels and seeing the cultural-centrism of America at work are so perfectly calibrated. He's definitely worth reading, and I certainly wish his comic appeared in my area!

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Information about the book, Fear Of A Black Marker: Another K Chronicles Compendium: the Fiction, Paperback, by Keith Knight (Manic D Press, Jun 22, 1905).

Fear of a Black Marker. Another K Chronicles Compendium. Published 2000 by Manic D Press. Pictorial American wit and humor, Comic books, strips.

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Avarm
Listen, just get this book. This is not one of those reviews where I'm going to say funny things, or make up gorgeous metaphors for anyone's catastrophic talent. Just get this book. It's really funny, and you like funny, right? Everyone likes funny!
I'm not African American, or a guy, and I don't live in California, and I'm not an artist, and I don't have a twin, but I can relate to this guy-- OK, we're the same age, and yeah, that helps, but the point is, he's just some guy. He's not married to Jane Pauley, or earning six figures, but really, he's better than them all.
Duzshura
My good friend, a comic shop owner, gave me his signed collection of "Keef's" first collection. I remember Keith wandering around the San Diego Comic Con wearing a paper mache' head of his comic character which was, of course, himself. He was having a blast. His strip is full of good belly laughs and his poigniant take on contemporary living is bare bones hilarious. He can be considerably less than tactful but then so is life. So, do yourself a favor and buy his books, all of them. So what if he has brown skin. Who cares? Just dump the "race" crap. His life is full of the same triumphs and disappointments as the rest of us "white" folks. That's the key; he's clearly in there with the rest of us just struggling to make his life make sense even when it's obviously, often senseless, to no fault of his own. To have to make that point is pretty obsequious in itself.

You don't have to fully agree with his take on things to get the points he's making.

And....best of all, he's funny!
Gandree
Knight's second "K Chronicles" collection is as zany as his first. From birthdays to family relations to touring with his band the Marginal Prophets to being subjected to "The Phantom Menace" movie, his cartoons's themes are full of social commentary, neurotic humor, and skewed realism. I think his ones about working at youth hostels and seeing the cultural-centrism of America at work are so perfectly calibrated. He's definitely worth reading, and I certainly wish his comic appeared in my area!
Oh, and his comics inspire me daily to stare at the walls and envision drawings of snowstorms (like page 103).
Mayno
I have met Keith several times and not only are his comics swell but he is a really great guy. His humor shines. I have bought this for friends as a gift and it has not ever disaappointed.
Twentyfirstfinger
The very best thing about Wednesday is that a new K Chronicles comic is posted to Salon.com! Keef is exceedingly talented and I wish my local newspaper ran his strip daily instead of the mostly boring and awful ones they feature presently. Unfortunately, this will not happen in my lifetime - luckily there are books like this to fill the gap!
Coirad
Keith Knight is simply brilliant. His rendering is clear, expressive and gut-bustingly funny. His insights are unique and thought provoking and his self-deprecating attitude is refreshing.
K2 rocks!