The Comic Book Fools of April - Kafka, Charlie Brown Style!

Every day in April I will be featuring a humorous comic (either an issue or a series of strips) that I found particularly amusing. Feel free to e-mail me at bcronin@comicbookresources.com the comic stories that are your favorites when it comes to hilarity, and I'll see if I can't feature some of them this month, as well!

Today we look at R. Sikoryak's Masterpiece Comics, where he tells a classic story from literature done in the style of a famous comic book or comic strip. Specifically, we'll take a look at Kafka's The Metamorphosis, told in the style of Charles Schulz...

The Metamorphosis is a chilling tale of a young traveling salesman named Gregor who wakes up one day to find that he has transformed into a giant insect. The rest of the story tells how this change affects the man and his family (things don't go particularly well).

Sikoryak decides to tell the story as if this was yet another problem of Good Ol' Gregor Brown...

Masterpiece Comics is filled with stories that are as brilliantly told as this one, and most of them are just as delightfully disturbingly hilarious.

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