Infinite Typewriters: Goats webcomic collection is transcendantly silly without being forced


7 Responses to “Infinite Typewriters: Goats webcomic collection is transcendantly silly without being forced”

  1. jheiss says:

    Nifty. I have some of the previous Goats books but got out of the habit of reading it. Got me a copy of Typewriters on order now.

  2. uricacid says:

    holy crap thanks Cory. I lost track of some bookmarks a while back and so forgot Goats existed.

    I think I first read it by going back in the archives, and what was awesome (to my recollection) was that the descent into far out insanity seemed rather gradual.

  3. FruitSmack! says:

    I’ve been reading Goats for years and while always funny, Mr. Rosenberg really shifted into high gear with the weird sci-fi craziness that Mr. Doctorow is describing above–which is also what is contained in the new book.

    Highly recommended.

  4. pupdog says:

    I have to agree, quite possibly the best use of beer, inter-dimensional bovine computers, and Reese Witherspoon ever…

  5. BearsAssaultedByBasil says:

    Cory, you got your Hitlers backwards.

  6. Chrs says:

    Holy crap, a Goats cartoon? That would be amazing!

  7. Halloween Jack says:

    Goats is one of the two webcomics (besides Questionable Content) that I don’t need to remind myself to read. It’s what Sluggy Freelance would be if Pete Abrams were as talented and clever as people seem to think he is.

    Jon Rosenberg is asking people to buy this because it’s sort of a make-and-break point for the comic, in terms of continuing to publish books and maybe even become a cartoon. You should buy this.

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