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Desc:Baffling Garfield special deals with God, bioethics, etc. (really). Your patience will be rewarded.
Category:Classic Movies, Religious
Tags:experimental, Jodorowsky, garfield, davis
Submitted:King of Balls
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King of Balls
Highlight: the segment beginning near the end of part 3.
Nobody else believed this was real, but I remembered. Oh yes, I remembered.
Rodents of Unusual Size
I remember being horrified by the Plague Dogs one.
King of Balls
That's exactly the association that first popped into my mind too.

Huh, I grew up with this in comic book form. Lives number five and seven scared the hell out of me.

I read this when I was five. It scared the living shit out of me.

"The Vikings", "The Garden", and "Primal Self" have been direct influences on me.

I had it in book form too. Dark, scary, and the only damn worthwhile thing ever done involving garfield (this includes lasagna cat)
Yeah, I got the book for Christmas when I was like 10.

"Come to maw maw" still gives me shudders.

I had the book when I was about that age also. I remember my dad was visibly offended at the cat Jesus in the detective story. We were in St. Louis, eating our lunch and watching the eagles catch theirs on the Mississippi.

Rodents of Unusual Size
What the shit was life number 3 supposed to be?

Jeff Fries
This story explains why the otherwise lazy Garfield enjoys occasionally engaging in rampaging and destructive behavior he would seem too lazy to engage in, such as his constant attacks on the mailman.

Five stars for intense nostalgia and reminding me to buy that dark, bizarre little book.
I never even knew this WAS a cartoon. I had the book for ages-- it's the only Garfield thing I still have and cherish.
I admit it:
"Dianna's Piano" brought a tear to my eye. Especially the end of the end, where her new car does NOT want to hear her play the piano. So sad.
I meant new CAT, of course!

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