Are You Gonna Eat That?: The Essential Collection of They Can Talk Comics (Hardcover)
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Do you know what your dog, cat, and neighborhood squirrels are saying behind your back? The truth comes out in this fully updated collection of comics from the viral hit THEY CAN TALK.
Jimmy Craig, humor writer and artist behind the popular webcomic series "They Can Talk," offers more than 100+ hilarious animal comics in this comprehensive collection imagining what it would be like if we had VIP access to the lives of our animal friends.
These colorful illustrated comics include the inner thoughts of creatures from across the animal kingdom—from misunderstood sharks and trouble-making bears to the often complicated relationship between you and your pet cat. Get dating advice from raccoons, some life perspective from dogs, and learn why cats are always knocking things off of shelves.
Updated to include brand new comics, fan favorites, redrawn classics, Are You Gonna Eat That? is the perfect quirky gift for any lover of animals, or for anyone who just loves to laugh.
About the Author
Jimmy Craig is the creator of “They Can Talk”–the comic series about animals that's attracted the attention of millions. He lives in the Boston-area with his wife and two kids and currently works as a Story Artist for Illumination Entertainment. You can find Jimmy's comics on Facebook and Instagram.
"They Can Talk" is already instantly recognizable for its clever drawings and unexpected punchlines, and now the series finally gets its due in this hilarious and delightful collection.
— Sarah Andersen
Forget David Attenborough. Jimmy Craig is the master tour guide of the animal world.
— Nicholas Gurewitch
"They Can Talk" has a hilarious dry wit that I absolutely love and an art style that’s as gorgeous as it is minimalist. As a fellow cartoonist, I find Jimmy Craig’s ability to be simultaneously dark and playfully silly very upsetting to my fragile ego.
— Brian Gordon