A Toe-Curling Stack of the Best Bits from Issues 242-251!
Mankind's constant need to do better - to climb higher, strive harder and travel further and faster - has been the unstoppable engine of progress that has driven our species on to ever greater achievements since we first crawled out of the primordial soup.
Today we think nothing of travelling through space to the furthest edges of our solar system, building giant glass and steel skyscrapers that pierce the clouds, or communicating with people on the other side of the world in the blink of an eye using a smartphone no bigger than an iPod. We have harnessed the power of the wind, the sun and the atom to do our bidding, and our disposable razors increase their number of blades seemingly on a daily basis.
Now, a thrilling new chapter of Homo Sapiens' inspirational story of progress opens with the release of Viz - The Jester's Shoes. For this year's Viz book is the BIGGEST EVER VIZ ANNUAL ever published! Ever! EVER!! EVER!!!
Viz - The Jester's Shoes is the 33rd annual from Britain's funniest magazine, and is a bogglingly 25% bigger than its predecessors. A 200-page romp through the best of issues 242 to 251, including comic strip mirth with The Fat Slags, Roger Mellie, Sid the Sexist, Mrs Brady, 8 Ace, Biffa Bacon and the rest of the Viz gang.
There's much merriment to be had too with a host of informative articles you didn't think you could live without. Life on Mars, Who's Who in Accident and Emergency, The Origins of Christmas and 20 Things you Never Knew about James Bond. Thrill at thrilling adventure stories The Shark Hunters of Hammerhead Bay, Striker's Last Match, The Ghost of Greytowers and Time Travelling White Van Man Letterbocks. Plus the ever-powerful Top Tips and much, much more!
Viz - The Jester's Shoes will surely go down in history - alongside the invention of the wheel, the discovery of fire and the Ronco Buttoneer - as one of the most important milestones in over 6 million years of human evolution. And unlike the invention of the wheel, the discovery of fire and the Ronco Buttoneer, it also makes an ideal gift for someone in that difficult £10 to £15 bracket.
Viz - you know it makes sense.