Tales from the "Clerks" Paperback
by Kevin Smith
They're back! The two greatest slackers in cinematic history return to shake things up Mooby-style in this absolutely massive "Clerks" graphic novel collection!
No customer is safe from the foul-mouthed sniping of Dante and Randall, the New Jersey layabouts who lament their lot in life through deliberations on sex, death, and pop culture.
Will they ever escape from their dead-end professions?
This super-sized volume contains the original comics smash hit "Clerks"; Jay and Silent Bob's shenanigans in "Chasing Dogma" and "Bluntman & Chronic"; as well as two stories exclusive to this book, 'Walt Flanagan's Dog' and the Clerks II movie tie-in, 'Where's the Beef'!
This is an essential book for any Kevin Smith fan! Warning: Adults Only!
- Format: Paperback
- Pages: 400 pages, b/w and colour comic strip
- Publisher: Titan Books Ltd
- Publication Date: 24/11/2006
- Category: Comics and Graphic Novels
- ISBN: 9781845764067
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Review by GiacomoL
I loved the original <i>Clerks</i> movie. Quintessentially Gen-X, brave, and terribly funny, the first film by Kevin Smith (and still his best one, in my opinion) was an unexpected breath of fresh air for teenagers in the 90s. What followed rarely reached the same level, but it maintained the spirit, the "fuck-all" attitude, the courage of the original. This volume is also very uneven in quality, and it will make no sense whatsoever if you don't know who characters like Dante or Jay & Silent Bob are; but if you are a View Askew aficionado, you should proudly display this on your comic shelf, and watch as Jay tries to tell Nazi jokes to Will Eisner and you can't help laughing your a$$ off.