Viz Annual 2024: The Barber's Pole: A Heap of Clippings Swept Up from Issues 302-311 (Hardback)Viz Magazine (author)
From Motorhead's Christmas Adventure and Who's Who in a Medieval Plague Village to old favourites like Sid the Sexist and Roger Mellie, The Barber's Pole delivers more irresistible ribaldry from the pages of Viz.
Back in 1922, when Howard Carter first smashed his way into the tomb of long-dead Egyptian King Tutankhamun, the guttering candle in his hand illuminated a scene of unimaginable splendour. "Can you see anything?" asked Lord Carnarvon."Yes! Wonderful things!" responded a breathless Carter.
Fast forward just over a century, and any adventurer opening a copy of Viz - The Barber's Pole will be similarly astounded by the comedy gold they will find haphazardly piled up within its covers. Because just like the tomb of an Egyptian Pharaoh of the 18th Dynasty, the 226 pages within its stout and glossy covers are packed with priceless treasures.
It's the sort of 24-carrot comedy gold that has made Viz the country's fourth* or fifth** favourite humorous magazine (* ** possibly sixth) for well over four decades.
Publisher: Diamond Publishing Group Ltd
Number of pages: 226
Weight: 500 g
Dimensions: 230 x 300 mm
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