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Sure, she's smelly and gross, but she's got a heart of gold! This collection collects over 100 strips for the first time, and his unmistakable blend of politically incorrect gags and social satire is as sharp as ever.
Vol. 2: Back in Bleck
Vol. 3: Comics are for Idiots!
Vol. 4: Fuc_ __u, _ss__le
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