Puppy Versus Kitten
By Andy Riley
The creator of the bestselling Bunny Suicides series returns to his animal roots with Puppy Versus Kitten, where two cute creatures come to grips with the world and with each other in their own respective kittenish and puppyish ways.
TWO PETS. ONE HOUSE. NO CLUE.
'I'm a long term fan of what Andy Riley does with a pen and paper, and this is another sheer delight for the eyeballs. I ROFL'ed, then LOL'ed as the kids no longer say' AISLING BEA
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FROM the Emmy-winning creator of the immensely successful (and darkly humorous) Bunny Suicides series, comes a brand new cartoon creation, featuring a bright-eyed puppy and a philosophical kitten navigating the ins and outs of life together.
Puppy Versus Kitten is the illustrated story of two adorable little creatures that have been plonked into the world knowing absolutely nothing about it. As expected, Kitten tries to use its intelligence to figure out situations, while Puppy, a much stupider creature, discovers its world by charging around and doing what comes to it naturally.
Living together under one roof, they clash as they encounter one another for the first time. Kitty outsmarts Puppy over and over again, but then, they meet the humans ...
Andy Riley is the author/artist of the Bunny Suicides books, Great Lies to Tell Small Kids, Selfish Pigs, D.I.Y. Dentistry, Roasted, Wine Makes Mummy Clever, Beer Makes Daddy Strong and lots of other stuff. His scriptwriting work includes Black Books, The Great Outdoors, Little Britain, Hyperdrive, Armstrong and Miller, Smack the Pony, Gnomeo and Juliet, and The Armando Ianucci Shows.
For more information and cartoons, or if you want to talk to him, go to www.misterandyriley.com
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19 Oct 2017
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Hodder & Stoughton
One of the funniest cartoonists in Britain — The Times on DIY DENTISTRY
Andy Riley can reasonably claim to be an heir to Heath Robinson . . . he is extraordinarily inventive — Sunday Telegraph on DIY DENTISTRY
One of the country's funniest cartoonists . . . a hoot but not for the faint-hearted. — Daily Mirror on DIY DENTISTRY
Hilarious, heartwarming and ever so sweetly mean. — Simon Pegg on GREAT LIES TO TELL SMALL KIDS