Complete video at: http://fora.tv/2008/12/05/Dan_Piraro_Bizarro_Buccaneers Nationally syndicated "Bizarro" cartoonist Dan Piraro gives his take on traditional pirate fashion, and wonders at how pirates -- "like, the worst human beings on Earth" -- have become so prevalent in American popular culture. ----- "Bizarro Buccaneers: Nuttin' But Pirate Cartoons" is just that? a collection for both wannabe plunderers and plankwalkers! Brilliant and in full color, as well as a perfect stocking stuffer (hint-hint), its captain is one Bizarro, a cartoonist whose work we've spied in that local broadsheet, the San Francisco Chronicle. Don't miss this special event, in which Bizarro will screen lantern slides, deliver a rogue-ish speech, and sign his name on the spot. . . . Sail ho me squiffy men! - Booksmith Dan Piraro was born in Kansas City, grew up in Tulsa, and lived in Dallas for many years. He is a recipient of a Reuben Award for Best Single-Panel Cartoonist and his comic strip, Bizarro, received multiple-year designations as Best Single-Panel Cartoon by the National Cartoonists Society.
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