Outbursts of Everett True
by AD Condo & JW Raper
introduction by Trevor Blake
6×9, 280 pages, $16.95
HERE IS A MAN WHO WOULD NOT TAKE IT.
We have forgotten about Everett True, a man who attended with prejudice to those most deserving—the daily pests. Sure, superheroes may have stopped crimes and Popeye may have known his share of dust-ups. But what about the million annoying twerps who don’t break the law, but instead stomp on the social contract? When do they get theirs?
Everett True wished to live a simple life. He wished to go about his day without being unnecessarily bothered. From loud-mouths in the theater to the overly pushy salesman, from the incessantly bothersome co-worker to the sidewalk hoggers, there’s always some do-gooder who needs done in. You and I might take it on the chin, but Everett gives it on the noggin with interest.
Away with pity for the braggart, the inconsiderate, the assuming, the imposing, the blowhards, those cruel to animals and all the other pushy clods who would turn a perfectly pleasant day into a trial.
Here are the best and brassiest Outbursts of Everett True. Many are reprinted for the first time since they were created by A. D. Condo and J. W. Raper, beginning in 1905. Outbursts of Everett True also packs the one-two punch of rare bibliographical information about the creators. Let Trevor Blake reintroduce our hero to a world ever more crowded with louts.
Here is a man who stood up.
But wait, there’s more!
There are two limited editions for the Friends of Everett True. A hardback (limited to 13 copies, only 9 of which are available for sale to the public) and 33 copies of a paperback limited edition. These are available exclusively through our website. International customers contact us for shipping cost.