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REVIEW ✓ Stranger Planet ì The seuel to the #1 New York Times bestselling phenomenon Strange Planet featuring hilarious and poignant adventures from the fascinating inhabitants of Nathan W Pyle's colorful worldIn this eagerly awaited seuel Nathan takes us back to his charming and instantly recognizable planet colored in bright pinks blues greens and puNto a strangely familiar world and its culture from “cohesion” marriage to “mild poison” alcohol to the full lyrics to “The Small Eight Legged Creature” sung to the tune of The Itsy Bitsy SpiderBright colorful and whimsical yet charmingly familiar Stranger Planet is out of this world fun. I enjoy the beings even though I have already seen the majority of these onlineCould've used of the therapist and existential crisis situations lol here are my favorites not in the book

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Pinks blues greens and purples providing escapades jokes and p h r a s e sNathan mixes his most popular Instagram comics with than thirty original works created exclusively for this second volume to explore four major topics traditions nature emotions and knowledge He inducts new and longtime fans i. First book got something like 5 stars The seuel gets 4 stars Simple reason why first book was fresh new to me This book uses some of the same joke ideas from first book cats are aloof like pushing things over yet people still like them; etc literally reuses the same 2 boxes than once I kept seeing two boxes possibly setting up a section then about 3 pages later the same 2 boxes with an additional 2 new boxes to complete the joke panel uite annoying to see the same thing over and over againRating 4July 15 2020

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Stranger PlanetThe seuel to the #1 New York Times bestselling phenomenon Strange Planet featuring hilarious and poignant adventures from the fascinating inhabitants of Nathan W Pyle's colorful worldIn this eagerly awaited seuel Nathan takes us back to his charming and instantly recognizable planet colored in bright. Stranger Planet is a collection of cartoons from Nathan Pyle It pokes fun at various aspects of human society through the eyes of some aliensThe Strange Planet strip by Nathan W Pyle is one of the few webcomics I read Pyle makes wry cynical observations about the absurdities of human society through the eyes of some cute aliens Each Strange Planet strip is a single page with four panels although some strips are linked The art is a little crude and honestly I was afraid this was going to be a dumping ground for strips that weren't good enough for the first Strange Planet collection but my fears were unfounded It was just as hilarious as the first collection