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  • ISBN 0916397505
  • ISBN13 978-0916397500
  • Language English
  • Author Keith Knight
  • Publisher Manic D Press, Inc. (October 10, 1997)
  • Pages 128
  • Formats lit lrf mbr rtf
  • Category Social Science
  • Subcategory Social Sciences
  • Size ePub 1108 kb
  • Size Fb2 1189 kb
  • Rating: 4.4
  • Votes: 260

Whether depicting zany adventures about buying condoms and living with out-of-control roommates or confronting more serious issues like racism and urban squalor, Keith Knight's comics are simultaneously twisted and insightful.

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Dances with Sheep : A K Chronicles Compendium. Book in the K Chronicles Series). Worldly-concious, thought provoking, or for no reason at all. Tales of touring with his band, trying to find a vegetarian restaurant in Texas, or trying to get laid (never happens), are all part of this collection. Everyone will find something to relate to in his strips because it's about you and your neighbors.

Dances With Sheep: A K Chronicles Compendium. All of the sixty years of the K Chronicles drawn by Keith Knight. K Chronicles are the story of Mr. Knight, a good man who shows his humanity through Boston, SF and finally LA. A new daily strip is being drawn by Mr. Knight, "The Knight Life. It is not about the days of chivalry. Do not think that you can read this in one night. It is a thick book and would be hard to read in bed. And too hard to be a pillow.

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A K Chronicles Compendium. Published October 1997 by Manic D Press. People are always surprised when they finally meet me & discover I'm a short, heavy-set Korean girl named Soon-Yi.

Keith Edgar Knight Jr. (born August 24, 1966) is an American cartoonist and musician known . Dances with Sheep (1997, Manic D Press). (born August 24, 1966) is an American cartoonist and musician known for his comic strips The K Chronicles, (Th)ink, and The Knight Life  . A syndicated daily strip, The Knight Life, was launched in 2008.

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SiIеnt
Keith, K-Squared, Keef... who is this man of a thousand faces? And why is he so damn creative?
The K Chronicles are one of my favorite strips. Worldly-concious, thought provoking, or for no reason at all. Tales of touring with his band, trying to find a vegetarian restaurant in Texas, or trying to get laid (never happens), are all part of this collection. Everyone will find something to relate to in his strips because it's about you and your neighbors. The stoner next door, the roommate you never ever see but leaves a pile of dishes for you to clean, your fledgling band touring Bar Mitzvahs and beer halls. Yeah, it's all in there.
And since Keef is A) not a giant MTV pop-star, and B) quite down-to-Earth, he will sign your book (or body parts) for you if ask him nicely. So, when he DOES become that unapproachable MTV pop-star you can say you knew him before the money clouded his brain and the creativity went down the toilet.
Don't forget to check out his other books: FEAR OF A BLACK MARKER, WHAT A LONG STRANGE TRIP IT'S BEEN, and RED, WHITE, BLACK & BLUE: the first and brand-spanking new collection of Keef's single panel daily comic, (th)ink.
Check out his website at [...] for more info and artwork. Also check out his band The Marginal Prophets (imagine if Frank Zappa and Digital Underground made a CD, it would sound so not like this, but just more the same. Right?)
Phalaken
I can't believe Keith Knight doesn't get more attention. It can't be just because he uses "language or suggestive themes," because Matt Groenig does that all the time in Life in Hell, and he always got tons of press, even before the Simpsons. Zippy the Pinhead everyone's heard of. Even Ernie Pook's Comeek, and heck, Trotts and Bonnie... oh, nevermind.
Buy this book. Knight's a freaking genius. He's a generation X'er (maybe that's why he doesn't get a lotta press), but that makes him the cartoonist of my generation, as far as I'm concerned. If you were born after the Kennedy assassination, but are old enough to remember the Bicentennial, there outta be a law; you should be REQUIRED to buy this book. Or maybe our parents should be required to buy it for us.
Oh, just get it.
Terr
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Keith Knight's book is a madcap look into his world of public transportation, psycho roommates, dating, and cartooning, as well as being an insightful, intelligent look at racism, social politics, and other issues. I especially love the ones about riding the bus and about when Keith and a friend went to a gay bar. My jaw still hurts from laughing. ....
one life
I accidently discovered Keith Knight through Salon online by way of Tom Tomorrow. I read through his archives and had to buy his book he was hawking. And let me tell you it was hilarious. Unlike other weekly cartoons, Keith Knight doesn't try to be too hip or "experimental" with his drawing style. His drawing is reminisent of Harvey Kurtzman's "Hey Look!" and his stories are like Joe Matt's "Peep Show" single pagers. I'm glad Keith Knight continues to put out a new strip every week and I look forward to his next compilation. It makes for a pleasant read over and over again.
grand star
I really love the K Chronicles, and this and Fear of A Black Marker are terrific - funny, insightful, brilliant, pretty much everything you want in a comic book!