Tales of Good Ol’ Snoop Doggy Dogg by J.T. Yost
I'll be honest with you: after seeing that cover and that title, this would have had to be a pretty lousy book to get me to hate it, and this is not a lousy book.Â Perhaps you could be more objective about this than me, in which case there are always openings in the (not at all) lucrative field of rambling about comics.Â Make your own website, it's easy!Â Anyway, this comic mostly has dreams involving Snoop with a few real bits thrown in. The dream stories include Snoop and J.T. on a trampoline, Snoop walking into J.T.'s store and asking about the music that's playing and J.T. signing up for a painting class taught by Snoop. The actual story involves J.T. making friends with a tough guy in his high school (?) days after finding out that they both could draw and getting introduced to Snoop's music at a party.Â There's a bit more to it than that, but hey, why give it away?Â You can tell from that cover if you're interested, although if you're not I regret your lack of appreciation in things that are fantastic.