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review The Most Dangerous Game Ñ eBook or Kindle ePUB Ö Saturday Morning Breakfast Cereal SMBC is at heart a geek comic but it nevertheless addresses a broad range of topics such as love relationships economics politics religion science and philosophy It is one of the fastest growing comics online having sextupled in readershipBlues News Joysti The Washington Post Freakonomics and Breadpig donates its profits to Khan Academy a not for profit organization with the goal of changing education for the better by providing a free world class education to anyone anywhe. A fun collection of comics that is a very uick read If you enjoy the website you will like this too As any comic there a some duds but a lot of great ones make up for it

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Ine having sextupled in readership since 2008 SMBC appeals to many different groups as evidenced by the fact it has been featured on a variety of important websites and blogs including The Economist Glamour BoingBoing Bad Astronomy Blastr. Books like this are hard to review because they're so varied The humor from one strip vs another and all that That said i do enjoy most smbc comics so it was pretty good

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The Most Dangerous GameSaturday Morning Breakfast Cereal SMBC is at heart a geek comic but it nevertheless addresses a broad range of topics such as love relationships economics politics religion science and philosophy It is one of the fastest growing comics onl. This is the second collection of web comics which became fairly well known Each strip is standalone with topics ranging from relationships to politics to astronomy Not all of the comics are of the same uality some of them are funny and some just raise interesting uestions while others somewhat incomprehensible Unlike the first collection Save Yourself Mammal A Saturday Morning Breakfast Cereal Collection where the majority of comics consisted of a single frame the most part of these consist of at least 5 or ones They also deal with philosophical issues and while all are interesting not all of them are funny and I found several to be outright depressing I do not regret purchasing of the book and reading it but I am not sure whether I ever reread it again 3 stars