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Saturday Morning Breakfast Cereal (SMBC) is a webcomic by Zach Weinersmith.

Funny things you should never do/say in a relationship or to your children. (And it involves cat poop.)So what, you ask, makes this thin book of online comics worth buying?

I have the newest Paperwhite, and some comics don't display in full, and some don't display the text below.

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The comic was character-based in a previous incarnation, focusing on the romantic and academic endeavors of several college students.The comics don't work without the text below :( the Kindle edition desperately needs work. From a dry intellectual perspective, there is an enormous amount of honesty and respect along with mockery and jokes.From an enjoyment perspective, there is plenty of sex, science, & geek humor; also some fantastic ideas for marriage proposals and amusements for when one is old....Recurring themes in SMBC include atheism, God, superheroes, romance, dating, science, research, parenting and the meaning of life. For a taste, visit: Saturday Morning Breakfast Cereal (SMBC) is a webcomic by Zach Weinersmith.It features no recurring characters or storylines, and has no set format; some strips may be a single panel, while others may go on for ten panels or more. Your account will only be charged when we ship the item. He enjoys reading about math, logic, science, history, fiction, and philosophy. I've rectified the one thing I didn't like about the book -- the fact that my favorite comic panel ever was featured on the cover without its caption. The best way I can think to describe it is that it's like Generation Y's twisted answer to "The Far Side." And this collection has all you can ask for: Dinosaurs. For Zach Weiner, I will gladly spend tens of dollars as if they were mere fives of dollars. The artist/writer is knowledgeable and hilarious, and the book is no exception.