The best-selling cartoonist offers further examples of his curious cosmology, where animals have a secret everyday life unbeknownst to humans and everything is seen from a rather bizarre perspective.
A two-volume collection features every Far Side cartoon ever syndicated, more than four thousand in all, presented in chronological order by year of publication, including more than 1,100 that have never appeared in book form.
A Far Side look at the process of evolution journeys back in time to an offbeat prehistoric world to follow the evolutionary trail of human and animal species from gene pool to finished product
The off-the-wall cartoonist recounts his early efforts and his cartooning outtakes, offering insights into the creative process, letters from readers, and never-before published cartoons
A compilation of "Far side cartoons", once again featuring cows, chickens, pterodactyls and nerds. Other work by the author includes "The chickens are restless", "Unnatural selections", "Cows of our planet" and "Bride of the far side".
Yet again, the author puts his odd sense of humour in gear with all manner of humans and animals - and some strange mixtures - being subject to death and mayhem at his hands. "The Far Side" cartoons feature in many newspapers including the "Evening Standard" and the "Sunday Express".
A family of worms are having dinner and Son Worm is unhappy - he's found a hair in his plate of dirt. Bemoaning his fate as a worm, he complains of being bottom of the food chain until his father, upset by his outburst, decides to tell him the story of a fair human maiden called Harriet.
"Gary Larson's wild cartoons have taken America by storm - zany, crazy, bizarre and hysterically funny, they're syndicated in over fifty newspapers and his books are instant bestsellers. Try them . . . But not in public."