Review: Man, I hate Cursive by Jim Benton

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If you like good, stupid, subversive humor (and who among us does not?), consider pre-ordering Jim Benton‘s “Man, I Hate Cursive”.

Due out this October, this cartoon collection for “People and Advanced Bears” is silly, witty, and laugh-out-loud fun. It offers a collection of Benton’s more popular strips from Reddit, “shining a light on talking animals, relationships, fart jokes, and death” according to the book’s promo copy.

I liked it a lot. Admittedly, some of the humor leans off-color: it’s the kind of book you gift a friend, a fellow programmer, a geek, but not maybe your mom unless your mom is a friendly programmer geek, in which case, she’ll enjoy the laughs.

You’ll probably like it too, in which case, it’s excellent for leaving around on coffee tables if you’re a little uptight or in bathrooms, where its humor might be more appreciated during those deeply  philosophical times when you forget your iPad and don’t subscribe to the Ikea catalog.

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At just under a hundred pages, the book ended way too soon for me.  “Man, I Hate Cursive” is available for pre-order on Amazon ($11.07 paperback, $9.99) and will be published on October 18, 2016.

NetGalley provided me with a free copy of the book for this review.

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