Garfield Loses His Feet

Jim Davis


Garfield Loses His Feet

Garfield Loses His Feet

  • Title: Garfield Loses His Feet
  • Author: Jim Davis
  • ISBN: 9780345464675
  • Page: 427
  • Format: Paperback



Can a cat with no feetunce into bed trot to the TV set race for the refrigerator You can be sure that your favorite furry feline will find a way The Garfield Classics series collect the early years of the Garfield strip in a larger, full color format Garfield may have gone through a few changes, but one thing has stayed the same his enormous appetite for food andCan a cat with no feetunce into bed trot to the TV set race for the refrigerator You can be sure that your favorite furry feline will find a way The Garfield Classics series collect the early years of the Garfield strip in a larger, full color format Garfield may have gone through a few changes, but one thing has stayed the same his enormous appetite for food and fun So laugh along with the classic cat, because classics are always in style.


Recent Comments "Garfield Loses His Feet"

3.5 stars. Garfield's ninth book. In it he continues his quest to locate and digest the ultimate pan of lasagna (without having to work too hard to get it). Along the way, he torments Odie, Jim, Nermal and the rest of gang in classic Garfield fashion.

An absolute hilarious collection of one of the greatest comic strips of all time.

I don't ever remember laughing at Garfield. Reading it was like re-watching an episode of a sitcom you've already seen ten times and know all the plot threads and punchlines. There's a bland comfort to it and, for a stretch in early Middle School, bland comfort was preferable to none.I consumed all the Garfield books in the Middle School library, idly wondering when something new would happen to shake up the Groundhog Day-esque loop in which they lived their lives, for a character to maybe grow [...]

*review to come*

Garfield the cat is an entertaining character. Does he make me laugh out loud like Cavlin and Hobbes can? No. Still, I like the all of the characters that Jim Davis has created in this very famous comic strip. Garfield really only has two objectives in life: eat and sleep, which is pretty much the life of a real cat. Odie, the ever-drooling dog is a hoot, but he isn't smart enough to think a single thought. I always wondered what he was thinking, or if he was thinking at all. And Jon, poor Jon. [...]

Not the best Garfield collection out there, but there were a couple classics. It's an interesting transitional snapshot of Garfield when he still possesses some cat-like quirks and qualities, makes sardonic quips of wisdom and satire, and lays off the homogeneous slapstick-lasagna stuff. It's still at the point where Davis will surprise you with surprisingly adult undertones. There's a strip where Jon straight up says "I'm so depressed it's depressing, I think I'll go out and shoot myself" while [...]

I loved Garfield when I was in middle school. I had several of these collections, and I read them all again and again. I'm giving three stars based on the way I felt about the book when I read it the first time (or should I say the first 10 to 15 times?). Now I can't imagine reading any one of these books one time.I can barely believe how many of these collections exist.

I was addicted to these as a kid. I drove my parents insane following them around demanding, "Read this one!" I'm sure that my Dad regretted owning a bookstore. As an adult, I foster cats, and every foster kitten has a picture taken in a box labeled "to: Abu Dhabi." None of my two personal cats are obese, but one is especially adept at tossing chihuahuas off furniture using only one paw

Once again jim davis is able to pull off his 9th Garfield book. As always its hilarious. And funnier than ever. You see a father's cat chase the mailman mock dogs and be sttacked many times by mondsys.

Garfield is always a fun, easy comic where you can leave your brain at the door but enjoy plenty of snickering at the felines' bizarre and selfish antics. A cute book that's fun to look through.

Garfield eats Jon's donut.

This is back when Garfield still had quality gags and wasn't tired.

The old orange cat still has some funny lines! And, Odie is there to be the straight man, er, dog.

It was good like all the other Garfield books.


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