Since its debut in 1985, Dan Piraro’s one-panel comic Bizarro has appeared in over 360 newspapers and magazines. Piraro, a traditional cartoonist, has transitioned to internet comics, an entirely new field where the competition is fierce and most creators struggle to support themselves via their work. Cartoonist Piraro is quite active and tries to create a new comic strip every day of the year. He wants you to laugh and think at the same time as he describes the silliness and meaninglessness of contemporary life.
He and his devoted wife, whom he refers to as his “Olive Oil,” reside somewhere in Mexico. His biography describes his panel as having “a singular blend of weird visuals, social commentary, and clever wit.” If Salvador Dali, Harry Trudeau, and Oscar Wilde had a child out of wedlock, that would be Dan Piraro.
This collection is limited to treatment despite the fact that he has produced thousands of cartoons on a variety of topics.