One of today's most popular syndicated strips, FoxTrot now appears in more than 1,000 daily and Sunday newspapers. Whether working through the daily disorders of home, school, or office, the Fox family manages to put its special spin on the rigors of the world. Setting the comic tone are mom Andy, whose heroic efforts to make tofu into the fifth food group are legend, andOne of today's most popular syndicated strips, FoxTrot now appears in more than 1,000 daily and Sunday newspapers. Whether working through the daily disorders of home, school, or office, the Fox family manages to put its special spin on the rigors of the world. Setting the comic tone are mom Andy, whose heroic efforts to make tofu into the fifth food group are legend, and dad Roger, who is a human hazard on the golf course and a threat to the workings of all technologically driven devices. Filling out the cast are the younger Foxes: the eldest and football star wanna-be Peter, shopping guru Paige, and last-but never least-Jason, the family brain trust and his trusty iguana friend, Quincy. Each sports his or her own eccentricities, from Jason's Internet stock, Jasonzonbayhoo dot com, to Peter's teeth-chattering coffee addiction to Paige's harrowing adventures in baby-sitting.This is the twentieth FoxTrot book....
|Title||:||Think Ifruity: A Foxtrot Collection|
|Number of Pages||:||128 Pages|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
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Think Ifruity: A Foxtrot Collection Reviews
A fun collection of comics; my only complaint is that there wasn't enough about the iFruit. As a longtime Apple fan and a previous owner of a Grape iMac, I had hoped there would be more about the brightly colored computer.
FoxTrot dailies black and white collection from 1999. Includes Jason geeking out about Star Wars Episode I's release, Dad quits his job, and as the cover hints at, the family getting a new Mac.Funny but not quite as funny as some of the later years.
Foxtrot is a great Sunday comic series, and I enjoy picking these up when I need a little pick me up. Sometimes though the selfishness of the characters really gets to me. It's a silly thing, like Peter eating all the food, or Paige using one of her mother's favorite books to squash a bug because she didn't want to ruin her latest cosmo. At first these things didn't bother me but since I read these all the time over and over it makes me upset. Totally silly but that's the only reason this doesn't get higher stars on my list. Otherwise the artwork and stories are great, lots of fun.
One of Amend's strongest comic strip collections, this gem includes Roger deciding to quit his job to stay home with his (rightly horrified) family, and make money day-trading. Andy falls in love with colorful little computers, much to geek Jason's disgust. And Jason dreams that he's Scrooge in an update of A Christmas Carol.
There's no other way of saying it except that FoxTrot is made of awesome. Amen!
A nice break. A book from my childhood that I owned.
FOXTROT! Foxtrot ALWAYS gets 4 or more stars!!! YAY!
Initial thoughts after reading (found in a notebook): This book was hysterical.