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eBook Sam Max Surfin the Highway Anniversary Edition ePub

by Steve Purcell

  • ISBN: 097925762X
  • Subcategory: No category
  • Author: Steve Purcell
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Telltale (February 11, 2008)
  • ePub book: 1436 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1992 kb
  • Other: lit mbr lrf doc
  • Rating: 4.2
  • Votes: 918

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I got the original Sam & Max Surfin the Highway graphic novel when I was in high school from the local comic shop.

I got the original Sam & Max Surfin the Highway graphic novel when I was in high school from the local comic shop. By the time I was finishing college the book was worn, torn, and abused from all my friends borrowing, and enjoying, it's comic-y (not a word) goodness.

The collected Sam & Max: Surfin' the Highway is a compilation of Sam & Max comics and related artwork that was published by Marlowe & Company in 1995. It is named after highway surfing, the activity portrayed on the front cover.

Writer: Steve Purcell. Artist: Steve Purcell. Publication date: January 2008. Twenty-five years ago, Sam & Max burst onto the indie comic book scene with a daring venture to the Philippines (drawn entTwenty-five years ago, Sam & Max burst onto the indie comic book scene with a daring venture to the Philippines (drawn entirely without reference) called Monkeys Violating the Heavenly Temple. The fedora wearing canine Sam and his crazed lagomorph companion Max bust crimes on the sketchy streets of New York City as Freelance Police in this rich collection of cases, taking them from the cereal aisle of the local supermarket, all the way to the moon!

Sam & Max creator Steve Purcell and Telltale, developer .

Thank Telltale for poking and prodding me to finally re-release Surfin' the Highway," says Sam & Max creator Steve Purcell. Years later he produced a handful of Sam & Max comic books followed by adaptations as an acclaimed LucasArts computer game and an animated TV series on the Fox network.

Sam & Max in Monkeys Violating the Heavenly Temple - Продолжительность: 15:30 .

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Sam & Max is a media franchise focusing on the titular fictional characters, the Freelance Police

Sam & Max is a media franchise focusing on the titular fictional characters, the Freelance Police. The characters, who occupy a universe that parodies American popular culture, were created by Steve Purcell in his youth, and later debuted in a 1987 comic book series.

Twenty years ago, Sam & Max burst onto the indie comic book scene with a daring venture to the Philippines (drawn entirely without reference) called Monkeys Violating the Heavenly Temple. Today they're the stars of an Eisner-nominated webcomic and a successful episodic game series. Sam & Max creator Steve Purcell and Telltale are celebrating these milestones with the this new edition of the Sam & Max comic book collection, Surfin' the Highway. In addition to all of the content of the 1995 original, the new edition contains 25 pages of content developed over the last two decades, bringing the page count to 197 with 45 pages in full color. The new content includes advertisements for the original Freelance Police comic book, a color version of Fair Wind to Java and recent paintings promoting Telltale's Sam & Max games and the upcoming DVD release of the Sam & Max Freelance Police animated series.

Comments

Leniga Leniga
I love this book. It's filled with so much stuff. All of the Sam and Max comics to date, plus a whole bunch of extras and artwork. It's amazing. If you're a fan of Sam and Max, I highly recommend you get this.
Unirtay Unirtay
I got the original Sam & Max Surfin the Highway graphic novel when I was in high school from the local comic shop. By the time I was finishing college the book was worn, torn, and abused from all my friends borrowing, and enjoying, it's comic-y (not a word) goodness. Thank heavens I have finally been able to replace my tattered copy of Surfin the Highway with this Anniversary Edition. Steve Purcell is like some lunatic genius - where else can one find a story ending with the abrupt and totally unreferenced "Rubber Baby Pants Commandos" bursting through the ceiling being led by a talking chimpanzee in a diaper? If you have any slight interest in Sam and Max, and enjoy its offbeat humor, you NEED to read the original comics - you won't regret it!
ndup ndup
It was fun to actually see what a Sam and Max comic was like. I enjoyed it very much! What's surprising is all the promotional art that went into it as well.
Gtonydne Gtonydne
I've never read a comic so hilarious. It was by chance that I stumbled upon this book on the internet, and for the heck of it decided to spend what ever money I had in the bank to get it. Thanks to Surfin' The Highway, I am now a huge fan of the world of Sam & Max! Most funny pages have to go through a page or two to get to the punch line, but Sam & Max has a gut busting, seizure inducing laugh on almost ever panel. All Sam & Max need is just one moment to deliver a smart-assed remark that'll leave you in stitches. Not only that, but this book also got me over my fear of cops! I swear there has to be some cosmic shift in between the real world and cartoon world, because Max has to be my long lost twin brother!
Kegal Kegal
I never read the comic book before playing the game Sam and Max hit the road. But this is really a must for any Sam and Max fan because it carries the sense of humor they both have. The comics are wild and often times don't make sense, but hey it wouldn't be Sam and Max if it did.
Daigrel Daigrel
Im from Denmark. And i purchased this book in USA because it was too expensive in UK. I purchased it and waited in over a month. Was it worth it???????????
HELL YA!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
this book has so much of everything Sam and Max has done in comics. it is hilarius.
And small "PSA's" that are just as hilarius. And best of all: it is just political incorrect (not racist). What else can i say........... oh maybe BUY IT BUY IT BUY IT BUY IT BUY IT BUY IT BUY IT BUY IT
Vareyma Vareyma
Or, at least, something quite close to it. I won't go into too much detail. Heck, all the other reviews tell you about the art and yadda yadda. I'll just say that you HAVE to own it. What better thing to own than an anthropomorphic two piece suit loving canine, who doesn't wear underwear, and a rabbity thing with a need for violence? If you can seriously answer with anything but "nothing"...I don't think I want to associate with you.
I found myself laughing out loud and having to explain to my husband what was so funny! I just love the this book. The story telling and artwork are so well done I couldn't put it down. Very funny stuff!