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Hate (2001) Annual comic books

  • Issue #1
    Hate (2001) Annual 1

    Stories, Art and Cover by Peter Bagge. All of the best of Peter Bagge from the year 2000 all in one place! First off, there's a Buddy and Lisa yarn (yay!), picking right up from Hate (1990 1st Printing) #30. Then, there's an 8-page story featuring the new Bagge character, "Lovey." Add in a whole slew of "comics journalism" pieces (watch out, Joe Sacco!) done for Suck.com (R.I.P.) and presented in print here for the very first time -- on such subjects as the Infomercial Oscars, hopeless presidential hopeful Alan Keyes, and the Seattle Experience Music Project, all skewered with Bagge's trademark wit -- plus such odds and ends as a 3-page "Matrix" story, and you've got over 40 pages of never-before-printed full-color Bagge for a great price! 48 pages, full color. Mature Readers. Cover price $3.95.

  • Issue #2
    Hate (2001) Annual 2

    Stories, Art and Cover by Peter Bagge. Yay! Another Pete Bagge bonanza -- presented to you in color, no less! The creator of the seminal alternative comic Hate continues with a glorious bounty of shorts, stories and essays that will make you laugh and possibly cry (I said possibly). In this second annual collection: A 10-page all-new Lovey story (this time she has sex with a Cripple); another great all-new Buddy Bradley story in which he has to explain to his nephew the sad truth that the famous baseball player Alex Rodriguez has never been to the Moon; Pete's Miss America (featuring Donny Osmond!) and Indy 500 (featuring Florence Henderson!) pieces originally created for Suck.com; plus an original illustrated essay in defense of the Beach Boys' Mike Love. 48 pages, full color. Mature Readers. Cover price $4.95.

  • Issue #3
    Hate (2001) Annual 3

    Stories, Art and Cover by Peter Bagge. The Boring, Mundane, Middle-Aged, Middle-Class issue! Another highly anticipated edition of the Hate Annual comes swinging into town. This time around: As always, a Buddy Bradley adventure -- this one dealing with Lisa's new-found obsession with crafting and decorating (a.k.a. "The New Sex"), and Buddy's desperate attempts to appease her Martha Stewart-like aspirations. Also featured: A satire of the daily strip Dilbert called "Dildobert," in which the popular cubicle dweller is compelled to join a terrorist organization; an appreciation of the best songs currently being played on Radio Disney's impossibly short and rarely updated Playlist; a 20-page saga of the trials and tribulations of that hopelessly self-analytical suburban couple, Chet and Bunny Leeway, and much more! 48 pages, full color. Mature Readers. Cover price $4.95.

  • Issue #4
    Hate (2001) Annual 4

    Stories, Art and Cover by Peter Bagge. Buddy gets fed up with the ups and down of being an entrepreneur and decides to opt for the security of a corporate job: driving a delivery truck! Also, Bagge's reporting from both the 2000 Democratic and "Reform" party's respective conventions. Also, an embarrassingly honest appreciation of contemporary teen pop music, as well as a back-up story featuring Lovey. 48 pages, full color. Mature Readers. Cover price $4.95.

  • Issue #5
    Hate (2001) Annual 5

    Stories, Art and Cover by Peter Bagge. This Hate Annual features, as always, the latest installment in the life of Buddy Bradley, only this time he goes through a whole new set of drastic lifestyle changes -- as well as a brand new (albeit accidental) makeover! It's an extra-long, 14-page full-color episode titled "Fuddy Duddy Buddy!" The issue also features a new (also full-color) "Lovey" story, the first-ever compilation of Bagge's continuing "Bat Boy" serial from the Weekly World News, and one of Bagge's typically astringent illustrated essays, this one on the gentrification of taverns. 48 pages, full color. Mature Readers. Cover price $4.95.

  • Issue #6
    Hate (2001) Annual 6

    Stories, Art and Cover by Peter Bagge. A certain event from Buddy's past comes back to haunt him, and forces him to take drastic action to keep things from spiraling out of control! Also in this issue, killer features on Alice Cooper and Football Wives! And in the ongoing "Bat Boy" comics serial, President Bat Boy evolves into a tyrant (much to the delight of his all star pop diva cabinet)! Mature Readers. Cover price $4.95.

  • Issue #7
    Hate (2001) Annual 7

    Stories, Art and Cover by Peter Bagge. The latest installment in the increasingly eccentric life of Buddy "The Crazy Guy Who Works at the Dump" Bradley involves a war over scrap metal, of all things. Plus, Buddy's old pal and business partner Jay takes over the auto junk yard next door to Buddy's place in an attempt to capitalize on the rising value of used steel. Watch what happens when these former collector geeks butt heads over a filthy, noisy, heavy yet priceless commodity! Also in this issue is the final chapter (which works as a stand-alone story) of Bagge's "Bat Boy" run in the Weekly World News, and Lovey once again gets involved with a Man of Mystery whose "mystery" is of questionable taste! And as always, there are other odds and ends that round out this one-man anthology. Mature Readers. Cover price $4.95.

  • Issue #8
    Hate (2001) Annual 8

    Stories, Art and Cover by Peter Bagge. This Hate Annual features a whopping new 20-page Buddy Bradley story where Lisa (everyone's favorite psycho!) makes her first foray into show biz and gets way more than she bargained for! This issue also features five biographies of scientists you've never heard of! Other than maybe Walter Reed, who's well known only for that hell of a hospital named after him, and not for the handy yet forgotten fact that he discovered how malaria is spread. All that and many other odds and ends from hither and tither. Can you feel the Hate?! 32 pages, PC/PB&W. Mature Readers. Cover price $4.95.

  • Issue #9
    Hate (2001) Annual 9

    Story, Art and Cover by Peter Bagge. In the first full-length Buddy story in ten years (and it's a doozy), a family crisis forces Lisa to reunite with her Seattle-based parents, so she brings Buddy and their young son Harold along with her...and Buddy quickly learns why she's been avoiding them for 20-odd years! 28 pages, full color. Mature Readers. Cover price $4.95.