The Overrated Book: The Only Book You'll Ever Need

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CHUNKLET MAGAZINE - the attackers of the high-wall fortress known as pop culture - tears all precious articles of faith to shreds in THE OVERRATED BOOK!

The Overrated Book

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This is finally it! CHUNKLET MAGAZINE? A book? It almost makes its so-called 'writing' seem credible, authentic, or even possibly readable. Never mind how overpriced this thing is. It's time for the coffee shop types across the globe to laugh, and the only good that could come from that is if they spilled their double soy chai latte in their laps, burning their genitals into charred smoldering remains.

Take THE OVERRATED BOOK into your home. Cook it dinner. Tell it all your dirty secrets. Let it pick programs for your TiVo. Massage its feet - corns, bunions and all. Give it the code to your alarm system. Set it up on a date with your hot sister. All bets are off now.

THE OVERRATED BOOK is an enemy that sleeps with itself, so let this book be forever overrated for doing this. A lot of people may like this book, but then again, a lot of dimwits still love THE DA VINCI CODE and its loathsome sequel, THE DA VINCI CODE DECODED.

- The Most Overrated Records In Rock
- Overrated Indie/Underground/Art Filmmakers
- Most Overrated Cities To Play In America
- Most Overrated Actors
- Most Overrated Album Art
- Most Overrated Metal Albums Ever
- Most Overrated Rock Guitarists
- Most Overrated Drummers
... and much, much more!

Includes contributions from:
- Patton Oswalt
- Ted Rall
- Bob Odenkirk
- Curt Wells
- Neal Pollack
- David Cross
- Brian Posehn
... and, of course, the CHUNKLET EDITORS!

Additional Information

Author Henry H. Owings/Chunklet
Publisher Last Gasp
Page Count 204pp
Publication Size 8.5 x 11.25
Publication Notes softcover, b/w
Publication Date May 1, 2006
ISBN 978-0867196573

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