Loose Parts

Loose Parts

Loose Parts is a single panel comic strip drawn by Dave Blazek since 2001. It is similar in tone to The Far Side, drawn by Gary Larson, involving Theatre of the Absurd-style themes. Loose Parts is syndicated by Tribune Media Services and appears in newspapers across the country and overseas.


* Two Hundred Some Odd Cartoons (2006) ISBN 1588220532
* Parts of My Brain (2003) ISBN 1588221334
* Loose Upon The World

External links

* [http://www.comicspage.com/looseparts/looseparts.html at comicspage.com]

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