There are plenty of items in our Bigfoot clothing store that you can wear proudly and show other people your fascination with Bigfoot. We have hats, hoodies, shirts, socks and even slippers. Whether for your kids who are fans or for your adult buddies, these are a must get for all Bigfoot lovers.
The Red Monkey Double Happiness Book is Joe Daly's sensational follow up to his debut short story collection Scrublands (a nominee for the 2007 Eisner Award for Best Graphic Album). The Red Monkey Double Happiness Book is about the monkey-footed Dave and his freeloading friend Paul. Together they smoke weed, solve mysteries, engage in action, adventure, conspiracy theories and ask the big questions about life. In this full-color graphic novel, Daly expertly cartoons the Cape Town milieu, the wetlands that surround it, and the ethnically diverse oddballs who occupy it. The South African cartoonist brings a refreshingly original - and utterly hilarious - voice to the comics medium, a dry, deadpan wit anchored in everyday reality combined with outrageously deranged plots, rendered in a style that somehow successfully merges detailed representational drawing with bigfoot cartooning. The Red Monkey Double Happiness Book, which is sometimes noirish, often funny and always politically incorrect, is well-suited to older teens and adults.
Poetry. "Escape artists of many stripes populate these pages: reflective oddballs, the curious, the strangely gifted, the vulnerable. We witness ineffable, transformative moments in the lives of airborne saints or Houdini. Or we're transported to the Bigfoot Car Wash, or to an orgy of dead poets. Manwaring's delightfully inventive poems bring to mind Steven Millhauser's fiction and the work of magician Ricky Jay in their love of marvels and illusions, rendered with sly intelligence. Teetering between pathos and brightness, these poems simultaneously deconstruct and enact enchantment." Amy Gerstler"
On a camping trip, Scooby-Doo and the Mystery Inc. gang encounter Bigfoot! Will the gang pack up or stay to investigate? Should they follow Bigfoot's trail or wait for help? Does Scooby get to chow down or go hungry? In this interactive story, YOU CHOOSE the path the gang should take. With your help, they'll solve this camp-out caper.
Is it weird that the Wolverine State may never have had any wolverines in it? We think so, and that suits us fine. The weirder the better, we say, and Michigan falls perfectly into that category. Oh, sure, big-time heroes like Charles Lindbergh and Madonna hail from here, and so does President Gerald Ford, but do they compare to superhero Captain Jackson, who strolls around town in a purple cape doing good deeds? Well, yes, maybe they do, but the captain, in our opinion, is more representative of our fine state. Because, let's face it, Michigan has a great big quantity of . . . weirdness. That's how we were able to entice best-selling author Linda Godfrey to swim over from Wisconsin, grab a notebook, and track down all kinds of serious weirdness for you, Motown flowing through her headphones the whole time. Just turn the pages and see what she found. Read about the guru of toilet paper, the Devil's Soup Bowl, a bottle house and a bottle tower, our own Bigfoot, a pickle barrel house, the world's fastest cow, a fire breather and an eyeball smoker, the Outhouse Classic, UFOs of every size and shape, crop circles, and brown goo. Just don't, no matter how tired you are, even think about sitting in the Witch's Chair. It's a great state. Especially since we have lots of lake monsters and all our residents live no more than six miles from an inland lake--at least that's what our state's official Web site says. But Linda will take you way beyond what the governor's office will tell you--to say nothing of what your history teacher left out of the lesson plans. We think you'll agree that Weird Michigan , a brand-new entry in the best-selling Weird U.S. series, is a trip no self-respecting Michigander (or Michiganian, if you prefer--and that's pretty odd, don't you think?) would ever want to miss.