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Squee's Wonderful Big Giant Book of Unspeakable Horrors collects together the four issues of the Squee comic book series from SLG Publishing. It also contains reprints from the popular Jhonny the Homicidal Maniac series that didn't appear in the JTHM: Director's Cut book.


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Squee's Wonderful Big Giant Book of Unspeakable Horrors collects together the four issues of the Squee comic book series from SLG Publishing. It also contains reprints from the popular Jhonny the Homicidal Maniac series that didn't appear in the JTHM: Director's Cut book.

59 review for Squee's Wonderful Big Giant Book of Unspeakable Horrors.

  1. 4 out of 5

    ✨Sumi's Books✨

    Poor little Squee LOL Squee is a nervous little boy who lives in a frightening world. He is plagued by pretty much everything including strange adults, aliens from another world, and the crazy homicidal maniac who lives next door. 😜😜😜 Just like the rest of Jhonen Vasquez's comics this one is beautifully drawn. No I wouldn't say beautiful... I would say dark. Yes very dark. As in all of his artwork Vasquez's disdain for the rest of humanity comes out in clear comedic form. The poor little protagoni Poor little Squee LOL Squee is a nervous little boy who lives in a frightening world. He is plagued by pretty much everything including strange adults, aliens from another world, and the crazy homicidal maniac who lives next door. 😜😜😜 Just like the rest of Jhonen Vasquez's comics this one is beautifully drawn. No I wouldn't say beautiful... I would say dark. Yes very dark. As in all of his artwork Vasquez's disdain for the rest of humanity comes out in clear comedic form. The poor little protagonist views the outside world as exactly that and yearns to living a life of his own away from scary reality. As the spin off of JTHM I think Vasquez did beautifully with the series. The artwork is the same as the original series and the irony is also on par with the original JTHM. Anyone who likes Invader Zim or JTHM would love this series as well.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Keith

    Holy crap, did you know that most people on Goodreads think that Johnny the Homicidal Maniac is a better book than this one? A cooler book, sure, I'll grant you that -- but a better one? That's impossible, nerds. Jhonen Vasquez wrote JTHM to get good enough to write Squee! This book is gold.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Brenton

    Squee was a mini-series offshoot of Vasquez's Johnny the Homicidal Maniac strip, in which Squee was originally Johnny's very young and ever-so-frightened neighbor. These short strips further explore Squee's general state of good ol' fashioned little-kid-peeing-his-pants terror. Squee's all-encompassing phobia is not unwarranted, of course; he is, after all, the intended victim of multiple bumbling space aliens with anal probes and a dust mite the size of a St. Bernard, among other things. It's al Squee was a mini-series offshoot of Vasquez's Johnny the Homicidal Maniac strip, in which Squee was originally Johnny's very young and ever-so-frightened neighbor. These short strips further explore Squee's general state of good ol' fashioned little-kid-peeing-his-pants terror. Squee's all-encompassing phobia is not unwarranted, of course; he is, after all, the intended victim of multiple bumbling space aliens with anal probes and a dust mite the size of a St. Bernard, among other things. It's all rather hilarious, with more Vasquez satire and off-kilter humor, but is there more to Squee than just a small boy afraid of the many things in the big, ugly world outside his window that can do him harm? No injury ever comes to Squee; maybe the point is that we scare ourselves too easily, or that even if things can potentially harm us we ought to have a bit more backbone than we do. Or, in light of the technologically advanced but intelligence-challenged aliens, maybe the point is that the potentially harmful things out there will only actually succeed in harming us purely by fumbling accident, and that we ought to be laughing at danger more anyway. It's healthy to laugh. I don't know, I'm sure I need to read the book again, perhaps all in one sitting. Well, the Squee stuff all in one sitting; more than half the book is composed of all the non-Squee and non-Johnny cartoon strips that were published in the original issues of each comic, and they are nonsensical and insane enough that reading them all in one sitting probably IS something to be legitimately afraid of.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Muffin Panic

    Jhonen has a natural ability to make me laugh like a maniac. I hope never to read this in a hospital or outside a psychiatrist's office. So I have one advice, read it in safe places where you know there is no one with enough authority to put you in an asylum.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Brittany

    Squee is a lovable little boy, except his parents don't really like him all that much. He gets abducted by aliens and they don't even notice or care. Squee meets some weird people, like Johnny the Homicidal Maniac and the son of Satan. Poor Squee rarely gets to meet nice normal people. He has nightmares and there are monsters in his room. But enough about Squee. Inside this book you'll also find Filler Bunny, Happy Noodle Boy, Wobbly Headed Bob and a whole lot of Meanwhiles. So what are you wait Squee is a lovable little boy, except his parents don't really like him all that much. He gets abducted by aliens and they don't even notice or care. Squee meets some weird people, like Johnny the Homicidal Maniac and the son of Satan. Poor Squee rarely gets to meet nice normal people. He has nightmares and there are monsters in his room. But enough about Squee. Inside this book you'll also find Filler Bunny, Happy Noodle Boy, Wobbly Headed Bob and a whole lot of Meanwhiles. So what are you waiting for? Enjoy! This is a funny/scary/creepy/fantastic/grotesque little comic. There's not a very extensive plot per se, mostly it's just an account of all the misfortunes that fall on a little boy named Squee and his doll Shmee. This comic is not for the faint of heart since there are many disturbing and gross images inside. I do love Squee though. I wish he were my kid and I could protect him from all the horrible things that happen. He looks like such a little sweetheart who is just overburdened with misfortune. I think guys and girls who really like comics will love this book. Also fans of Jhonen Vasquez's other works will be glad of this addition, if they haven't already read it. I love the art and I love the weird and disgusting situations and scenes in this book. If you like comics and like things that are a bit strange I would definitely check this out. It was a fun great read that I will reread time and again. Poor little Squee... First Line: "Hey boys and girls!!" Favorite Lines: "Um...Mommy? I don't feel good. Can I stay home from school today? The Aliens did spooooooky things to my head." Read more: http://www.areadingnook.com/#ixzz1Jzy...

  6. 4 out of 5

    Melissa Chung

    Just my style of humor! I bought this graphic novel from Bookoff years ago because of the cover. It’s purple and the little boy on the cover is super cute!! What was inside was better than the cover. 4 stars!! Jhonen Vasquez the author is like my 15 year old so but.... as an adult teehee. My son talks like this all the time. How he just wants the pain to stop. My son says it in a joking way... he’s not suicidal. But neither is so of the characters in this book. Let’s talk about the book. All pane Just my style of humor! I bought this graphic novel from Bookoff years ago because of the cover. It’s purple and the little boy on the cover is super cute!! What was inside was better than the cover. 4 stars!! Jhonen Vasquez the author is like my 15 year old so but.... as an adult teehee. My son talks like this all the time. How he just wants the pain to stop. My son says it in a joking way... he’s not suicidal. But neither is so of the characters in this book. Let’s talk about the book. All panels are black and white. They are rough ink drawings and I really like it like that. The rawness of the illustrations is chaotic and full if agitation. Squee the main character is a little kid that likes to ask a lot of questions and lots of bad things happen to him. His parents wish he wasn’t born. He gets on their nerves with his constant yakking. Reminds me of my own children ha! That’s not all... this graphic novel is called New and Improved Squee! Half or 2/4 of the book is Squee. 1/4 is panels about noodle boy and the other 1/4 are about the comics Meanwhile. It’s almost like they are in order of laugh out loud humor. Squee was a blast. Funny kid situations that I can relate to because I’m a mom of two boys. Then comes Noodle Boy who is just as vulgar and anti-social as my husband. My husband likes to talk about doomsday...sigh. Lastly are the comics Meanwhile... and they are definitely entertaining, but not really funny. I didn’t laugh out loud once with those ones. I’m not a crazy, I’ll follow you to outer space fan, but I’m definitely loving this author’s voice and will definitely buy his other graphic novel Johnny the Homicidal Maniac. That one has been on my Amazon wishlist for at least 5 years.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Julianne

    This is something that's hard to review, because if you're at all familiar with Vasquez you already know what you're going to get. Spooky paranormal/scifi craziness with aliens, Satan, and adult characters that just don't understand children. All wrapped in a dirty world that is the epitome of filth. I didn't know what to expect from the other shorter comics (Meanwhile..., Happy Noodle Boy, Wobbly Headed Bob) but they are just as creepy and unnerving as Squee and JTHM. Meanwhile... was the stand This is something that's hard to review, because if you're at all familiar with Vasquez you already know what you're going to get. Spooky paranormal/scifi craziness with aliens, Satan, and adult characters that just don't understand children. All wrapped in a dirty world that is the epitome of filth. I didn't know what to expect from the other shorter comics (Meanwhile..., Happy Noodle Boy, Wobbly Headed Bob) but they are just as creepy and unnerving as Squee and JTHM. Meanwhile... was the stand out for me, specifically the 'based on my real life' segments and Tickle Me Hellmo. A must read for any Vasquez fan.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Dan

    This is a graphic novel compilation of Vasquez's comic Squee. Squee was an offshoot of the comic Johnny the Homicidal Maniac (JtHM.) JtHM is about a maladjusted young man in his late teens / early 20s who goes around killing people. Squee is about Johnny's young neighbor, a little boy who is perpetually terrified of everything around him. While reading these comics, one gets the impression that both Johnny (or Nny for short) and Squee represent different aspects of Jhonen's self image. Nny is th This is a graphic novel compilation of Vasquez's comic Squee. Squee was an offshoot of the comic Johnny the Homicidal Maniac (JtHM.) JtHM is about a maladjusted young man in his late teens / early 20s who goes around killing people. Squee is about Johnny's young neighbor, a little boy who is perpetually terrified of everything around him. While reading these comics, one gets the impression that both Johnny (or Nny for short) and Squee represent different aspects of Jhonen's self image. Nny is the frustrated angsty teen who is sick of having to deal with and put up with everyone harshing his mellow. Squee is a hopeful creative little boy who is confronted with the horrors of life at every turn. His teacher turns his classmate into zombies, there are huge dust mites under his pillows, his family is abducted by space aliens, and the son of Satan is his only friend at school. This graphic novel, not only compiles the entire run of Squee, it also compiles many of Jhonen's "Meanwhiles" short (1-5 page) comic interludes that were originally interspersed with his overarching storylines. These silly little one offs are quite amusing and it was fun to read them. Although, in this book they are compiled all together in the back of the book, and it was more fun when they were interspersed through the comic. These meanwhiles include Filler Bunny, Wobbly Headed Bob, and Happy Noodle Boy. Reading through this book made me acutely aware of something, these comic books were written before the Columbine shooting (and also in turn before 9/11.) These comic books are extremely violent and graphic in their depiction of violence. JtHM is a goth kid who goes around killing everybody who makes fun of him. While rereading this comic, I was surprised at how violent it was. I actually found myself disturbed by some of the pictures in this. At first I thought to myself "dang, your getting old." But the more I reflected on it, the more I thought that this sort of depiction of violence is less common after Columbine and 9/11. That said, I think that Vasquez's comics hold an important historical context. Remember that Columbine was not the only school shooting where bullied goth kids lashed out at their community. There was a whole rash of such shootings in the late 90s. While certainly much of this can be explained as copy cat crimes, I think that there was a certain sort of alienation for different teenagers at that time. This was when I was going to high school, and I have often tried to think about what it was that caused this rash of violence. Many people blame media like Squee and JtHM, as well as Marilyn Manson, NIN, KMFDM and violent video games. I prefer to think that the popularity of that type of media reflects more on the times. However, I can not really say what the underlying cause was. However, I do think that there was a sort of insidious thing going on at the time. I think that teenage rebellion had been coopted and made mainstream, clearly it is a good way to market things to teenagers. Tie a product to an identity and kids will buy it to prove their cred. And along with that, I think that the system saw kids who chose to be "different" such as goth were doing this for attention. It was like the system said, "hey these kids like to be persecuted" it is their image. So the system allowed other kids to pick on and bully them. This doesn't explain everything, but it definitely was an something I noticed in high school. The writing is very good, and Vasquez deserves the credit he gets for these comics. The stories and dialog are clever. And while these comics are heavily goth, Vasquez does an excellent job at poking fun of himself and goth kids in general. Ultimately, this book just bitches about and pokes fun at everybody, but even so, it makes fun of itself for doing that (see the Wobbly Headed Bob Meanwhiles.) The art style in this comic is very stylized, a sort of "cutesy goth." This style has since become known as "twee goth" and has made its way to mainstream acceptance. I think it is safe to say that if Jhonen did pioneer the "twee goth" look, he definitely was instrumental in popularizing it. And while the art in this book isn't the best comic book art I've ever seen, Vasquez is a talented artist. He experiments with different styles and this showcases his skill nicely. I read this book because I am reading graphic novels a few pages at a time to keep myself sane while I bust my butt in grad school. Also, I recently read the Scud anthology and was interested in other comic books I loved back in high school.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Albert

    delightfully delightful in the most delightful way

  10. 4 out of 5

    SE Panoply

    http://bookwayfarer.wordpress.com/201... This one begins with Squee awkwardly praying on his father's behalf. Wanting only that he gets whatever he wishes and offers God all his money in payment, or thanks whichever is cuter. Later that night Shmee goes missing, and when Squee goes to investigate his whereabouts he finds him outside his bedroom where he is met by some scary looking aliens. They don't wish him harm, but once the aliens find out the child's parent's may have been damaged whilst tryi http://bookwayfarer.wordpress.com/201... This one begins with Squee awkwardly praying on his father's behalf. Wanting only that he gets whatever he wishes and offers God all his money in payment, or thanks whichever is cuter. Later that night Shmee goes missing, and when Squee goes to investigate his whereabouts he finds him outside his bedroom where he is met by some scary looking aliens. They don't wish him harm, but once the aliens find out the child's parent's may have been damaged whilst trying to "restrain" them, they start fighting over who should be allowed to do their human experiment on him. Eventually, one group tricks the other into believing a stuffed masked avenger changed form from little Squee and unfortunately isn't even missed when he comes back after what seems to be an extended period of time. I'm so happy to report Squee is given a little evil friend called Pepito! By his mother anyway, otherwise he is known by many names of evil (reminds me of some people I know). I am so much happier with the reading of this comic so far and I'm still fairly near the beginning, it's still dark, but so much more tolerable for the cute little rounded-headed boys struggling with terribly adult scenarios. Shmee has some extremely disturbing nightmares for one so young as well. Once he talks to a dream version of Shmee where we learn that he's been absorbing poor Squee's anxieties and extreme terrors. I definitely agree with the last panel ending for that one, since he does make the simplest of observations that is also quite true: Squee has gotten used to his constant terrors. This may be sad, but now he'll be able to cope with all the crazy nonsense that will what sometimes, seemingly gets worse with age. At least he'll be prepared, or forget, as do many children. Also Vasquez periodically puts little blurbs on the sides of panels to either explain or commiserate on the horrendous scenes that he puts little Squee through. I skimmed over the Wobbly Headed Bob comics. Some are amusing, but I'm in it for Squee. He's just too apple-faced adorable.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Sara

    Irreverent, demented, wicked, hilarious. I'm guessing Jhonen Vasquez and his work get described with these adjectives often. I'm offering them along with no small amount of admiration. The dark things that already nestle in my own mind had very good company while reading this. In fact, I think they multiplied.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Daniel

    I have to admit that Squee is not nearly as good as Johnny the Homicidal maniac, but this is never the less an edition worth having for all Vasquez's fans, especially for it's brilliant inclusion of all Meanwhiles, Wobbly-headed-Bob stories, and side comics spawned from Jhonen's mostly brilliant (sometimes just gooey) mind.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Zombaby Cera

    These comics gave me weird dreams and eye-stigmata. Highly entertaining!

  14. 4 out of 5

    Chloe Simpson-White

    DO NOT DENY ME THE FRESH MAKER

  15. 4 out of 5

    Stacy Fetters

    And all I have to say is.... " Oh my god! Someone put shit in my pants!!!!!!"

  16. 5 out of 5

    Elizabeth Tabler

    Originally posted on beforewegoblog.com My God! My brain my brain. My poor abused brain. I feel like I should have a few hours of cat pictures after reading this book. I don't think this is my brand of humor which I normally go for. Mine is more along the line of, "Blacks Books,"  This is more Ren and Stimpy? I am having a problem finding something to compare this book too. Very dark satire. It also might be that I need to be in a proper frame of mind to read this, and I wasn't. It was terrible a Originally posted on beforewegoblog.com My God! My brain my brain. My poor abused brain. I feel like I should have a few hours of cat pictures after reading this book. I don't think this is my brand of humor which I normally go for. Mine is more along the line of, "Blacks Books,"  This is more Ren and Stimpy? I am having a problem finding something to compare this book too. Very dark satire. It also might be that I need to be in a proper frame of mind to read this, and I wasn't. It was terrible and abusive and I kept thinking, "that poor kid needs a hug that is not going to turn into molestation or aliens sticking something up his butt." I feel like such a mom. le sigh. It is horrific, but not in a horror movie sort of way. More like, "I can't believe I am reading this. That poor kid. No wonder he neurotic. I would be neurotic too if I had aliens chasing me to do anal probes and giant dust mites waking me up in my sleep." All the while nightmares The creature known by many names. Son of Satan or El Diablo. Pepito. that do unspeakable things to my brain. Seriously the dust mites are nightmare fuel. We are just skin husks that provide them with food. Without them, we would be swimming in our own dead skin cells. It is really funny if you can get past the horrible abusive parents and all the terrible shit that he has to go through. Before I get hate mail, I get it. I get it. It is satire and very dark humor. I can absolutely appreciate something for what it is; and that it is a stellar example of that type of graphic novel while at the same time not wanting to come near this again with a ten-foot pole. For me the highlight of this book was Pepito. I could get a print of the strip of Pepito being introduced to his class and melting the other kids in the class with his mind when they were jerks. Kinda cathartic I think. I too have wanted to melt classmates in middle school and elementary. "Stand back amigo, this is a job for the ANTICHRIST!" to Squee before bringing doom upon his bullying classmates This does bring up Johnny The Homicidal Maniac that is, as far as I can see, the same brand of humor. Still, it looks really funny. I might give it a go, just because of quotes like this. Johnny "Is this milk still good?!!" The victim "Huh?! *sip* Uh...yeah." Johnny "THIS LETTUCE! HOW CRISP IS IT? HOW CRISP GODDAMMIT?! The victim "It's Fine!" Johnny "THESE FUDGE-POPS! FREEZER BURN?! FREEZER BURN?!" The Victim "umm.." Johnny "EAT THE FUCKIN' WEENIE!!!" The Victim "mmph... It tastes okay." Johnny "Whew! Thanks. I haven't cleaned my fridge out in awhile, and well... You know.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Tracy

    Squee’s Wondeful Big Book of Unspeakable Horrors written and illustrated by Jhonen Vasquez is a truly wonderful and terrible graphic novel in which Squee’s parents make no effort to hide their disinterest in him, his teddy bear Shmee lives to absorb negative energy, aliens debate the worth of even abducting the main character for lack of interest, and the main character’s only self-appointed school friend, Pepito, turns out to be the son of Satan. The illustrations are intricate and the miniscul Squee’s Wondeful Big Book of Unspeakable Horrors written and illustrated by Jhonen Vasquez is a truly wonderful and terrible graphic novel in which Squee’s parents make no effort to hide their disinterest in him, his teddy bear Shmee lives to absorb negative energy, aliens debate the worth of even abducting the main character for lack of interest, and the main character’s only self-appointed school friend, Pepito, turns out to be the son of Satan. The illustrations are intricate and the miniscule side notes in various panels are wholly hilarious. Not for the feint of heart or for those who disdain dark and twisty humor, this is a graphic novel for those who dare adventure into the world of demented delights.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Ty Arthur

    My wife and son got me this for my birthday since they knew I loved JTHM as a teen and didn't have the Squee spin off book in my collection yet. Have to say it's a pretty big let down. Its all the disturbing nonsense of JTHM with none of the charm or purpose. While Johnny had a continuing story and it seemed like there was some sort of actual point being made occasionally for the reader to think about, this is just half random awful things happening to Squee, and then half even more random strip My wife and son got me this for my birthday since they knew I loved JTHM as a teen and didn't have the Squee spin off book in my collection yet. Have to say it's a pretty big let down. Its all the disturbing nonsense of JTHM with none of the charm or purpose. While Johnny had a continuing story and it seemed like there was some sort of actual point being made occasionally for the reader to think about, this is just half random awful things happening to Squee, and then half even more random strips that don't really have anything to do with Squee at all. It's occasionally funny, but mostly not. Jhonen completionists will dig the art, but otherwise can firmly skip this one.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Aj Webb

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. I can relate to Squee as I too am a scared little child with no control over their life being pulled around by cruel fate. This comic has that beautifully dark humor that I love. Jhonen has such a unique art style that supports the humor so well. I absolutely adore they comic format going on in Jhonen's books. Squee is basically just a magnet for the unusual and disturbing and he kinda just takes it like a champ. With that being said I wonder how long it takes the universe to pick Squee out of tha I can relate to Squee as I too am a scared little child with no control over their life being pulled around by cruel fate. This comic has that beautifully dark humor that I love. Jhonen has such a unique art style that supports the humor so well. I absolutely adore they comic format going on in Jhonen's books. Squee is basically just a magnet for the unusual and disturbing and he kinda just takes it like a champ. With that being said I wonder how long it takes the universe to pick Squee out of that Asylum and drag him through more bullshit. Anyway I'm not a critic and I can't write reviews for shit.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Jacob A. Mirallegro

    I was kind of surprised how much I enjoyed this. I mean I liked Johnny the Homicidal Maniac but I was still kind of cautious about this. I probably liked them about the same, JTHM had better art I think but this was more consistently funny. Half of the book is a bunch of different comic strips and short stories though which weren't as good but some were still really funny, Meanwhile in particular. JTHM had more of a continuing storyline which I thought was cool, but the fun episodic nature of Sq I was kind of surprised how much I enjoyed this. I mean I liked Johnny the Homicidal Maniac but I was still kind of cautious about this. I probably liked them about the same, JTHM had better art I think but this was more consistently funny. Half of the book is a bunch of different comic strips and short stories though which weren't as good but some were still really funny, Meanwhile in particular. JTHM had more of a continuing storyline which I thought was cool, but the fun episodic nature of Squee and Meanwhile were just more entertaining for me idk.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Carolina Gonzalez

    Este me lo presto una amiga a raíz de una conversación acerca de Invasor Zim. Y si, si te gusta invasor Zim te gustará esta lectura, tiene muy buenas puntadas, admito que me saco carcajadas... este maldito cinico, enfermo de Jhonen Vásquez... Solo demerita bastante el comic la elección tipográfica... para el prologo UGH! martirio total, y para los interiores tmb te la pelas pa leerle, gran tachita ahí, pero probablemente lo hizo adrede ese vato jajaja

  22. 4 out of 5

    Pixie

    I actually started reading this last year after buying it in a second hand book shop. Initially i enjoyed the gallows humor, and the comics arent bad, theyre just not for me. I guess im just not edgy enough! (also sometimes the text was really crammed together and hard to read, which seemed intentional, but that also brings down my rating.) one of the last comics had vomit-based humor so i, a person with emetophobia, am not feeling too good right now lol.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Shel Gillen

    If JTHM is great, then 'Squee's Wonderful Book of Unspeakable Horrors' is a masterpiece. I was laughing out loud throughout (Wobbly Headed Bob especially had me in stitches), and the artwork is masterful. Like JTHM, the humor is very dark. Some characters overlap, and others are new. I liked it so much that upon reaching the end, I immediately went back and reread some parts.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Dan

    A little hit or miss, but there's nothing like JV's humor. I think that if all of the Johnny and Squee stories were all mixed together with the other Meanwhiles and WHB and such that I would like it more. Just mainlining one character at a time that isn't Johnny gets a little old at times. Definitely don't think I could ever read this whole thing in one sitting.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Tyler Kroon

    Mash up Invader Zim and Calvin & Hobbes, add a hefty dose of drugs and gobs of cartoon body horror, and you’d have an approximation of Squee. Full on insanity, and as impossible to look away from as a car crash, be prepared to walk away from this comic wondering “What the fuck did I just read?” Tw: cartoon body horror/blood/gore, self harm, suicide, child abuse Mash up Invader Zim and Calvin & Hobbes, add a hefty dose of drugs and gobs of cartoon body horror, and you’d have an approximation of Squee. Full on insanity, and as impossible to look away from as a car crash, be prepared to walk away from this comic wondering “What the fuck did I just read?” Tw: cartoon body horror/blood/gore, self harm, suicide, child abuse

  26. 4 out of 5

    Tracey

    A "fun" read between novels. A dark, dark comic in terms of content, but the art work is amazing and I could stare at it for days. So much take in. I enjoyed the Squee! content quite a bit, but the Meanwhile stuff was not as interesting or enjoyable.

  27. 5 out of 5

    S. H.

    It had its moments, but I prefer Invader Zim.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Levaria

    I definitely enjoyed this book more than JTHM. the dark humor is fantastic. I can't say that I would reread it in its entirety but there a few strips that I would gladly revisit.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Angie

    Poor little Squee.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Marius

  31. 5 out of 5

    Kristen

  32. 4 out of 5

    Morgan

  33. 5 out of 5

    Dave

  34. 5 out of 5

    jessie

  35. 5 out of 5

    Tara

  36. 5 out of 5

    C.

  37. 5 out of 5

    Brandon

  38. 4 out of 5

    jennifer medina

  39. 4 out of 5

    ihtsham

  40. 4 out of 5

    Danny

  41. 4 out of 5

    Josh

  42. 4 out of 5

    Marissa

  43. 4 out of 5

    Xio

    boys again

  44. 5 out of 5

    nikki

  45. 4 out of 5

    karen

  46. 5 out of 5

    Greg

  47. 5 out of 5

    Denise

  48. 4 out of 5

    Kati Giblin

  49. 4 out of 5

    Rachel

  50. 5 out of 5

    Shannon

    Possibly even better than JTHM, though it's hard to say. Squee is adorable. The second like.. half of the book, are just random comics that are unrelated to squee. So if you don't like him (which I can't imagine why) you'd still like it.

  51. 5 out of 5

    Dann

  52. 4 out of 5

    Mer

  53. 5 out of 5

    Laura Pee

  54. 5 out of 5

    Darrin

  55. 4 out of 5

    james

  56. 5 out of 5

    John

  57. 4 out of 5

    Alex

  58. 5 out of 5

    benson

  59. 5 out of 5

    Lindsay Herron

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