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About the Author: Chris Donald

Chris Donald is the founder of, and one of the principal contributors to, the British comic magazine Viz He attended West Jesmond Primary School, and then Heaton Comprehensive School, where he did not complete his A levels, and in 1978 he began work as a clerical officer at the DHSS central office in Longbenton, Newcastle.Chris, together with his brother Simon and a schoolfriend Jim Brownlow, set



10 thoughts on “VIZ Comic - The Dogs Bollocks (Best of Issues 26 to 31)

  1. says:

    Rude, offensive and funny Just delightful.


  2. says:

    Viz appears to be the British equivalent of Mad Magazine, but dirtier I would have give this compilation two stars, but I figured that I would have enjoyed it 20 years ago when it was printed and if I were British Still, it had some very funny bits, and, of course, a few misses In some ways the cartoons reminded me of some of the American underground comics of the late 60s and early 70s, in a good way.


  3. says:

    The obligatory mix of schoolboy humour, scatology, and rude words with some very clever satire of the popular media thrown in.


  4. says:

    Absolutely essential, though inevitably dated.


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