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Peter Bagge is a Harvey Award-winning cartoonist. He remains one of the comics' industry's great crossover successes of the past decade, having sold more comics than any underground cartoonist through the 1990s to the present. After editing R. Crumb's Weirdo magazine in the mid-1980s and then creating the Bradley family within the pages of his first comic book series, Neat Stuff, Bagge decided to take the Bradley's teenage son, Buddy, and move him to Seattle to star in a new series called Hate. The rest is comic book history.
"Mixes the Ramones, Stranger Than Paradise, and the Three Stooges." Sheer genius. Devastatingly accurate. I can count on one hand the number of comic artists whose work is as strong... maybe on two or three fingers... It's a laff riot, what can I tell ya? --R. Crumb" Devastatingly accurate. " Sheer genius. " Mixes the Ramones, Stranger Than Paradise, and the Three Stooges. --Entertainment Weekly" First published when Seattle was exploding in popularity due to the rise of Nirvana, Pearl Jam, and various grunge bands, Hate offered a decidedly un-romanticized take on a particular time and place.... As a work of cultural commentary it's brash and invigorating, and remains so years later. --Phil Guie" American satirical cartooning at its most inventively hilarious. Peter Bagge is the funniest cartoonist in existence. Part of the secret of his humor comes from our shock at seeing people act the way people really do, rather than this whitewashed portrayal of so-called average people that we see in modern television and movies. The situations Peter creates for his characters are gripping, hilarious and bitingly honest. His drawing style is completely original and would be funny on its own, even without his great stories. This kind of perfect blend of art and humor is what we are all striving for.--John Kricfalusi, creator of Ren and Stimpy