As the sports world’s ultimate talking head, MIKE shares 25 of his all-time favorite NCAA March Madness basketball comics.
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MIKE’s clever comics capture the moments, people and expressions that comprise the glorious spring sickness known as March Madness.
You’ll laugh at the guys clad in tuxedos and bow ties getting invited to the Big Dance and at the player attempting to remove the lid from the basket with a blow torch.
You’ll recall the brilliant leadership of The Admiral and the amazing athleticism of Phi Slamma Jamma.
You’ll admire the poise of Louisville’s Never Nervous Pervis and the precociousness of Michigan’s Fab 5.
You’ll get a kick out of the nail biters in the stands and the tall guys who own the paint.
You may go mad like the Cameron Crazies or have Dickie V’s cliché laden basketball language drive you crazy.
So, before there’s no tomorrow (see Chapter 25 to learn more), enjoy the book. It’s funny and, better yet, it’s FREE!