The complete comics run of writer/cartoonist Steve Purcell's beloved cult duo, Sam & Max: Freelance Police. The recurring stories of a six-foot dog-man and "hyperkinetic rabbity thing" solving crimes, one weird as hell story at a time. With gorgeous line art, surreal comedy and a lovingly critical eye of pop culture, Sam & Max burst onto the scene with their brief comic book run, followed by their successful video games from LucasArts and TellTale Games, a short-lived Fox cartoon and an Eisner-nominated webcomic. Taken from the out-of-print "Anniversary Edition" of the original Surfin' the Highway, this book will provide the warped adventures of a cult cartoon duo. Provided are all the individual page files, containing the whole book.
Twenty years ago, Sam & Max burst onto the indie comic book scene with a daring venture to the Philippines (drawn entirely without reference) called Monkeys Violating the Heavenly Temple. Today they're the stars of an Eisner-nominated webcomic and a successful episodic game series. Sam & Max creator Steve Purcell and Telltale are celebrating these milestones with the this new edition of the Sam & Max comic book collection, Surfin' the Highway. In addition to all of the content of the 1995 original, the new edition contains 25 pages of content developed over the last two decades, bringing the page count to 197 with 45 pages in full color. The new content includes advertisements for the original Freelance Police comic book, a color version of Fair Wind to Java and recent paintings promoting Telltale's Sam & Max games and the upcoming DVD release of the Sam & Max Freelance Police animated series.