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Frank and his friend the chicken pull a cruel prank on Hog. As Hog flees, he finds solace and comfort with a strange, sensitive, and regal man who treats him kindly. But all good things must come to an end, and all terrible things must come full circle. Let’s take a look at a small excerpt from this tale. For the horrifying conclusion, pick up Portable Frank.

Wordless, funny, poignant, terrifying, and trippy: Jim Woodring‘s “Frank” takes ‘funny animal’ cartoons to a place they’ve never been before!

Collector’s Guide:
– From Frank #1 “Gentleman Hog,” Fantagraphics Press.
By Jim Woodring.
– Reprinted in the Frank Hardcover, 354 pages collecting all the color and b&w stories.
– The easiest Frank collection to find is Portable Frank. 200 pages collect a great deal of the black and white stories.