Peanutbutter & Jeremy

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December 2003

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This is Peanutbutter & Jeremy's Best Book Ever! Peanutbutter is a cute little kitty who thinks she works in an office. She wears her little hat and tie and often falls asleep on the reams of paper overflowing her inbox. Jeremy is the crafty crow who lives in the tree outside of Peanutbutter’s window. Jeremy tries to trick Peanutbutter again and again to steal her hat. Somehow Peanutbutter and Jeremy build a friendship together. The premise could hardly be simpler, but in James Kochalka’s hands it is pure magic! This book will delight everyone from wide-eyed children to jaded hipsters! On the surface the story is silly and fun for kids, but for adults it is a clever critique of modern society! It’s not called their “Best Book Ever” for nothing!

This newly re-mastered digital edition features over 20 pages of bonus material not collected in the printed book, including guest comics by Jeff Smith (
Bone), Brian Ralph (Cave-In), Jason (Lost Cat), and Jeffrey Brown (Darth Vader and Son).

“The stories have a fable-like structure but deal with elements of modern life. At times, the cat seems to be acting like a typical wage slave, then she’s completely cat-like. The contrast makes for giggles. Jeremy, on the other hand, is only out for himself, calling Peanutbutter names and stealing from her. Kochalka’s simple cat shape captures the grace and flexible motion of the animal, and the primitive art style makes for very easy reading.” –
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“I love … his use of combining his art and pictures … some of the most imaginable storytelling I’ve seen in a while.”

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“… Possibly my favourite cat of the moment.”

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•Comic and graphic novel publisher

“James Kochalka is, without question, one of the most unique and prolific alternative cartoonists working in America today.”