New Collection of the ‘Unshelved’ Library Comic

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By: E&P Staff

“Unshelved” cartoonists Bill Barnes and Gene Ambaum have a new book out called “Frequently Asked Questions.”

Their 2002-launched daily humor comic is set in and near a public library, with some episodes fictional and others based on real life. In fact, Ambaum is the made-up name of an actual librarian.

“Frequently Asked Questions” is the sixth “Unshelved” collection. Barnes said it includes a year’s worth of strips as well as the results of a competition in which the “Unshelved” cartoonists vied with “Sheldon” creator Dave Kellett to see who could draw funnier comics about “unfunny stuff.”

The “Unshelved” Web site can be seen here.

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